The hall is really elegant and offers to the guests a warm and refined atmosphere.
The hotel Villa Aurora features 24 elegant single, double and triple rooms, all with private bathroom and hairdryer. All accommodations are furthermore equipped with air conditioning, safe, mini bar, satellite TV, direct dial telephone and heating. Some rooms have a panoramic view over Florence.
The restaurant offers elegant dining, with breathtaking views of Florence. With its wealth of history and memories, set in an enchanting natural environment, the most romantic of atmospheres is created and enjoyed. Along with exquisite dishes from both regional and national cuisines with a modern touch, guests can taste superb wines from the Wine List, boasting over 300 labels and the fabulous typical tuscany products.
Fiesole, with its wealth of archaeological finds from its ancient Etruscan and then Roman past, lies in the luxuriant hills which dominate the Florentine skyline. Here, where time seems to stand still amongst the centuries-old cypress trees and ancient ruins, stands the hotel Villa Aurora, once a theatre entertaining the British nobility built by Sir W. B. Spence. After the performances, the wealthy English lord would entertain his guests and the members of the Walking Men's Club' the many British citizens who would arrive on foot from their nearby villas - inviting them to refreshments at the Hosteria'. This old tavern was already a landmark on the city maps of the period, but it was around that time that it became known as Aurora', taking the name from the great fresco L'Aurora by Guido Reni which adorned the façade of the theatre.