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A bastion of true Renaissance luxury in a bustling city, the Four Seasons treats all guests like they’re the master of the house. Full review →
Magnificent hotel created from a 15th-century palazzo and a 16th-century convent, filled with museum-quality art. Full review →
From the American doorman in, service is impeccable, and the hotel is good with important little details like the freshly squeezed pineapple juice at breakfast.
The 11-acre botanical garden that is home to these two restored Renaissance buildings—a fifteenth-century palazzo and a sixteenth-century convent—is "like heaven." Full review →
Frescoes, bas-reliefs and original decorations give it a museum-like gravitas, yet the attentive service makes it feel like home.
Seven years of restoration have turned this 15th-century palazzo in Florence's center into a luxury hotel where no two guest rooms are alike. Full review →
You’d never guess that the unassuming walls of Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, which lies just outside of Florence’s city center, hide a sumptuous Renaissance-era palace. But upon entering... Full review →The Rooms Choose from two buildings at the stunning Florence hotel: the Palazzo della Gherardesca, a converted 15th-century palace, or the Conventino, a former 16th-century convent.
Perhaps the finest Four Seasons in Europe. Full review →
The property has 117 uniquely different guest rooms and suites that offer a variety of different views of the city. Full review →
Two Renaissance palazzi – the Gherardesca and the Conventino – have been converted by the Four Seasons group to become a new contender for the title of Florence’s top hotel. Full review →
Extremely elegant... A truly exclusive place to stay.
In the 500-year-old Palazzo della Gherardesca, the Four Seasons is one of Florence’s most luxurious hotels, combining Renaissance-era opulence with signature Four Seasons service. Full review →
A palpable primer painting Florence's zenith, this hotel is a living museum with human scale and ample human touches. Unlike Palazzo Niccolini Al Duomo, with its roped off antiques and... Full review →Guests can choose Chianti massages with wine fragrance and iris flower treatments for skin.
As soon as you walk into the lobby – a Renaissance loggia, decorated with original bas reliefs and stuccoes – you realise that this is no ordinary luxe kip. Full review →
Following a massive building restoration, Florence’s 116-room Four Seasons hotel opened in June 2008. Full review →
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