Hotel Savoy, a Rocco Forte Hotel
Hotel Savoy offers luxury and style in the heart Florence, with the Ponte Vecchio, the Uffizi and the Duomo all within easy reach. At the Hotel Savoy you will experience the highest standards of cuisine and impeccable service.
At a Glance
Great location on Piazza della Repubblica
This is a very family friendly option with the hotel offering a children's program with activities like cooking, craft and even basic Italian
The small fitness center is a bonus for a city center hotel
Hotel Savoy pays tribute to Florence's fashion heritage and is a very stylish accommodation choice
The hotel's reception areas and restaurant are small so you will find yourself venturing out in search of an aperitif or supper, of which your choices are endlessScott Dunn team
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The family-friendly Hotel Savoy is elegantly styled by Olga Polizzi in her trademark neutrals; the interior pays tribute to Florence's fashion heritage with quirky images of shoes throughout the hotel. Each one of the 80 rooms and suites at Hotel Savoy are stylishly designed to offer maximum comfort with deeply comfortable beds and classic marble and mosaic bathrooms complete with Rocco Forte's exclusive range of Italian bathroom products.
Synonymous with the Rocco Forte Hotels brand, at the Hotel Savoy you will experience the highest standards of cuisine and impeccable service. Irene Restaurant is among the most popular restaurants in Florence offering views over the Piazza Republica and, during summer, the chance to dine outdoors and absorb Florence's pleasant cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The Hotel Savoy offers a Fitness Center equipped with the latest machines and boasts fantastic views of Florence to make your workout more enjoyable and to take your mind off the task at hand.
Each one of the Hotel Savoy's 80 rooms and suites are decorated in a typical contemporary Italian style with carefully chosen ceramics, artworks and fabrics. Crisp linen sheets adorn the beds and the floors are parquet. Special mosaics decorate the bathrooms and quirky prints of shoes are on the walls throughout the hotel - a charming reminder of Florence's many artisans.
Children of all ages are very welcome to come and stay at Hotel Savoy. The hotel has a great children's program where your child can take part in anything from games to cooking and learning some Italian. There is a dedicated guided tour of Florence called "My Happy Florence", "The World of Italian Soccer" tour around the stadium and museum complete with customized shirt and the ancient armoury collection at the Stibbert Museum. There are several interconnecting rooms and suites suitable for families and there is a specially designed wholesome child's menu.
The fashionable Irene Restaurant overlooks Piazza della Repubblica, arguably one of the most beautiful piazzas in the city, and you can dine on the terrace during the warmer months and pick up the wonderful atmosphere from the piazza. Here you can savour some of Italy's food at its best.
The fitness center at the hotel with its wonderful city views makes your workout much more enjoyable!
The professional concierge service at the hotel will assist, arrange and advise on activities you can partake in during your stay at Hotel Savoy. You can explore the wonders of Florence with its abundance of art galleries, fashion boutiques, treasure filled churches and endless eateries. A great way to see Florence is to go on a cycling tour, you can see much more of it in a shorter space of time.
Location & Directions
Hotel Savoy is centrally located in the very heart of Florence on the historic Piazza della Repubblica, just steps away from Florence's major attractions, the fashion houses, museums and galleries.
When to go
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. Since most Italians leave their hot cities in the summer, many restaurants are closed in Florence.
Winter can get cold, particularly January but it is quiet. Temperatures are more favourable in the spring and autumn months.