Italy is highly connected to Europe (and, by extension, the rest of the world) via all kinds of road, rail and air links, so visitors can be sure their ALL luxury resort is within easy reach. It is easy to get around via either public transport or independently in your own or a rented car. If you choose the latter option, your ALL boutique resort may well have private parking. Alternatively, several ALL hotels have airport shuttles, including the Borgobianco Resort & Spa Polignano – MGallery Collection and the Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna, so you, your guests and your luggage are whisked from the departure gate straight to your front door.
Our luxury resorts in Italy
Explore our resorts in Italy
Beautiful Italy has some of ALL’s most authentic luxury resorts, for holidays as relaxing and indulgent as they are culturally enriching and stimulating.
From exceptional food to beautiful landscapes, fun nightlife to family-friendly resorts, there is every reason to visit Italy not just once but time and time again. Italian gastronomy is one of the best in the world so it would be a shame to miss out on the Dolce Vita experience only the Italian way of life can provide. As well as unparalleled historic sites, Italy is home to several visually stunning ALL spa resorts, each of which provides the perfect base for exploring everything Europe’s most vibrant country has to offer.
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Frequently asked questions
Once you are ensconced in your ALL wellness resort, it is time to explore the endless historic, natural and urban riches Italy has to offer. You will find a real array of things to do for the whole family near your base (including beautiful beaches if you select a beachfront resort) – but bear in mind the many options available to you in the resort itself. Consider the Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna, for example. There are, in addition to pools, a nightclub and children’s clubs, a host of activities such as quad biking, sailing, scuba diving, wind surfing and golf.
When it comes to dining, Italy simply has an embarrassment of riches. Italian cuisine has conquered the world, but it is, of course, at its best, most authentic and most varied here. In fact, every region of Italy has a whole food culture of its own, so make sure you explore all the local restaurants, cafes and pizzerias near your wellness resort. You will, however, also want to dine at the restaurant in your ALL luxury resort, because each one prides itself on its quality. The Borgobianco Resort & Spa Polignano – MGallery Collection, for instance, has White, which serves Mediterranean and Puglian dishes in the refined atmosphere of its sea-view terrace.is is answer2
ALL’s spa resorts in Italy have also won plaudits for their stylish yet sumptuous relaxation facilities. In the land of la dolce vita, the Hotel Capovaticano - MGallery Hotel Collection is home to the luminous and blissful Thalasso Spa. This vast wellness resort sits on the immaculate white beaches of the Costa degli Dei, looking out over Stromboli and the Aeolian Islands, and it has certainly absorbed the spirit of this peaceful natural location. On the other hand, the spa at the Mercure Petriolo Siena Terme Spa is nestled among rolling Tuscan hills, but similarly offers the latest treatments in a relaxing and modern setting.
ALL’s luxury resorts in Italy are in many ways year-round destinations because the local climate is generally mild. That said, you may time your visit depending on whether you want to be there when the tourist season is at its peak, or you would prefer to experience a slightly quieter Italy. July and August are peak season and a great time to soak in plenty of Mediterranean sun. The preceding and following months can also be pleasantly warm and a great time to experience authentic Italian cultural events. Winter also brings with it lots of Christmas celebrations, but be aware that some tourist sites and resorts close at low season.