The frontier between northern Italy and southern France is but a sweet illusion! Even though the language changes from one country to the next, the inhabitants share the same pleasure for fine products. From Lombardy to the Côte d’Azur, the countryside is divided successively into vineyards, olive groves, orchards, and market gardens. This journey is a wonderful tasting experience conceived for food lovers, epicureans, and connoisseurs of truffles, Mediterranean vegetables, fish, and fine wines...
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Hotel and restaurant in town. In the heart of Milan, discover the splendour of a very unique hotel housed in an Art Nouveau building from the early 20th century. Hotel Château Monfort is inspired by the world of fairy tales and the opera. It is an enchanting place where dream and reality blend together, which is reflected in the retro-chic style that permeates this "Urban Château". The pastel colours that adorn the walls of the guest rooms are enhanced by floral patterns and butterflies. Inside the hotel, you will be captivated by its romantic and refined atmosphere, which extends to our exceptional Rubacuori restaurant, our Mezzanotte lounge bar and our "Amore & Psiche" SPA. ... Learn moreless
The lovechild of Aimo and Nadia Moroni, this famous Michelin-starred restaurant in Milan made its name from its Tuscan cuisine, and then opened up to other regions. Here, the produce is paramount: olives, tomatoes, capers, prawns, courgettes, Buffalo mozzarella etc. Following in the couple's footsteps...Read More less
Opened in 1883, the prestigious Peck deli shop has the feeling of a (small) museum. It's one of those places you want to take a photo of first before emptying the shelves into your basket. Just imagine a place with more than 200 types of cheeses (such as parmesan aged for 5 years!) sold alongside salami,...Read More less
In the heart of absolutely superb scenery, discover the vineyards of Piedmont, set on century old terraces. The hills of Montferrat and the Langhe are home to the vineyards which produce the fine white wines of Moscato d’Asti. Nearby, around the hills of Alto Monferrato, the grapes used to make Barbera...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in a village. With heavy drapes, paintings, lavish period furniture, carefully restored parquet floors, this former summer residence for the Counts of Roero, built on the site of a medieval fortress, is a delight for the eyes. Surrounded by gardens designed in the style of 18th century Italy, overlooking the city of Guarene, it offers splendid views over the Langhe hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A refined Piedmontese cuisine is served in the restaurant, and provides the occasion to taste the prestigious regional wines. At the end of a long brickvaulted hallway, the spa and indoor pool carved into the rock provide a peaceful retreat. ... Learn moreless
You have to go back to 1815 to find the first Vivalda at the helm of this typical Italian restaurant whose reputation has been handed down from generation to generation for more than 200 years. Chef Gian Piero Vivalda is heir to this tradition. His cuisine, which is deeply rooted in the Piedmont region,...Read More less
An unmissable event for white truffle lovers, the Fiera del Tartufo has brought truffle hunters, chefs and food connoisseurs together for over 90 years. The small local market is now the location of an international event marked by incredible tasting events, debates, concerts, and amazing wine discoveries....Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant on a golf course. Wake up in front of the golf course, explore the mountains, the medieval villages of Liguria or the white sandy beaches of the Riviera, enjoy a shopping spree along the paved alleys of Alassio or simply sunbathe beside the pool. La Meridiana is a dream place for an unforgettable stay, with gourmet cuisine and a collection of great Italian wines from nearby Piedmont in the restaurant, Il Rosmarino, and local cuisine in “Il Bistrot”. This charming property on the Italian Riviera, between Monte Carlo and Portofino, will delight you with its warm welcome and attentive service. Dog lovers will enjoy the garden suites and the pet-friendly atmosphere. ... Learn moreless
Just next to the La Meridiana hotel is the very beautiful Garlenda Golf Club. The Torrente Lerrone river flows through the course, which winds between pines and olive trees. Opened in 1964, this 18-hole course (par 72, 6040 m) was the setting for the Italian Open during the 1971 season.
