Villa Cora is an elegant hotel nestled in a centuries-old park. Overlooking Florence's verdant Boboli Gardens and designed to impress, this historic space makes an ideal home base.
Villa Cora is an aristocratic residence styled with eclectic decor in Tuscany’s most notable city. It is often considered to be one of Florence’s most beautiful buildings. Its guest list is impressive too; the property has hosted Princess Eugenia, wife of Napoleon III, and Russian composer Tchaikovsky.
With so many luxurious room options, there is something to satisfy every taste. The common theme running throughout the Villa Cora is the utmost glamour. Frescoes, inlaid wooden floors, velvet four-poster beds, Rococo furniture, large mirrors, and decorative wallpaper make each unique room feel like a sumptuous jewel box. When you rest your head on the pillow and look up, you will notice the detailed stucco ceilings. Carrara marble bathrooms make sense entirely in such a glamorous property.
Gourmet, seasonal meals are eaten in the opulent oriental-style restaurant, topped with a domed ceiling. Order a cocktail in the decadent bar at Villa Cora.
See the city that inspired Michelangelo from the hotel rooftop. Make a splash in the outdoor pool, shadowed by majestic oak trees. It’s a welcome respite after strolling through Florence’s Renaissance streets. More than 100 types of roses and manicured hedges add a soft touch of color to your immaculate surroundings. Chiseled statues dotted among the greenery bring Florence to life, further reminding you that you are in one of the world’s most artistic cities.
There will be many moments during your stay at Villa Cora when you will feel as though you are staying in a royal abode.Request Information