A glamorous family hideaway created by film legend Francis Ford Coppola in the 15th-century hilltop town of Bernalda, the region to the west of Puglia
- The luxury boutique hotel is set within the stuccoed walls of a 19th-century Italian palazzo, transformed by acclaimed French designer Jacques Grange
- The nine rooms and suites are individually designed in magnificent colours including frescoes and paintings reflecting the heritage. Moreover, each room offers luxurious bathrooms, free standing bathtubs, private patios and terraces
- Take a dip in the black outdoor pool surrounded by secret pathways and allées of scented fruit trees, hidden in the hotel’s sprawling gardens
- Kick back and relax on a day-bed with a cocktail while gazing out over the crystal-clear Ionian Sea. The hotel’s private beach club is reached by a short drive.
- Palazzo Margherita is ideally located in the heart Basilicata, a remote, as yet undiscovered, stunningly beautiful region in southern Italy