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Perfect for families, groups or couples who enjoy luxury and independence while travelling. Enjoy the space and privacy of these fully-furnished, self-standing mansions — travellers can cook, lounge and explore at their leisure. Note that in Bali, a resort will also be called a villa.

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  • A charming villa in Tuscany with a very helpful host, a few kilometers from the center of Firenze. The villa is very tastefully decorated and the staff are exceptional. We had a very pleasant stay with my family, I just have to recommend the experience. We had a great time here and thoroughly enjoyed the spectacular views from our opulent villa.

  • Cooking class, pizza party, tour of the villa and farm, and the hosts that made it all a wonderful stay.

  • Unique and.charming villa very spacious with plenty of room for our family of 4 (2 grown kids age 22 and 25). They were having a cooking class when we arrived which added to the authenticity (they brought over 2 desserts in the evening - very thoughtful touch). Villa is retty close to the airport - only about a 15 minute drive (main reason we selected this property).

  • The hotel is located in an historic villa of significant historical importance and is worth staying a few nights for the experience. To get into Florence park the car and go in by train. Works well.

  • Beautiful old villa, palazzo even, some of it 800 years old. Needs lots of M&R and TLC but reeks history and atmosphere. Staying here you feel like you are doing a little to keep the past alive. If you stay at Villa Villoresi, have dinner there. We mostly eat dinner at a restaurant other than in our hotel, but there is not a lot of choice nearby. After 2 nights eating elsewhere we then had dinner 3 nights in a row at Villa Villoresi and it was very good, reasonably priced, and no problems getting home.

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