Hotel Regency


The INTOSOL travel consultant team proudly presents another Tuscan hotel gem: The Boutique Hotel Regency, located in Florence, offers finest comforts and was awarded a membership in the highly regarded association The Leading Small Hotels of the World.


The Hotel Regency was originally constructed as a private villa in the early 19th century. Despite regular and recent renovations, the venerated house’s charm has lost nothing of its original, elegant appeal.


Its history as a functioning hotel read more » also dates back quite a few years: in the 1930s the Regency first opened its doors to the discerning public. It is located right in the heart of Florence on the picturesque Piazza Massimo d’Azeglio – close to the action, but quiet and tasteful haven to retreat to.


Strong, Mediterranean colours, finest furniture, select textiles and a fascination for details recall the long history of the hotel. And indeed, it is easy to picture the upper class ladies and gentlemen that frequented the Regency in the 30s and 40s in their finest Sunday dresses, parading the ancient streets of Florence.


The best start into a new day in Italy is a hearty breakfast. Savour the aroma of fresh Italian cappuccino or espresso. Sip a juice freshly pressed from Sicilian oranges and indulge in the fresh bread and warm croissants.


At night, the Relai le Jardin restaurants throws open its doors and welcomes gourmets with the tantalising aroma of Agnolotti and other local specialities. On a fine day, the delicacies are served on the veranda overlooking the neatly kept hotel gardens. Just wonderful!


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The Boutique Hotel Regency’s extravagant fascination for details is also reflected in the 35 rooms‘ and suites‘ select décor and furniture. Each of the refined units has been individually and lovingly read more » decorated.


As a result, the rooms resemble supremely cosy retreats offering quiet privacy and fine style. Of course, you enjoy the choice between different accommodation categories. The available categories are the Double Room Classics, Double Room Deluxe, a Junior Suite and a Suite.


The interior design is supremely harmonious: Colours, textiles, furniture, wall decorations and art objects all complement one another and contribute to a warm and welcoming ambience that invites you to unplug from it all, forgetting the stress and tension of everyday life!


The bathrooms are decked out in polished marble. Steam up the room with a long, hot shower and slip into the soft bathrobe and slippers to enjoy a refreshing drink from the mini bar.


An air-conditioning system kicks up a cool breeze on a hot day and the electronic safe keeps your valuables safe and your sleep sound. Of course, a TV and internet connection are provided.


When was the last time you enjoyed a romantic candlelight dinner? If you have kids who do not yet fully grasp the concept of romantic moments you may request the Regency’s professional and caring babysitting service leaving you free to enjoy a night in Florence!


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Immerse yourself in the bustling crowds, the majestic monuments and fine arts of Tuscany’s capital city Florence! You need only step outside the Hotel Regency for a host of museums, galleries and monasteries.


Culture, read more » architecture, fine arts, wealth and power are the foundation stones that have shaped and elevated Florence. Especially because of the abundance of art of incalculable value, Florence has also become known as the Italian Athens.


Florence is a world of wonder, an experience! The day certainly has its charm. However, it is the night that is truly special. Lodged at the Boutique Hotel Regency you can stroll the streets and sip the drinks long after the travel groups and day trippers have left the city.


The ambience is captivating and hours are spent blissfully just strolling the streets. At some stage, the celebrated Duomo more than deserves a visit! A name invariably connected with the city is Medici.


The vastly powerful family acquired a reputation as great patrons of art and culture. Especially young and promising artists received their support. Among others, Michelangelo, who sculpted his famous David, and Leonardo da Vinci, who painted The Baptism of Christ. And it was in Florence that Dante wrote the Devine Comedy and Boccaccio the Decameron.


The picturesque setting alone is a reason to visit Florence. And then, there are a host of activities and cultural attractions. After a long day spent out and about, it is a great pleasure to return to the comfortable Hotel Regency for a quiet night after a big day.


Of course, you may always indulge guilt free in a day of blissful idleness. Take a good book out into the Regency’s lovely gardens or just settle down with a cup of coffee and let your thought fly free. Just wonderful! Welcome to Florence!


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