Hotel Grotta Palazzese, one of the top hotels in the world for its location, is situated on the cliffs of Polignano, 30 kilometres from Bari.
Polignano a Mare is a delightful medieval town with narrow streets and white houses built on sheer cliffs with natural caves. The cave from which the hotel takes its name, ‘Grotto Palazzese’, is located on a promontory 24 metres above sea level, and it is here where you will dine, while watching the waves slapping against the rocks far beneath you. This extraordinary restaurant serves elegant, high-quality dishes accompanied by wonderful foreign and local wines and your meal here is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
Charming Grotta Palazzese offers tastefully decorated rooms with modern comforts and some rooms enjoy romantic views of the sea from their private balconies.
At a height of sixty metres, the 900 year old Italian tower in the city of Bologna offers spectacular views across the city and is a popular tourist attraction. But when night falls, the medieval tower transforms into a luxury suite where you can stay, with the possibility of organizing cocktail parties, musical entertainment events, gala dinners or informal meetings, guided visits, birthday parties for a limited number of people.
There is no lift though, so you have to climb 12 floors up to the top.
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Castello Di Petroia is a historic site made of several mediaeval buildings based around a 12th-century castle, set between Gubbio and Perugia. The Petroia’s 3 buildings, the Castellare Maggiore, Castellare Minore and Mastio preserve original architectural features. The castle was the birthplace of Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino in the 15th century.
The rooms feature antique furniture, exposed wood-beam ceilings and old prints or paintings from the 18th-century.