Villa della Pergola, the historic residence symbol of English history in western Liguria, is now part of the Relais & Châteaux family.
The French association that gathers the most exclusive luxury homes in the world today announced the new entries, enriching the collection of 580 hotels and gastronomic restaurants with eight new entries worldwide, of which Villa della Pergola is the only Italian one.
A recognition that enriches the prestige of the offer of the western Ligurian Riviera and the city of Alassio, which now houses a starred restaurant, the Nove, and a structure part of the famous circuit.
With Relais & Châteaux Villa della Pergola shares the same founding values: love for the territory, culture and promotion of history and traditions, a family management that puts love and the protection of the assets to be preserved first, the care of hospitality and structure.
Thanks to the commitment, experience and professionalism of the Maître de Maison Nadia Finelli, Villa della Pergola has grown over the years to become an excellence in the field of hospitality, a goal which today is given an important recognition with the entry into the Relais & Châteaux family.
"At Villa della Pergola - the Maître de Maison Nadia Finelli says - we strive every day to" take care of the other ", living the service with passion and transforming our guests' stay into a unique and regenerating experience.
The love for beauty, the art de vivre and the strong bond with the territory allow us to be "artisans" of good food and hospitality, in perfect harmony with the surrounding nature. Our goal is to give an emotion: stay in a historic villa that has hosted important personalities of the last two centuries, enjoy 22 thousand square meters of park to rediscover the sense of lost time, savor dishes with a strong bond with the territory in a restaurant starry. A philosophy that reflects the uniqueness and values of Relais & Châteaux, the family we officially enter today to reinforce the message underlying our vision: cultivating infinite human wealth ".
Villa della Pergola, born in the late nineteenth century as an English holiday residence and today one of the rare historic houses perfectly preserved in their original structure, "it is the new jewel that enriches the Italian collection".