Wi-Fi (public areas only), air-conditioning, outside restaurant, swimming pool, gardens, private beach.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a “luxuriously secluded” setting alongside this lively fishing village, this 17th-century palazzo was built by the family of the Principe di Belmonte as a hunting lodge: the current Principe still lives in one wing. Now a hotel with old world faded elegance and charm, it stands in a peaceful garden with hibiscus, oleander, roses, jasmine and bougainvillaea and a freshwater swimming pool where lunches are served. A door leads to the private beach. Some suites have a vaulted ceiling, some a private terrace, some face the gardens. “Ours in a more modern building,” says a nominator, “had a superb sea view.” Mediterranean cuisine is served by torchlight on a terrace (no inside area). Or you can eat agreeably, and more cheaply, in the village. Breakfast is basic. Dress is “informal at all times”, says the website.