Four Days, Four Centuries of Jewish Florence

Hotel Savoy is built on the site where the the Jewish Ghetto, Mercato Vecchio and church of San Tommaso once stood. Work on the hotel started in 1893 and, once completed, it was praised for its modern and luxurious touches — including central heating, an elevator and even electric lights.

On the Piazzaa della Republica, the luxurious Savoy sits at the heart of Florence, ringed by cafes, vibrant nightlife and just minutes from the Piazza del Duomo, the Medici Chapel and the Piazzar Signoria.