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Il Salviatino


Il Salviatino

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Virtual Family Vacation: How to Plan One Your Kids Will Like
23rd April 2020
SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share Tweet Post Email. Photographer: Westend61/Westend61 Photographer: Westend61/Westend61. At the suggestion of her 12-year-old son, Kristen Glosserman’s family recently visited China. They continued on to Texas, crossed back east to Korea, and eventually headed to Mexico—all while quarantined in their New York apartment.. In general, her family plans travels “because
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Travel + Leisure
Hotels Around the World Share Destination-inspired Stories for World Book Day
21st April 2020
Practicing social distancing and limiting excursions like grocery shopping means stocking up so you don't run out of essentials like toilet paper and coffee, but for any culture fiend, the real travesty would be running out of books. While many bookstores have temporarily closed, there are still options for having
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How Halted Tourism Is Impacting Tuscany’s Truffle Fields
14th April 2020
As the spread of COVID-19 grips the world, people are looking for a silver lining anywhere they can during such a trying time. And one thing benefiting from the halt in travel is nature. Venice's canals have never been clearer, and the air in Los Angeles has never been cleaner.
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Food & Wine Magazine
Hotels Around the World Share the View From Their Windows for Everyone Stuck at Home
5th April 2020
At a time when we're all on the inside looking out, Travel + Leisure's World From a Window series offers a change of scenery, courtesy of some of the world's most beautiful hotels.. Hotels Around the World Share the View From Their Windows for Everyone Stuck at Home. You’re staying at home
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Travel + Leisure
Il Salviatino’s Executive Chef Silvia Grossi Shows You How to Cook Classic Tuscan Food on Instagram
1st April 2020
Learn to cook from the chef of one of Italy's most famous hotels.. You can become an accomplished home chef even if you can’t actually leave your home.. Picking up a new skill is an increasingly popular option to pass the time for people who are in self-quarantine in order to combat
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The New York Times
Fee Waivers, Virtual Art Shows and Online Cooking Lessons
22nd March 2020
Jeremy Collins, a U-Haul representative, said that “for serious conditions in the world, we’ve typically offered people a free month of storage.” (Storage rates for a 5-by-10-foot unit typically start from $99.95 per month).. Virtual Karaoke, Bingo and Trivia. The six-year old Gaythering hotel in Miami, which caters to the L.G. B.
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Travel + Leisure
Create a Staycation That's Actually Fun With These 5 Tips That Bring the Benefits of Travel to You (Video)
20th March 2020
As the world stays home to “flatten the curve” of the spread of COVID-19, museums and attractions across the globe have also shuttered, and many are now offering virtual tours or live-streaming events instead. Passively watching something can only go so far to quell the doldrums of self-quarantine, though.. Image zoom
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Elite Traveler
Affresco Suite, Il Salviatino, Florence, Italy | Elite Traveler
13th January 2020
Il Salviatino is set in a 15th-century palazzo with sensational views across its flourishing gardens and the Florentine skyline beyond. The hotel is not only gorgeous, but rich with history: Original frescoes, rare art and prized antiques can be seen throughout, but book the Affresco Suite to bask in the
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Condé Nast Traveller
Il Salviatino, Florence, Italy - Hotel Review
7th October 2019
Although Il Salviatino has a Fiesole address—the neighborhood set along the hillside summer retreat of great Florentine families come and gone—this 44-room grand villa is actually located on the slope of the town’s famous hill (not the most atmospheric part). Nevertheless, once you’re on the hotel’s vast grounds, the panorama
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Forbes Magazine
21 Incredible Pasta Dishes To Enjoy On National Pasta Day
2nd October 2019
National Pasta Day is coming soon. While October 17 may be a great excuse to try a new pasta dish, these options are so incredible that we recommend enjoying them all year long. Starting today, ideally.. Bucatini Cashew-Kombu Cream. Brunchboys. At Osteria 57 in New York City, this is a vegan pasta dish
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Business Insider
35 of the most extravagant hotel amenities money can buy
30th August 2019
Many of the world's top-rated hotels go above and beyond when it comes to amenities.. These amenities range from surprising complimentary items to extremely expensive excursions.. Keep reading for a look at 35 of the most over-the-top amenities offered by luxury hotels around the world.. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.. For those
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You can take a boozy Jeep tour through Tuscany that includes 15 wine tastings
5th August 2019
Il Salviatino, a five-star hotel located in Tuscany, is offering a vintage Jeep tour complete with 15 wine tastings.. Tuscany, is offering a vintage Jeep tour complete with 15 wine tastings. The five-hour tour, which costs $435 per person, will take Il Salviatino guests to some of the most stunning sights
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Food & Wine Magazine
This Boozy Jeep Tour Through Tuscany Includes 15 Wine Tastings and Lunch
1st August 2019
Touring the Italian countryside by vintage Jeep is a great way to spend the day — add in multiple wine tastings and Tuscan lunch and you’ve got the makings for a perfect afternoon.. That’s the vision of the team at Il Salviatino, an exclusive, five-star hotel in Tuscany. The hotel, which
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The Best Boozy Spa Treatments Around the World
20th July 2019
There’s nothing like sitting down with a glass of vino after a long day. But imagine how good it would feel to be dunked, bathed, or rubbed down with it? Yes, seriously! It’s taking your rosé game to another level. Aside from the bragging rights, these booze-infused treatments give you
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Lifestyle Asia
9 hotels on the Adriatic coast with pools for a refreshing summer
24th June 2019
