Hotel Palazzo Gaddi in Florence is currently closed for a transformative renovation and restoration.
In embarking on this exciting programme, the first under its Dedica ‘for the Arts’ platform, The Dedica Anthology demonstrates a full commitment to restoring a Florentine Renaissance palace, along with authentic paintings, sculptures, furnishings and frescoes that are integral to the rich fabric of the building.
Masterminded by internationally-renowned interior architects Patrizia Quartero and Guy Oliver, and working with specialist restorers and local artisans, the renovation will focus on creating a contemporary hotel with a strong sense of place derived from its antique Florentine architecture. The new artistic direction will enhance all rooms, suites, public spaces and the hotel’s famous rooftop terrace overlooking the Duomo and Campanile.
We would like to thank staff, guests and friends sincerely for their patience and loyalty throughout this period, and we look forward to welcoming you back on 1st February 2020, when Palazzo Gaddi will reopen as the full expression of The Dedica Anthology brand.
In choosing Florence, you’ve chosen to immerse yourself completely in the art and beauty of the Italian Renaissance. That’s why the Hotel Palazzo Gaddi Firenze is the ideal choice for your stay. You’ll be accommodated in the rooms of the Palazzo Gaddi and Palazzo Arrighetti, historic buildings belonging to noble Florentine families, where art recounts the passage of centuries every step of the way, from the lobby to your room. Indeed, it was while living at Palazzo Gaddi that the great English author John Milton found inspiration for his masterpiece, Paradise Lost, and in these very rooms that he wrote it.
The nobility of the luxury Hotel Palazzo Gaddi Firenze is also reflected in its location: the church of Santa Maria Novella, abounding in great art, is right nearby (as is the convenient railway station of the same name), and a short stroll will take you directly to Florence’s historic centre. An undeniable advantage that puts the most beautiful areas of the city right at your fingertips.
The prestigious conference rooms of the luxury Hotel Palazzo Gaddi Firenze, decorated in the Florentine Baroque style, are the perfect backdrop for important events. The hotel offers wonderful opportunities for wedding in Florence with its handsomely furnished reception rooms and can be the ideal choice for a wedding.
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