Italy’s best boutique hotels: in one handy guide

Buy Italy hotel guide: Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection – Italy

It’s amore: Mr & Mrs Smith’s love affair with Italy is official (ok, that by itself isn’t really ‘news’, but read on…). Our latest (and, may we modestly suggest, greatest) hotel guidebook brings you 32 hand-picked hotels in Italy, including traditional Puglian trulli, gorgeous guesthouses, spectacular lakeside villas, wonderful farmhouses and dazzling city-centre palazzos.

Best hotels in Italy – Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection: ItalyAs ever, we show you the way to live like a local – a local who knows how and where to have a good time – taking you truffle-hunting in Umbria, olive-oil tasting in Sicily and gallery-hopping in Florence. We even sum up opera’s most challenging libretti, outline the Renaissance in chart form, and pair pasta shapes with suitable sauces, all to give you the insider low-down.

Wanting to share full and frank need-to-know details, we dispatched super-sharp tastemakers from our international panel of reviewers to visit anonymously and report back. (We hate to name-drop, darling, but Mary Portas, Rufus Hound, Immodesty Blaize, Erdem, Stefano Manfredi, Martha Freud, Stephen Bayley and other Italophiles have all checked in as Mr & Mrs Smiths in order to test the beds and tell the tales.)

New Italy hotel guide – Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection: Italy

So, pull up a chair, pop open the prosecco, and join us on an expertly guided tour of the best boutique hotels in Italy’s big boot…

Visit the Smith gift shop to order your copy, or check out all our great-looking hotel guides, CDs to soundtrack your stays, ‘Get a Room!’ gift vouchers, and more. Smith members can buy the book at the special price of just £15.95.

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As well as wordsmithing online, in print, in the press and for Smith TV, Lucy Fennings has been a driving force in making the Smith Travel Blog an award-winner. Mr & Mrs Smith's Group Editor cut her travel teeth early; as daughter of a hotel PR, she visited far-flung flophouses from French châteaux to Ethiopian tukuls. After a year in Dubai (working on Emirates Woman magazine and enjoying the kind of dives that require a wetsuit), Lucy went to Glasgow University to study art, literature and whisky. A stint as production editor at Legalease publishing was spent discovering how to be creative with copy about tax, followed quickly by a stint discovering more interesting things across south-east Asia. When Mr & Mrs Smith found her, Lucy was at Harper’s Bazaar, keeping her finger on fashion’s pulse and sharpening her editorial knife on hapless hotel PR copy.

There are 3 comments for this article
  1. Diana Smith at 8:43 am

    I used to travel very much for my office work.so thanks for tell me the Italy’s best boutique hotels.If you have another Guide for London and Germany please share with us.

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