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Verdura Golf & SPA Resort
Verdura Golf & SPA Resort
Verdura Resort is set on 230 hectares and nearly two kilometres of private Mediterranean coastline. There are three Kyle Phillips golf courses, a 60-metre infinity pool, six clay tennis courts, a world-class spa, four restaurants, five bars and much more. It’s a place where your room will seem woven subtly into the landscape. Where you’ll enjoy a true sense of space and uninterrupted views of the azure waters from your private terrace. Above all, it’s a place where you’ll discover an outstanding level of service.
Grand Hotel Et De Milan
A place rich in atmosphere, full of traces left by the passage of great personalities whose names have shaped history. Opened in 1863, the Grand Hotel et de Milan preserves all the charm of an ancient Milanese "house".
It is still nowadays the favourite hotel of big names of the world of culture, entertainment, fashion, music, national and international business. Located in the heart of the city, just a few steps from the financial district, the Scala Opera House, the Fashion district and the Duomo Cathedral, the Grand Hotel et de Milan with its bars and restaurants, gourmand enclaves of the city, is the perfect place to stay, whether for pleasure or for business.
Borgo Egnazia is like a breathing tale of Puglia, spoken by the ancient culture of the land and by the sheer beauty of its nonpareil architecture.
It happens every hour of the year: you come and live your time here, and nature is powerful, peace is intense, harmony is full. It’s a place where you meet your self. It’s Borgo Egnazia: it’s nowhere else
Monaci Delle Terre Nere
Monaci Delle Terre Nere has been built with the features of a unique country boutique hotel with design features. It has 20 rooms which are located throughout the main building, a noble dwelling of the 19th century, and the scattered Suites, surrounded by the organic farm.
It is surrounded by a Sicilian estate at the slopes of Mt. Etna, the biggest active volcano of Europe. It has the soul of a discreet and unpretentious hideaway, far from the hurly burly of urban life, in a place of special energy.
The origins of Castel Monastero are lost in the history of Medieval Tuscany. The castle is mentioned for the first time, under the name of Sarna, in 1044. Afterwards, from 1050, it is cited more and more often with the name of Monastero, in connection with nearby Berardenga Abbey.
From the early years of the 12TH century to at least the beginning of the 14th, it was home to a branch of the Berardenghi family and in 1202 it belonged to the Commune of Siena administration system.