Historic hotel Florence
The Gianfigliazzi Palace, on the Lungarno Corsini, constituted the most important nucleus of the numerous houses belonged to the homonym family up to the end of 1700’s. On the elegant building crowned by an ample loggia, from 1427 during the centuries numerous restructurings were performed.
In 1818 with the extinction of the Gianfigliazzi, the building was destined to hotel with the name “Delle Quattro Nazioni”. Illustrious personalities stayed here, among them the poet Alexander Manzoni which referring to the Arno river wrote the famous sentence “in its waters I rinsed my rags”. The Palace also hosted for long periods Luigi Bonaparte King of Holland who became its owner in 1828..
Hotel Bretagna ** and Residenza d'Epoca Bretagna are in a magnificent location, next to Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery, situated inside an historical palace, on the right bank of the Arno River. Both properties, Hotel Bretagna** and Residenza d'epoca Bretagna offer rooms with river and Ponte Vecchio view, jacuzzi...