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Hotel Savoy, a Rocco Forte Hotel

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Hotel Savoy, a Rocco Forte Hotel

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Florence, Italy

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: The elegant Hotel Savoy is one of the gems of Rocco Forte Hotels. Uniquely located on Piazza della Repubblica in the heart of Florence’s city center, the hotel is built on the site where the Mercato Vecchio and the Church of San Tommaso once stood. The most iconic monuments as well as the finest designer boutiques are all within reach.

A feeling of discreet luxury pervades the building’s interior decor, celebrating Italian craftsmanship with artworks inspired by the local fashion houses. One hundred-two guest rooms, including the fourteen indulgent signature suites, are decorated by Olga Polizzi in a classic contemporary style featuring carefully chosen sculptures, artworks, and photography. The two-bedroom newly refurbished Repubblica, located on the piano nobile, is the most prestigious suite of the hotel and enjoys a spectacular view overlooking the Piazza square.

To make your stay even more comfortable, indulge in an exclusive in-suite spa treatment in the privacy of Signoria and Brunelleschi suites, both equipped with Turkish baths. A panoramic gym with views overlooking the Duomo is always open. Hotel Savoy has recently launched Irene, a retro-chic, Florentine bistro offering healthy reinventions of Tuscan classics by the celebrated chef, Fulvio Pierangelini.

UNIQUE SUITE ACCESS™ EXPERIENCE/AMENITY: Guests enjoy a tailor made destination amenity in accordance with the seasons.

DESTINATION TIP: The award-winning Pinocchio Experience is a fun and educational workshop that creates lasting memories for young travelers. Young guests learn to personalize a piece of wood inspired by Carlo Collodi's famous novel. Those interested in the city culture can embrace one-on-one opera singing lessons or painting classes organized by the hotel. During the warmer months, the best way to visit Florence an eco-friendly tour with the Velorbis bicycles—custom designed by the famous Danish bike maker. Food lovers can attend a cooking lesson with celebrity Chef Fulvio Pierangelini at Riccardo Barthel’s Desinare.

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