Choose your destination, and discover the pleasure of staying in a Phi Hotel

Phi Hotels let travelers discover destinations that offer artistic and natural areas of interest for a vacation, or even just a weekend getaway. Whatever your destination, there’s an exclusive hotel waiting to offer you its top-notch services.

Phi Hotels caters to clients who love to stay in seaside resorts, city centers, scenic hillside towns, or central business districts. Taking walks in nature, relaxing in a reading room or in a large and lush garden, swimming in a pool or in the sea, coordinating work dates and meetings in meeting rooms, unwinding during a spa treatment: the hotels in the Phi group offer all of this and so much more.


Located on the Adriatic coast in Abruzzo, Francavilla al Mare is one of the urban areas linked to the city of Pescara, with beaches extending for 8 kilometers. Rising up behind the town are gentle, rolling hills that lead to the mountainous Majella National Park and the massive Gran Sasso National Park. Thanks to a variety of surrounding landscapes, this location can be visited and appreciated all year round. Francavilla al Mare has plenty of clubs, and offers a full calendar of shows, concerts, cultural activities, and events, providing numerous opportunities for relaxation as well as entertainment and recreation. During the summer months, the full program of daytime and evening events – whether on the beach or in the town’s streets – make this a lively town for the many tourists staying here.

MODENA, Emilia Romagna

Modena is located in the heart of the Po Valley and is close to the Via Aemilia, the ancient Roman road where you can explore and admire ancient ruins and monuments. Famous for its balsamic vinegar, opera music, and sports cars, Modena is a people-friendly city which offers the charm of history side by side with innovative creations. The city center recalls the grandeur of the House of Este’s reign, in which Modena become the state capital from the end of the sixteenth century to 1859. The artistic wonders of its old town, together with its food & wine specialties, are an interesting mix for tourists to discover. The city, which boasts UNESCO World Heritage Sites (the Cathedral, the Ghirlandina bell tower, and the Piazza Grande or large square), watches over its vast historical heritage. And anyone visiting Modena can’t help but be attracted to the legendary Ferrari and Lamborghini cars.


In the heart of the Umbria region and surrounded by medieval walls, Cannara lies in the heart of the Umbrian Valley, facing Assisi and Spello. Established during the Roman era - perhaps thanks to its reclamation by the inhabitants of Urvinum Hortense - the city ceased to be a point of contention between Assisi and Perugia when the territory fell under the Church’s dominion, which then ended with the rise of the Kingdom of Italy. This place has remained faithful to the simplicity of its origins; for example, Saint Francis of Assisi passed through here, and the variety of highly symbolic buildings dedicated to him make Cannara a choice spot for cultural and spiritual tourism. The surrounding countryside is full of parks, protected areas, and nature reserves, making this location perfect for tourists seeking adventure tours whether on a mountain bike, or hiking or rafting.

MILANO, Lombardia

Over the last few decades, Milan has transformed from being an introverted, almost hidden city into a smart and social metropolis which is experiencing a rise in tourism. The world capital of fashion, taste, innovation, and design, Milan is a hotspot for events, performances and activities which always keep up with the times. The headquarters of the Italian Stock Exchange, it’s a financial hub which is also famous for its restaurants, exclusive shops, and nightlife. The Gothic Cathedral, the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie - which houses Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper - Brera’s Pinacoteca (Art Gallery), and the opera season at the Teatro alla Scala all testify to the city’s artistic and cultural heritage. After the successful Expo 2015, the area on the outskirts of the city was transformed into the MIND Milano Innovation District, and continues to stage events of great interest to the public. Not just a business capital, Milan lends itself to visits on foot or by bike, to discover its artistic, cultural, and food & wine delights

Gubbio, Umbria

Located in the north-eastern part of Umbria, Gubbio lies on the slopes of Mount Ingino, which dominates a fertile flat basin. It is one of the most evocative medieval villages in Italy, wonderfully preserved over the centuries and rich in architectural masterpieces that testify to its glorious past and there are many historical, cultural and religious reasons to visit it. Gubbio is also known as the "city of fools", for the unpredictable and easygoing nature of its inhabitants, it is customary to give the "license of fool" to those who make three runs around the sixteenth-century fountain of the same name. The numerous elevators that connect the different levels of the city and the cable car that connects the center to the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo, offer an unparalleled view of the city. The city of Gubbio is closely linked to the history of St. Francis, especially the encounter with the wolf; here he took refuge after leaving Assisi, finding a safe place with the family of Spadalonga and here his true conversion took place.


It is a small gem set between the Treviso Hills, a medieval village with a breathtaking view of lush rows of vineyards as far as the eye can see. From woods, pastures and magnificent vineyards (we are in the area of the Prosecco DOCG) to the plain with a cultivated countryside, for those who love excursions in contact with nature, there is only the embarrassment of choice! The Piave river offers wonderful views, relaxing walks and the remains of an ancient Roman bridge. Susegana is called the city of two castles for its two great historical excellences to visit: the remains of the Collalto Castle, destroyed by Endisio I in 1110, the oldest possession of the Counts of Collalto and the Castle of San Salvatore built in 1323 thanks to the by Rambaldo VIII of Collalto and completed by his successor Schenella. Situated in a strategic position along the Strada del Prosecco, it is known as one of the most interesting and significant places in the Valdobbiadene wine culture as a destination for food and wine tourism, especially during the traditional 'Primavera del Prosecco'.