The St. Regis Florence
Romance and luxury to brag about
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What it is
Overt Florentine grandeur on the Arno River
What it isn't
Over-the-top luxury that your two-year-old can enjoy, too
What we think
Occupying a palazzo designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the same architect responsible for the historic Duomo, the St. Regis Florence captures the elegance of 15th-century Florence.The location, on the banks of the Arno River in the centro storico, is ideal for shoppers and culturalati alike. The 100 rooms and suites are both regal and romantic; unlike the other room choices, the most basic option, the “Deluxe Room,” is more of a mix of Renaissance and contemporary styles (think restored 16th-century frescoes and sleek leather headboards) . This means that if you want a more traditionally styled room, it’s best to upgrade. Regardless, all rooms are ultra-luxurious and the real reason to upgrade yourself is so that you can take advantage of the coveted St. Regis butler program, which is only available if you’re in a “Deluxe Arno River View” room or any of the suites.
You're here because
You value romance, service and location equally.
Gazing upon the aged labels on over 300 bottles of wine in the hotel’s Cantinetta Wine Cellar, carved out from an actual cave.
Restaraunts & Bars
Restaurant Winter Garden by Caino ( 1 Michelin Star ) - Tuscan, Grastronomy, Collaboration of Michelin Star chefs
The St. Regis Bar
Cantinetta (wine cellar)
Children's Museum at the Palazzo Vecchio
Boboli Gardens - Great for Picnics
For those interested in a cultural experience, the hotel is conveniently located near the Ponte Vecchio and not too far from all major sites.