If you are reading this page, you don’t settle for common tips: you look for travel professionals and experts of the Italian way of life. You’ve got them.
In the travel industry since 1975, the Atzeri Family selects only the best of the “Made in Italy” hospitality. It is always in search of exclusive accommodations, where charm does not necessary means opulence
The Italian lifestyle is beauty, elegance, refinement.
It is good taste, small details, uniqueness.
This is what the Atzeri’s are proud to offer, through attentive screenings and quality controls made personally by the members of the family and the trusted staff. This is what makes the difference.
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Quality, professionalism and a deep knowledge of the Italian regions have always been our leitmotif.
With CharmingSardinia.com, CharmingPuglia.com, CharmingCampania.com, CharmingSicily.com and CharmingTuscany.com we have gained the esteem and the trust for those looking for unforgettable luxury and charming holiday.
Now, there is something more.
There is something new every day…
Let us guide you throughout the Charming Italian way of living. Let the experts of the Italian hospitality suggest you how to experience the beauty, passion and lifestyle of the whole Italy.
It is true that Italy is one of the most dreamed-of locations for travellers and holiday-makers. But what is it, that really makes the difference during your stay in Italy? The chance to experience the authentic “Made in Italy”, not a surrogate of its cuisine and fashion or artificial warmth and hospitality.
This is the reason why CharmingItaly.com selects both, boutique hotels and resorts, as well as hidden gems and well-known hotel chains; but all accommodations must have some essential points in common:
- Modern Italian luxury furniture and a homely touch
- They must be leisure service oriented but include modern technology facilities
Therefore, let's have a look at what makes a hotel worthy of being chosen by Charming:
1. High standards of quality
2. Warm and personalized services
3. Classical Italian elegance, a minimalistic design or modern furniture – but never an excessive, pompous or cold-hearted style
4. Unique and amazing landscapes
5. Strategic and exclusive hotel’s locations that are far from the noisy city centre, however with the main sights of the area always at reach
6. Slow food, local products and master chefs
7. Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and various other docking stations
8. If this is still not enough, log in and discover the CharmingItaly Hotels yourself.
Editorial and social project
The passion guides us. Passion for territory, passion for food, passion for beauty.
Passion for style.
Italian style, that we are proud to promote all around the world.
“Made in Italy” is a guarantee and we love presenting the multiple facets of Italian culture. A qualified writers team, starting from their experiences, daily life and personal attitudes, is pleased to transmit through words their passion and love for Italy. Nothing is left to chance: having care of each single piece of content, we are sure to offer only first-hand and quality information.
The Charming Community of Italian Lovers is aware of this; it can follow our stories and communicate with us and with the other members through the social networks. We are a unique enthusiastic community, sharing and spreading around our love for Italy. We are always open to new Italian lovers… just like you! Know more about us: discover now the writers of CharmingItaly.com!
What makes the difference?
Passion, experience, professionalism. Discover more about us, discover more about the Italian lifestyle.
Giulia Garau lives and works in Sardinia. Travel lover, she has the chance to work for an online travel agency, CharmingSardinia.com, which deals also with accommodations in Campania, Apulia, Sicily and Tuscany. Here she can combine her passion for tourism with her love for foreign languages.
Silvia Pe is an Italian travel lover and a compulsive reader living in Sardinia. She works in tourism field for Royal Travel Jet, where she thrives on Content and Social Media Dpt.
Laura Thayer is an American art historian and travel writer living in one of Italy’s most charming spots—the Amalfi Coast. She loves discovering and sharing the beauty, traditions and history of southern Italy’s Campania region. Her experiences and stories about daily life on the Amalfi Coast can be found at Ciao Amalfi.
Leslie Rosa is an independent art curator and writer based in Venice. She also keeps busy studying to become an AIS-certified sommelier, tango dancing, and writing for her new blog, La Bella Vita Miscellany, an illustrated exploration of all (lovely) things Italian.
Nerys is from rural west Wales but has been living in Milan since 2008 after studying Italian at university. She is very interested in travelling, and as well as the three languages she speaks fluently she also speaks some French and German. She loves music and spends a lot of time listening to the radio, and is always on the look out for interesting tales to tell in her blog A Welshie in Italy.
Amy Lucinda is an English teacher living in Northern Puglia. As well as enjoying the laid back lifestyle of her small, traditional town (with its wonderful wine and incredible gelato), she loves writing her blog about all things southern Italian (find her at sunshineandtomatoes.blogspot.it). She studied German at university, volunteered in Kenya, travelled the world for a little while, and then decided to settle in this beautiful part of the world.
She was born in 1986, she comes from Piedmont and she is a passionate travel blogger: thegirlwiththesuitcase.com
She would like to work in communication's branch and organization of events, but her dream is spend her life writing and travelling.
Jessica Stewart is an art historian and photographer who has been living in Rome since 2005. She loves discovering off the beaten track places and sharing her finds. Since 2008 she has been using photography to document contemporary life in Rome via her blog, RomePhotoBlog and in 2012 published Street Art Stories Rome, a book that recounts street art in Rome through words and pictures.
Kate Bailward is a cat-loving, trifle-hating, maniac driver who arrived in Italy in 2009 for a 9-month teaching contract. Three and a half years later she has given up teaching but has no plans to give up Italy. She is currently writing her first novel and she blogs at Driving Like a Maniac and Quasi Siciliana. One is about life in Sicily and the other about cooking, but they both end up being about telling stories - she just can't help herself.
Elena lives and studies in Cambridge, where she landed in 2008 after wandering across Europe from Bologna to Paris via Dublin. When she’s not busy rescuing endangered languages, she loves to write about the things that make life worth living, such as food, travel, and shoes.
Luisa was born in Rome, Italy. After high school she studied restoration of wall paintings and canvas. She attended a master’s Degree in Communication and Publishing and starts to work for two publishing houses that much have to do with contemporary art. Currently located in Sassari she is the curator of a Photobook on ancient churches in Sardinia.
Claudia Carta was born in Sardinia. She is an expert in fashion and in ’80 music. She loves travelling and exploring new cultures. She likes photography and beauty. She has got a Degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures and can speak Italian, French, English, German and a little bit Russian and Spanish.
Sara Donahue has been living and working in the beautiful, largely undiscovered Puglia region for the past 20 years. She teaches writing at the University of Bari and works as a freelance translator and travel writer. She enjoys sharing the unique facets of southern Italian life through her photoblogs Molfetta Daily Photo and Amid the Olive Trees.
Katie fell in love with Italy from her first visit in 2002. She now calls it home, writing and capturing the culture of the enchanting city of Florence on her blog Olio di Oliva e Sogni di Vino. Whether she’s checking out the hottest wine bar, sipping espresso at the local bar or riding her bike through the streets of Florence, Katie is always exploring the ancient cobblestones of Florence, one step at a time.