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The Hotel Guru Review: Attractive, enveloping, refreshingly different and run with commitment by Gioele Romanelli (whose father owns the excellent Hotel Flora, also highly recommended). It's a bit like walking into a Marrakech riad, with furniture, beds and fabrics from the orient, and a whiff of incense in the air. Cosy and intimate, with just nine bedrooms.

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"Boutique hotel with Moroccan touches, Rajasthani hangings and nine individually designed rooms" Read more...

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