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Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. Just an hour from the beautiful city of Genoa and on the heights of the Italian Riviera — famous for its posh seaside resorts, picturesque medieval towns and fishing villages — Villa della Pergola cultivates its deliciously timeless aura of architectural elegance. In perfect harmony with the two hectares of botanical gardens surrounding the estate, the fifteen luxurious suites and the numerous panoramic terraces invite you to savour the intensely sweet moments offered by this earthly paradise in the charming town of Alassio. Drink in spectacularly sublime views of the Ligurian Sea and fall under the spell of the unspoilt landscapes of the "Riviera di Ponente" coast. With its bounty of delicious wines and a healthy gastronomic mix, this region is one of the most romantic destinations in Italy — perfect for living la dolce vita to the fullest! ... Learn moreless
This seaside town reflects the history of the wealthy English tourists who would holiday here in the past. Alassio is known for its Muretto, a colourful wall decorated with tiles signed by famous artists, including Ernest Hemingway and Louis Armstrong. These same artists could once be found at the highly...Read More less
Chef Mauro Colagreco has found the perfect place to exercise his talents in this majestic 1930s building with mountains as a backdrop and magnificent sea views. It boasts a superb terraced garden, with fabulous views over Menton and the Mediterranean. In the kitchens, a team is busy preparing the dishes...Read More less
Located a few kilometres from the border on the Italian side, the Selvadolce Estate is a favourite of chef Mauro Colagreco. Owner Aristide Blancardi tends his nearly seven hectares of vines with great humility and passion. The vineyards, biodynamically cultivated since 2004, are arranged in terraces...Read More less
Property reopened on 17/06/2021 (dd/mm/yy)
Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. A blue paradise, where the only sounds to trouble the peace come from the waters in La Garoupe bay which you can reach by a tiny private path. A fine villa stands in the midst of this unique landscape, with stone pines and ochre-coloured rocks, once an inspiration to Nicolas de Staël and Picasso, and is home to this characterful hotel. Tastefully appointed contemporary rooms, each with its private terrace or balcony, look out onto grounds planted with old olive trees and a pool and wellness area. The private beach, edged with succulents and bay trees, and the restaurant terrace in the shade of the mulberry trees provide the finishing touches to this cool oasis of peace and quiet. ... Learn moreless
Property reopened on 20/05/2021 (dd/mm/yy)
Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. Halfway between Nice and Cannes, in a setting where the Mediterranean takes centre stage, the Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel is a contemporary architectural jewel. Its minimalist lines are in perfect harmony with the lush Mediterranean vegetation, with the charm and freshness of a garden by the sea, a fine private sandy beach facing the Lérins Islands, and a delightful infinity pool. The original décor of the rooms and suites transports guests on a sensory voyage. The enchantment continues in the restaurant Les Pêcheurs, which looks out onto the sea and offers a feast for the palate as well as the eyes, with a view of the Esterel massif in the distance. ... Learn moreless
It is in this small fishing village of La Napoule, nestled in the bay of Cannes, that chefs Alain Montigny (winner of the Meilleur Ouvrier de France) and Nicolas Davouze (winner of Bocuse d’Or France and chosen by Stéphane Raimbault to ensure his succession) invite you over the seasons – in the flamboyant...Read More less
Bruno Oger left the kitchen of a palace hotel in Cannes and the hustle and bustle of the Croisette to move to the calm of Villa Archange and its shady courtyard in Le Cannet. This 18th century Provencal building, which has been masterly refurbished and tastefully decorated, reflects the sensitivity of...Read More less
This is where the Chef of L’Oasis comes to buy his fish every morning. Refurbished in 1934, this covered market seems to preserve the very essence of the city of Cannes. This is where the locals meet, far from the beaches and the big hotels, far from the postcard views of the Film Festival. You can find...Read More less
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To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: Suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.
Gian Piero Vivalda is the owner and Chef of Antica Corona Reale. “I spent my childhood in the valley of Cervere. My grandfather would take me fishing and woodcock hunting. When we returned home, we would cook what we had caught. Little by little, I got to know Piedmont, its scenery and the local produce. I gradually moved further afield, discovering the shores of Liguria and the nearby French Riviera. This was a revelation to me. Since then, I have never tired of repeating this journey whenever I have a little time to spare.”