A Victorian seaside mansion that has been reinvented as a whitewashed, a barefoot plantation house with an ethnic edge by the brother of fashion legend Alberta Ferretti, Carducci 76 is your ideal modern Italian oasis. Be welcomed at this glorious temple of peace and harmony by a glimmering waterfall, gorgeous terraces overlooking the Adriatic Sea and a romantic atmosphere like no other.
Carducci 76 is an exercise in decorative restraint, compositions of strategically-placed Asian details, old black-and-white photos from Indochine and Siam, Indian cushions, tribal sculptures and Japanese artefacts. A mix of ethno-objects and minimalism, rarely executed with such quality and flair.
On the beach, in the seaside town of Cattolica, on the less frequented North East Coast of Italy, Carducci 76 has the benefit of a layering of outdoor spaces, that allow it to operate as its own little world, away from the masses that Cattolica attracts in the summer. It is an oasis of sophisticated modernity and cool contemporary lifestyle in a beach town, not really known for either.
76 is a fantasy inspired by 'yali', the elegant wooden villas that line the Bosphorus in Istanbul. The restaurant is designed to tempt you with fusion food such as delicately fried tofu served with prawns and baby octopus. Enjoy a glass or two of your favourite cocktail and tantalise your tastebuds with the delicious flavours from the menu.
With individually decorated rooms and suites, be sure to upgrade to the Jacuzzi Suite, where you can indulge in the strong play of colours and the great Japanese influences that surround you – and of course, the relaxing jacuzzi!
Via Giosuè Carducci, 76
Emilia Romagna - Italy
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