Hotel Brunelleschi Offers a Night in Florentine Medieval Tower

Hotel Brunelleschi has announced that it is offering a night in its Florentine tower suite atop the Medieval Pagliazza Tower, nested within the hotel building. From the tower suite, guests can enjoy a view of Florence with the Giotto’s clock tower, the Renaissance dome by Brunelleschi (Duomo of Florence), and Palazzo Vecchio.

The tower suite boasts of Byzantine stone walls, antique oak parquet flooring, 18th century mirrors, and golden iron chandeliers. The setting is that of the most ancient buildings of Florence, it was built by the Byzantines between 541 and 544 AD to defend themselves from Goths.

The 66 square meter (710 square foot) two-story suite is also fitted with Italian furnishing by Italian architect and designer Benelli. On the ground floor is a living room with sofa and a 42” LED TV, as well as a bathroom with Jacuzzi bath tub. The first floor sleeping room boasts a 94” (240 cm) diameter round bed with a set of feather pillows and a set of anti-allergy pillows, a 3D 55” LED TV and bathroom with shower. Both bathrooms display original lacked and decorated glass designed by a glass craftsman.

Upon arrival in their tower suite, guests receive one bottle of Tuscan red wine, fresh fruit basket and a selection of sweets. Hotel Brunelleschi guest services include: private airport or railway transfers, early check-in and late check-out, luggage unpacking and packing, garment pressing upon arrival, and luxurious bath amenities by Maison Dr. Vranjes.

Hotel Brunelleschi boasts architectonic features such as a VI century semicircular Byzantine tower - where the Tower Suite is located - a medieval church and a Roman calidarium, now embedded in the hotel foundations. Recent restoration works have preserved their original appearance and a precious collection of the tower findings are on display in the hotel private museum.