Delphina hotels & resorts has scooped a number of top titles at the World Travel Awards, with brand manager Elena Muntoni here telling Breaking Travel News what it means to the brand
With its direct frontage on the Venetian Lagoon, the 138-key hotel is located on the island of Murano, long revered for its centuries-old tradition of glass making.
People arriving in England from Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State will be expected to self-isolate from tomorrow as the nations are removed from the UK quarantine safe list.
Hotels across Italy are facing mass cancellations after the UK was added to the Covid at-risk list. Travellers now have to either provide evidence of a negative test in the last 72 hours, or be tested on arrival.
Alongside Gruppo Statuto, the company has embarked on an extensive renovation program and plans to unveil the property as San Domenico Palace, Taormina, a Four Seasons Hotel.
Recognised as Europe’s Leading Green Resort by voters at the World Travel Awards, Breaking Travel News here speaks to Elena Muntoni, brand manager with Delphina hotels & resorts, to find out more about the Sardinian hospitality leaders
One of my happiest memories is from a vacation in Italy a few years ago. I spent two weeks traveling through the Tuscan countryside on a Vespa, stopping off in village coffee shops each day. I was living the dream, Italian style. Although I’ve forgotten the names of most of the villages I traveled through, I will never forget the anise biscotti I had in one of the cafés on the route!
Rocco Forte Hotels has signed for a new five-star hotel opening in the fashionable centre of Milan. The hotel will be the first Rocco Forte property in the Italian city and is set to welcome guests in 2023 after a full refurbishment.
Bulgari has signed an agreement for a new hotel in the centre of Rome, scheduled to open in 2022. The new Roman hotel will be strategically located in the central Piazza Augusto Imperatore.
Forte Village in Sardinia reopened to guests earlier this week with new safety protocols in place to allow guests to leave concerns about the outside world at the door. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, chats with chief executive Lorenzo Giannuzzi to find out more
Forte Village in Sardinia will reopen to guests as Italy eases out of the lockdown imposed in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. The location is considered one-of-a-kind among travel connoisseurs, offering an attractive mixture of beaches, sports facilities and fine-dining.