Il Salviatino

Florence, Italy

Il Salviatino is a stunning and perfectly hand restored 15th century villa that lies proudly on the hillside of Fiesole, with inspirational views of Florence and the rolling tuscan countryside.

Hotel guide


  • Rooms and suites are equipped with: complimentary wi-fi, cordless phone, flat plasma screen set in the mirror, Bose sound system, Plasma TV, in-room privacy safe, Nespresso coffee machines with complimentary tea and coffee supplies. Bathrooms with stylish bathtub or rain showers
  • Poolside with sun chairs and umbrellas open from April to October
  • 24 hour Service Ambassador at your disposal
  • Enjoy a vast array of treatments and massages in the spa Il Salviatino using Dr Vranjes products
  • 24 hour access on site fitness centre

Our Favourite

  • The majestic Greenhouse Suites (52 m2) offer contemporary design. Located below the Italian Garden, the suites feature modern lines and the uplifting presence of natural light entering through glass encased living spaces

Wine & Dine

  • Complimentary Il Salviatino breakfast (full american)
  • Half & full board experience offer you the opportunity to decide whether you wish to have your daily meal in-house, or in one of the local restaurants. Some of Florence’s most exciting fish restaurants and even some fancy and creative Pizzeria’s


  • Playful summer look


  • Rates start at € 295 / day

Local guide

Lovely Restaurants

  • Flet, cool bar & restaurant, great for aperitif, Piazza de' Nerli 4
  • Ora d'Aria, the decor is as chic as the cuisine (+39 055 200 1699), Via Dei Georgofili

Coolest Bars & Clubs

  • Negroni Bar, tasty aperitifs in artful ambience, good entourage, Via de Renai 17
  • Bar Colle Bereto, most trendy place, good music, beautiful people, Piazza Strozzi 5
  • Caffe Giacosa, Roberto Cavalli's top notch territory, order a Negroni, via della spada 10

Best Boutiques

  • Maya, avantgarde clothing, jean paul gaultier and similar, Via Por Santa maria
  • Settantatre lr 1973, small shoe store, manufacturer from Napoli, Via Porta Rossa 78

Don't miss

  • Avoid the mega crowded Piazza Duomo, try the Oltrarno area with it's artigianal shops and local bars

How to get there

  • Fly into Florence International airport
  • Low priced flights to Milano Malpensa, high speed train to Firenze S.M.N. train station, approx. 2 hours
  • Complimentary scheduled shuttle service to and from the city centre
  • Complimentary parking