An Incomparable Location

The St. Regis Florence, Piazza Ognissanti 1, Florence, Italy, 50123(39)(055) 27161
Situated in central Florence, the scenic St. Regis Florence has been the preferred stop of seasoned travelers since the 18th Century. Steps away from iconic landmarks, it offers an unrivaled immersion into the cradle of the Renaissance.Visit Hotel Website
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Festive traditions around Italy

There’s so much to experience in Italy during Festive Days. Discover some of Italy’s most popular festive traditions that you will absolutely love being a part of.

Giotto and Tuscany

Giotto di Bondone is one of the most influential artists in the history of art and of Florence, who made good use of his unique, revolutionized painting style.

Fall in Love with Italy

Wonderful landscapes with changing colors, pleasant climate, festivals and events related to food and traditions: autumn in Italy is simply spectacular and is filled with a charm and unforgettable atmospheres.

Unlock More Italy

Unlock more Italy this Fall with Marriott Bonvoy™. Reserve your stay twice around Italy between October 29, 2019 and January 14, 2020. You'll earn 2,000 points after your second stay.
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Your Exquisite Suite in Florence

Experience Florence with a distinctive stay: suite accomodation, daily buffet breakfast, champagne ritual, flowers or fruit backet upon arrival and butler service.
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A Family Affair

Explore Italy with your family: book now and receive up to 50% discount on your second room.
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Piazzale Michelangelo

A Florentine piazza with a view to rival any other found across Italy.
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Piazza della Signoria

Once the center of politics in the Florentine Republic the Piazza della Signoria continues to be a political focal point of Florence.
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Ponte Vecchio

The Ponte Vecchio is a inspiring medieval stone arch bridge, lined with shops, and spaning the Arno River in Florence.

Through these old streets I wander dreamily; Around me Florence sweeps her busy tide of life.

– William Leighton