Torre di Bellosguardo


  • Great for escaping heat of the city in summer
  • A villa experience with the city just minutes away
  • Some rooms can accommodate three and four people


  • A car is a necessity, breakfast is not included during high season

Published 04/22/2016

Fodor's Review

Bellosguardo means "beautiful view"; given the view of Florence you get here, the name is fitting. The hotel, perched atop a hill minutes from the viale, is reached via a narrow road dotted with olive trees. Dante's friend Guido Calvacanti supposedly chose this serene spot for his country villa, but little remains from the early 14th century. The reception area, a former ballroom, has soaring ceilings with frescoes by Francavilla (1553–1615). Guest rooms, all with high ceilings, are simple and have heavy wooden furniture. Proprietor Signor Franchetti keeps a small menagerie on the grounds (including donkeys, rabbits, and chickens), and maintains a beautiful, peaceful garden, which guests have access to.

Hotel Information


Via Roti Michelozzi 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50124, Italy

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Hotel Details:

  • 9 rooms, 7 suites

Published 04/22/2016


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