Dolce & Gabbana has partnered with one of Italy’s most iconic luxury hotels for 2023 – and this is the result
Luxury travel meets high-end fashion. One of Italy’s most iconic luxury hotels, San Domenico Palace, a Four Seasons Hotel, has teamed up with legendary Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana to give the Taormina based resort on the east coast of Sicily a stylish new look for the 2023 season.
And if you’re wondering whether this is the incredibly glamorous and ritzy hotel where season 2 of hit TV series The White Lotus was filmed – yes, yes it is.
Just in time for its second birthday as a Four Seasons, San Domenico Palace, Taormina unveils its new poolside set up in collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana.
From now until the end of the 2023 season the Hotel’s iconic pool area and gardens will be decked out in Dolce & Gabbana’s “Blu Mediterraneo” motif, a deep blue and white pattern inspired by majolica pottery. Deeply rooted in the Italian south, this motif pays homage to Italy’s heritage in craftsmanship.
The takeover involves a range of products from Dolce & Gabbana including umbrellas, towels, cushions, pillows, cabanas, trays, coasters and other decorative objects. The setup would not be complete without a customized Granita Trolley dressed in blue and white from which the Hotel’s guests can enjoy an icy granita in classic flavours such as almond, coffee and lemon – the most delicious and stylish way to cool off from the hot Sicilian sun.
Have you stayed at an especially stylish and unique hotel? Where did you stay? Tell us about your experiences and let’s raise the profile of the places that are truly unforgettable.
Wild Bay Co is as much a celebration of the people who make these incredible experiences possible, as it is a celebration of the luxury resorts and hotels themselves. If you’ve stayed somewhere outstanding that deserves recognition for its exceptional attention to detail as well as its stunning setting then contact us and let us know.
Enjoy an icy granita in classic flavours such as almond, coffee and lemon.
San Domenico Palace, a Four Seasons Hotel
Decked out in Dolce & Gabbana’s “Blu Mediterraneo” motif.
Iconic pool area
The iconic San Domenico Palace perched on a promontory above the Ionian Sea, first opened as a hotel in 1896 but was originally a Dominican monastery erected in the 14th century. In July 2021, it reopened as a Four Seasons hotel after extensive renovation, making this season the Hotel’s third year of operations under the luxury brand’s banner.
Meet Annassurra: a collection of travel and hospitality projects based in Copenhagen and Porto with the aim of creating hotels with deep connections to their surrounding cities.
These are our picks of the stunning overwater bungalows and villas where the design and decor offer guests as much reason to gaze inside as out. Well, almost. It’s pretty much impossible to beat some of these settings.
Trying a new rum, or sipping one of your go-to rums (Mount Gay Black Barrel or XO please), in a well-designed bar or restaurant is an experience we always get excited about. And these hotels have taken that feeling to the next level.