Accommodations in Italy
Visiting Italy means you’ll have a wide range of lodging options available to you. From basic hostels to luxury five-star hotels, this country has everything. However, you don’t have to sleep on bunk beds or shill out hundreds of euros to enjoy Italy. There are a few great options that won’t cost you an arm and a leg hidden away among the historic villages. Take a look at of our fantastic accommodations in Italy.
Our Favorite Places to Stay in Italy
When choosing a place to stay in Italy, we opt for unique and local, rather than name brand luxury chains. Take a look at Our Favorite Places to Stay in Italy before planning your next trip.
Staying in an Italian Wash House
On our first night of our road trip to Italy’s heel, we stayed at the incredible Il Lavatoio in Castel di Sangro. Read about our historic lodging experience by clicking on: Staying in an Italian Wash House.
Romantic Relaxation in Tuscany
When Alan and I stepped through the nondescript entry to Sovana Hotel and Resort in southern Tuscany, we discovered a lobby that felt as if we were in an ancient Etruscan wine cellar. Read more by clicking on Romantic Relaxation in Tuscany.
La Tavola Rotonda: My Italian Castle
La Tavola Rotonda sits next to a busy road in the small village of Chiavenna Landi in the Italian municipality of Cortemaggiore and if I had my way, it would be all mine. Read about our stay by clicking on La Tavola Rotonda: My Italian Castle.
Looking for some more Boomer travel ideas to inspire your next trip to Italy? Check out our Italy Travel Planning Resource page for recommended travel resources and gear.