Celebrated for its visual splendor, Italy stands out as the living proof of world’s luxurious spots. One of so many reasons why I fully support that notion, is because of Palazzo Margherita.
Back in 2004, as the leading name in the cinema’s industry, Francis Ford Coppola purchased the Palazzo, with an aspiration to turn this beautiful village into traveler’s number one destination. As the birthplace of Coppola’s grandfather Agostino Coppola, Palazzo Margherita will take our breath away with its stunning Italian authenticity, giving the guests unforgettable experience of the sumptuous amalgam of private getaway and comfort. This project was completed by the initiation of Francis Ford Coppola, with viral assistance from eminent French designer Jacques Grange, creating some sort of cinematic – if this is the right word for – atmosphere filled with marbles, fresco painted ceilings, exotic furniture and tiles, also not to forget the Tunisian influenced suite as homage to Coppola’s Tunisian born-grandmother.