Discreet Opulence The city’s artistic heritage is reflected
throughout The St. Regis Florence’s exquisitely
decorated rooms, such as The Library.

Artful Cocktails Sip a signature champagne apertif surrounded
by the Renaissance grandeur of The St. Regis

Inspiring City Crowned by the Duomo, Florence has always been a pivotal stop on The Grand Tour.

Refined Dining Savor expertly prepared classic Florentine
dishes in an extraordinary setting at Chef
Michele Griglio’s Etichetta.

Iconic Atmosphere Florence's monumental cityscape includes the impressive 14th century Palazzo Vecchio.

Legendary Accommodations Each room celebrates Florence's artistic heritage with details such as Renaissance frescoes and brocade canopies.

Unrivaled Design Grand interiors combine charm and elegance with Murano glass chandeliers, gilded mirrors, velvet, and leather.

Premier Collections Beyond the Uffizi Gallery's iconic colonnade, Botticelli's “Primavera” hangs alongside “The Birth of Venus.”

A Preeminent Address A historic palace on the Arno River, The St. Regis Florence has attracted discerning travelers for centuries.

Tranquil Setting A stroll along the Arno River, which crosses through the city center, is a timeless Florentine pastime.

Renaissance Palace Once the seat of Medici dukes, the Palazzo Pitti houses impressive artwork, period furnishings, silver, and porcelain.

Once an integral stop on the original Grand Tour, Florence has always been an important destination for society's cultured elite. Its romantic cityscape is defined by the graceful dome of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore and the facades of Renaissance palazzos commissioned by one of the most influential family dynasties in European history, the House of Medici. Centuries after the Italian Renaissance, enduring family legacies continue to enhance Florence's worldly relevance.

A premier destination for fashion enthusiasts, Florence is home to the headquarters of several couture brands including Ferragamo, Cavalli, and Pucci. Their exclusive boutiques line Via de’ Tornabuoni alongside Prada and Bulgari. Also, the iconic fashion house Gucci recently opened a dynamic museum that not only showcases celebrated designs from the label’s century-old history, but also displays works by contemporary international artists. Experience the museum’s ultra-modern atmosphere, which offers an invigorating contrast to the revered collections of the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia, and the Pitti Palace where canvases by Leonardo da Vinci, Fra Angelico, Botticelli, and Michelangelo continue to impress connoisseurs of Italian fine art.

In the city’s trattorias, osterias, and enotecas, master chefs draw from recipes passed down through generations in creating exceptional Tuscan cuisine. Paired with local wines like Brunello di Montalcino, Carmignano, or Chianti, indelible epicurean occasions transpire within exclusive dining rooms throughout the city. A former palace designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, The St. Regis Florence combines old world grandeur with 21st century bespoke service. Overlooking the Arno River, it offers a premier position from which to experience Florence at its most refined.

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Piazza Ognissanti 1
Florence, EMEA 50123


Phone: +39 055 27161
Fax: +39 055 217400
Email St. Regis eButler