Utopian Hotel Collection signs three luxury Italian hotels

Utopian Hotel Collection has added three luxury hotels in Italy to its portfolio.

The independent luxury hotel specialists already have properties in Puglia and Florence and hope Principe Forte Dei Marmi in Tuscany, Punta Tragara on Capri and Palazzo Manfredi in Rome will further cement their presence in the region.

The newly-signed hotels are said to lend themselves to the recently-launched Utopian brand by offering high-end experiences in unique locations.

Principe Forte Dei Marmi, for example, resides in the small seaside town of Forte dei Marmi, where guests are encouraged to utilise the property’s yacht charter service to reach nearby Cinque Terre, Portofino and Elba.

One of the newest hotels in the area, it offers 28 rooms and 15 suites furnished by famed Italian designers Armani/Casa, Flexform, Maxalto and B&B Italia. 

Perched high on a Capri clifftop, Punta Tragara also provides stretching sea views – as well as a rich history spanning nearly 100 years. 

The property was built in 1920 and was the American Command headquarters during World War II, playing host to General Eisenhower and Sir Winston Churchill.

The villa was transformed into a hotel in 1973, taking design inspiration from the famous Faraglioni ocean rock formation it overlooks.

Meanwhile, boutique hotel Palazzo Manfredi is located just minutes away from Rome’s iconic Colosseum.

The property is home to the Michelin-starred AROMA restaurant which features an outdoor terrace with commanding views of the ancient historical site. 

The new additions bring Utopian’s collection of properties to 31.

For more information go to utopianhotels.com.

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