For those who want to find themselves wandering in Italy, but yet stay closer to home, our doors are open again! However, your health is the number one priority right now. That is why we would like to let you know what we're doing to safely receive you.
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Hotel Botticelli loves to be inspired by her name-giver, painter Sandro Botticelli. One of his most famous works ‘The Birth of Venus’ can be admired in the Uffizi-gallery in Florence and simultaneously forms the inspiration for the decor of the hotel. Warm colors, soft pastels, like an Italian sunrise, cover the walls of each room. Additionally, we furbished the hotel and rooms with Italian furniture. Replica’s of famous paintings, likewise seen in the ‘Battistero San Giovanni’ chapel in Florence are used on the walls and off course you’ll find paintings inspired by Sandro Botticelli. His actual name is Alessandro Filipepi, but since he loved Italian food so much, resulting in a large waistline, he got nicknamed Botticelli, meaning ‘barrel’.
Want a relaxing stay, but don’t need that much space? Our standard rooms offer the perfect solution. The same Meditteranean style as the other rooms in Hotel Botticelli, the standard room is equipped...
A bit more spacious than the standard rooms, but just as tasteful and romantic in its decoration. We used the extra space for a little corner to sit and relax, there is a desk as well with a minibar...
The perfect room for a romantic getaway or for those who have something to celebrate. The ‘Le Tre Grazie’ room derives its name from a fresco artwork that decorates the wall of this room. It’s a...
Our duplex room is situated across two floors. The spacious bathroom is part of the vide, where you’ll find a bath and shower and toilet. The two one-person beds are situated in the other part of the...
Our Junior Suite is perfect for a relaxing stay. Just like the other rooms in Hotel Botticelli, this room is also decorated in soft pastels and warm Meditteranean colors. You’ll have a good night's...