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The 2024 hot list: the 12 best new hotels in Italy

The list of all-new 2024 hotels in Italy

Do you want to know where to book a stay in Italy, right now? Hotel aficionados want to know what’s new, what’s popular and where to go – and with a slew of highly anticipated debuts, there are more hotels to explore than ever before. We maintain a current list of all new hotels along the Mediterranean that are set to open in 2024, conveniently divided down month by month so you can see exactly when they opened. Here is the complete guide to Italy’s newest, best and buzziest hotels, inns and guesthouses.

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July

Borgo Dei Conti Monte Petriolo Umbria Italy hotel review

19/7

Borgo Dei Conti

Borgo Dei Conti
Strada Montepetriolo 26
Monte Petriolo
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Borgo Dei Conti
Interno Marche Tolentino Marche Italy hotel review
Interno Marche Tolentino Marche Italy hotel review

1/7

Interno Marche

Interno Marche, set in Tolentino’s heartland in the Marche region of Italy, transforms an Art Nouveau villa into a shrine of Italian design, celebrating Franco Moschini’s legacy, the visionary behind Poltrona Frau’s global acclaim. This unique hotel, where history melds with innovation, features over 400 iconic pieces from design legends like Michele De Lucchi and Gae Aulenti across 25 rooms and 5 suites, each narrating a design epoch. Amenities include a bespoke restaurant, a spa, and a gym, making it a living museum dedicated to Italian design’s evolution. Interno Marche offers an immersive experience, encapsulating 60 years of design in an architectural gem, showcasing the brilliance that has propelled Italian design to the world stage.

Interno Marche
Viale Cesare Battisti
Tolentino
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Serena Eller and Interno Marche

May

Romazzino Arzachena Sardinia Italy hotel review

30/5

Romazzino

Nostalgia! Romazzino, reborn in 2024 after an extensive refurbishment by the Belmond hotel group, stands as a beacon of luxury on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda. Originating from the vision of the Aga Khan IV in 1964, the hotel embodies the Italian concept of villeggiatura, offering a serene retreat from city life. The resort showcases the iconic architecture of Michele Busiri Vici, featuring natural stucco curves and terracotta tiles that harmonise with the picturesque landscape. Guests can unwind in soothing rooms and suites, take in the stunning views of white sand beaches and emerald waters and enjoy on-site facilities like tennis courts and swimming pools. The culinary journey at Romazzino is a highlight, with an array of dining options that include classic aperitivo and seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, encapsulating the essence of la dolce vita.

Romazzino
Via Romazzino, 4
Arzachena
Sardinia
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Romazzino
Borgo Tre Torri del Benaco Veneto Italy hotel review

1/5

Borgo Tre

Borgo Tre is an 18th-century farmhouse reimagined as a luxury retreat near Lake Garda. This exclusive hideaway offers six spacious, apartment-style suites, each over 80 square metres and featuring private gardens or terraces. The property‘s style, crafted by local artisans, showcases natural materials like wood, glass and stone, creating a serene ambience. Guests can indulge in wellness at the Nature mini-SPA, complete with a heated outdoor pool, relaxation area, yoga terrace and Finnish sauna. Borgo Tre is committed to sustainability, ensuring its operations protect the local environment and heritage, offering a perfect blend of luxury, tranquillity and eco-consciousness.

Borgo Tre
Rosone di sopra, 3
Torri del Benaco
Italy

Photography courtesy of Georg Roske
Casa Monti Rome Lazio Italy hotel review

1/5

Casa Monti

Casa Monti, in Rome‘s vibrant Monti district, is a celebration of artistic expression and Italian sprezzatura. Designed by the ‘queen of colour‘, interior designer Laura Gonzalez, the hotel features an 18th-century façade that echoes the area‘s noble past. Its 26 rooms and 10 suites are canvases of creativity, adorned with antiques, Italian craftsmanship and commissioned artworks, all reflecting Rome‘s artistic legacy. The hotel‘s restaurant reimagines traditional Italian trattorias, extending from a historic façade to a terrace and vibrant patio with a fountain. A bar-café, featuring travertine tiled floors and neutral tones, complements the rooftop terrace, offering panoramic views of Rome. The Susanne Kaufmann spa, two floors below, is a haven of tranquillity, providing guests a unique Roman experience.

