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Set in the breathtakingly beautiful Italian seaside town of Portofino during the "Roaring 20s," Season 2 begins in the summer of 1927 as Bella Ainsworth is still devoting all her energy into making Hotel Portofino a success.

Bella, Lucian, and others partake in the folly and thrills of the casino’s grand opening.
During the big casino gala, an act of masculine bravado threatens the Hotel’s future.
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Funding for Hotel Portofino is provided by Viking.
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Bella has more immediate worries than her son's prospective marriage.
Signor Danioni worms his way into the Ainsworths' affairs.
Young hotel inhabitants let their hair down; Cecil and Jack shake on a shady sale.
Danioni gives a compromising letter to Bella's husband, and the heirloom goes missing.
Guests and employees become suspects in the missing heirloom investigation.
The mystery of the missing heirloom is resolved.
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A tour of Hotel Portofino. This video was recorded prior to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.
Bella schemes to thwart Cecil’s plans to wrestle control of the Hotel away from her.
Bella must decide whether to accept her no-good husband Cecil back into her life, or not.
Bella must decide whether to accept her no-good husband Cecil back into her life, or not.
Bella must decide whether to accept her no-good husband Cecil back into her life, or not.
Bella’s new friend and design partner meets Cecil upon his unexpected return to the hotel.
Rose and Alice return to Portofino. Cecil schemes to take control of the Hotel.
Cecil clashes with local gangsters. Emotions between Lucian and Constance come to a head.
Cecil tries to buy Bella’s affections. Lucian and Constance acknowledge their attraction.
Step into the 1920s at the Italian Riviera for drama and mystery in the aftermath of WWI.