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Melia Genova

Melia Genova Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 99-room Melia Genova is an upmarket hotel filled with fine Italian marble, smart Art Deco touches, and modern pieces by renowned Italian artists. The hotel has an imposing facade and interiors are understatedly luxurious. Set in a quieter neighborhood away from "Old Town" Genova, the hotel is still within walking distance of many major attractions. Rooms are fresh and bright with marble bathrooms. The spa might be a little small for an upscale property -- the similarly swank Grand Hotel Savoia on the other end of town is a good alternative.

Borgo Egnazia

Borgo Egnazia Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 183-room luxury Borgo Egnezia is an uber-stylish complex built like a traditional Apulian village (with a contemporary twist). Luxury is the name of the game, and the hotel is the type of place where a celebrity guest once flew in elephants for a wedding. Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake also got married here. The hotel has a private beach, as well as a charming, rustic piazza and a chapel for destination weddings. Everything involved in construction of the hotel was made in Italy, and the three restaurants serve locally sourced cuisine. The buttery cream and beige decor, stone bathrooms, and plush canopy beds make the rooms feel like they belong in a modern day castle. Of course, the most luxe of the luxe comes at a price, and extra fees for food and service can really add up, especially for families. La Sommità Relais is a more affordable luxury property 13 miles away, though it is not quite as impressive as the Borgo Egnezia.

Chateau Monfort

Chateau Monfort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 77-room Chateau Monfort is a high-end five pearl property located just outside Milan's center. Elegant, whimsical rooms and public spaces are designed with a fairytale theme -- think blue ombre paint, shiny curtains, and a heavy hand with floral wall stencils. Bathrooms are large and airy with white fixtures and deep soaking tubs. A wine bar, lobby bar, and gourmet restaurant are convenient, and the on-site spa is a definite perk with a grotto-style swimming pool. If staying closer to the center of Milan is important, try comparing rates at UNA Maison Milano.

Boscolo Aleph

Boscolo Aleph Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 96-room Boscolo Aleph near the Piazza Barberini is both luxurious and a bit eccentric, with a playful heaven and hell theme. The underground spa has heaven-inspired decor, and is entered through the vault doors of the old bank, while public areas and restaurants are decked out in dramatic reds. Attractive rooms have Murano glass fixtures and artful black-and-white photos of Roman street life; some have terraces. The hotel definitely has a vibe more suited to adults, but the hotel does provide babysitting services. Just note that the Wi-Fi requires a code for each login, the breakfast is a bit pricey, and showers are not fully enclosed.

Lefay Resort And Spa Lago di Garda

Lefay Resort And Spa Lago di Garda Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 93-room Lefay Resort and Spa Lago di Garda is an eco-friendly luxury hotel with spectacular views at every turn, three stylish and chic pools, and an underground cave-style spa. Rooms are spacious and stylish and come with balconies and large tubs. The remote location, on a winding road, may discourage guests from venturing out, especially in evenings. A hotel closer to the lakefront, but with fewer deluxe amenities, is Villa Giuli.

Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni

Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni is a luxury property in the heart of downtown Bologna. Built in the 18th century and decorated with Baroque details and priceless paintings, the hotel attracts its share of visiting celebrities. Wi-Fi is free, but breakfast comes with a fee. The fitness center, with an array of cardio machines, has a spa with a sauna and Turkish bath. Il Carracci, one of Bologna's top restaurants, gets great reviews for service and food quality. For a less-expensive but upscale option about a 15-minute walk form the Grand Hotel Majestic, check the rates at the Hotel Porta San Mamolo.

Royal Hotel Sanremo

Royal Hotel Sanremo Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 126-room Royal Hotel Sanremo is a luxury hotel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea that dates back to 1872. The style is classically elegant with lavishly furnished rooms and plenty of old-world charm. A short walk from the town center, this property has gorgeous sea views, a big outdoor saltwater pool, and modern spa with sauna and hot tub. The hotel lacks a private beach and some rooms are in need of renovation, but there is a lovely restaurant and bar with live piano music on-site. For less extravagant old-world charm, check out the Hotel Paradiso nearby.

Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection

Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A luxurious, 72-room converted palazzo in the northern edge of Venice, Boscolo Venezia Autograph Collection is a quiet retreat from the chaotic heart of the city. The rare, private garden and spa with hot tub, sauna, and steam room are highlights. Rooms have classic decor and Venetian portraits, but upgrading to a Junior Suite gets guests more space and style -- these rooms have high ceilings and intricate crown molding. The hotel's location is far from Venice's main attractions, but it does offer free water taxi service to St. Mark's Square and Murano.

The St. Regis Rome

The St. Regis Rome Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The St. Regis Rome is a grand five-pearl hotel of the Belle Epoque era, with modern amenities. Most guests rave about the helpful concierge and butler service, and the property features include an Asian-themed spa, a fine dining restaurant offering wine cellar tastings, and formal afternoon tea service. Elegant rooms blend several historic decor styles and are adorned with lovely antiques. The hotel is within walking distance of Termini Station, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps. The Westin Excelsior, the hotel's sister property on the nearby Via Veneto, is also worth considering.

Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum

Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This abandoned nunnery, built in 1275 for a community of Benedictines, has been fully restored as a luxury hotel and spa with a sophisticated modern aesthetic throughout. The baths and spa are the main attraction, and are based around a series of pools that wend around the architectural foundations of the building. Limestone walls and columns combine with discreet LEDs and the light from ambient skylights for a truly special experience. A walled garden isolates the property from the rest of the town, while the hotel's location within Assisi means that all points of cultural interest in the city are easily accessible by foot.


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