Awash with classical lines and rich
detail that stands up to the closest inspection, Hotel Savoy has
luxury in bundles, and is handily situated for local attractions
such as the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, as well as more sartorial
ones, from where the hotel's interior designer, Olga Polizzi, took
inspiration - there are nods to fashion here and there, woven
amongst the contemporary-classic Italian décor. Dining here is
exquisite, with The Savoy's restaurant, L'Incontro being one of the
most popular in town, and with very good reason.
Rescued from decay in the late 1990's by Sir Rocco Forte, the
Savoy is a stylish, contemporary designer destination and one
of the city's most popular, attracting both leisure clientele
and its fair share of celebs. Located in the heart of Florence,
just a short stroll from Florence's key attractions and the
main fashion houses, it is the ideal base from which
A stylish and calm ambience prevails inside with notes of
dark wood, splashes of loud pattern and colour and striking
modern art set against a palette of neutral beige and cream.
The rooms aren't massive, but are beautifully styled with
ceramics, crisp linen and special mosaics in the
Among the most popular restaurants in town, the
informal L'Incontro Bar & Restaurant, with tables set out
in the busy piazza, serves modern Tuscan food (such as pasta
with artichokes and scorpion fish) and is great for
people-watching in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Florence.
Resort facts & prices
Accommodation: 102 Rooms & Suites. All
rooms include individually controlled air-conditioning,
mini-bar, individual safe, International direct dial
telephone, satellite TV and complimentary tea/coffee
Transfer: 20 minutes from Florence Airport or 1
hour from Pisa Airport.
Official Star Rating: 5 Star.
Price £ per person Including economy flights
and transfers. Flight & room upgrades also available on
Classic Room - Bed & Breakfast
3 Nights from £1195 - High Season
3 Nights from £845 - Low Season