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From opera houses backstage to the front desk of the boutique Oasi Hotel in Levanto…

Years ago, I did not know why I got persuaded to leave my life between opera houses, complicated and passionate schedules, rehearsals, auditions, performances, and travels to get back to my own region, Liguria, and manage the new venture undertaken by my family, the Oasi Hotel, a romantic boutique hotel in Levanto.

This small Levanto hotel is the realization of my parents’ dream, Lella and Claudio.

Fruit of immense sacrifices, which sometimes seem never-ending (especially to my brother Fabio and myself), but also a source of small and great satisfaction…

After a troubled period of design and construction, we opened our doors on July 12th, 2008. Everything is not like in our dreams, but season by season, we try to improve and perfect details, not despairing of reaching our initial goal, our ideal… but then, an ideal can remain the same over time?!

The Oasi Hotel

We have fourteen rooms, on two floors. Those on the ground floor have direct access to the garden, while those on the first floor may have a balcony or not.
Our rooms do not have numbers, but letters… because we prefer the font and design style and because we love details (even the useless ones), they are not in alphabetical order but were chosen based on how beautiful the letter looks to us.

Being a party of four, unanimous decisions would have required too many uncomfortable compromises. We established only one: everyone had to pick furnishings, accessories, and tones for a certain number of rooms, and that’s why there have different styles. No need to say that “my rooms” are the nicest 😛

In short, we sincerely believe that the Oasi Hotel in Levanto offers a warm and cozy atmosphere, perfect for summer holidays or a relaxing getaway off-season.

To learn more about it, you can check the homemade Oasi Hotel website.

The Oasi Hotel, my own boutique hotel in Levanto (Cinque Terre)
Claudio, Lella, Fabio e Silvia

PS Actually we are five!
The mascot of the hotel is Atena, like the goddess… it is a female Alpenländische Dachsbracke. She is supposed to be a wild boar hunting dog, but she actually is a “princess of the couch”, whose only contact with wild animals could be if cooked and served in her bowl  😉

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Silvia's Trips

Hi there! My name is Silvia and after 15 years between the Paris Opera and the Palau de les Arts in Valencia I now run a boutique hotel in Cinque Terre, deal with tourism management and blogging, sail, horse-ride, play guitar and write about my solo trips around the world. For more info about me and my travel blog check my full bio.