04 January 2009

Firenze – The Four Seasons

 

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Florence Italy, or Firenze, and the beautiful River Arno.

 

The holidays are over, finally!   I don’t know about you, but it sure seemed like a long two weeks.   There’s something to be said for being on a schedule and having a reason to get up and get dressed every morning.   It’s not that we don’t enjoy down time, we do -  each summer our family takes a beach holiday.  But besides that,  we don’t travel much in reality, it’s more virtual, which is fine with Ben.  His favorite motto is “There’s no place like home” – which he announces each time he puts his suitcases back down in Houston.  His other favorite saying is “anyplace together beats anyplace apart.”   Living with a temperamental, hormonal teenager, though, is stretching that motto – for sure.    But, when Ben and I really d0 want to treat ourselves to a rare, quick getaway, close by  (his other motto is - “There’s no place like Texas” – he sure has a lot of mottos!)   we go to Austin and stay at the Four Seasons Hotel overlooking the beautiful and peaceful Lady Bird Lake, home to the largest bat colony in the world.  YIKES!!!! (That’s a story for another blog.)    There’s not another hotel in Austin that is as nice – there may be quainter ones, like the Mansion at Judge’s Hill, and certainly there are hipper ones, like the Hotel San Jose for one, but for excellent service and the best bed in the world, nothing beats the Four  Seasons Hotel in Austin or anywhere in this world, for that matter.  Their beds are so famously comfy, you can buy one just like it.   And, once, I even read an article in a design magazine that diagramed  exactly how the staff makes up their heavenly bed and with what linens. 

Clearly, the Four Seasons hotel chain rates high with us, so when I read about their new hotel in Florence, Italy – or Firenze to you Italian speaking bloggers, I was anxious to see the pictures, since seeing it in person was probably not an option.   In a word, the new Four Seasons Firenze is stupendous!     A showpiece of Renaissance and Baroque art, frescos and sculptures, it is fitting that the hotel is located nearby the famous David, by Michelangelo, and the Duomo.  The hotel itself is comprised of two restored, former privately owned Renaissance palazzos – one from the 15th-century, the Palazzo della Gherardesca, and the other from the 16th, a restored convent or Conventino as it is called.  The della Gherardesca has been home to five centuries of Florentine nobility, including a Pope.  The Viceroy of Egypt once owned it too, but promptly sold it when the Italian government would not allow his  harem to move in with him.    The main building has just 116 rooms; 37  more are set to open in the more secluded Conventino.      The lushly landscaped grounds make up the largest private garden in Florence – all 11 acres of it.  Between the two buildings is a full service spa, a rarity in Italy.   As it is with most private homes in Italy, the facade is rather plain – the magic starts once you arrive inside the courtyard, which has a glass roof covering, and where a large copy of Michelangelo’s Bacchus stands.   The restoration of the two palazzos took over seven years and cost untold millions of dollars.  Everything was completed under the strict supervision of the Italian government which was the cause of numerous delays.   The art work is from several different eras:  the Renaissance, Baroque, Late Baroque, Rococo and even the 19th century.   The reviews of the hotel have all been raves – who can find fault sleeping in an art museum?

 

 
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Looking up at one of the restored ceiling frescoes at the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze.

 

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The main building, the Palazzo della Gherardesca at night.  The two main suites of the hotel are shown here – located on the second and third floor.

 

 

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The entry courtyard:   bas reliefs depict scenes from the life of the original owner of the 15th century Palazzo.  One of the scenes depicts what is said to be an orgy!  Those lusty Italians!  Precious cherubs are painted above the arches.   All of the subsequent owners had their own family history painted onto the ceilings of the Palazzo.

 

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Another view of the atrium at dusk.  The windows above are hotel rooms that overlook this charming courtyard.

 

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The view from inside the arches of the front courtyard.

 

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This tiny, former chapel is now the hotel’s reading room. 

