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Baglioni Hotels Group

was established in 1974

when Roberto Polito bought his first property in

Tuscany, the Hotel Cala del Porto in Punta Ala.

Together with his wife and their children they

have developed a style of hospitality where

guests can expect hotels with a passion for

service, elegance and a traditional, warm, Italian

welcome, making each stay unforgettable.

Our locations, combined with the personalised,

innovative and multicultural service provided,

make our guests feel valued and special. Each

Baglioni Hotel has its own unique Italian spirit,

because they reflect their individual location and

become a point of reference. It represents a place

of intriguing, entertaining and vibrant life, of

which it becomes an important part. A place

where art, culture and fashion combine.

Baglioni Hotels

London, Rome, Venice & Milan


Bagni di Pisa

Palace & Spa, San Guiliano Terme


The former spa residence of the 18th-century

grand duke of Tuscany,

Bagni di Pisa Palace &


, remains an exclusive property, with sixty

rooms and suites featuring original frescoed

ceilings and views of Pisa’s famous leaning tower.

Set between healing hot springs to the east and

baths of Mount San Giuliano to the west, the

hotel has a team of certified spa and health

professionals who specialise in weight-loss

programmes. Open to hotel and day guests alike,

the spa offers Ayurvedic massage, skin care

employing nutrient-rich mud and fitness and

nutrition consultations.

Located ten kilometres from Pisa Airport in an

ideal Tuscan setting, many area attractions

include Lucca, the Mediterranean and the San

Rossore Maritime park.

Grand Hotel

Excelsior Vittoria

Sorrento, ITALY

Puente Romano

Beach Resort & Spa, Marbella


Perched on the cliff edge of Sorrento, the


Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria

has a

history full of superlatives. Owned and operated

by the Fiorentino family since 1834, the property

has hosted RichardWagner and OscarWilde, who

enjoyed the same breathtaking views of the Bay

of Naples and Mount Vesuvius as today's guests.

Ruins of Roman Emperor Augustus’ villa are said

to lay beneath the property, and the past is also

alive in such details as the 18th-century columns,

frescoed ceilings and antiques displayed

throughout. Outside, the region's beauty is

evident in the lush gardens, filled with

Mediterranean plants, citrus and olive groves. A

quick elevator ride sweeps guests from the port

directly to the hotel, a cool touch Wilde and

Wagner could only have dreamed of.

Situated on Marbella`s Golden Mile,



is named after the ancient Roman

bridge at the center of its lush sub-tropical

gardens. Built in the style of an Andalusian village,

the lifestyle resort was opened in 1979 and has

been a fashionable getaway ever since, with all

the spacious rooms and suites benefiting from

large private balconies. Directly on the beach with

three swimming pools, a state-of-the-art fitness

center and world famous tennis club, Puente

Romano is a sporting paradise. Guests enjoy

exclusive access to the Marbella Club Golf Resort,

one of the most scenic courses on the coast. For

gourmets, Puente Romano offers nine different

restaurants including a gluten free deli and a two

Michelin Restaurant. An inspiring Six Senses SPA

overlooking theMediterranean Sea concludes the

leisure offer of this unique resort.


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