Grand Hotel Florence

09 Jul, 2009

The Grandeur of Tuscany

Grand Hotel Florence

Grand Hotel Florence is an exquisite example of 18th century palace architecture. This important Florentine historical landmark over looks the Arno River. Each of the rooms displays some of the most beautiful examples of the period art. The decorative touches only enhance the beauty of the marble inlays, and the incredible frescoes. A true reflection of Tuscany.

You will enjoy the Florentine history in the Grand Hotel, with your choice of 107 rooms. The most enchanting rooms have balconies overlooking the Winter Garden, the center court of the hotel. While gazing over the balcony, you can almost see the knights standing guard, and the maidens bustling about. Other rooms still have the same breathtaking elegance the Kings would have enjoyed. You will be awe struck by the beauty of the city outside your balcony. Although the hotel has been completely restored, yet it has not lost its old world charm and elegance. The large rooms have all the comforts of home and the most luxurious beds.

If you care to dine on the terrace, the InCanto will serve you some of the finest Italian cuisine prepared by Chef Fabrizio Innocenti . With an in-house collection of over 300 wines, you are sure to find one you will enjoy with dinner or while your relaxing on the hotel terrace.

From the Grand Hotel Florence, you can enjoy the Renaissance Square, or the Ponte Vecchio, as well as The Belvedere, and the Chiesa del Cestello. It has an excellent location near some of the most famous museums and cultural attractions. The concierge will be more than happy to help you plan for whatever cultural, musical, or sport event you wish to attend.

The guest services including 24-hour room service, childcare services, safe deposit boxes and mini bars. The professional staff can help you with our complete business services, Banquets or meetings. Come enjoy the flavor of Tuscany.

Grand Hotel Florence

Grand Hotel Florence

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