 

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The most magnificent room in the hotel is the Royal Suite.  Yes, this is a hotel room.  This gallery is on the second floor and overlooks the gardens, as was shown in the picture of the hotel, above.  The floors are the original Capodimonte Maioliche ceramic tiles by Ignazio Chiaiese.   Also original is the fresco of  Pope Leo XI, who once lived here.   This Pope is famous for living only 26 days as Pope.  His sister was married to one of the owners and she later inherited the Palazzo.

 

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Here is a closer view of the gallery of the Royal Suite with it’s late Baroque and Rococo frescoes.

 

 

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The suite boasts its own private dining room.   Here it is shown in a highly styled photograph.

 

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Another look of the same space, probably taken before all the furniture had arrived.   The large gilt mirror and console and art work are missing.  Through the door you can see into the glorious gallery.

 

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The gallery of the suite shown during the restoration.  An Italian art historian has already written a book about this immense project.

 

 

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The bedroom of the suite has not only a painted ceiling, but all its walls are also painted.  A faux wall was built behind the bed to protect the art work.

 

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All the rooms in the hotel are different – no two are alike.  But among the standard rooms, there are two basic color schemes, one yellow and one green, as shown above.   Pierre Yves Rochon was the designer in charge of the interiors.  The frescoed ceilings are reserved for the expensive suites – but this room would be nice enough for me, thank you very much!

 

 

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As it is in all Four Seasons hotels, the bathrooms are gorgeous with heavily veined Carrara marble, mixed with a golden marble.  The fixtures are beautiful polished nickel and the antique Altar candlesticks add just the right atmosphere.  Most bathrooms have a tub and a garden shower.

 

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Here is one suite in the green color scheme.

 

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And still, another.  Look how beautiful the Murano glass chandelier is.  These Italian chandeliers are frequently used throughout the hotel.

 

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The other color scheme, is gold – with damask fabrics and upholstered headboards.  The linens are Italian cotton, made with a high thread count, of course.    The Murano chandelier picks up the golden hue.  The views of most rooms are of the gardens. 

 

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The Junior Suite uses the gold color scheme.  This room has a charming wood rafter ceiling with a sky light.  All rooms come with flat screen TVs!

 

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Another green schemed room uses beautiful Italian damask fabric on the curtains and furniture.  All carpet is a flat weave in a two-tone pattern, my favorite kind.

 

 

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The Presidential or De’ Medici Suite has restored frescos and is located on the third floor.  This suite overlooks the front gardens and is seen in the hotel’s picture. 

 

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The view out to the gardens.

 

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The Presidential suite has a gallery with deep red Murano chandeliers running the length of it.

 

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The bedroom of the suite.

 

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The deep red color is brought into the bathroom with more gorgeous, highly veined Carrara marble. 

 

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The Nobel or Volteranno suite has 19th century hand painted Tree of Life wallpaper from China.   The ceilings are restored frescoes original to the room.   You can see all the suites greatly enlarged on the Four Seasons Firenze web site here.

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Here, an artisan is shown restoring the wall coverings.

 

 

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This bathroom, with its paneled and carved ceiling,  is located in the Nobel suite.

 

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There are four Renaissance suites similar to this one with painted or paneled ceilings in both the bedrooms and bathrooms.

 

 

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The bathroom, with it’s marble walls and floor and beautiful fixtures.  The sinks are inset in a wonderful wood stained cabinet.

 

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The lobby area is partitioned off with patterned curtains and is located under a glass ceiling.  In the back is the hotel’s main bar. 

 

 

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A view of the main lobby area.   I love how this is decorated with the curtains acting as walls.   The ceiling is a large skylight that covers the atrium.  This area was once the main living area of the Palazzo.    Notice the charming tufted love seats in the corners.  Behind the curtained area – a large painted screen is placed along one wall.    The arched portal next to it is also draped off. 

 

 

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A guest took this picture of the lobby area, showing the hotel’s main bar.  

 

 

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This photograph shows the corner detail of a ceiling fresco.

