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Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

Florence, Italy

At a Glance

  • The Hotel’s Giardino della Gherardesca was owned by Florentine nobility for 500 years. At 4.5 hectares (11 acres), it’s the city’s largest private garden

  • Enjoy mouth-watering regional dishes with a modern twist at the Michelin-starred Il Palagio restaurant

  • Unwind with a relaxing treatment in the wonderful spa, set in the hotel's gardens

  • Opt for a suite to admire the original frescoes, which have been returned to their former glory during the hotel's renovation

  • Explore Florence easily - the hotel is within walking distance of many of the city's main sights

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Best time to Visit

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Florence is an exciting place to visit at any time of the year, and most attractions are open all year round. The best time to visit Florence is in May, early June, late September and October. Days during those months are usually warm, and quite long. July and August are hot and humid with many tourists. Winter can becold, particularly January but it is quiet. Temperatures are more favourable in the spring and autumn months.

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Insider's View

Take off in a hot air balloon from the hotel grounds for a trip over the Tuscan countryside.

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Description

Set in an expansive private walled garden in the center of Florence, the historical buildings of the Four Seasons Florence is where contemporary style meets classical architecture, offering a luxurious stay in the city.

Located on the edge of historic Florence, the Four Seasons Florence transports guests back to the golden era of the Renaissance, while providing contemporary luxury. Surrounded by a private garden which dates back to the 15th century, this is a real oasis at the heart of the city.

The spacious rooms and suites at the Four Seasons Florence are decorated in a classic Italian style, with yellow and olive green tones ensuring rooms feel bright and airy. Many of the rooms offer views across the hotel's extensive park, while a selection of suites incorporate original features of the building in their design, such as antique furnishings and frescoed ceilings.

Four Seasons Florence boasts a selection of dining options, including the Michelin-starred restaurant Il Palagio. This fine dining restaurant serves delicious dishes inspired by the local region, with a contemporary twist. For a more casual dining experience, the Al Fresco and Pool Tree Bar offers drinks and snacks such as pizza throughout the day, to enjoy on the pool deck.

Guests looking to unwind at the Four Seasons Florence can do so in the hotel's spa, where a range of rejuvenating body and facial treatments are on offer, alongside the outdoor whirlpool and relaxing steam room. Enjoy yoga classes or focus on breathing and meditation during a peaceful guided walk of the Four Seasons' gardens.

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Accommodation

The 116 rooms and suites at Four Seasons Florence are designed around the original features of this historic residence. Light tones ensure rooms feel bright and airy, with many offering views across the hotel's extensive gardens. A selection of suites boast antique furnishings in addition to unique features such as beautiful frescoes.

Childcare

Children are very welcome at Four Seasons Florence and there are special amenities available to enhance families' stays. Children will be greeted with a special welcome gift, child-sized bathrobes and slippers, as well as children's bathroom amenities. Children's menus are provided in the restaurants and babysitting is available on request.

Facilities

Four Seasons Florence has a variety of dining options, from the regional dishes served at Michelin-starred Il Palagio restaurant to the casual Al Fresco and Pool Tree Bar, where guests can enjoy pizza and ice cream alongside cocktails. Guests looking to relax with a drink can also enjoy the comfortable sofas of the Atrium Bar.

Activities

Four Seasons Florence is surrounded by many of the city's main sights, including the Accademia Gallery and the iconic Duomo. Soak up the art and culture in this historic city or simply unwind in the Four Seasons Florence spa with relaxing therapies, yoga classes or guided walks through the hotel's picturesque gardens.

Experiences

  • Classic Walking Tour of Florence

    Explore the city's most famous landmarks with your private guide who will be able to bring these well known sights to life. Highlights include Cathedral Square and the iconic Duomo, the Accademia Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio.

  • Gelato making workshop

    Discover the traditional art of gelato making with a workshop in one of Florence's gelaterias. Get creative as you combine fresh ingredients to make your favorite ice cream, with guidance from the experts!

  • Tour the Uffizi Gallery

    Discover some of the most famous artworks and step back into Renaissance Florence; the epicenter of art and culture. Visiting the Uffizi Gallery is a must do, offering a chance to see the beautiful works of Botticelli and Michelangelo.

Location & directions

Florence, Italy

Four Seasons Florence is located on the edge of the city center, within walking distance of sights such as the Accademia and Florence's Duomo.

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