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Hotels in Florence

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Loggiato dei Serviti

Loggiato dei Serviti

Florence

Much loved by Guide readers, Rodolfo Gattai’s B&B is in ‘one of Florence’s loveliest squares’, ‘easily reached from all directions.'
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Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci

Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci

Florence

‘Excellently located’, this ‘beautifully kept’ B&B hotel has been run for many years by its owners, the Bechi family. 
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Hotel Villa Belvedere

Hotel Villa Belvedere

Florence

With ‘stunning views’ over Florence and the surrounding hills, this family friendly hotel ‘couldn’t be faulted’ by a visitor.
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Hotel Hermitage

Hotel Hermitage

Florence

Overlooking the Arno, between the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi, this ‘very peaceful’ B&B hotel has ‘marvellous views of the duomo’.
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Hotel Monna Lisa

Hotel Monna Lisa

Florence

In the city centre, this Renaissance palace is now a ‘beautiful and gracious’ hotel with ‘stunning’ lounges filled with antiques and art treasures, and neo-classical drawings and sculpture by Giovanni Duprè, an ancestor of the present owners.
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Relais Uffizi

Relais Uffizi

Florence

By the Uffizi Gallery, Elisabetta Matucci’s B&B is a 15th-century building in a little pedestrianised street (reached under an ancient arch) off the Piazza della Signoria.
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Hotel Casci

Hotel Casci

Florence

Hotel Casci isn't fancy, but considering the location (150m from Florence Cathedral) the rates are very reasonable and the owners, the Lombardi family, pride themselves on being some of the friendliest hoteliers in town.
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Hotel Spadai

Hotel Spadai

Florence

The location of this stylish new hotel (it opened in 2015) couldn't be bettered - it's 100m from Florence Cathedral and in easy walking distance of the city's major sights.

Art, architecture and history

The wealth of world-class art and architecture found in Florence brings the tourist masses flocking, but the city offers more: along with great restaurants and nightlife, there is a flourishing contemporary art, opera and classical music scene. 

Just wandering the narrow medieval streets is an experience in itself, or standing on the Arno River watching the light change with the time of day. For a respite from the city and crowds, head to Boboli Gardens, which has beautiful gardens and panoramic views of Florence.

Don’t miss the city’s newly-gentrified Oltrarno district (the area across the Arno River). What was a large open-air car park has been transformed into a pedestrianized square, and boutiques, restaurants and bars are bringing visitors to a characterful area previously overlooked. 

Our selection of hotels ranges from gorgeous restored palaces in the centre of town to restful retreats on the outskirts with swimming pools and gardens. 

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