Grotta Palazzese Hotel Cave Restaurant

Jan 26, 2016

Category: Living

Taking her to a nice, fancy restaurant is a good way to show her that you love her, but what if that restaurant were built into a cave in Italy and has been dubbed “one of the most romantic settings in all of Italy?”

The Grotta Palazzese Hotel has a restaurant that’s carved into the limestone cavern at Polignano a Mare, a small town built on the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic Sea’s gorgeous water. The cave has been used to host lavish banquets since the 1700s. The lighting that has been set up in the cave is expertly placed, with sconces and candles adding beautiful glows. Now, up to seven guests of the hotel are able to catch some sleep in one of the hotel’s cave-carved suites, each of which contains a balcony that provides breathtaking views. The spot is open from May to October. [Via]

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