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Our room, the Renaissance Suite, for a glorious four nights

Our room, the Renaissance Suite, for a glorious four nights

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Gherardesca gardens, connecting the two buildings of the property, and the largest private park in the city

Gherardesca gardens, connecting the two buildings of the property, and the largest private park in the city

Martina and I

Martina and I

The only hotel spa in the heart of Florence

The only hotel spa in the heart of Florence

original “Capodimonte Maioliche- style” ceramic floor by Ignazio Chiaiese

original “Capodimonte Maioliche- style” ceramic floor by Ignazio Chiaiese

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Atrium Bar Lounge for drinks and small bites

Atrium Bar Lounge for drinks and small bites

Il Palagio, the Michelin Starred restaurant where we had breakfast every morning

Il Palagio, the Michelin Starred restaurant where we had breakfast every morning

The Four Seasons Firenze is in a class of its own, holding so much history and art of the Renaissance. Each night felt like sleeping in a museum and like members of a noble Florentine family surrounded by vaulted ceilings, astounding frescoes and stucco. Our stay was like none other, with impeccable service included. The property is made up of two Renaissance buildings, the 15th century “Palazzo Della Gherardesca” and “La Villa”, a former convent of the 16th century, and thanks to Martina, had the honor of viewing and learning about the unique rooms within both. The hotel is also conveniently located just a few blocks away from the city center, so we were able to explore with ease. A special thank you to the Four Seasons Firenze for an unforgettable stay in a Renaissance Suite, and for letting us leave Florence with the most beautiful memories.

Photos by Hoon Kim and I

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