Hotels in Florence
Antiques-filled medieval stone tower and addition in a location on the Arno's quieter south bank, near Palazzo Pitti and the Ponte Vecchio.
Formerly the Grand Hotel Firenze, this 15th-century landmark reopened as the St. Regis Florence in 2011 following a multimillion-dollar renovation of the entire building, which was originally designed by Filippo Brunelleschi in 1432.
This 600-room property has a two-floor casino with a variety of slots, table games, and a poker room hosting daily tournaments. Belterra houses a spa, several shops, and the CenterStage Show Room, a 1,500-seat theater often showcasing popular touring music and comedy acts.