Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Palazzo Viviani, Italy

 

Atop a hill on the border between Italy’s Romagna and Marche regions sits Palazzo Viviani Castello di Montegridolfo, a lovingly restored medieval castle that has been converted into a romantic hotel. The palazzo has an impressive artistic pedigree and the 54 suites within its 14th-century wheat-gold walls range from lush medievalism to dark wood minimalism. Experience the striking views — order a sundown Negroni and watch the sky blush pink over the Adriatic.

The hotel’s 54 rooms are spread out among different buildings within the castle walls. Palazzo Viviani, the main body of the hotel, houses the grandest suites as well as a bar, reception rooms and one of the property's four restaurants. Flagstone floors, heavy damask curtains and antiques are the order of the day here, with the ancient walls painted in faded yellows and greens.

Visit Jetsetter for a great deal on this hotel.

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