Grand Amore, Italy
Florence’s newest boutique luxury hotel caters to guests’ every whim. The Grand Amore Hotel and Spa is elevating the personalized hotel experience to new heights in Florence, Italy…
Located in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant, romantic and charming cities, is the 11-room Grand Amore Hotel and Spa. The concept of home away from home is one that is widely reported on. It is a difficult balance to master, however evolving trends and stylish statement pieces makes this possible. The Grand Amore offers guests that check in an individualised home-away-from-home experience that is a perfectly personalised mix of luxury, surprise, comfort and familiarity. It is the little touches that make the stay memorable. Romantic gestures such as each guest receiving a departure gift that is based on information the ‘Comfort Crew’ has gathered before and during his/her stay, is an intimate and thoughtful concept.
The hotel’s design reflects it caring nature of service. The four-floor hotel features hardwood floors and double-height windows, which are enveloped by natural light.
Careful consideration has been taken when it came to arranging the guestrooms. With only 11 rooms in the hotel, Italian architect, Marianna Gagaliardi, was able to combine styles to offer guests checking in a selection of rooms and colour schemes to choose from. There are three Amore Executive Rooms and three Romantic Superior Rooms. For added comfort, guests can choose from three Grand Deluxe Rooms, which includes a kitchenette, sitting area and Jacuzzi tub, while the Rooftop Master Room includes a private and romantic terrace. The Amore Master Suite includes a terrace, private entrance via elevator, two bathrooms and two lavish bedrooms.
The rooms all offer views of Il Duomo and Florence’s rooftops. In-room comforts include full soundproofing, WiFi, satellite television, marble bathrooms, parquet floors, generously sized Acqua di Parma bath products and an honor bar.
All of the Grand Amore’s furniture has been designed and crafted in Italy especially for the hotel, and the artwork on the walls reflect the city’s history with a modern, and in some cases sensual edge. While eyes are initially drawn to the oversized hand-tufted-statement headboards, on closer inspection, black and white vintage photographs from Florence’s Fratelli Alinari hang on the walls, which compliments the ivory, crimson and grey colour scheme, The hotel was designed by the Italian architect Marianna Gagaliardi, whose past projects include the renovation of Florence’s Grand Hotel Villa Cora as well as the Hotel L’Orologio.
Spa and wellness facilities
Built with the guests in mind, facilities on offer in the on-site spa are vast. Customisable hydrotherapy treatments, facials and/or body massage options are all available so that guests can continue to relax.
Gagliardi has ingeniously combined the traditional architecture of a small yet beautiful building with contemporary accents, creating a dynamic sense of place. The Grand Amore Hotel and Spa offers an exceptional experience with added personalised services along the way.