After serving as a Franciscan convent and then the residence of the noble Strozzi family, the Collegiata has been converted into a fine hotel, with no expense spared in the process. Arched, multipane windows look out on the surrounding park. All the guest rooms (some with private balconies) are furnished with a mix of wood and upholstered antiques in warm browns and reds, and precious tapestries. Bathrooms have large whirlpool baths. A summer restaurant occupies the deconsecrated church, with tables set out near the entrance.