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Hotels in Italy are far from cheap, but competition has improved service and facilities at luxury properties and resulted in a wide range of options for budget-conscious travelers. Where you once just chose between traditional hotels and modest pensiones, you now have everything from bed-and-breakfasts—surprisingly contemporary urban haunts with six rooms or less—to working farms offering agritourism vacations, which are a good value for countryside jaunts. Adding to that mix are Italy's luxury villa hotels, resort spas, and restored villages turned long-stay residences.

Italy's high season varies according to your destination: In art cities like Rome and Florence, it tends to fall in spring and autumn, while in rural parts of Tuscany or Umbria, June through mid-September is the busiest period. Most seaside areas—with the exception of hiking-oriented Cinque Terre—are crowded only in July and August. If you're planning on coming at peak times, book as far in advance as possible. In low season, expect substantial discounts, and look out for special online offers.

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3 Rooms, Milan

There can't be many hotels in the world that have catalogs in each room—so you can look up who designed which piece of furniture. But Carla Sozzani,...more

see the Milan guide
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Adler Thermae Spa & Wellness Resort, San Quirico d'Orcia

The thermal waters of Bagno Vignoni, a tiny spa resort just off the main SS2 road (a.k.a. Cassia) south of Siena, have been famous since Etruscan times, even...more

see the Tuscany guide
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AD Place

Tucked just off the main St. Mark's–Accademia drag and nestling up against La Fenice opera house, AD Place is a delightful boutique hotel that plays with...more

see the Venice guide
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Agriturismo Villanova, Levanto

Just one train stop from Monterosso, the mellow resort of Levanto is a good base for the Cinque Terre. For post-trekking rest and relaxation, head for this...more

see the Cinque Terre + Portofino guide
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Albergo Al Cappello Rosso, Bologna

By looks alone, you'd never know this hotel was 630 years old. The 32-room boutique is as 21st century as they get in Bologna. Furnishings are urban luxe,...more

see the Bologna guide
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Albergo delle Drapperie, Bologna

Currently the best centro storico budget option, this 21-room novelty opened in 2004. It's in the heart of the action, on a colorful street of food shops and...more

see the Bologna guide
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Albergo del Sole al Pantheon, Rome

Few hotels have guest lists that stretch back to the Renaissance. But the Sole is one of the oldest in Europe: It had already been going for almost half a...more

see the Rome guide
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Albergo Milano, Varenna, Italy

The Milano was simply a poky little pensione with a million-dollar lakeside view until 2002. That's when Bettina Mallone and her Swiss husband, Egidio,...more

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Aleph, Rome

Not for the fainthearted, this pricey luxury option not far from the Via Veneto has all the decadent verve that we have come to expect from an Adam Tihany...more

see the Rome guide
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Al Ponte Antico

Al Ponte Antico has taken the traditional Venetian hotel design idiom and run with it to create a baroque extravaganza. From the padded gold reception desk to...more

see the Venice guide
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