Nove Ristorante is nested inside Villa della Pergola, an historical 19th century building filled with the fin de siecle british atmospheres and with an overwhelming seaview on the Gulf of Alassio, immersed in the Botanical Garden, one of the most beautiful Gardens of Italy.
Nove Ristorante has two main dining rooms, seating up to 35 guests, and an outside area with up to 45 guests.
One of the two dining rooms, separated from the main dining room and in the heart of our Restaurant, can be fully reserved and be the perfect place to host an entirely bespoke event for up to 16 guests. An ambiance of tranquility where you can choose whether to dinner around a one big imperial table or having separate tables.
Just a few kilometres away from Sanremo, is Alassio, glorified by the composer Edward Elgar in his infamous symphony “In the south. Alassio”.
Here stands Villa della Pergola, immersed in his renowned Botanical Garden: a realm of nature, taste, and charme.
The history of the Villa is to be looked for back to the late 19 th century, when many british families stayed in Alassio to walk away from the cold and wet english climate, in he pursuit of warmness, beauty and the genuine italian food.
A lot has changed since back then, but Villa della Pergola still remains with its unique atmospheres from that period.
Refined collections of watercolours, Victorian and Edoardian paintings, memorabilia and antiques le tour guests immerse and experience the refined taste and the fin de siecle atmpsheres, in a location full of history, that gave inspiration to artists as Carlo Levi and directors as Alfred Hitchcock and Oscar Guy Green.
Today the Villa is a historical suites relais, part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Built around the end of the 19th century and with a breathtaking view on the sea, I Giardini di Villa della Pergola is a 22.000 mq renowned Botanical Garden. An unique chance to admire the characteristic mediterranean flora along with rare exotic plants.
They are home to valuable collections, including the one of the Wisteria, the most important in Italy, and that of the Agapanthus, the most prestigious in Europe.