Longing for Florence! Here are the reopening dates of the best hotels in the city
The temples of hospitality in Florence to experience the city like never before
The city reopens showing itself in a new, more intimate and quiet, which makes even more appreciate its incredible beauty.
With the great museums, even the most exclusive hotels reopen their doors to give the opportunity to live this special experience. Temples of high hospitality, ambassadors of taste and beauty and magical places, made of unique views, ancient buildings and unforgettable proposals.
The reopening of Portrait Firenze, one of the jewels of the Lungarno Collection Group, owned by the Ferragamo family and romantically overlooking Ponte Vecchio, was announced on June 1st.
The Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, flagship of one of the world's most important companies in the high hotel industry, will reopen its doors on June 19. Together with the hotel, the new ad hoc proposals of the restaurants. In the Atrium Bar and its terraces overlooking the magnificent Gherardesca Garden, you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner, also enjoy a tea or an aperitif from 9 am to midnight. For those who are looking for the starry experience of the Palagio, every evening there is an exclusive table with a special tasting menu designed by Chef Vito Mollica.
Those who want to relive the iconic Sunday Brunch can do it directly at home from June 27th.
The Helvetia & Bristol Firenze - Starhotels Collezione reopened on June 3rd. This historic residence with its timeless charm is located in the heart of the city and has always been a favourite meeting place for travellers and Florentines who can now return to enjoy the delicacies of the Baretto del Bristol and its charming open-air lounge overlooking Palazzo Strozzi.
On June 29th, Villa Cora, an aristocratic residence, also surrounded by a magnificent centuries-old park, the one overlooking the Boboli Gardens, on the hills at the gates of Florence's historic center, will open.
Remaining on the rolling hills surrounding the city, the Belmond Villa San Michele, a former medieval monastery now an exclusive hotel, is ready to welcome its guests from July 9. While Villa La Massa has taken advantage of the lockdown to carry out some renovations and make the structure even more beautiful, whose opening on July 1, with new formulas studied ad hoc. It will then reopen directly after the summer season the elegant Il Salviatino.
Returning to the historic center, is scheduled for July 3 the reopening of JK Place Firenze and its restaurant in Piazza Santa Maria Novella, on July 9 that of The Westin Excelsior Firenze, Marriott International group
And for September 3 that of the Hotel Savoy in Piazza della Repubblica.
While the reopening date of the Baglioni Relais Santa Croce Florence, noble residence of the XVIII century in via Ghibellina, is scheduled for September 1st.
Finally, a 5 star hotel that has never closed in recent months, the Hotel Bernini Palace, luxurious hotel overlooking Palazzo Vecchio.