Longing for Florence! Here are the 5 star hotels open in the city
The temples of hospitality in Florence to experience the city like never before
Temples of high hospitality, ambassadors of taste and beauty and magical places, made of unique views, ancient buildings and unforgettable proposals. Place to be from which to experience Florence from a privileged and exclusive perspective. There are those who have never closed, such as the Hotel Bernini Palace, luxurious hotel overlooking Palazzo Vecchio.
Some have reopened in June and July and some in the last few days.
Here is an updated point on the 5 star hotels open in Florence.
The Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, flagship of one of the world's most important companies in the high hotel industry, opened its doors on June 19 and is preparing, starting September 9, to restart at full capacity also with Il Palagio, the hotel's starred restaurant, which returns to flank the Atrium Bar, no longer only in the evening upon reservation, but from Wednesday to Saturday.
Also in June, Portrait Firenze, one of the jewels of the Lungarno Collection Group, owned by the Ferragamo family, reopened, romantically overlooking the Arno river, with its Caffè dell'Oro, the company's Italian bistro, overlooking Ponte Vecchio.
The Helvetia & Bristol Firenze - Starhotels Collection, a historic home with timeless charm located in the heart of the city and has always been a favorite meeting place for travelers and Florentines who can enjoy the delicacies of the Baretto del Bristol and its charming open-air lounge overlooking Palazzo Strozzi.
And Villa Cora, aristocratic residence, also surrounded by a magnificent secular park, the one that dominates the Boboli Gardens, on the hills just outside the historic center of Florence.
Remaining on the rolling hills surrounding the city, the Belmond Villa San Michele, a former medieval monastery now an exclusive hotel, returned to welcome its guests on July 9. While Villa La Massa took advantage of the lockdown to carry out some renovations and make the structure even more beautiful, it showed its elegant new features - such as L'Oliveto, the brand new bistro, housed in the newly renovated old barn by the pool - from July 29th.
Returning to the city center, July saw the reopening of JK Place Firenze and its restaurant, in Piazza Santa Maria Novella, and The Westin Excelsior Firenze, of the Marriott International group, with its now iconic Sesto on Arno.
Recently, on August 26th, the exclusive Hotel Lungarno reopened, a wonderful place of style and hospitality overlooking the Arno, also signed by Lungarno Collection.
This Thursday, September 3, a new chapter in hospitality signed by Rocco Forte, which is ready to open the doors of the Hotel Savoy in Piazza della Repubblica, with special experience proposals.
While the reopening of the Baglioni Relais Santa Croce Florence, a noble 18th century residence in Via Ghibellina, is scheduled for mid-September.