“Home to it's very own museum and Roman bath remains, this boutique hotel tucked away from the heat and noise of the neighbouring couture shops, has a modern neutral décor enveloping the oldest structure in the city.
Once a women’s prison, the freestanding brick tower has been well maintained and is at the heart of the hotel. The upbeat concierge offer a fantastic and engaging service with regards to the inhouse museum and Florence as a whole.
The rooms vary in luxury but are consistent in style. The most lavish suites have balconies offering views of both the Duomo and the Palazzo Vecchio.
There are two restaurants: one informal, casual experience while the second is a grand seven-tabled affair housed in the central spiral section of the tower offering traditional local options.”
Written by Adam Jacot de Boinod