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Grand Hotel Villa Cora

Grand Hotel Villa Cora Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A luxury hotel with history and style just south of the center of Florence, the Villa Cora was built in the late 1860s by Baron Oppenheim, a German financier, and was restored in 2010. It is part of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux fellowship of hotels and restaurants. With a unique heated outdoor pool and a subterranean spa, the special property is a good spot for both relaxation and sightseeing. Those who are up for it can walk a little more than a mile and a half to attractions in the center of Florence, including the Duomo, but the hotel also offers a free shuttle. The hotel provides a fairly good value for its class and amenities.
Argentario Resort Golf & Spa

Argentario Resort Golf & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This high-end resort is perfect for a relaxing getaway and offers excellent sport and recreational facilities. Though the golf course is the star attraction, many non-golfers come to enjoy the scenic beauty of the sea and rugged landscape of pine groves and mountains. The gym has modern equipment and there is a choice of indoor pool or outdoor pool. At the chic Espace Wellness Center, a variety of face and body treatments are available. Beaches are about a 10-minute drive from the hotel, and visitors should be expect fees for chairs and umbrellas. This is not a family-oriented spot as the kids playroom could use some refurbishing and there is no organized kids program.
Four Seasons Hotel Florence

Four Seasons Hotel Florence Rating: 5.0 Pearls

In the 500-year-old Palazzo della Gherardesca, the 116-room Four Seasons is one of Florence’s most luxurious hotels, combining Renaissance-era opulence with signature Four Seasons service. Guests get exclusive access to the 11-acre Giardino della Gherardesca, one of the city’s largest private gardens, along with three restaurants, an outdoor pool, and a spa. Rooms and suites range from large and comfortable to huge and palatial. A former convent across the park has 36 guest rooms that provide a more private stay. It’s definitely a splurge, and the best that Florence has to offer for those who aren't worried about price.
Palazzo Magnani Feroni

Palazzo Magnani Feroni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 12-room Renaissance-era palace just south of the Arno River preserves the atmosphere of living in an ancient private residence. The five-pearl property features a dozen large suites with original architectural features and antiques. Prices are on par with similar historic properties farther away from the city center, such as the Grand Hotel Villa Cora. Though there are plenty of places to eat in the neighborhood, one downside is that the hotel doesn't have a restaurant.
The Westin Excelsior Florence

The Westin Excelsior Florence Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This converted 12th-century mansion in a beautiful square on the banks the River Arno is one of the more historic hotels in the center of Florence. Some of the 171 elegant, luxurious rooms, including one that’s a favorite of actress Sophia Loren, overlook the river and have private balconies. The sixth-floor restaurant has stunning 360-degree views of the city and river. The decor blends classic, historical touches with modern sophistication. Just note that there is no spa, which some guests may expect at a hotel of this category.
The St. Regis Florence

The St. Regis Florence Rating: 5.0 Pearls

One of Florence's iconic hotels, The St. Regis oozes elegance and old-world charm. Housed in a historic palace designed by Filippo Brunelleschi of Duomo fame, the hotel evokes the city's artistic splendor in its magnificent interiors. Guest rooms and public spaces are bedecked with elements like coffered ceilings, gilt mirrors, frescoes, and chandeliers. In-room amenities include big flat-screen TVs, Bose stereos with iPod docks, ultra-comfy beds, and marble bathrooms. The St. Regis prides itself on its impeccable service standards and features multilingual concierge staff, plus butler service for suites. Property facilities include a superb Tuscan restaurant and small day spa. Situated in an elegant area on the north bank of the Arno, the hotel is within a 10-minute stroll of the Piazza di Santa Maria Novella, Santa Maria Novella train station, and Ponte Vecchio Bridge.


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