Trip to Italy, theme: Hotels
The pleasure derived from a successful stay in an Italian hotel can be a travel goal in itself.
In fact Solo in Italia knows no other country where the quality and warmth of the welcome are in such harmony with the search for maximum customer satisfaction.
Where elsewhere in the world you may feel that behind the obsequiousness of the reception and service there is a certain artificiality that comes from the application of codes taught in hotel schools and hysterized by internal control policies, in Italy none of this is the case: everything is really done to make you feel at home in a hotel, in the best possible atmosphere.
If only to test the difference with your usual hotel experiences, a trip to Italy is a must.
The methods of grading hotel quality are no different in Italy, with the difference that Italian palaces are more often than the international average located in dream locations. And generally speaking, three and four-star hotels are each in their own category at a higher average level than their French counterparts and less standardised.
Solo in Italia offers you to review more specifically three types of accommodation for which we will be pleased to show you the best in their category according to the travel destination you have chosen, if the hotel as such is not already the destination!
Palaces in Italy
There are two possibilities, either you are a regular visitor to palaces, or you want to let yourself be tempted for the first time by this experience, because the opportunity arises or you have always dreamed of it.
In any case, be aware that a stay in a palace in Italy is like no other:
For all the reasons mentioned above, the service, the beauty of the place, the search for your maximum satisfaction, but above all and essentially by the know-how of welcoming wealthy clients for sometimes more than 10 generations.
All this tradition of hospitality lost elsewhere, except perhaps Switzerland once again, resulting from the methods and rules in force since the Grand Tour in the second half of the 18th century, will give your stay a feeling of first time compared to hotels with the same classification. In a palace in Italy, in a word everything seems natural, flowing naturally, as if you had always been there or better yet, that you would stay there forever!
The sense of detail sometimes reaches the exceptional, in the decoration, the service, the good distance between your legitimate expectations and the Asian style permanent intrusion. And you will quickly get used to the fact that it will always be the same maid, the same butler who will have changed several times during the day according to the tasks to be accomplished, who is at your service.
Finally the detail that kills: the perfect English with which you will be addressed … just imagine how many Italian customers are served entirely in their own language at the Savoy, Ritz or Claridge’s?
In conclusion, Italian palace life is an experience of nostalgia for a world that is no longer … Solo in Italia can only encourage you to live it at least once to taste its flavours.
Boutique hotels in Italy
The Italians have been able, with the rise of a more demanding tourism alongside the mass tourism personified by the giant cruise ships that we propose to you to escape at each stopover, to renew their hotel offer in a very important way: alongside standard chains of a good level most of the time, a certain number of independent, modern, well-thought-out and very comfortable boutique hotels have developed in each city of attraction for very reasonable prices.
The advantage of these lies in a quality of service, starting with breakfast, well above average, a better thought out and more original comfort and the ability to give good local addresses, being most often managed by their owners.
It is also necessary to assess the positive impact of the competition that pushes each of these boutique hotels to give their best for the benefit of their customers.
Bed and Breakfast in Italy
In many of the destinations that Solo in Italia offers you, the city centres, much more than in France, are strictly forbidden to non-resident vehicles, or even to all car traffic. Therefore, an excellent way to reside in city centres is to stay in Bed and Breakfast, since hotels, which are by nature larger, are often pushed to the outskirts of these most pleasant historical districts where everything is done on foot.
And Solo in Italia has made a speciality of listing by destination, the most pleasant, the most surprising (have you ever slept in a room with an intact 17th century fresco above your bed?), the most comfortable, the most silent Bed and Breakfast in Italian cities.
Here too you will find the invariants of the accommodation: quality breakfast and a sense of welcome and good addresses always available.
And don’t worry, the owners always offer you the possibility to unload the luggage in front of their B and B, and tell you where to park the car that you will not take it back except to load the luggage again: everywhere the system is very well tested.
BandB is undoubtedly in the era of “slow tourism” that Solo in Italia advocates and wishes to embody an excellent solution for accommodation in the cities you have chosen to visit.
Our travel themes in Italy
Let yourself be guided or let yourself be tempted by our different themes: the choice is immense and whatever happens your trip will be unique … the only thing that can happen to you is to regret not having stayed long enough, but rest assured, with Solo In Italia you will come back!