Live the Granduer at Presidential Suite of Hotel Cala di Volpe

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The location of The Costa Smeralda (“Emerald Coast”) along the eastern part of the Sardinian coast attained great fame and glory as Aga Khan bought this place and propelled the building of villas and yacht club to mention a few. A trip to this island will surely give you enough reason to plan a grand exploration trip with your family and friends.

In fact, the 1977 James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me, shot this island to the ultimate fame it deserved. The grand Hotel Cala di Volpe with its 100 rooms and the palatial Presidential Suite is one of the priced possessions of Aga Khan.

The Presidential Suite firmly housed on the tower of the hotel features three bedrooms, three separate bathrooms and two grand sitting areas. The special features of this suite includes the exclusively private and utdoor saltwater pool located along the second floor.

The interior decoration with a blend of traditional and contemporary styles featuring whitewashed walls wrought iron bed frames and hand-painted ceramic tiles adds to the elegance of this suite.

Via: hospitalityguild.com

Posted by Bhavesh Bhatia on September 02, 2009 in Travel

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