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Tuscany - Pratolino (FI)

At the moment HOTEL DEMIDOFF COUNTRY RESORT has no available offers

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It is ideal place for a holiday in the green hills of Florence landscape is situated in Pratolino, a hamlet of order, near Fiesole and half an hour from the center of Florence and is surrounded by a large and green garden of sixteen hectares, where it is You can stroll and outdoor sports


Decorated in a contemporary style with simple but functional accessories, carpeted floors that create a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the rooms all have private bathroom, hairdryer, telephone, safe, air conditioning, mini bar, free wi-fi, telephone


24 Hour Reception, porter service (fee), lift, restaurant, TV room, bar, garden, terrace, conference room, Parking, babysitting service (on request, for a fee), games room, indoor pool with sun beds, service baby room, spa area. fitness room

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Admitted Free Small signaling prior to the call center when booking. Expected a supplement of 20 ? to be paid locally


Check in: from 15:00 onwards

Check out: before 11.00 am

Pratolino and surroundings

The Medicean Park of Pratolino is a place of natural beauty alongside a manmade wonders. Born in the late Renaissance, in 1568, when the Grand Duke Francesco I de 'Medici bought the land and entrusted the project to build a park and a villa architect Bernardo Buontalenti to turn them into a fairy living for his wife Bianca Hat. The works were carried out from 1569 to 1581.La villa, now lost, was surrounded by a park and fir under the basement floor had a complex of artificial caves with water features and self-propelled robots. Although the park was full of fantastic find and grenades. Left in ruins after the death of Francis (1587), the villa was demolished and the park renovated in English romantic style, from 1817 to 1824, by the Grand Duke Ferdinand III of Lorraine, the successor of Medici.In later the complex was sold in 1872 , the Russian Prince Paolo Demidoff who made transform the building survived the era of the Medici Villa Demidoff Paggeria in today, restoring the other remaining Renaissance structures and restoring the death of the last descendant parco.Alla Demidoff, Princess Maria Demidova, which took place in 1955, the entire complex passed to his nephew Paolo Karageorgevic of Yugoslavia before being sold to a real estate company in Rome (1963) .In 1981 it was acquired by the Provincial Administration of Florence for use with Renaissance pubblico.Dell'impianto came us the statue of the Giant of the Apennines, the chapel, the stables, the Cave of Cupid, the large stone called the Sponge Meta, the avenue degl the Zampilli well as works that have undergone renovations and modifications over the centuries (the source of Jupiter, the large aviary, the fishpond of the Mask, the cave Mugnone, the Paggeria today Villa Demidoff, Arsenal building timbers today Chalet)
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da Stefano B. - 22/08/2016, alle 14:57

cortesia e gentilezza:eccellente


ristorante:qualita' eccellente




stato hotel:buono