Palazzo Vecchio in Florence
The Palazzo Vecchio is one of Florence's undisputed symbols and has long been the seat of power, since its construction at the end of the thirteenth century, born from the desire to house the Priori in a protected and privileged manner. It first became (and was named) "old" only in 1565 when the Duke Cosimo moved the seat of power to the then "new" Palazzo Pitti.
Today the Palazzo Vecchio is host to a stately museum with a spectacular exhibition of the sixteenth century, and other environments of great historical interest, such as courtyards and rooms. Also of note is the start of the Vasari Corridor, which leads to the Pitti Palace via an overhead passageway.
Our hotel in Florence is the ideal base for a stay that is exclusive, luxurious, in the spirit and in the authentic atmosphere of Palazzo Vecchio and many other museums and attractions, including the world famous Uffizi in Florence.
Without doubt, this city has a soul that is decidedly unique, the cradle of Humanism and the Renaissance, ideal for a holiday that you will remember forever. A gift that should be appreciated to the utmost, in a unique corner like the Golden Tower in Piazza Strozzi, in what was once the residence of Filippo Strozzi, one of the most important and famous figures of the city.
Instead of trying one of the more traditional hotels in Florence, give yourself the privilege of a special stay, here right in the centre, in a boutique hotel with a wellness spa.
You will thus be able to enjoy marvels both inside and outside of your room, and after a walk in the Boboli Gardens, in the courtyard of Santa Maria Novella, towards the Duomo and the Medici Chapels and the many other wonders, witnesses of an unforgettable era, your return here will be softened by hydromassage, Turkish bath, sauna and aromatised showers with tropical effects.