From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:The ski-friendly Val di Luce in the Apennines stays true to its storybook mountain setting with materials like pine and travertine used throughout the open public rooms, library, and lounge bar. Yet the resort still pulls off a fresh design that's more sophisticated than rustic. The 77 rooms and suites, comfortable and contemporary with fluffy duvets and subdued plaid carpeting that breaks up the neutral tones, range in size from slightly cramped classic doubles to very spacious family suites that sleep four to six, many with well-equipped kitchens. Every room, however, has a balcony with mountain vistas, and bathrooms, while small, are attractively done in pine and marble. Though the Tuscan restaurant is pleasant and reasonable, the real treat here is the large and wonderful spa with several pools and a long list of sybaritic treatments. The dormered architecture of the resort curves around a central mini-version of I. M. Pei's glass pyramid at the Louvre, and inside it is the spa's crystal pool, from which you can gaze at mountain views or a starry night. 2011 Hot List
Which room to book: Those on the fourth floor have the best vistaschoose mountain view over pyramid view.Subscribe now to Condé Nast Traveler for just $1 an issue! ›
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