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“Dine Around” Half Board Package at Florence’s New Luxury Hotel

Lunch at La Terrazza

Lunch at La Terrazza

Florence’s latest Luxury Hotel, Il Salviatino has launched a stunning Half Board package for its select guests.  It is called “Dine Around.”  All Guest bookings made from the Junior Suite Category and above shall have a complimentary half board package for two included. Unlike tradtional half board packages, the Dine Around package offers a meal (lunch or dinner can be freely chosen daily) which guests can decide to enjoy in any of the wonderful restaurants on site or at some of Florence’s most renowned and popular restaurants. This is just another example of the “freedom is luxury” philosophy at Il Salviatino.

Chef Saverio Sbaragli at Il Salviatino

Chef Saverio Sbaragli at Il Salviatino

Il Salviatino’s star chef, Saverio Sbaragli states,  “Nothing makes me happier than seeing our guests dine on property and seeing them return day after day. However in a city and a region with such a rich and varied gastronomic tradition we thought that it was only fair to offer our guests some amazing alternatives. On many occasions, guests may find dining in the city a risky business. We want to eliminate that risk and ensure that when they are not on property guests will still have an exceptional Tuscan experience”.

Some of the chosen partners of Il Salviatino are L’Antico Ristoro di’ Cambi, famous for its Fiorentina T-Bone steak and Olio and Convivium, a gastronomic atelier in the Palazzo Capponi.

For more information about the “Dine Around” package please call: 0039  055 904 1111 or write to

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