In Italy, on the loose

By |July 4th 2018

We have looked for the most peculiar floorings. As of late, while the new trend on Instagram is to take pictures of feet over majolica or intarsia floors, we have been after the five most beautiful floorings that actually exist

Chateau d’Artigny

By |June 12th 2018

The patio of the castle overlooks a precipice, difference in height without vertigo. Start from here, from Chateau d’Artigny. The chronicles among the flowers - every rose, every mulberry tree and raspberries in the streams

Palazzo Avino

By |April 28th 2018

The walls are pink. Palazzo Avino is a hotel opened since 1997, located in Ravello, between Positano and Vietri. At the entrance a flower cart, on the piano the pink hyacinths, the Creed’s perfumes in the boutique

Relais San Maurizio

By |April 4th 2018

Perfumes are mixed in the days, before the seasons. The hills get rough, the tires climb and have fun in the Langhe. Castles, watchtowers – the Middle Ages remain fashionable

Aman Venice

By |March 17th 2018

In January there is stillness. At sunset of frost and there is silence on the Grand Canal. It seems strange. Venice in winter, without the Carnival and Christmas. The Aman Hotel has been housed in one of Venice’s historic buildings

Suvretta House

By |March 16th 2018

In Saint Moritz, behind the last hill on the water edge, the most beautiful hotel in the world appears in the midst of fir trees: Suvretta. It overlooks the Lake Silvaplana. It soars as stronghold before the Engadine villas

Portrait Firenze

By |March 2nd 2018

A hotel along the Arno overlooks the Ponte Vecchio – the Portrait of Florence. It turns to the east, in the morning the sun enters from a wide open window on the third floor room

Hotel MontChalet

By |January 13th 2018

On Monte Seceda there are secrets to discover: the botanicals. Among those of the Gin 8025, with zero sugar, there are stone and mountain pine cones. Down in the valley, in Ortisei, the last five-star Hotel MontChalet smells of stone pine

Nira Montana

By |November 24th 2017

Text Carlo Mazzoni. The valley, marked by these fortresses, was the entrance door of a land that gave birth to Italy’s Royal house. In a slope of winter shade and of summer chill, a new hotel is the destination of this journey along Aosta castles– the Nira Montana is a matter of details.