Portrait Firenze by Michele Bonan

By : Dennis Franklin | 22 Sep 2014 8:34 pm | Hotels & Spas

The Portrait Firenze Hotel is a part of the Lungarno Collection and it is located along the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy, featuring a design created by the architect Michele Bonan who also created some of the other hotels in the collection.

The luxury hotel wants to evoke a historic experience with a lavish style and bespoke pieces so that the overall aesthetic would be timeless and highly elegant to remind of the former aristocracy. The suites and public areas portray the glamour of the city beginning from the 1950s when the concept of Made in Italy first began as a proof of Florentine craftsmanship.

There are 34 suites, studios and penthouses, each of them with a fully equipped kitchenette, complimentary iPad, docking station and a music and DVD library. The beds are oversized; there are walk in wardrobes, bathrooms clad in Carrara marble and toiletries by Salvatore Ferragamo. The hotel also includes the Portrait Caffe adjacent to it as a perfect setting to enjoy the view of the Ponte Vecchio and River Arno while enjoying a wonderful cup of Italian coffee.

 

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