San Francisco’s Villa Florence Completes First Phase of Major Renovation

By Paul Riegler on 19 March 2015
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frisco1Villa Florence, an independent hotel in San Francisco, announced the completion of the first phase of a renovation project that will eventually encompass the entire property.

The hotel said on Thursday that it had completed the renovation of its 182 existing guestrooms and added seven additional rooms.  The inspiration, according to the hotel, was a modern-day Florentine villa.

The décor continues to be Italian themed and rooms feature unique pieces of furniture.  The hallways feature a design inspired by the Renaissance intended to evoke the spirit of art, literature, and learning.

Rooms are furnished with cut velvet lounge chairs, headboards with large Peony flowers (the property says this is reminiscent of Florentine flower markets), and bed pillows with the Fleur-des-Lis, the symbol of Florence.  New desks have easily accessible electrical outlets and USB ports as well as a built-in make-up station and are paired with an ergonomic desk chair.  New reading lights were also added.

Upon checking in, guests will receive Italian treats that include biscotti and Limoncello, an Italian lemon liqueur.

The next and final phase of the renovation project will include the lobby and the hotel’s three meeting rooms.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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