One of the most beautiful cities in the world, the capital of Tuscany lies below the wooded foothills of the Apennines, along the banks of the Arno River. It is a city known for its shopping, superb Tuscan food, wine, architecture and art – housing many of the greatest works of the Renaissance.
This beautifully renovated 15th-century villa has a stunning location: high in the Tuscan hills with panoramic views over the historic skyline of Florence, but just 10 minutes away from the heart of the city. Il Salviatino is filled with 19th-century frescoes, sarcophagus bath tubs and antique artworks. Stone and oak floors, high ceilings and huge marble fireplaces adorn the public areas. There is a restaurant, a bar and a spa.
Stay for two nights at Il Salviatino from £6,680 per person based on two passengers flying by Phenom 100 from Oxford and staying in a Junior Suite. Transfers from Florence Airport and breakfast are included. Other aircraft and departure airports are available.
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Villa San Michele
Positioned just above Florence in the hillside town of Fiesole, the 15th-century façade of this iconic Florence property can be attributed to the city’s most famous Renaissance artist: Michelangelo. Over the years the villa has had many incarnations including a Franciscan monastery, before being turned into a stunning hotel. Each room and suite is unique, with sumptuous antiques and views over the city skyline. The Villa also has an acclaimed cooking school, attracting students and well-known chefs from around the world.
Stay for two nights at Villa San Michele from £7,220 per person based on two passengers flying by Citation CJ3 from Luton and staying in a Junior Suite. Transfers from Florence Airport and breakfast are included. Other aircraft and departure airports are available. This hotel is seasonal – please contact us for winter closure dates.