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Relais Villa Antea

Listed under Best Hotels in Florence, Italy.

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Experience the intimacy of life in a turn of the century Florentine pied-a-terre. This luxuriously appointed Villa Antea was built in 1903 amid even older poplar and lime trees shading one of the cities most charming neighborhoods. Surrounded by antiques, precious tapestries and 21st centuries amenities - this is a truly unique and unforgettable place to spend a delightful holiday in Florence.

Like a luxury b&b relais, Villa Antea has an outside courtyard to have tea and cocktails when coming back from the charming atmospheres of the center of Florence.

Go to Villa Antea's Website.

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