Borgo Egnazio: See the luxury Italian hotel where Rishi Sunak has escaped for G7 summit

The luxury hotel has six restaurants and four swimming pools

Rishi Sunak has arrived in Italy for the G7 summit, where he is staying in the luxurious Borgo Egnazia hotel, in Puglia.

The hotel, which costs over £1,000 a night, boasts pools, six restaurants and a spa, where guests can enjoy a curated programme created by therapists, dancers and musicians.

A luxury resort, aimed at wealthy holidaymakers from families to those wanting time to relax and get away from busy lives, the hotel has four swimming pools, each created from natural local materials.

It also has a Michelin-starred restaurant, championship golf course and two beach clubs with private beaches – one sandy, one pebbly.

The G7 party, who will be staying for three nights over the summit, will be treated to a musical performance by Andrea Bocelli.