Impeccably preserved and restored, Monteverdi is a hotel without corridors. Each of its 12 rooms and three villas is scattered throughout the walled medieval village of Castiglioncello de Trinaro, enabling guests to live authentically alongside residents, some of whose families have been here for generations.
No two accommodations are the same. Or even similar.
While one room may come with an 18th-century copper soaking tub, another may feature contemporary art or private garden.
“The feel is that of living in the village and not in a hotel,” says Monteverdi owner and CEO Michael Cioffi.
But do expect amenities. Monteverdi offers a fine-dining restaurant, vibey wine bar with premier blends by the glass, a contemporary art gallery and a romantic spa, featuring outdoor soaking tubs and olive-oil/grapeseed-inspired treatments. Divine.