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What are the top Tuscany hotels?


Whether you seek fine wine, Renaissance art, or just taking in the scenery, you can find it all in Tuscany. Enjoy the breathtaking Tuscan landscape of rolling green hills, vineyards, and olive trees all while living luxuriously.

Brunelleschi Hotel, Florence

Hotel Brunelleschi FlorenceBargello Suite at the Brunelleschi Hotel Florence

Experience a piece of history with all the comforts of the modern day. The Brunelleschi Hotel, Florence is located within a restored 6th century Byzantine tower and a 15th century medieval church. Each suite features customized accommodations that showcase a personal view of the city. Experience a mixture of contemporary and vintage inspired decor including plush beds, marble bathrooms, and chandeliers. Situated in the heart of Florence, the hotel is within walking distance of the II Duomo di Firenze Battistero di San Giovanni, Museo Della Misericordia, and upscale shopping.

The Brunelleschi’s restaurants, Elisabetta and Osteria della Pagliazza, are two of the most exclusive restaurants in Florence. Elisabetta is secluded in the hotel’s Byzantine tower. This one of a kind seven-table restaurant offers a romantic atmosphere for fine Italian dining.

Osteria della Pagliazza’s menu is created by Michelin-star chef, Rocco De Santis and gives you an authentic taste of Tuscany’s culinary tradition. The staff will suggest the best wine pairings with Italian cheeses and cured meats.

When guests make a reservation through Five Star Alliance, they receive a $70 USD food and beverage credit per room, daily breakfast, and a complementary bottle of Prosecco.

Grand Hotel Principe de Piemonte, Viareggio, Lucca

Superior Balcony Guest Room at Grand Hotel Principe di PiemonteSuperior Balcony Guest Room at Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte

Discover a peaceful retreat steps away from the beach and a pine forest. Suites in the Grand Hotel Principe de Piemonte give guests either a view of the ocean or the Apuan Alps. Each floor has a unique theme ranging from the Art Deco floor with silk fabrics and dark woods to the modern floor with beautiful lighting and contemporary furnishings. Every room comes equipped with modern luxuries including highspeed internet, a flat-screen TV with channels from around the world, and marble bathrooms.

The Principe de Piemonte is also home to two fine dining restaurants. The Michelin Star rated Piccolo Principle serves refined haute cuisine and an extensive wine list which can be enjoyed in an exclusive restaurant room, outside on the roof garden, or by the pool. The Regina Restaurant allows guests to appreciate traditional Tuscan food in a fine dining room or on a veranda overlooking the sea.

Perfect for relaxation, the Principe de Piemonte’s Wellbeing Center includes saunas, massages, holistic beauty treatments, and a fitness center.

Receive a $50 food and beverage credit per room and a complimentary bottle of Prosecco when visitors make a reservation through Five Star Alliance. Subject to availability at check-in, they may receive a room upgrade, early check-in, and late check-out.

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