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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Hotel Granduca: a luxury Houston hotel with Italian elegance

The Italian-born real estate developer, Giorgio Borlenghi, created a classic hotel masterpiece in Houston that has an authentic Italian villa style.
His inspiration for the Hotel Granduca was the grand Tuscan palace of Adalberto Malatesta, the Grand Duke of Monfallito in the 16th century.
View from our Hotel Granduca room our room of the inviting pool and hot tub area
The hotel includes 126 rooms ranging in size from studios to large 3-bedroom suites for extended stays, and recently joined the prestigious membership of the Leading Hotels of the World.

Read more of our memorable stay in our feature on the Hotel Granduca. Look for more in our best of Houston series.
The complimentary breakfast at the Hotel Granduca is memorable, with 14 fresh fruits available, an assortment of pastries, cereals, eggs, and fresh coffee.

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