 

 

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Even the jewelry store, located off the front courtyard,  is decorated with works of restored art. 

 

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The ballroom with it’s beautifully restored ceiling, is set here for a wedding.    Previously the chapel, it is located in the Conventino.

 

 

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The meeting room is also stylish with its rectangular skirted tables and wonderful grilled windows.  I love the bottles set out on the tables – white wine or water????

 

  

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The Four Seasons, Firenze, has one of the few spas in town.  Located in a free standing building by the swimming pool and heated Jacuzzi, this treatment room has a wonderful bathtub!

 

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The hotel’s internet room – yes!   Without a doubt, the prettiest of its kind – anywhere.  I could sleep in here, with my laptop, for sure!!!

 

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The grounds are lush – they are the largest private gardens in Florence.  The Four Seasons restored the gardens back to the 19th Century Romantic Style.  The building in the back is the Spa.   The old orangery of the convent has been converted into a private villa – available for rent for those who want to be away from the crowds and the hotel proper.

 

 

 

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The restaurant located in the main Palazzo.  More vaulted ceilings and chandeliers and art.

 

 

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There are two dining rooms – this one is located in the Conventino and opens onto a terrace in climate weather. 

 

 

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The austere Conventino building, with it’s outdoor eating terrace, is preferred by guests desiring more privacy and quiet.   It has its own front desk, lobby, and front door, away from the Palazzo – a two minute walk.

 

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I adore hand drawn maps of properties like this.  They are themselves works of art.  This map shows the Four Seasons Hotel and its two main buildings and garden.

 

 

 

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So, your holiday in the beautiful town of Florence with it’s red tiled roofs and famous Duoma, is now over.  What happens if you, unlike my husband,  don’t want to go home?   Most likely it’s too expensive to extend your stay at the Four Seasons – but imagine if you could live at the Four Seasons in Florence?  

 

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In order to accompany visitors who want to stay, The Four Seasons is opening a new Residence Club in Florence.   A type of time-share for the wealthy, the hotel chain is busy restoring another palazzo in Firenze for its guests.   If you’ve ever dreamed of a second home in Italy, but prefer hotel living, this could be the perfect compromise for you.   OK -- we are dreaming here, people!!!!!!   Play along!!!!!

 

 

 

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The Four Seasons Residence Club – Florence is located in the Renaissance designed Palazzo Tornabuoni which dates back prior to the 15th century.   This Palazzo has long been valued for its splendor, architecture and art work.   It’s owners have been just as illustrious: the  Tornabuoni, Corsi, and the powerful Medici clans, and Pope Leo XI all claimed this as home.     This statue of the huntress Diana is said to have cost over $2 million dollars.

 

 

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The restored Palazzo will include 36 apartments, some are studios – others have up to four bedrooms.   The architecture and restored murals and frescoes are breathtaking.

 

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The apartments have wonderfully patterned terrazzo and mosaic floors, columns, high ceilings and some even have the restored frescoes. 

 

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Marble fireplaces, chandeliers, and sconces are featured in the apartments.   

 

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The kitchens are from Boffi.   Yes, this is the kitchen!

 

 

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Another view of the kitchen with it’s marble statue and crystal chandeliers!

 

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The bathrooms have freestanding tubs, rain showers, and lots and lots of Italian marble.

 

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Another view of the bathroom,showing the marble shower through the doorway and the ancient mosaic floor.

 

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The bedrooms are furnished with canopies- some have frescoes, like this room!  Magnificent!

 

 

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Yep, that’s him, of course!  The hottest hotel designer in the world, just coming off his fabulous work for JK Hotel and the Ferragamo family, Michele Bonan did the interior design for the Palozza Tournabuoni!!!  Here he is standing outside the kitchen – notice the wood doors, quite nice!!  Bonan has no web site to speak of, which is such a shame!   His work is incredible.

 

 

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A ceiling with frescoes being restored in the Four Seasons Firenze Residence Club.   

