Lungarno Collection Adds to Italian Portfolio

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Good news for your Italy-bound clients: Florence-based luxury hotel group owned by the Ferragamo family, formerly known as Lungarno Hotels, has changed its name to Lungarno Collection. The Collection now includes luxury and design hotels in Florence and Rome, a private villa in Tuscany and exclusive Swan Yachts and Yacht Club Residences on the Tuscan coast. The newest members of Lungarno Collection include:
 
Villa Le Rose is a restored 16th-century villa in the Tuscan countryside and located ten minutes from Florence. The two-level property accommodates 12 guests and has original frescoes and antique furnishings, a ballroom, picturesque garden and swimming pool, and a personal staff including a butler and chef.
 
Swan Sailing Yacht Solleone was designed by the Finnish Nautor's Swan shipyard and owned by Leonardo Ferragamo. Guests can charter the 90-foot yacht fully staffed to explore the Aeolian/Lipari Islands, Sardinia or the Balearic Islands. Solleone can be booked for a minimum of three nights.
 
Scarlino Yacht Club & Residences is located at the port of Marina di Scarlino in the Maremma region of Tuscany. Nine suites offer striking views of the Mediterranean and Elba, the largest island of the Tuscan archipelago. Contemporary styled suites include one or two bedrooms with fully equipped kitchens and large terraces. Personalized experiences such as a chauffeured tour of Tuscany, a day at private beach Cala Felice and sailing courses certified by the Italian Federation for adults and children can be arranged. 
 
There are also new experiences available Lungarno Collection hotels including: yoga classes on the rooftop of Hotel Continentale overlooking Florence; rotating exhibits at GALLERY Hotel Art; new artisan bicycles and romantic boat tours down the Arno River at Hotel Lungarno located near the iconic Ponte Vecchio bridge; and more. 

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