The Boscolo Astoria, which is a stone throw from Florence cathedral and from the Santa Maria Novella Station, is a magnificent example of Florentine Baroque architecture. It was here, in the Gaddi and Arrighetti Palace, a medieval edifice of great historic and architectonic importance, that John Milton wrote his masterpiece Paradise Lost. The hotel has 97 rooms and wonderful views over the cathedral. Guests will delight in the pastel colours, typical Florentine details, space and light in the rooms with their splendid decorations and city views. The Boscolo Astoria's terrace is a true open-air art gallery overlooking Giotto's belfry, the Palazzo Vecchio and the cathedral, images which are guaranteed to remain long after guests have departed.
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