 

OK, OK, it’s back to work Monday!   On second thought, I would like just another week of vacation, please!  I hope all of you had a wonderful and fun holiday season, a Merry Christmas and here’s to 2009 – another year of design blogging!  

72 comments:

  1. Joni
    I was in Florence in July for the first time and I left my heart there at the base of the Michaelangelo's statue of David. Glup...it was breathtaking. It is so very beautiful in Florence and this Hotel looks like Heaven. Do go to experience it.

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  2. Oh Joni, I started crying a little bit when reading this post...I think this hotel may be heaven on earth. I already consider the city of Florence itself as close to heaven as it gets. You should try to get Ben to take you there!!!

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  3. Joni...I just told some friends on New Year's Eve that I really want to go to Florence. Now, I have some planning to do! Yes, I'm probably just armchair traveling, but it is a luscious idea! Thanks for your fine eye and fun dreams. Mimsy

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  4. Thanks you so much for posting this - whether or not anyone would consider this THEIR style, you have to admit it is downright beautiful!! Thank you for sharing. (It almost looks like a tour of the hotel could take up a day of your vacation!)

    Melli

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  5. Let's get packing. See ya at the airport! ;)

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  6. I want to go for the reason Patricia Gray said. I am obsessed with David (my poor husband!).

    The silver-gray dining room just takes my breath away. The designer is unbelievable. I have his JK designs filed under Beauty, of course.

    Sigh. Well, one of my New Year's resolutions was to spend less time in Blogland. I guess I am not off to a very good start. *wink*

    Happy New Year!

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  7. What an amazing hotel. I'm in love with the green bedroom, and completely inspired by all the chandeliers - they add such personality to all the spaces.

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  8. With a hotel that fabulous, I would never leave!!! Actually, I stayed in a converted convent in Naples that was SOO delightful, that I did spend an entire day in my room and the hotel's courtyard LOL. Naples isn't Florence however....I wasn't missing much..... Only in Italy!

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  9. Joni, this was beautiful! I spent my honeymoon in Florence and it was magic!

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  10. Thank you for giving us a glimpse into this luxurious hotel. It's wonderful to see such attention to detail and evidence of artists and skilled craftspeople everywhere. It looks like another time altogether. We always feel a little kinship with the Four Seasons franchise because the original hotel of the luxury mid- size chain was here in Toronto and visionary founder Isadore Sharp is still at the helm.

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  11. I'm always amazed of the old art painted on ceiling. It brings me to that moment to imagine the artist on their backs or heads tilt back painting these beautiful ceilings to enjoy for the years to come.
    I like Ben's quote “anyplace together beats anyplace apart.” There is so much truth to his quote.
    Thanks Joni for a wonderful way to start the week off. xoxo

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  12. The bathrooms break my heart. The ceilings are incredible. So much design/decorative arts talent. The ultimate in a pampering holiday. Joni, another #1 post!

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  13. I think I stopped breathing for a second. I loved so much. The terrazzo floors are incredible...love the tree of life motif, the giant candlesticks by the tub, the green bedroom...I could go on and on. Great post, chica!

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  14. Hmmm ... . I'd been planning on one of the Ferragamo hotels in Florence - but your post has me reconsidering!
    Love that big black tub in the spa...
    and the idea of reclining and savoring those frescos - JJjjjj

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  15. Joni,
    Thanks for the fabulous "tour." So much to take in...beautiful. I say for all of us whose husbands would prefer to stay home.....Girl Trip!
    Blessings,
    Renae

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  16. Gorgeous!!! And I LOVE your blog!

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  17. Joni, oh my gosh, I love the painted ceilings and frescoes everywhere in Florence!

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  18. Hi Joni,
    How wonderful is this Hotel, and your pictures as always, too fabulous. I was in Firenze a year ago, and we rented a Villa out side of the city that was owned by a Set Designer, I would do that again in a heart beat, besides, I think the Four Seasons is a wee bit out of my price range.
    Joy

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  19. Great post. I find myself checking your website at least 20 times a day. Thanks for the virtual tour.

