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Palazzo Magnagni Feroni is a restored 16th-century palace offering luxury in the heart of historic Florence. The Renaissance-era palace has been carefully restored as a historical landmark, and is filled with opulent original features such as a Murano chandelier and fragments of historically-significant tapestries. The service at Palazzo Magnani Feroni matches the aristocratic surroundings, with an outstanding and attentive team on hand to assist with anything you may require. The hotel’s location makes it perfect for exploring Florence, and in the evenings, the panoramic rooftop terrace is ideal for watching the setting sun cast an orange glow across the Florentine rooftops.
Breakfast at Palazzo Magnani Feroni is a real occasion. Guests sit in a gorgeous salon surrounded by candles, fresh flowers and a glittering Murano chandelier as white-gloved waiters serve classic Italian breakfast fare including prosciutto, ham, cheese and freshly squeezed juices. Weather permitting breakfast can also be enjoyed on the terrace with Florence spread out before you.
A private dinner in your suite, or on the panoramic terrace during summer, can also be organised, perfect for a romantic and unforgettable meal. There are many excellent restaurants located within walking distance, and the helpful staff at the hotel will be more than happy to recommend their favourite spots and assist with reservations.
The superbly restored suites combine original Florentine furniture, high vaulted ceilings, and sumptuous textiles, with details ranging from original frescoes to large stone fireplaces depending on room type. Bathrooms are elegantly marbled and come with showers, or baths and showers.
The hotel has plenty of comfortable common areas. The billiards room, with an antique baked-clay floor and wrought-iron chandelier, is particularly elegant. Fitness fanatics will appreciate the gym, fully-equipped and open 24-hours. Without a doubt, the highlight of Palazzo Magnani Feroni is the rooftop terrace, which boasts stunning panoramic views of Florence’s rooftops and church spires, and is the perfect place to watch the sunset while sipping a cold cocktail or glass of local wine.
The hotel is located on the south bank of the Arno, and the city’s major landmarks are just a short walk away. Take a stroll across the Ponte Vecchio, a Renaissance-era bridge crammed with art dealers and jewellery shops, to the famous Duomo, or bask in some of the finest artwork in the world in the Uffizi gallery.