Live the dream of Florence by Expedia!

Among the most famous e-commerce sites we also find Expedia, which in addition to hotels also offers us the most convenient flights for our period of stay. Actually, Expedia offers us many ways to save, for example by downloading their app, we will periodically receive offers not to be missed, as well as hotel reservations in advance. But let’s go and check, we are looking for a hotel in the centre of Florence, we are demanding we want a 5 star!  

Among the best, the site offers us: “Portrait Florence” giving us an accurate and convincing description. Hospitality is an art and Portrait Firenze has made it a masterpiece.

Portrait in fact is not a luxury hotel in Florence, it is an incredibly personal place, an all-suite property, where discerning travellers find the exclusivity they appreciate. Travelling is like dreaming, and in Portrait you can live the dream, in love with the irresistible charm of the country and its people. In an iconic yet intimate off-street address in the heart of Florence, you’ll find what you can’t find anywhere else: a hotel built around a city, a suite built around you, and experiences tailored to your lifestyle.

For the fifth consecutive year Portrait Firenze is one of the hotels awarded with the prestigious 5-star Forbes. Portrait Firenze is also a pet friendly hotel.

It is owned by the Ferragamo family and is counted among the Leading Hotels of the World. Florentine architect Michele Bonan has given the distinct riverside location near the Ponte Vecchio a unique style and heritage.

The rippling waters of the Arno and the old Ponte Vecchio, framed in the living room and bedroom window, mirror the sense of the past and present in the interior design.

Classic and contemporary come together. Soft materials and cosy cashmere give an aristocratic but relaxing tone. Each sumptuous luxury suite has its own identity and many personal flourishes to make it the perfect backstage of your pleasant stay in Florence.

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