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  20. I love FIRENZE! I did not stay at the Four Seasons... but I did stay in a lovely little hotel. The Four Seasons is GORGEOUS!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Fifi

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  21. Now that is where the "Do not Disturb" sign should be used!

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  22. Holy smokes, book me a room. Now.

    I've stayed in Four Seasons around our country, but never anywhere else. This looks divine. What a post!

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  23. It was great to start the new year with this inspiration!

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  24. Wow - perhaps they'd offer special rates for bloggers?? :)

    -Lana

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  25. I too loved Florence & really, really want to go back one day. What a fabulous hotel, completely out of the stratosphere for us normal folks, but what a dream for sure.

    Here's to 2009, Joni! Happy blogging.

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  26. Mamma Mia that's one hot designer!( and his rooms aren't bad either!lol)
    Went to Florence while in college, almost 3o years ago- gorgeous!

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  27. Wow.

    That green room would suffice for me also! exquisite - thanks for the great tour and for introducing me to Murano glass chandeliers!

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  28. For anyone who loves the mosaic fireplace surround with the bird, there is a most lovely example in the Louvre with tigers and other wild animals. It is in one of the rooms where they display Egyptian things. I've been there multiple times and that fireplace surround is just about my favorite thing to visit! Thanks, Joni, for including that photo!

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  29. This was just wonderful...thank you

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  30. Wow! Did I say "Wow"? What an incredible place. I didn't know such resorts existed for us commonfolk, but I'm sure not for my budget! Another GORGEOUS post as usual Joni! You are the queen!

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  31. Now That's a Reading Room I would love to have!!

    And those windows!!! Those marvelous windows!!

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  32. Recently I went to the norwalk aquarium with my 2.8 years old niece and nephew. As we arrived, one father was carrying his squirming screaming daughter to the car saying "now its time to say bye bye turtles", and when we left, we repeated the squirming screaming scene. If I ever got to stay in this hotel, they'd have to carry me out the same way.

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  33. Truly breathtaking posting! What a dream -- and simply the best reason to buy lottery tickets! Our friends visited Florence last summer and just adored the city! But that green bedroom is truly the tip-top of dreamy excursions -- and just imagine dinner and dancing in the ballroom! Thanks so much for a wonderful start to 2009!

    Jan at Rosemary Cottage

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  34. I had to get my lower jaw up off of my laptop, so I could type. This is absolutely incredible! Thank you for this amazing tour. laurie

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  35. Exquisite. You've taken me back to school. I am so pleased to have found you...Thank you thank you for you hard work - and we are the lucky benefactors !

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  36. Gasp! How did they get inside my little Italian get-a-way and take those pictures!?!

    I have new found respect for my tacky Capodimonte lamp now!

    Love your posts as always, Joni! Thanks!

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  37. Now that Four Season is worth leaving home for! It sounds like our husbands are out of the same mould Joni...'no place like home' and all that. I love the luxury of being at home and relish it because I travel a lot, but when I see a hotel as beautiful as that, I think I could force myself to take another flight. Another 2009 destination to add to my wish list. xv

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  38. There's just one HUGE drawback. Would you ever want to leave the hotel to explore one of the greatest art-filled cities in the world? Oh, OK, so it's a drawback I would be willing to put up with. Truly a stunning hotel property, incorporating the great beauty of Italian design and architecture, but also adding in the things sometimes forgotten in these establishments in Italy. This must rate as one of the greats. In the world.

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  39. Stunning!
    It is wonderful to know that all that beauty is being preserved and enjoyed.
    What an amazing undertaking it must have been to renovate those buildings.
    Thank you for the gorgeous tour.

    xo
    Brooke

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  40. My bags are packed but my Italian is "how you say" a bit ruf. I will order you a "cappucino!"

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  41. The artisty is amazing...the restoration of the frescoes is museum quality!

