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Charming suites in florence
The Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci with its heirloom furnishings, refined elegance and modern comforts is a charming and enchanting location on Florence’s most elegant shopping street, the Via de’ Tornabuoni. The hotel consists of two Renaissance palaces, the Palazzo Minerbetti and the Palazzo Strozzi del Poeta, two unique buildings in the heart of Florence’s artistic and historical centre, close to the Ponte Vecchio bridge, the Uffizi Art Gallery and the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore with Brunelleschi’s famous dome and Giotto’s belfry.

Staying in a charming suite in Florence means completely immerging yourself in the magic of a city which, for centuries, has inspired artists from all over the world.

Looking out of the window from a charming suite in Florence at Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci means experiencing the Medici city at its best, that is, seeing the city centre that is famous all over the world for Ponte Vecchio, the Uffizi Gallery, the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, which is endowed with Brunelleschi’s Dome and Giotto’s bell tower, the Baptistry with Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise, Piazza della Signoria with Palazzo Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti.

Staying in a charming suite in Florence is a truly unique and exciting experience, especially if it faces the splendid Via de’ Tornabuoni, one of the most famous streets in the world of shopping that is home to brands like Ferragamo, Gucci, Armani, Prada, Trussardi, Versace and Roberto Cavalli, unforgettable jewellers like Tiffany, Damiani and Pomellato and antique pieces of art in the Tornabuoni gallery.

However, choosing to stay in a charming suite in Florence at Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci means immerging yourself in history and art: the charming suites¸ and the rooms, are furnished with authentic pieces from the 1600s, 1700s and 1800s, frescos and precious Murano lamps and sconces.