Small Luxury Hotels of the World adds European members

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has added three European hotels to its portfolio.

Hotel Das Tyrol in Vienna, Austria; Il Salviatino in Florence, Italy; and Hotel De’ Ricci in Rome, Italy have all been accepted into the members club for luxury, boutique properties.

Situated along Vienna’s longest pedestrian street, Mariahilfer Strasse, the Austrian property boasts 30 rooms and an impressive collection of original Viennese and contemporary international artworks. SLH recommends guests head to the spa which features a huge saltwater aquarium with tropical fish. 

A restored 15th-century villa, the 44-key Florence property (pictured) is tucked away among 12.5 acres of Tuscan countryside and features a double-tiered swimming pool, spa, library and restaurant offering local, seasonal food. The hotel can also organise bespoke excursions, including truffle hunts in the property's secret backyard forest.

With just eight rooms, SLH’s newest hotel in Rome is the smallest addition to the club. 

Centrally located nearby major landmarks like the Colosseum and Vatican City, this vintage hotel has professional sommeliers on its staff and a well-stocked wine cellar.

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