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Why Stay At Il Salviatino
Live like a Renaissance prince in a frescoed villa with skyline views from the edge of Florence.
In the 14th century, the noble Florentine Salviati family built a sumptuous country villa on Florence's northeastern outskirts. In 2010, after two years of renovations that revealed long-lost frescoes on the ceilings and hidden pathways twisting through the gardens, Marcello Pigozzo reopened the villa as a hotel. The 45 accommodations are exquisitely appointed with Tuscan linens, original art, and timeless modern furnishings that complement the Renaissance surroundings. Il Salviatino manages to be away from it all—rising just high enough up the foothills climbing toward Fiesole to enjoy a skyline view—yet convenient to the sights downtown (via a short taxi ride or brief stroll to a city bus stop). The property also features a split-level pool, two restaurants serving classic Tuscan cuisine, and Italy's only Devarana spa. Visit Property Website
The Affresco Suite comes with your own private frescoes; if you're sticking with a double room, book a Dome View de Luxe to enjoy a Florentine panorama from your bed.
The brick-vaulted Green House Suites may not be in the main villa, but they are much larger than most rooms and provide more privacy, and feature floor-to-ceiling glass entrances directly onto the gardens.
Arrive at Florence Airport (FLR), which is approximately 10 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.Via del Salviatino 21, Florence, Tuscany, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa On Property
- Art Collection
- Complimentary Wireless Internet
- Culinary School
- Private Gardens
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Coffee + Tea
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Air Conditioning
- Individually Designed Rooms
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Wine Cellar
- Bar + Lounge
- All hotel taxes & hotel fees
- 2-person occupancy
- Breakfast a' la carte
- Welcome drink
- Seasonal in-room amenities
- In-room soft drinks bar
Why We Love Florence
Gelato, wine, and art. All the best in the world. All in one day. (Or, spread out over how ever many days you wish).
Top Restaurant: Ristorante Cibrèo. Refined Tuscan cookery so classic there isn't even any pasta or bistecca fiorentina on the menu. Via del Verrocchio 8r; 39-055-234-1100; dinner for two $120. Read More
Best Cocktail Spot: Capocaccia. See-and-be-seen lounge along the Arno with snacks by day and chic Florentines spilling into the street by night. Lungarno Corsini 12-14r; 39-055-210-751; drinks for two $30.
Best Shopping: Madova Gloves. The Donnini family has been Florence's premier glove maker since 1919, offering perfect fits on butter-soft leather gloves. Via Guicciardini 1r; 39-055-239-6526. Read More
Why Go Now
March 10-13, 2011
Check out this unusual art tour in Florence, with events curated by Italy's most prominent art experts.
April 28, 2011 - May 1, 2011
Firenze Tango Festival
Join tango workshops and watch tango performances by dancers from all over the world.
June 1-6, 2011
Celebrate electronic music and digital art at Florence's Cascine Park.