Starhotels

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Starhotels S.p.A.
Private
Industry Hospitality, Hotels, Tourism
Founded 1980 in Florence, Italy
Founder Ferruccio Fabri
Headquarters Florence, Italy
Key people
Elisabetta Fabri—President & CEO
Enzo Casati—Managing Director[1][2][3]
Products Hotels
Services Management of Hotels
Revenue Estimated at €142 million[4][5]
Website www.starhotels.com

Starhotels is a privately owned hotel chain based in Florence that operates 29 luxury hotels (23 in Italy, three in London, and one each in Paris and New York City).

The chain was founded in 1980 by Ferruccio Fabri and is operated today by his daughter Elisabetta Fabri.[6]

The hotels strive to have a "made in Italy" feel and most of the hotels are four-star hotels with The Michelangelo (formerly the Hotel Taft) in New York City and Castille Paris being five star hotels.[7]

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