This legendary British brand promises properties that boast the best addresses, a unique sense of style and a genuine appreciation of their Italian surroundings.
Still run by the Forte family, who have been involved in luxury hospitality for over four generations, Rocco Forte Hotels aims to treat guests like individuals in every area of the hotel, whilst connecting them to the destination through the carefully considered design and décor from Olga Polizzi. Alongside the range of stylish accommodation, each property offers exquisite dining opportunities, where personalised menus offer a taste of the regional flavours using local produce. Experience phenomenal service and a range of chic spas, with products from Irene Forte, along with a wealth of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and enthralling adventures that are perfect for everyone.
Villa Igiea, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Sicily
Newly opened in June of this year, Villa Igiea, a Rocco Forte Hotel is a recently revitalised turn-of-the-century palazzo, nestled within tiered villa gardens overlooking the port of Palermo. Unique interiors combine a palatial Art Nouveau style with the unmistakable Rocco Forte flair, while featuring plenty of locally crafted elements that pay homage to the island.
Verdura Resort, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Sicily
Set within 230-hectares, surrounded by olive trees, orange groves and a beautiful white-sand beach, Verdura Resort, a Rocco Forte Hotel is somewhat of a luxury icon in Sicily. Its first-class facilities include a children's club, superb spa, sports academies, organic farm and much more!
Villas at Verdura Resort, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Sicily
Verdura Resort has recently unveiled 20 of the first ever branded Rocco Forte independent villas, each one offering either three or four bedrooms. Marvels of modern architecture, each villa has been designed and styled by Olga Polizzi to reflect a traditional Sicilian 'baglo'. Inside, there's a fully equipped kitchen and light-filled lounge, while alfresco living is encouraged thanks to a charming courtyard, sun-soaked terrace and infinity swimming pool.
Masseria Torre Maizza, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Puglia
Elegantly appointed within a vast estate overlooking the sparkling Adriatic Sea and surrounded by ancient olive groves and fragrant orange trees, Masseria Torre Maizza is a beautiful luxury hotel situated within a restored, historical watchtower dating back to the 16th century. Pilgrims and monks would seek refuge inside the fortified walls of the Masseria and the hotel remains a sanctuary of tranquillity and wellbeing to this day.
Hotel Savoy, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Florence
The elegant Hotel Savoy, a Rocco Forte Hotel invites you to discover historical Florence, located at the city's beating heart near the famous Duomo. When you can bare to tear yourself away from your plush, Olga Polizzi-designed room, head out and explore the beauty of the Birthplace of the Renaissance, from the famous Uffizi Gallery to the heights of Piazzale Michelangelo.
Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Rome
It's hard to match the romance of the five-star Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel, which is ideally situated between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo in the heart of the city's most fashionable area. This blossoming oasis features seemingly endless terraced gardens offering total tranquillity, while the extensive spa and traditional Italian restaurant provide a well-rounded Roman retreat.
Hotel de la Ville, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Rome
Set above the iconic Spanish Steps, Hotel de la Ville seamlessly blends Roman history and 18th-century architecture with the modern amenities, exceptional dining, flawless service and unique interior design expected of a Rocco Forte property. After exploring the delights of Italy's 'Eternal City', unwind in the stunning Sicilian-inspired spa, refuel with creative cuisine in one of the beautiful restaurants, or sip Italian aperitivos in the glamorous rooftop bar.