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Modern Yet Classic: Jumeirah Grand Hotel via Veneto Offers the Best of Old & New Rome

BY: JustLuxe Team | 2015
With its prestigious address on Via Veneto, one of the most expensive and exclusive streets in Rome, Jumeirah Grand Hotel...

Oliver Astrologo's 3-Minute Video Takes Us Through Rome Via a Local's Eyes, & It's Stunning

BY: Nicolle Monico | 2015
Rome is an incredible city. With its layers of fascinating history, stunning architecture and eternal magnetism, it’s...

We're Swooning Over This Roman Hotel That Once Housed Woody Allen for 3 Months

There’s a plethora of outstanding hotels in Rome, but Parco dei Principi is unquestionably amongst the finest. The...

Rome's Grand Hotel Via Veneto Boasts an Impressive Art Collection in its 19th Century Villas

BY: Eric Rosen | 2014
Rome is one of the world’s great art destinations thanks to unparalleled collections like the Vatican Museums, the...

3 of Italy's Best Hotels for Avoiding the Crowds While Staying Near Top Attractions

BY: Eric Rosen | 2014
Ahhh, Italia! There is a reason Europe’s boot remains one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations;...

Villa Spalletti Trivelli: A Discreet Boutique Hotel Away From the Urban Rush of Rome

BY: JustLuxe Team | 2014
Luxury boutique hotels often offer some of the most alluring experiences due to their exceptional charm. The personal...

Italy Sells Historic Castles and Villas to Boost Economy

BY: Mila Pantovich | 2013
Italy has been having a bit of a budget problem and in efforts to reestablish the depleted funds, the country is selling off some of their most historic sites to private investors. Over the weekend, RT Network reported that  a Grand Inquisitor's villa, a Pope's fort and a Venetian island are just three of the 50 sites that will be sold to help raise the 500M Euros needed to stay in line with EU austerity rules and keep the country's budget deficit within the three percent threshold set by Brussels. Prime Minister Enrico Letta is hoping that the sold castles and villas will be turned into hotels, museums and restaurants, which would create countless jobs to support the economy. Originally built for Pope Nicholas III in the 1270s, the Orsini Castle near Rome was used as a prison in the mid-19th century and is believed to be haunted, which may make for a great tourist attraction if a buyer is brave enough to open it to the public. A similar move was made by Greece last year when they sold several beaches, islands and ski resorts.

Mercedes-Benz Delivers New Popemobile to the Vatican

BY: Noah Joseph | 2013
To over a billion believers around the world, the Pope may be the human representative of heaven on earth, but that doesn't...

Palazzo Manfredi is a Historic Gem in the Heart of Rome

BY: Carly Zinderman | 2012
Surrounded by breathtaking views of Rome including the Coliseum, the Imperial Forum and the Domus Aurea, Palazzo Manfredi is...

A Surprise Vacation to Rome | An American Express Travel NEXTPEDITION

BY: Courtney Driver | 2012
There is absolutely no research, strategizing or stress in planning an American Express Travel NEXTPEDITION. Find your travel sign, take a ten-minute phone call to discuss your travel personality and let them do the rest. You will not be disappointed.

Experience 'La Dolce Vita' at Italy's Boscolo Palace Roma Hotel

BY: Emma Dance | 2012
There may be no better place to discover the true meaning of 'La Dolce Vita' than in Rome, Italy. And although the city may...

Italy Vacations | Living Like A King at Umbria Castle

BY: Eric Meyers | 2011
Every resort offers certain classy amenities, whether it be a restaurant headed up by a TV celebrity chef, or a spa offering...
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