Housed in a historical residence dating back to the 19th century, the hotel has a new, resplendent look following an extensive nine-month refurbishment by. Boasting design elements including vaulted ceilings, marble bathrooms, silk wall coverings, and antique furniture, the hotel is befitting of its majestic city surroundings.
Modern artworks created especially for the hotel by locally born artist Marco Lanza have been added to the ground-floor entrance hall, the gallery and the lounge bar, depicting details of original paintings of Caterina de’ Medici that now hang in the Uffizi Gallery.
The hotel’s 99 guestrooms and suites offer the perfect mix of traditional features and contemporary finishes with parquet flooring, mood lighting, USB outlets and modernized bathrooms. Almost all guestrooms have balconies or terraces offering stunning views of Florence’s iconic monuments.
Sina Villa Medici’s prime location provides guests with the perfect opportunity to discover the city with iconic sites such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Duomo just a stone’s throw away, whilst the hotel’s lush, private gardens and swimming pool offer a verdant oasis in which to relax and unwind. Guests can take their relaxation one step further at the hotel’s wellness centre, featuring a sauna, steam room, and fitness space.
The hotel’s restaurant, Da’Pescatore, is overseen by award-winning head chef Daniele Pescatore and specialises in fish and seafood dishes, inspired by his Neapolitan roots. Conferences and events are also superbly catered for across the hotel’s five individual conference rooms, measuring from 32 quare metres to 150 square metres, and accommodating between 15 and 100 guests.
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