Offering breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast, Hotel Santa Caterina is an Art Nouveau villa built on a rock that overlooks the sea. It features many terraces and a beautiful pool, all with sea views.. Location: Amalfi. The swimming pool: a pool which flirts with the waves of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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11 of the most beautiful hotel libraries in the world
19th April 2019
Even for those who love books, a good library is usually not one of the most sought-after hotel amenities. But if you’re on vacation, or even traveling for business, sometimes it’s nice to have a handy resource for downtime reading material or just a place to escape the chaos of
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The 5 Best (and Most Affordable) Places to Travel in April
3rd April 2019
FIESOLE, ITALY. There are probably few things more romantic than flower picking, whether you do it with your S.O. or alone as a self-care exercise. Imagine yourself going on that same flower picking adventure, except, you’re foraging wild flowers in Italy, steps from the city limits of Florence in nearby Fiesole.
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Brit+ Co
5 Splurge-Worthy Destinations for an Adult Spring Break
20th March 2019
Annamarie is a Californian who's been plopped in the middle of Missouri for her undergraduate studies in magazine journalism. She's a hiker, an eater, a lover of words. In her opinion, nothing beats a well-made breakfast sammy or a well-crafted sentence.
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The Venue Report
14 Bucket List Culinary Experiences Around the World
2nd November 2018
Prepare recipes that focus on the core principles of healing and health-consciousness during Ayurvedic cooking classes at Switzerland’s Giardino Hotels . Visitors learn the ancient Indian art of healing the whole body through the mind, body and spirit with an introduction to Ayurvedic cuisine. This is one vacation you won’t
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The Best Road Trips to Take Through Italy
21st August 2018
Italy is a nation built for driving. From its meandering country roads to its fast-paced city streets, tourists heading to this European nation would be remiss if they didn’t get behind the wheel themselves.. But where exactly should people go on their roadway journey? Here are five tried and true classic
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The Best Day Trips From Rome
24th July 2018
It’s no secret that Rome is one of our all-time favorite European cities. The bustling heart, capital, and economic engine of Italy is in constant reinvention: a mix of the radically new and the utterly ancient, the flashy and the quietly understated. But even a city as dynamic and fascinating
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Architectural Digest
17 Beautiful Hotel Bathrooms Around The World
17th July 2018
While travelers often choose a hotel based on five-star dining, luxurious spas, convenient locations, or even dreamy beds, the hotel bathroom is one amenity that is often overlooked. But many of the world’s most amazing hotel rooms also boast equally impressive baths. From a room with a granite soaking tub
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The World's Most Colorful Hotel Suites
13th July 2018
Traveling is all about gaining a new perspective. And, for many, that means seeing the bright, cheerful and colorful side of the world. And we mean that literally.. Hotel suites are becoming more fantastical by the day, with designers bringing in more color, local art, and style to help make visitors
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5 Italian Villas to Throw the Wedding of Your Mediterranean Dreams
30th April 2018
Whether you’re newly engaged, tragically single, already hitched or apathetic about the marriage thing altogether, face it—you’ve at least pictured what a wedding in the Italian villa of your dreams could look like: warm, romantic summer light, expansive countryside or coastal views and the smell of fresh flowers and lemon
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These Single-Occupancy Pools Are the Ultimate Hotel Luxury
5th April 2018
Bathtubs and pools are quickly becoming an endangered species at many hotels around the world, replaced with fancy distractions like luxe rainfall showerheads and boutique bath products in an understandable effort to save water, money, and square feet. These amenities might swing with time-crunched business guests and infrequent travelers, but
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These are the most extravagant hotel amenities money can buy
27th December 2017
For those of us who are content with a white robe and complimentary toiletries, the following list of hotel amenities may come as a massive shock.. These hotels are regarded as some of the most luxurious places to stay in the world, and here, good service is not just about breakfast
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Epic Proposal Ideas in Iceland, Kenya, and Beyond
18th August 2017
A wedding proposal used to just mean getting down on one knee in the living room, a romantic walk followed by popping “the question,” or—if you’re going all-out—perhaps a ring in a Champagne glass with dessert. But just as weddings have become grander affairs, so have proposals. Of course, there’s
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4 Italian Palazzos to Book for Your Next Vacation
18th August 2017
There’s more to Italy than pasta, wine and the idyllic philosophy of dolce far niente. Once a series of prosperous republics, this nation’s history is as varied as the colorful palettes of gelato that line its cities’ streets. From its perch on the silk route, Venice once took Constantinople’s place
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Elite Traveler
Il Salviatino, Florence, Italy | Elite Traveler
11th July 2017
Ojetti Suite. Just 15 minutes from Florence, you can have a relaxing Tuscan vacation at Il Salviatino, set among the lush hills of the estate’s 12.5-acre private garden. Built in the 15th century as a noble Florentine family’s villa, the hotel has landscaped grounds that feature formal gardens, pools and truffle
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Home Decor
20 Most Over-The-Top Things You Can Order From Hotel Room Service
1st June 2017
Oh, the joy of room service. Whether vacationing or traveling for business, it doesn’t get more luxurious than having dinner delivered directly to your room (while donning your slippers and robe, of course). But these days, hotels and resorts are offering experiences that go above and beyond a burger in
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Il Salviatino
Vía del Salviatino 21, Florence
43.786728°N 11.295816°E

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Adjoining rooms / Connecting rooms / Kitchenette / Rollaway bed