Full details and gallery of showcasing the Florence hotel’s new look.
The Hotel Savoy in Florence has reopened its doors after an extensive renovation project in collaboration with Florentine fashion house, Emilio Pucci.
Director of Design, Olga Polizzi, sought to enhance the timeless elegance of the hotel using hints of the Renaissance and artisans. Laudomia Pucci, Image Director at Emilio Pucci, has collaborated on the project, bringing Italian design into the hotel to create what Hotel Savoy calls a ‘unique ambiance’.
The hotel entrance and lobby have been reinstated to their original grandeur, with a five meter high corniced ceiling. The fluid and mostly white space is punctuated with colourful art and design, including paintings by Luca Pignatelli.
Pucci’s touch continues throughout the lobby, where the print has been carried over on cushions that decorate the sofas in a strong solid statement of black and fuchsia, while two armchairs feature a velvet flower print that merges renaissance motifs with a ‘pop art spirit’.
The modern and sophisticated look of the hotel lobby is completed with a hand tufted rug featuring the iconic “Lamborghini” print from the Emilio Pucci Archives in nuances of pinks, greys, white and black.
Polizzi & Pucci have also created a new look for the guest rooms and suites which have been designed to give a sense of calm, freshness and the tranquil tones used, combined with the luxurious fabrics in a mix of materials, create a predominantly Italian feel, mirroring the essence of Rocco Forte.
You can browse a full gallery of the renovated areas below: