Hotel Savoy

Address: Piazza della Repubblica 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on Piazza della Repubblica 7, Florence, is near I Bike Florence, Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele), Church of Orsanmichele, and Museo di Palazzo Davanzati.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Room service
           

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          Travel Blogs from Florence

          A city and an open museum in one

          A travel blog entry by anniehanson on Sep 29, 2015

          5 photos

          ... open porticos and spaces that house massive sculptures. This is not in museums just in this street! We managed to look at most of the major sites with a good wander. Lots of food places and all very popular as there are lots of people. After 8 it's hard to get a seat in the better places. After a quick rest we went to a little local ristorante recommended by the hotel. It was probably the best meal we had in Florence. But maybe that was the beer and bottle of bubbly we ...

          Wine tasting day for someone who doesn't drink!

          A travel blog entry by emmafox17 on Jun 29, 2015

          16 photos

          ... and so I was dripping just sitting there! The first stop was at a family farm where the niece of the owner gave us a lesson on how to hold the wine glass properly, smell it correctly and even how to drink it. This lesson really wasn't much use to me so I just sat there enjoying the crackers and trying all the different olive oils! In total, most people tried 6 different wines but the tasting samples were the equivalent size to that of a normal glass and so ...

          Shoes, food and annoying tourists!

          A travel blog entry by toscana-per-te on Jun 04, 2015

          5 photos

          ... the 'freezing cold' four year old (it was 36•C). As per our norm, we set off down a small side street and found a little osteria, with no tourists in sight. The menu of the day was traditional, and offered a range of antipasti, pastas, and mains. I opted for a starter of cheese and caper stuffed mushrooms with polenta crostini topped with broad bean purée, flowed by pork in an 'agridolce' sauce made from home pickled vegetables in a white wine reduction. The wife had ...

          Reveling in the glory

          A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 29, 2015

          36 photos

          ... thing to do. Very different from anything else we had done and something we would both enjoy.

          Our dinner at this restaurant was fabulous. We had seen several references and several menus at other restaurants that featured Florentina Bistecca – steak. So we thought that must be a specialty. Jeff was not disappointed by that at all. So we began our dinner by sharing a caprese salad - our first of the trip and a delicious one at that, and a bottle of ...

          Day 20 - Florence and the Michelangelo

          A travel blog entry by lauzian on May 04, 2014

          25 photos

          ... more secure than a bank teller, most definitely accepting payment by card. David is the centre piece of a gallery containing many other works of Michelangelo's, all very old and interesting I'm sure, but it is definitely David that steals the show. Standing at over five metres tall the sculpture towers over you, incredibly powerful yet somehow also graceful. The detail and fluidity of the sculpture, carved from marble, is amazing given it was completed in 1504. Photos ...