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Matera is a very interesting city , staying in one of the hotels run by the Sextantio Group is a must.
The hotel group has a mission: to save the territorial identity of small villages in Italy including the landscape, history, architecture ,always using local...More
Stayed here 2 nights. The town of Matera is a very interesting place where people were living in caves until the 1950’s.
The location of this hotel involves lots of uneven stone steps to get up to the main town or you could get a...More
Fancy something different, unique, romantic and luxurious? Stay in one of the cave rooms at Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita in Matera.
When you first open the door to your cave room, you are guaranteed to have one of those immediately Instagrammable wow moments. The...More
You won't experience anything like this in the world. Not since our stay at a Belmond ( The SAnctuary outside of Macchu Picchu) have we been so blown away by this special place.
First let me say the hospitality rivals any five star hotel with...More
Planning a trip to Italy? Add a quick jaunt to the Basilicata region in Southern Italy and visit the hidden gem, Matera. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site and the winner of the 2019 European Capital of Culture. Matera is renown for its ancient cave...More
Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita in the Sassi di Matera - UNESCO World Heritage Site in Basilicata region - is the most extreme expression of a Historical Minor Heritage. A heritage, which …Morerepresents the almost paradigmatic expression of this Minor History, marked by rocky caves, inhabited until the first years of the fifties. The sassi (stone settlement) have been turned into 18 romantic boutique bedrooms, simply furnished, candlelit and calming. Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita is a cultural project born to bring hospitality experience outside the schematics, not classifiable as "stars" and far from any traditional concept of luxury, so much so that the New York Times deemed it one of “the most extraordinary destinations in the world”, the Times “one of the ten most beautiful hotels on the international scene” and the Tatler guide of Condé Nast has included among “the one hundred most beautiful hotels on the planet”. They talk about the luxury of emotions. Less
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We saw no mosquitos and would not expect nets in an Italian hotel. The environment is hostile to mosquitos with the hotel on a cliff face with no stagnant pools necessary if they are to breed. Caves lit with candles are also... More
We saw no mosquitos and would not expect nets in an Italian hotel. The environment is hostile to mosquitos with the hotel on a cliff face with no stagnant pools necessary if they are to breed. Caves lit with candles are also unattractive to mosquitos. If you are really worried a small canister of insect killer would set your mind at rest