The historic building of IL Tornabuoni, one of the most prestigious in Via Tornabuoni was acquired by Hines European Core Fund (HECF) in 2016. It dates back to the XV Century and spans over six floors, one destined for retail and five to the 5-star luxury lifestyle hotel, totaling more than 5,000 square meters. Steps from the historic Ponte Vecchio and Arno River, IL Tornabuoni's interiors are designed by Milan-based architect Andrea Auletta. Each of IL Tornabuoni's five floors are designed with a distinct color scheme as a nod to the Renaissance period, embodying the city's rich history and artistic magnificence by incorporating distinct regal and bold gem colors including vibrant teals, deep blues, sunny yellows, energetic vermillion and soft greys. The wallpaper for each room and suite was custom designed by Auletta with lush fabrics including silk, rich velvet and wool were used for the furnishings. Most rooms and suites provide two double beds for guests, a rarity found in much of Italy and Europe, along with grandiose bathrooms which recall the lavishness of ancient spas. Many suites offer stunning views of the Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore, and the famous Cupola del Brunelleschi or the picturesque Arno River and Il Ponte Vecchio. The restored Minerbetti Palazzo has retained much of its heritage with state-of-the-art avant-Garde interiors and the property's opulent look and feel perfectly blends historic prestige with modern day beauty. Florence's historic city center, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, is experiencing a rebirth and together with IL Tornabuoni welcomes the return of tourism. Most recently, the Abbey of San Miniato, the Church of San Salvatore al Monte, the Rampe, Piazzale Michelangelo, the Rose Garden and the Iris Garden, were all declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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