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Bose short lists some of Italy's best hotels, in other words some of the best hotels in the world. I'd love to try them all.

Best Hotels In Italy
By: Arvind Bose

There's something about Italy which cannot be described in words and sketched in your imagination. No book, no well-researched article and not even a full documented program on the Travel & Living channel can do the justice to the beauty of Italy. One has to actually fly off to Italy to gasp at its splendors and spectacular views. No wonder, the Italian wedding of Tom Cruise and George Clooney's eye-popping villa in Italy, justifies that this European country can make tourists go weak in their knees. Popular Italian cities like Venice, Florence, Rome and Tuscany offer spectrum of attractions. Being one of the world's most sought after tourist destinations, Italy welcomes flurry of tourists every year in its best hotels.

The best hotels in Italy offer premium accommodation to the enthusiastic travelers and make their travel trip in Italy a pleasant experience. We have short listed some of the best hotels in Italy.

Grand Hotel Atlantis Bay
Taormina, Sicily, Italy
The Grand Hotel Atlantis Bay was built in 1960 and recently went under the renovation to match up the classic luxury standards. There are in total 8 suites and all the rooms are fully furnished and spangled with necessary amenities to make the guest's stay comfortable and luxurious. Air-conditioned rooms, mini-bar, color TV with satellite, hair dryer, wi-fi, hotel bar, discreet cocktails and musical notes played by the pianist at the background are some of the comforting amenities that guests can always look forward to enjoying here.

Aldrovandi Palace 5 stars luxury
Rome, Italy
Located in the historic area of the historic Rome, between the Villa Borghese Gardens and the Borghese Gallery, the Aldrovandi Palace Hotel is a graceful 19th century residence which is a privately managed grand hotel. Furnished in accordance with the 19th century splendor, the hotel features authentic pieces of antique furniture and luxurious fabrics. Rooms are air conditioned with needful amenities and give delightful views. The hotel boasts eight magnificent conference and banquet halls for its business travelers.

Grand Hotel in Capri, Italy travel

The Isle of Capri, as good as it gets.

Hotel Splendide Royal Rome
Rome, Italy
Luxurious, regal and colossal defines the worth of Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome. It is a luxury five-star hotel, which was a 19th century palace remodeled into a luxury hotel. Spacious architecture, richness in style, immaculate interiors and world-class amenities adds a lot of grandeur to this hotel's name, which convinces travelers to opt this place for their stay. The hotel offers premium accommodation in its 52 rooms including 17 suites.

Villa La Massa
Florence-Candeli, FIorence, Italy
Step into the fascinating 16th century's Medicean Villa La Massa and you know premium luxury awaits you. The Villa La Massa was turned into a luxury hotel in 1948 and offers lodging space in its 37 rooms including 10 suites to repose and retreat.

Grand Hotel Quisisana
Capri (Napoli)
The Grand Hotel Quisisana is a five star luxury and with its top-notch facilities, it joins the list of best hotels in Italy. Originally a sanatorium built in 1845 by Scottish doctor George Clark the Quisisana is a symbol of Capri and has total 150 rooms, including suites and junior suites. The hotel's facilities include a gym, massage, sauna, Turkish and whirlpool baths, open-air pool, a cozy indoor one, and two tennis courts.

About the Author:
Arvind Bose writes about the most exotic travel places as a hobby and also shares his experiences as he goes traveling around the world. Explore more about this article at the Best Hotels in Italy and more details at Europe Hotels

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