Why You Should Visit Asolo, Italy and This Charming, Low-Key Hotel
Indagare’s Annie Fitzsimmons reports on her recent visit to the Veneto countryside town of Asolo, where she checked-in at Hotel Villa Cipriani.
Stylish Finds: Venice by Sara Maestrelli
Sara Maestrelli, one of the creative forces behind the Violino d’Oro hotel, shares her favorites in Venice.
Venice Now: Where to Stay, Eat, Drink and Get Lost
Indagare’s Simone Girner scouted in Venice in late 2023, revisiting old favorites and discovering the city’s most exciting newcomers. With next year’s reopening of the iconic Bauer as a Rosewood, and the future arrival of such brands as Belmond and Langham, Venice will be in the travel spotlight in years to come. Now’s the time to experience the new before the rest of the world arrives.
First Look: Venice’s Violino d’Oro
The Violino d’Oro, opened in Venice in early November, has three entrances, each representative of a different side of the La Serenissima, in which this exciting new boutique hotel makes its home. There’s the glass-paneled door in midst of the bustle off Calle Larga XXII Marzo, a main gondola hub right out front and foot-traffic pulling visitors toward San Marco. There’s the entrance for a watery arrival off Rio di San Moise that leads straight into a stylish salotto, full of red velvet...
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