The Bernini Palace Hotel, a luxury 5-star hotel in Florence, is located in a 15th century palace located in the city centre, behind Piazza della Signoria and Galleria degli Uffizi. It is just six minutes from Via Tornabuoni, the most famous street for shopping and about an hour’s drive away you can reach the outlets of major Italian brands such as Prada and Gucci. La Chiostrina, the Hotel’s restaurant, offers a menu of exquisite regional and international dishes, inside a recently restored historic portico from the 1500s that make it a unique dining place in the centre of Florence. It is also possible to sip a good drink at the Lounge Bar. Also nearby are the most exclusive restaurants in the city, such as Enoteca Pinchiorri, Ora d’Aria, and a great variety of typical Florentine restaurants. All the hotel rooms are spacious, with parquet floors and elegantly furnished with magnificent antiques with particular attention to detail, equipped with all modern comforts and free Wi-Fi. Each bed is covered with linen sheets, hypoallergenic duvets and light duvet covers in white cotton satin. The prevailing style of the Tuscan Floor rooms is Renaissance. The beamed ceilings, the four-poster beds, the period decorations and the precious fabrics help create a truly unique, intimate and welcoming atmosphere. The Classic and Superior rooms overlook the internal courtyards or the alleys of Medieval Florence. The rooms on this floor are divided into Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suite and Suite. The Bernini Palace Hotel is now also one of the most exclusive lounges in the city, a favourite destination for business meetings and company conventions. It has a completely refurbished meeting room: the Corsini Room, equipped with natural light, can accommodate up to 40 people. An evocative setting for banquets and events is represented by the imposing Parliament Room, entirely frescoed, once a meeting place for members of Parliament and Senators, when Florence was the capital of Italy.
An elegant Florence holiday in Bernini Palace Hotel￼
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