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Boutique-hotels. And great places nearby

We help you find the best boutique hotels around the world. Hotels that are so unique and beautiful that you do not want to leave your room. But still - you should! Therefore, we also help hotels guide you to the greatest places nearby - be it coffeeshops, restaurants or museums.

Here are some recommended places nearby boutique-hotels in Italy:
  • Covo Nord Est

    Special Disco Club "Covo Nord Est" is the best place to finish your crazy day in Ponza.

    From Hotel Chiaia Di Luna's guide.

  • Bar Maga Circe

    You cannot live Ponza without having taste a real special Mojito, made with homemade mint or a great Napolitan "Caffe del Professore" Espresso.

    From Hotel Chiaia Di Luna's guide.

  • Ristorante La Marina

    Amazing Spaghetti Lobster cooked by Aniello, make your holiday just unforgettable. Ask to put a table just on the rocks next to the sea and for a mirtle liquor to finish the meal.

    From Hotel Chiaia Di Luna's guide.

  • Cucina Torcicoda

    From the moment you step in the door to the final (complimentary) limoncello, the service, atmosphere, and food are remarkable, not to mention the very reasonable prices. The wines are also a very good price.

    From Firenze Number Nine Wellness Hotel's guide.

  • Mercatino di San Lorenzo

    From Piazza S. Lorenzo to Via dell'Ariento, all around the Basilica of San Lorenzo (in the very historical center of the city) you can find what may be the most important market of the city. Just walk around searching for clothing, articles in leather, souvenirs, etc. It is Closed on Sundays and Mondays.

    From Firenze Number Nine Wellness Hotel's guide.

  • Cappelle Medicee

    The Medici Chapels (Cappelle medicee) are two structures at the Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence, Italy, dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, and built as extensions to Brunelleschi's 15th-century church, with the purpose of celebrating the Medici family, patrons of the church and Grand Dukes of Tuscany. The Sagrestia Nuova, ("New Sacristy"), was designed by Michelangelo. The larger Cappella dei Principi, ("Chapel of the Princes"), though proposed in the 16th century, was not begun until the early 17th century, its design being a collaboration between the family and architects.

    From Firenze Number Nine Wellness Hotel's guide.

The average rating for these 20 Boutique hotels in Italy is 9.5 / 10

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