Riva Lofts is an early-20th-century stone building that’s been converted into urban retreat in Isolotto, a suburban neighborhood on the outskirts of the city center. This is an architect’s fantasy loft; it’s a minimalist space that highlights the building’s original architecture (exposed brickwork, arches).
Slightly further from the centre of the city lies Riva Lofts — potentially Florence’s chicest hotel. Located right by the river, Riva Lofts is impossibly fashionable and completely design-centric whilst still maintaining a personal, bed and breakfast-like feeling. The brainchild of architect Claudio Nardi, each room is unique in its design, but common threads like concrete and loft ceilings maintain a sense of continuity.
A hip, laid-back home-from-home with a party-house feel and a location that is as offbeat as the hotel itself. Riva is a stylish retreat offering sharp design and keen prices, as well as modern suites, a riverside garden, swimming pool and complimentary bikes.