Casa Monti​
Via Panispera
Rome
Italy

Photography courtesy of Casa Monti​

April

24/4

Hotel Le Dune Piscinas

Hotel Le Dune Piscinas
Via Bau, 1
Ingurtosu
Sardinia
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Hotel Le Dune Piscinas

17/4

Urbanauts Beletages Sonata

Urbanauts Beletages Sonata, located in the bustling centre of Trieste, offers a contemporary stay with a historical touch. This property features five well-designed apartments ranging from 25 to 35 square metres. Each apartment is furnished with kitchenettes. The building itself showcases the classic Italian ‘Piano Nobile’ style, presenting a grand architectural experience. Digital codes allow guests 24/7 access, ensuring a smooth and efficient check-in process. For dining, we love how guests can explore local spots as Urbanauts collaborates with nearby bars and restaurants. Set in the heart of Trieste, this venue offers a slice of city life within the broader context of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.

Urbanauts Beletages Sonata
15 Via Fabio Filzi Piano 2
Trieste
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Roberto Pastrovicchio and Urbanauts

March

Vocabolo Moscatelli Umbertide Umbria Italy hotel review
Vocabolo Moscatelli Umbertide Umbria Italy hotel review

29/3

Vocabolo Moscatelli

Located in Italy’s verdant Umbria region, Vocabolo Moscatelli emerges from a 12th-century monastery, transformed by Florence studio Archiloop into a serene hotel. This architectural marvel, discovered by Frederik Kubierschky and Catharina Lütjens, weaves history with modern elegance, retaining wooden floors, terracotta bricks and exposed beams, infused with brass, iron and stone accents. The estate, designed with contributions from local artisans, including stonemasons and ceramicists, celebrates rustic simplicity. It houses a travertine swimming pool, blending seamlessly with its woodland surrounds, courtesy of landscaper Fabiano Crociani. Inside, 12 unique suites offer a monastic chic ambience, with bespoke furnishings from Italian maestros like Paola Lenti and lighting by Davide Groppi.

Vocabolo Moscatelli
Via del Refari 2 Calzolaro di
Umbertide
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Vocabolo Moscatelli
Villa San Luigi Buoconvento Tuscany Italy hotel review

1/3

Villa San Luigi

Villa San Luigi​
Loc. Castelnuovo Tancredi
Buonconvento
Italy

Photography courtesy of Villa San Luigi​

January

Palazzo Roma Rome Lazio Italy hotel review

9/1

Palazzo Roma

Palazzo Roma, set on Rome’s Via Del Corso, reimagines luxury hospitality with its blend of historical grandeur and contemporary flair. Architect Giampiero Panepinto skillfully merges the past with the present, preserving original frescoes and wood panelling. Each of the 39 rooms and suites uniquely showcases different marble designs, celebrating artistic diversity. The hotel’s culinary offerings, led by Executive Chef Federico Sartucci, are a testament to innovation, intertwining Roman traditions with global influences. In the lobby, the Sala della Musica, once a grand ballroom, now hosts a homage to musical legends, while the adjoining bar offers an elegant retreat for signature drinks​​​​.

Palazzo Roma
Via del Corso, 337
Rome
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Palazzo Roma
Max Brown Missori Milan Lombardy Italy hotel review
Max Brown Missori Milan Lombardy Italy hotel review

1/1

Max Brown Missori

Max Brown Missori in Milan is a harmonious blend of style and comfort, located near the iconic Duomo and surrounded by Milan’s rich history and culture. The hotel features 64 bright rooms, each offering a unique combination of cosiness and elegance. Guests can unwind in rooms equipped with Max Brown’s signature heavenly beds, Smeg appliances and Crosley record players, all contributing to a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere. The hotel’s charm extends to its beautifully restored bar, where guests can enjoy classic cocktails and freshly brewed coffee.

Max Brown Missori
Via Lentasio, 3
Milan
Italy

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Photography courtesy of Max Brown Missori

1/1

Numeroventi Offsite c/o Bardi

Numeroventi Offsite c/o Bardi
Palazzo Bardi
Florence
Italy

Photography courtesy of Marina Denisova and Numeroventi

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