Friday, April 9, 2010
Spring Suite Promotion At Italy's Hottest New Hotel 'Il Salviatino' In Florence
Exclusive Upgrades & Amazing Savings for Early Bookers
Italy's hottest new hotel Il Salviatino is offering unprecedented springtime upgrades with incredible savings on luxury suites from April 15 - May 31 2010.
The newly-restored magnificent 15th Century villa on the outskirts of Florence is offering automatic upgrades to prestigious suites for the Deluxe room nightly rate of just 510 Euros++.
Guests will be upgraded to finest available suites at the time of booking, including the penthouse Marcello suite, which normally commands a rate of 4,450 Euros++ – featuring three luxurious floors and a private terrace with panoramic views of the iconic Florence skyline.
The Ojetti Suite is the ultimate room with a view, with a dramatic glass-floored sunroom and stunning vistas of Florence from the jacuzzi on a private terrace. The Salviati Suite includes use of a Ferrari, guests may wish to jump onto the Ferrari and enjoy the spring breeze in Chianti!
Il Salviatino is being celebrated as Tuscany's newest masterpiece, stunningly located in the hills of Fiesole, just minutes from the centre of Florence.
The 45-room villa is elegantly restored with frescoes, rich furnishings and works of art twinned with the first Devarana spa outside Asia and celebrated signature restaurant Grappolo, headed by award-winning Tuscan chef Saverio Sabaragli.
Boutique hotel experts Mr & Mrs Smith (www.mrandmrssmith.com) recently included Il Salviatino in its ranking of the world's 'Top Ten Sexiest Hotel Bedrooms'.
The luxury travel specialists wrote: "This 15th-century villa has all the ravishing good looks and debonair charms of a Merchant Ivory hero. Sweeping candlelit staircases, comely button-back sofas and cherub-sweetened frescoes soften an architectural grandeur that recalls the severely sexy set of Eyes Wide Shut."
About Il Salviatino
Il Salviatino is one of Florence's finest Renaissance villas, transformed into a luxury all-suite hotel following a multi million dollar restoration. Located in the hillside town of Fiesole on the outskirts of Florence, the former 15th century palazzo was developed by European hotel development and management company MPg and renowned Italian architect Luciano Maria Colombo.
The coveted location with views of the famous Florence skyline is just moments from the city, quietly secluded within the beautiful Tuscan hills. Il Salviatino dates back to 1320 and was later transformed into a palace for Florentine aristocracy. It has been reborn following a two year conversion and restoration with no expense spared recreating a historic masterpiece featuring a daring combination of contemporary design and luxury with the sense of history and culture of 18th and 19th century Italy.
Originally built in the 14th Century, what became the villa Il Salviatino, nestled just inside Fiesole overlooking Florence, was for centuries a cultural gathering place for artists, performers, and intellectuals. Today it is the pre-eminent 5-Star, deluxe resort in Italy, incorporating the first location in Europe of Thailand's famous Devarana Spa.
At Il Salviatino you can find the gastronomic fine dining restaurant Grappolo, all-day restaurant and Devarana Spa health food restaurant. Its Chef Saverio Sabaragli is a renowned master of Tuscan cuisine.
For more information about Il Salviatino, please visit www.salviatino.com.
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