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HOTEL LUNGARNO

Hotel Lungarno is located on the left side of the Arno River, between Ponte Vecchio and Ponte S. Trinita in one of the most desirable destinations in Florence. Access to Highway A1 is approximately three miles from the hotel.

The Santa Maria Novella central railway station is less than one mile; Amerigo Vespucci international airport is less than 10 miles; Galileo Galilei airport in Pisa is approximately 50 miles.

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Owned by the Ferragamo family and the flagship property of the Lungarn Collection, Hotel Lungarno is a restoration of a 16th century grand residence and is located in one of the most extraordinary locations of Florence, with views that overlook the Arno River and the iconic Ponte Vecchio. Opened following a refurbishment in 1997, the hotel stands out as one of the most desirable destinations in the city for international clientele, with a magical atmosphere of timeless hospitality and inviting charm. Interior design by architect Michele Bönan is inspired by the nuova classicità, with a smart balance of ivory-toned fabrics and ocean blue carpets with elegant details and antique furnishings that create the ambience of an aristocratic Italian residence.

Arrivals are welcomed into a warm lobby. Over 450 works of art including those by Cocteau, Picasso, Bueno and Rosai adorn the walls of public areas and each of the guest rooms and suites. A design by Picasso set above the central fireplace can also be found in guest room living areas.

Guests enjoy privileged access to Borgo San Jacopo restaurant – the city’s “dining room on the river” – with seasonal menus that draw upon the tradition of the great Italian kitchen.

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Hotel Lungarno has 49 guest rooms and 14 luxury suites, as well as 2 Executive Floors for maximum privacy and large groups. Pampering and luxurious, all accommodations look out through large windows and individual terraces onto views of the Arno River and ancient Florence. Interior design is inspired by the nuova classicità, with ivory-toned fabrics, ocean blue carpets, antique furnishings and 20th century works of art primarily from Italian artists. From silver trays arranged with Italian fragrances, small but elegant details add touches of luxury, while in-room technologies such as fax and sensory-activated controls for lights, air- conditioning and heating assure convenience. Spacious marble bathrooms have large shower cabins with nickel taps and fittings.

 

 

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