Luxury hotel openings in Italy you’ll want to book for 2023

If you haven’t returned to Italy after the pandemic, the opening of these exciting luxury hotels is sure to entice you Elle Bell Bess in 2023.

This year will see new boutique hotels emerge, chains expanding portfolios and major renovations to long-time favorites.

From a medieval palace in Florence to a dreamy resort on the island of Capri, here is where you should stay during your Italy vacation in 2023.

Enjoy a stay in a 13th-century palace in Florence

The elegant, boutique Palazzo Portinari Salviati has just opened in Florence with 13 guest rooms.

The hotel is housed in a medieval mansion filled with original frescoes, elegant carvings and antique paintings.

Named after the noble families that once resided in the palace, the building has been carefully restored to extol its historical beauty and long heritage.

The lavish guest rooms feature Carrara and Azul marble bathtubs.

Guests can turn to the elegant Art Deco bar for elegant cocktails and exquisitely tasty snacks, followed by dinner in the fine dining Chic Nonna or the more casual Salotto Portinari Bistrot.

Relax with Roman-inspired spa treatments in Rome

Anantara Palazzo Naiadi is set in a former government building and hotel in the heart of the Italian capital.

This is the first European opening for the Anantara brand. The hotel’s elegant rooms feature modern art, marble bathrooms, and Italian designer furniture.

From the basement, guests can view the ruins of the ancient thermal baths of Diocletian under the glass floor.

If the view tempts you into needing your own luxury spa experience, the hotel offers Roman-inspired treatments.

Soak up the sun with a stylish stay in Capri

This spring, the Oetker Collection will revive the iconic La Palma Hotel on the quaint island of Capri.

The hotel has taken on a legendary feel, one being an elegant hotel for the up-and-coming who descend every season to the holiday region of Southern Italy.

Built in 1822, the building is a stone’s throw from the famous Piazzetta whose outdoor caf├ęs fill up with cool vacationers as the sun goes down.

The newly renovated La Palma will offer guests an elegant rooftop restaurant and bar, 50 guestrooms with private terraces or balconies, and an elegant pool and spa.

Guests can also use the dreamy Da Gioia Beach Club where you can sunbathe in style by day and join exclusive parties by night.

Sleep in 5-star luxury on Lake Como

Located on the shores of Italy’s most enchanting lake, Passalacqua is a sister property to the Grand Hotel Tremezzo.

The luxurious mansion surrounded by lush gardens is a historic home dating back to the 18th century.

Now converted into a luxury hotel, it has 24 unique suites inside and a rose garden and orchard in the grounds.

There is also a private dock where guests can take a cruise on the lake in an antique boat.

Get comfortable in a medieval monastery in Umbria

Nestled in the green Umbrian hills, Vocabolo Moscatelli is set within a restored 12th-century convent.

The property has original features such as beamed ceilings, large stone fireplaces and exposed stone walls.

Outside, umbrella-covered tables are arranged around a bubbling fountain while a 19th-century church turned party venue.

Residency at a seminary in Milan

The latest opening of the Lungarno Collection is housed in one of the oldest seminaries in Europe.

Portrait Milano is located in the heart of Milan’s posh fashion district and the five-star hotel is suitably elegant.

The pool and wellness area under an ancient vaulted ceiling are particularly striking.

The contemporary building has 73 rooms and is a stone’s throw from popular attractions such as the Duomo and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

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