Top 5 Most Expensive Hotels in Italy

Italy most expensive hotels

So you want to spend your vacation in Italy and you are sparing no expense for your stay?

After you have spent your time in one of this luxury accomodations we bet you will never forget your time in Italy.

Let’s start and be sure to share your experience with us in the comments below.

 

Doge Dandolo Suite, Hotel Danieli in Venice: € 10200

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This suite is dedicated to Doge Enrico Dandolo, 41st Doge of the Most Serene Venetian Republic. The Serenissima extended into what is now northeastern Italy.

The suite interior, renovated in 2012 by Pierre Yves Rochon, is furnished with precious antiques, gilded mirrors and original portraits of Venice’s ruling doges by 19th century Venetian artist Ermolao Paoletti.

Two Murano glass chandeliers help to create the perfect ambiance in which you can experience to be a 12th-century, Venetian ruler, with your private balconies overlooking Riva degli Schiavoni, the Grand Canal and the Venice lagoon panorama.

 

Presidential Da Vinci Suite, The St. Regis Hotel in Florence: € 15000

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Named after the world famous Leonardo and located in a prestigious Renaissance Palace, this suite interior is decorated in Medici style.

Enjoy the spectacular view from your own private balcony terrace overlooking the Arno river, Ponte Vecchio and the famous Florentine dome, simply one of the most famous wonders of Italy.

A masterpiece of exclusive living, elegance and luxury on 200 sqm including kitchenette, private bar, guest bathroom, large dressing room and dining table for up to 8 guests and a personal butler.

 

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Presidential Suite, Cala di Volpe Luxury Collection Hotel in Costa Smeralda: € 17000

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Experience a whole new level of elegance and luxury in this 500 sqm Presidential Suite and its 250 sqm of rooftop terrace with private pool.

The glorious colors of the ocean and the coastline are reflected in the furniture, hand-painted tables and armoires, ceramic tiled floors and arched window frames.

The suite exquisite décor captures the romance of Sardinia’s history and celebrated artistry, while stunning views open to the beauty of the Costa Smeralda coastline, breathtaking pride of Italy.

 

Katara Suite, Excelsior Hotel Gallia in Milan: € 20000

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Measuring 1000 sqm and overlooking the beautiful square of Milano Centrale, Katara is one of the largest presidential suites in Italy.

Situated on the seventh floor, the Katara Suite represents the quintessence of opulent luxury with two terraces, four bedrooms including 2 kids rooms and a princess suite, a private spa and a private meeting room.

The suite is furnished with B&B Italia design furniture, Limoges porcelain, french crystal and benefits from personal butler and Maserati car service for your transport.

 

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Villa La Cupola, The Westin Excelsior Hotel in Rome: starting from € 21000

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Located on the fifth and sixth floor underneath the 40 feet high cupola of the Westin Excelsior Hotel, Villa La Cupola is the biggest suite in Italy, 2 floors and more than 1100 sqm. It also has 7 private terrace overlooking Via Veneto. 

The suite features all the luxury and Roman excess you can imagine, from mosaic floors, vaulted ceilings with Murano glass chandeliers and frescoes to a wine cellar, Pompeii-style Jacuzzi pool and a private cinema with Dolby surround sound.

The cupola itself is entirely hand-frescoed and the stained glass windows in the living room detail allegories of mythological figures paired with a modern ones, such as Hermes and Marketing, Atlas and Television and others.

Oh, and you got two free bottles of mineral water every day!

Now that’s living La Dolce Vita.

 

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