Beautiful Places – Travel Magazine Italy
Feel and discover Italy by yourself. These 3 sublime and intimate places to stay showcase the best of Italy in three very different settings; Lake Como, Rome and Capri.
At the Lake On the banks of Italy’s Lake Como, set into an extensive, quiet lawn, lies the CastaDiva Resort with its trendy lodging in a number of distinctive mansions with labels inspired by operatic singers. Opening in May 2010, CastaDiva’s showpiece will be the 18th-century Villa Roccabruna, the one-time place of dwelling of opera singer and Bellini muse Giuditta Pasta. Once this majestic resort opens in May 2010, vacationers will have the chance to be inspired by and experience this scenic and wonderful place.
From a majestic pool perched right over the lake, to charming garden paths winding past little brooks, as well as a health spa evoking the elements of water, earth, fire and air, CastaDiva provides global- elegance renewal for a privileged few. The spa’s relaxation house, housed inside a historic nineteenth-century port, include chaise lounges positioned dramatically on a glass floor suspended above the water. Each night, a dancing fountain enchants guests through a display of lighting and water choreographed to Italian arias.
Just past the hotel, visitors will find endless diversions: seven golf courses, mountaineering, and watersports starting from diving to boating. Captivating villages alongside Lake Como beckon guests to explore streets steeped in tradition and culture.
In the Town Within the heart of historical Rome, the elegant Lodge Gladiatori Palazzo Manfredi welcomes guests with original Italian kindness as well as an incomparable consideration to detail. Its sixteen visitor accommodations are fashionable and luxurious, with windows and a rooftop lawn terrace that reveal magnificent perspectives of the Colosseum, Imperial Forum as well as the Domus.
Guests can choose to explore the city by means of the lodge’s swish Lamborghini Gallardo, available for day by day rental, or just walk the marvelous Via dei Fori Imperiali to sights ranging from the Piazza Venezia and Quirinale Palace to the Trevi Fountain and Via Condotti, Rome’s most unique and stylish shopping street.
At the Shore Carved from a cliff’s edge on the island of Capri, overlooking the waters of Marina Piccola and its dramatic Faraglioni rock formation, the Lodge Punta Tragara caters to a select few guests with unequaled warmth plus unforgettable views.
This hotel by the cliff designed by Le Corbusier in 1920, was a personal villa, built with forty four suites and rooms all unique from each other. All rooms are built with private balconies so that guests could enjoy the cliffside view appearing the gorgeous bay from different angles from each room.
Guests could experience two seawater swimming pools, indulge in a pampering treatment at the luxurious new UNICA Beauty & Health spa, and dine on inspired Mediterranean classics via candlelight at the Monzu Restaurant – each and every vantage point offering yet another picture- perfect view.
Perched over the captivating town of Marina Piccola, the Hotel Punta Tragara offers direct entry to the sea and to two of Capri’s most exclusive Beach Clubs. It is only minutes from the bustling Piazzetta, the top shopping boulevard of Via Camerelle, and the scenic Via Tragara, one of the most beautiful walks on Capri.
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