Stroll the city’s biggest private garden – a tranquil haven of statues, fountains and centuries-old trees – or retire to your suite where frescoes line the walls amid original architectural features. Our historic Hotel, with its Michelin-starred Italian restaurant and a locally inspired Spa where you can spend afternoons in pure indulgence, is just steps away from the cultural heart of Florence.
99 Borgo Pinti Florence 50121 Italy
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Frustratingly in a pedestrian city, the hotel is far enough away from the center that you need to take a taxi to get anywhere. When we arrived, we were greeted by and had to pole vault over a sea of cheap suitcases flooding the entrance. Clearly a very large group was either arriving or departing. I understand travelling with cheap luggage, especially the way airlines throw bags around, but when hotel rooms start at $1k/night and you don’t see a single Rimowa suitcase, it usually means other guests are paying less for their room. A lot less. It’s never a nice feeling. The common areas were fine without being great. We could have been anywhere. The staff seemed nice but all were too busy looking after a large event to even get us a cup of tea. It was unfortunate to be at the hotel at the same time, as a big group, but equally a property of this calibre should be able to cope. The gardens are large and beautiful and the pool must be wonderful in summer, when I can see this being a nice urban resort / getaway.
Most beautiful hotel with choicest art, wonderful architecture , boutique shopping and amazing history. Stayed for 5 nights. Personalised impeccable service, good food, incredible & helpful concierge. The staff went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable.
I recently stayed at the Four Seasons and had a very enjoyable stay for the week I was there. The hotel is situated in a beautiful palazzo with Renaissance architecture, intricate ceilings and art to be seen every corner you look. The central lobby of the hotel with the magnificent statue, luxurious furnishings and all the wonderful shops that line the corridors with is most impressive. The bar is always a perfect place to be. Comfortable luxury furniture, great cocktails and live music daily. The vintage negroni is a must. The gardens are beautifully kept and are such a peaceful thing to look at from your room and to walk in, especially after a busy day in the centre of the city. The rooms of the hotel have large marble bathrooms with separate marble clad shower rooms and separate toilet and bidet rooms. Some even have a roll top bath with large windows which can open up with views across the lovely gardens. My particular room also had a spectacular view of the Duomo, which was unexpected. The rooms themselves, besides the bathrooms, perhaps could do with a little renovation to bring it more up to date but nothing too drastic as the classical design is perfect for such an historical building in such an historical city. Breakfast was always of a very high standard, with perfect pastries and eggs with the most wonderful bright yolks. Service is always attentive and friendly. Despite some reviews of this hotel, I found the hotel to be pleasantly central, with the duomo and Piazza della Signoria a leisurely stroll away. Yet the hotel is on the edge of the centre enough to enjoy the peace and quiet of the acres of garden and the sounds of fountains and birds tweeting, it’s really quite tranquil. The Four Seasons in Florence is certainly the best option for a hotel in the city and I look forward to returning in the future. I thoroughly recommend this beautiful hotel for anyone visiting Florence.