What defines a five-star luxury hotel? At the Portrait Firenze, a charming boutique hotel of the Lungarno Collection, customization, exclusive services and harmonious hospitality play a fundamental role. In the background is the sophisticated décor of the Florentine architect and interior designer Michele Bönan.
Since 2014, the five-star luxury hotel, the last creation of the Lungarno Collection group and member of The Leading Hotels of the World, welcomes guests in Florence with style and sophistication. The hotel’s common areas and 34 exclusive suites overlooking the Arno River and Ponte Vecchio share warm wood hues, harmonious lines and a modern interpretation of the vintage Florentine style. The distinctive colors range include matte grey, black and golden, which give life to a discreet and enveloping allure. The walls are enriched with unpublished photographs from the 1950s and 1960s photographic archive of Locchi, Giorgini and Alinari, and depict celebrities and royalty during their Florentine holidays. And there is more: sculptures and installations contribute to making this Florence luxury hotel a true work of art.
The suites of the Portrait Firenze were conceived as true homes featuring a variety of amenities, including mega TV screen, as well as iPad and Blutetooth to play music. In some suites, the cherry on the cake is the terrace overlooking the Arno river to enjoy unforgettable toasts at sunset.
However, the five-star luxury hotel treatment begins even before your arrival in Florence: the Lifestyle Team of the boutique hotel, immediately upon reservation, give guests undivided attention, asking specific questions on what guests would like in their suite and preparing personalized plans on what to visit in the city.