Interiors are light, cool and calm with just a hint of retro charm in the detailing, here a brass lamp and mirror, there an illustrated book of matches. Beds are designed with a deep sleep spell, a place to refresh. Bathrooms feature an eclectic display of Italian tiles, otherwise opulent interiors are on view in a heavyweight copy of Mondadori’s Cabana, on your book shelf.  

Outside the crenellated coral heights of the torre soak up the Mediterranean sun, touches of that delicious pinkish hue appear on parasols and cushions around the piazzettas, each spot an invitation for guests to relax and chat.

La Baia restaurant and bay-side bar is shaded in giant palm fronds, Bar la Torre is a neat quisibeve tented beneath striped tapering pennans, reminiscent of medieval jousts, a mix of Mezzatorre’s soul, sea and history.

“Hotels are like people. If they have a character and a point of view, you connect. If they’re just pretty girls with nothing to say, you don’t.” 
Marie-Louise Scio', Pellicano Creative Director