Grand Hotel Baglioni Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Florence is one of the most historic and romantic cities in Italy. Cozy up with your amore at these romantic hotels for two: Housed in the former residences of the Bertolini princes, the Grand Hotel Baglioni lives up to the grand image painted by Florence's past. The hotel is filled with heavy-handed regal touches and ornate decor from top to bottom; the effect is unquestionably romantic. The rooftop garden is one of the most scenic spots in Florence.

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 Florence is one of the most historic and romantic cities in Italy. Cozy up with your amore at these romantic hotels for two:
Housed in the former residences of the Bertolini princes, the Grand Hotel Baglioni lives up to the grand image painted by Florence's past. The hotel is filled with heavy-handed regal touches and ornate decor from top to bottom; the effect is unquestionably romantic. The rooftop garden is one of the most scenic spots in Florence.
Florence is one of the most historic and romantic cities in Italy. Cozy up with your amore at these romantic hotels for two:
Housed in the former residences of the Bertolini princes, the Grand Hotel Baglioni lives up to the grand image painted by Florence's past. The hotel is filled with heavy-handed regal touches and ornate decor from top to bottom; the effect is unquestionably romantic. The rooftop garden is one of the most scenic spots in Florence. Couples will love the Golden Spa at this luxury boutique, which features specially lighted whirlpools. Swanky guestrooms blend contemporary Italian furnishings, sumptuous fabrics, and rustic architectural details. This 102-room hotel known for personalized service and contemporary style is very popular with couples. Neutral tones and tasteful fabrics create an elegant look, and are livened up by colorful artwork throughout. The attached L'Incontro Bar and Restaurant features a renowned Tuscan menu created by Michelin-starred Chef Fulvio Pierangelini and a chic dining room that spills out onto the piazza during summer months. The Hotel Brunelleschi is a historic boutique property that's on the higher end of the price scale -- for good reason. The 95 rooms are of average size by Florence standards, and have lovely, classic decor -- wood floors, crisp white linens, wall panel molding, and in suites, four-poster canopy beds (though some rooms have contemporary touches, such as dramatic headboards). It's a lovely boutique choice for couples, in a convenient location for first-time visitors to Florence, just a short walk away from high-end shopping and popular museums, and the train station. This intimate, family-run boutique is ideal for those seeking an authentic, romantic stay in Florence within easy reach of tourist sights. Built centuries ago as the home of a Florentine merchant family, this property was inherited through marriage by the Niccolinis in 1891. They have kept its historic charm intact, having preserved the wood-beamed ceilings and frescoed walls. Many rooms have large windows that feature stunning views of the iconic Duomo across the street. If asked to picture a postcard version of Florence, the views from the Grand Hotel Minerva are most likely what would come to mind. The lovely rooftop pool and terrace offer up some of the most picturesque views in the city, and many rooms have balconies offering similarly excellent outlooks (most balconies have great views of the Santa Maria Novella Plaza, and those on higher floors have spectacular views of Florence's skyline). The understated exterior of the UNA Hotel Vittoria belies the funky, ultra-modern decor found inside this 84-room property. The hotel's eclectic style is hard to peg: Plastic furniture can be found in common areas, while Renaissance-style paintings adorn dark, atmospheric hallways. The design elements are definitely distinctive, and it will most likely be appreciated by hip travelers with an eye for aesthetics. This 16th-century property features a distinguished facade -- and an impressive history to match. Together with the famed Spedale degli Innocenti building, it forms one of Florence's most stunning Renaissance-era architectural complexes. Beautiful arches and columns make for an impressive exterior and the feeling of grandeur continues inside, with wood-beamed ceilings and parquet floors throughout. Rooms aren't quite luxurious, but feel romantic and feature antique furnishings, flat-screen TVs, and air-conditioning. The Hotel Regency is a 35-room luxury boutique with an unpretentious, friendly atmosphere. Elements such as ornate wallpaper, dramatic drapes, and tray ceilings give the rooms old-world charm, but decor varies, and most rooms are in need of updating. The exterior of the hotel looks like a stately residence, and has decorative ironwork. Inside, comfortable couches and rich colors dominate the decor, and there is a lovely private garden where guests can dine.
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