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Villa San Michele

At a Glance

    Pros

  • exceptional convent conversion

    Cons

  • money must be no object

Villa San Michele Review

The cypress-lined driveway provides an elegant preamble to this incredibly gorgeous (and very expensive) hotel nestled in the hills of Fiesole. The 16th-century building was originally a Franciscan convent designed by Santi di Tito. Not a single false note is struck in the reception area (formerly the chapel), the dining rooms (a covered cloister and former refectory), or by the tasteful antiques and art that decorate the rooms. The open-air loggia, where lunch and dinner are served, provides one of the most stunning views of Florence—a good thing, too, as the food is overpriced and bland.

    Hotel Details

  • 21 rooms, 24 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Nov.–Easter.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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