Il Salviatino in Fiesole, Florence, Italy
A stunning and perfectly hand restored 15th century villa that lies proudly on the hillside of Fiesole, with inspirational views of Florence and the rolling Tuscan landscape. A magical place, where our obsession for the perfect service and experience blends with the grandeur of the setting. A truly unique experience, a way to enjoy and be a part of both Florence and Tuscany that cannot be imitated.
Discover the sumptuous comfort of our suites and rooms. Each individually decorated, respecting the many particularities of the villa and its gardens, all suites and rooms are an elegant blend of local artisanship and the latest technologies. A place where luxury has no limit, a stay here is beyond every imagination. We want our Kitchen to be as tied to its territory and to the seasons as possible. At Il Salviatino, we are quite fortunate to be surrounded by a luxuriant park, so we have decided to devote a portion – actually what was once the historic orchard – to an organic vegetable garden, so that we may offer vegetables, fruit and aromatic herbs that are truly ‘from producer to consumer’! We are already working on it and we should have the first ‘fruits of our labors’ soon! Immersed amongst the rolling hills adjacent to the Villa, one enters a truly magical world at our Spa and Pool area. The Spa Il Salviatino, unites Il Salviatino’s idyllic setting and renowned service with the ancestral knowledge and delicate aroma’s of Dr Vranjes, one of Florence’s most exclusive perfume houses. From the 15th of April to the 3rd of October you will also be able to enjoy our pools. Immersed in the green hills, with stunning and relaxing views, you will find it hard to believe you are lying just 15 minutes away from the hustle & bustle of down town Florence.
Location of Il Salviatino
Nearest Airport: FLR
Amenities for Il Salviatino
- General Information
- 45 Rooms and Suites
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Pools
- Children's Programs
- Historic Sites
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Il Salviatino
This property is gorgeous! It has the ideal location...far enough away from city center of Florence with amazing views of The Duomo and Florence but nestled in a quiet Tuscany-like area! We traveled here with our 2 little boys in tow - ages 3 and 6 years old. We stayed in a Family Suite (with spiral staircase to an upstairs loft where both boys slept)...a little nervous about the stairs initially but our 3 year old is mature and listens well so we didn't allow playing on the stairs. The food was delicious, the pool was beautiful and the shuttle to the city was a great perk...saved tons in taxi fees. The staff was especially friendly and accommodating! Would absolutely return to this property!
sonyamarierigsby - Greenville, South Carolina
We stayed here twice this Easter and enjoyed it so much. The staff is so nice and does everything to make your stay a happy one. We liked the rooms a lot, they are very practical. The breakfast is great and so is the dinner. Sitting at the terrace, where they serve so many nice dishes, the view over Florence is amazing. I would recommend this hotel to everyone.
Ragnhild M - Sola Municipality, Norway
We went there for an evening appetizer and it was wonderful! The garden and the view are really amazing. The staff is very nice and the food too! 20â‚¬ in taxi from the Duomo area. I really recommend this place.
We will return! A wonderful boutique hotel perched above the city with a sweeping view, yet easily accessible via a short, complementary shuttle ride to and from downtown. Cocktails on the veranda prior to dinner in the library was the perfect way to spend our first evening in Italy. The bedroom and bathroom suite ensured a relaxing and luxurious respite; the restaurant menu was expansive, providing a variety of exquisite dishes for dinner and a wonderful buffet for breakfast. The grounds were immaculate. The entire staff went out of their way to ensure we were provided with the best experiences. Most Highly Recommended..
Enjoyed our first wedding anniversary here. Incredible views and lovely grounds. Food and drink overpriced (in particular the cocktails and supper menus). Service at breakfast was often quite slow and the rooms / common parts had the odd area where touch ups were required, in light of the prices charged. The service around the pool area was exceptional. We were kindly upgraded on our final night to the second priciest suite. This is a 4.5/5 hotel but we can only give it a 4 when compared to similarly-priced hotels we had stayed in that deserved a 5/5 (JK Roma, Monastero Santa Rosa, Kapari Place).
JPSARAFF - London, United Kingdom