Hotels in Italy that you can book today

These are the hotels you can book today for an unforgettable trip to Italy

J.K. Place, Capri

Overlooking the gulf of Naples with a five star rating backdrop is Capri’s J.K Place Hotel, a white washed villa with one of the most refined interiors in the hotel industry. This resort hotel echoes the style and the concept of a luxury house, with a nautical ship-like element to it – a prevalence of whites, blues and yellows are used to decorate this sensational mansion. The J.K Place Capri, is open since the 12th May.

J.K. Place, Roma

he Hotel represents the essence of the J.K. Place DNA, and that is to evoke both and elegant and homily feeling across its properties. The man behind its interior is architect Michele Bönan, who has maintained a unanimous approach to the design throughout all J.K. Place Properties. The restaurant, led by Executive Chef Michele Ferrara offers a contemporary approach on traditional, Italian cuisine that is to be combined with the hotels extensive selection of wine or, signature drinks shaken up by Bartender Antonio Napolitano. The hotel is now officially open to its guests.

Borgo Egnazia, Puglia

The 12th May, Borgo Egnazia reopened its doors to guests and narrate the beauty of the Apulian region through the experiences it has to offer. In fact, The Apulian tradition is seated in every corner, and the closer you get to admire it, the more you become part of it.

Reschio, Umbria

Hotel Castello di Reschio is an ancient estate large 1,500 hectares combining wild Umbrian countryside with effortless Italian style. The hotel, housed within an antique castle dating back to 1050 is finally ready to open its doors on May 13th.

FORESTIS Dolomites

From May 13th, the FORESTIS luxury retreat in the Dolomites in South Tyrol opens up to guests for the spring/summer season. At a height of 1,800 meters, the 62 roomed FORESTIS is the ideal spot to find serenity, surrounded by nothing but the woods.

Masseria Torre Maizza, Puglia 

Masseria Torre Maizza is part of the Rocco Forte Hotel group with its location in Puglia. It has announced the reopening on May 13th, with a strong connection to the environment: this year it is offering its guests a walking experience through the botanical garden “La Lama degli Ulivi”, a garden containing 2.000 plant species.

Verdura Resort, Sicily

The Verdura resort in Sicily, part of the Rocco Forte Hotel group is reopening on May 13th and this year it has become an ambassador of sustainable tourism thanks to its recent partnership with Treedom. In fact, 480 new trees were added to the olive, orange, almond, prickly pear, pomegranate and lemon trees that already made up the resort’s orchard, making a total of 7,700 plants that populate the “Foresta Verdura Resort”.

Hotel Savoy, Florence

The Rocco Forte Hotel: Hotel Savoy, in Florence has announced its seasonal reopening on May 13th. It is located in the heart of the city on Piazza della Repubblica, and aligned with the traditions of Florence, Hotel Savoy has added a dedicated experience for its guests: an exclusive tour in the footsteps of Dante Alighieri to celebrate the 700th anniversary of his death.

Borgo Santo Pietro, Tuscany

Borgo Santo Pietro has opened up for the season with a series of daily and weekly retreats for guests to slowly resume travel and begin to truly appreciate the beauty of mother nature. Although the concept of slow living has been around Borgo Santo Pietro for over 20 years, these retreats have been created to meet all the requirements of the guests.

Roccafiore Wine Resort & SPA, Umbria

Roccafiore Wine Resort & SPA, a natural oasis nestled among the Umbrian countryside is ready to open on the 15th May. The wine chalet spreads over 90 hectares of land and is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves.

Su Gologone, Sardegna

Su Gologone, located in the heart of Supramonte, in Sardinia, launches the summer season. Every room, every suite, every terrace, every corner of the Su Gologone is a discovery of the Sardinian modern and contemporary art collection; cushions, tapestries, paintings, sculptures by the greatest Sardinian artists guide guests around the hotel. One of the best aspects of Su Gologone is the ‘Botteghe Su Gologone’, a colourful room with a terrace that this year will house various creative courses in ceramics, mosaic, raku, loom and embroidery held by master potters and by specialists in the art of mosaic.

Punta Tragara, Capri

Punta Tragara is a luxury hotel situated on the island of Capri and is extremely well known for its breathtaking views of the Faraglioni. This month, the hotel finally reopened its doors for the season with an exciting addition to it’s culinary scene: the Michelin starred restaurant Le Monzù directed by Chef Luigi Lionetti has three new tasting menus: a four-course, a six-course and a nine course, with the latter being a secret menu that will only be revealed at the end of the meal. Furthermore,