    Opulence galore in the rooms. But, my fave is the view...the sea of red tiled roofs. Stunning!

    Thanks Joni!

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  42. I can't believe that is a hotel. Can you imagine being the designer to do it! What a life he must lead. Thank you for the most fabulous post!

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  43. Who needs the museums when staying here??? What a STUNNING display or architecture and artistry!!!

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  44. Wow! Thank you! Now I know where to stay on my next visit to Florence! If only for one night it would be well worth it! For Christmas I received a gorgeous box of toiletries from Officina Profumo Farmaceutica Santa Maria Novella the most exquisite 'pharmacy' I have ever seen. Yes, you must go to Florence...

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  45. Fabulous trip and no jet lag....

    xoxo,
    Cathleen

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  46. Gorgeous photos, one of a kind hotel experience and fabulous virtual vacation. I would prefer to be there in person but this definitely does the trick for just returning back to work from vacation.
    Ciao Bella

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  47. Joni,

    As always I am in awe of your blog. I love reading my fav blogs every day and you are one of the tops on my list. It is always so informative. I love all of the pictures from everywhere that you get them. A lot of the pics have been inspiration for me in building our new home. Anyway, I know you get lots of comments, and I wanted to give you my two cents.

    Love it!!!

    Debbie

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  48. The palazxzo atrium is spectacular. My relative are from Florence. Thanks for sharing

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  49. Holy cow, Joni! I haven't had time to read all of your text but I had to comment on how beautiful this post/place is! And I'm pretty sure I'd be happy sleeping in one of the bathrooms if they'd let me just for the chance to spend time in such gorgeousness.

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  50. The pictures are so very inspiring and pretty!

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  51. Wow! I've not made it to Florence, yet- but it is on my list!

    Reminds me....need to renew that passport.

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  52. Four Seasons is my daughter's favourite hotel (is she spoiled or what?!). And of course, we love the one on Town Lake (when did it get renamed Lady Bird Lake?!). But the one in Florence... WOW!

    Happy New Year, Joni! Wishing you and your family all the best in 2009. XO

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  53. unbelievable !

    i was in florence in my 20's and never wanted to leave. i actually felt as though i had lived there in another life time.
    your post captures the magic of florence, and then goes further still.

    thank you, once again, a magnificent post.

    xx

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  54. What a fabulous post, Joni!! Gorgeous! Haven't been to Florence but would love to someday!

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  55. I'd happily sleep in the bathroom. Thank you very much.

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  56. Incredible. I especially love the bathrooms.

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  57. Hi Joni,

    I was just planning a birthday trip to
    Florence. Thank you for a lovely post. You did a thorough job. Happy New Year!

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  58. Oh I need to take deep breaths... I just posted pictures on my blog of my mom new home...This is incredible.. all your pictures are out of this world!!!! So many levels in life? You are the best. xoxoxo laura

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  59. Fantastic post Joni!

    I recently did a post about the Four Seasons designers. One of them was Pierre Yves Rochon. However, your detailed post about the Firenze hotel makes mine look like a 5 second infomercial...gee thanks Joni:(...j/k. I love all the photos and the De'Medici suite is out of this world beautiful. The last time I visited Florence, this hotel had not opened. We stayed at the Grand Hotel Medici which was beautiful but nothing like the pictures of this Four Seasons. I'm inspired to start saving up for another visit to see what this looks like up close.

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  60. That may be the most exquisite hotel in the world. Wow. The pictures were breathtaking.

    Florence is a wonderful city. If you haven't ever been, you really should work on Ben to take you there. You would absolutely love the architecture, the art, the food, the people. Need I say more?

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  61. Joni,
    my husband and I stayed here in June. It really was beautiful. The sculptures in the gardens and religious frescos were amazing. My girlfriend is a art historian and was there without her baby and husband working. On one of our tours she explained the blue that highlighted Mary in the fresco's was made of lapis. They only used it for Mary because of the expense.

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