Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Characterized by cobblestone streets, red rooftops, and sweeping views of the nearby Tuscany hills, Florence charms visitors from the moment they enter the city. Continue to be swept off your feet while visiting the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance at these lovely boutiques: This intimate, family-run boutique is ideal for those seeking an authentic stay in Florence within easy reach of tourist sights. Built centuries ago as the home of a Florentine merchant family, this property was inherited through marriage by the Niccolinis in 1891. They have kept its historic charm intact, having preserved the wood-beamed ceilings and frescoed walls. Each guest room has a unique layout, but all are furnished with antiques, flat-screen TVs, and stocked mini-fridges. Many have large windows that feature stunning views of the iconic Duomo cathedral across the street.

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 Characterized by cobblestone streets, red rooftops, and sweeping views of the nearby Tuscany hills, Florence charms visitors from the moment they enter the city. Continue to be swept off your feet while visiting the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance at these lovely boutiques:
This intimate, family-run boutique is ideal for those seeking an authentic stay in Florence within easy reach of tourist sights. Built centuries ago as the home of a Florentine merchant family, this property was inherited through marriage by the Niccolinis in 1891. They have kept its historic charm intact, having preserved the wood-beamed ceilings and frescoed walls. Each guest room has a unique layout, but all are furnished with antiques, flat-screen TVs, and stocked mini-fridges. Many have large windows that feature stunning views of the iconic Duomo cathedral across the street.
Characterized by cobblestone streets, red rooftops, and sweeping views of the nearby Tuscany hills, Florence charms visitors from the moment they enter the city. Continue to be swept off your feet while visiting the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance at these lovely boutiques:
This intimate, family-run boutique is ideal for those seeking an authentic stay in Florence within easy reach of tourist sights. Built centuries ago as the home of a Florentine merchant family, this property was inherited through marriage by the Niccolinis in 1891. They have kept its historic charm intact, having preserved the wood-beamed ceilings and frescoed walls. Each guest room has a unique layout, but all are furnished with antiques, flat-screen TVs, and stocked mini-fridges. Many have large windows that feature stunning views of the iconic Duomo cathedral across the street. The Hotel Regency is a 35-room luxury boutique with an unpretentious, friendly atmosphere. Elements such as ornate wallpaper, dramatic drapes, and tray ceilings give the rooms old-world charm, but decor varies, and most rooms are in need of updating. The exterior of the hotel looks like a stately residence, and has decorative ironwork. Inside, comfortable couches and rich colors dominate the decor, and there is a lovely private garden where guests can dine. This 16th-century property features a distinguished facade -- and an impressive history to match. Together with the famed Ospedale degli Innocenti building, it forms one of Florence's most stunning Renaissance-era architectural complexes. Beautiful arches and columns make for an impressive exterior and the feeling of grandeur continues inside, with wood-beamed ceilings and parquet floors throughout. Rooms aren't quite luxurious, but do feature antique furnishings, flat-screen TVs, and air-conditioning. The Golden Tower Hotel is a luxury boutique renowned for its decadent touches and prime location. A blend of contemporary Italian furnishings, sumptuous fabrics, and rustic architectural details create a vibe that is opulent without being too stuffy. The posh vibe extends to the Golden Spa with its specially lighted whirlpools. The understated exterior of the UNA Hotel Vittoria belies the funky, ultra-modern decor found inside this 84-room property. The hotel's eclectic style is hard to peg: Plastic furniture can be found in common areas, while Renaissance-style paintings adorn dark, atmospheric hallways. The design elements are definitely distinctive, but traditionalists seeking a classic Florentine vibe may prefer a more conventional property. Also, the hotel's location outside of the city center means most of Florence's tourist sights are not accessible by foot. The Hotel Brunelleschi is a historic boutique property that's on the higher end of the price scale -- for good reason. The 95 rooms are of average size by Florence standards, and have lovely, classic decor -- wood floors, crisp white linens, wall panel molding, and in suites, four-poster canopy beds (though some rooms have contemporary touches, such as dramatic headboards). The hotel juxtaposes modern design elements such as glass staircases with historic elements such as old stone walls, and houses a private museum displaying ancient Roman artifacts found near the hotel. It's more about comfort than style at this 44-room boutique. The gorgeous lobby is perhaps the most lavish part of the hotel, with its marble and stone floors, intricate moldings, and ornate ceiling. Guest rooms, however, are no-frills. Most are small and sparsely furnished, with few amenities. A highlight is the quaint rooftop terrace equipped for dining and drinks. The hotel's main selling point is its prime locale, which is great for tourists. This 77-room hotel sits in a quiet locale that's a bit removed from Florence's main attractions. A major draw is the rooftop terrace with small, seasonal pool and bar that overlooks the Tuscan hillsides. The rooms, however, are a mixed bag -- some have a bland look with generic furniture, while others feature bright accent walls and stylish adornments such as gilded mirrors. Flat-screen TVs add a modern touch, but some furnishings are showing signs of wear and tear. Overall, this hotel is a decent value, with perks such as free daily breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Hotel Palazzo Dal Borgo Aprile is a family-run hotel in a Renaissance building. Rooms are decorated in traditional Florentine style with canopy beds and rich upholstery, and street-side rooms on the upper floors offer fantastic views over the rooftops of central Florence. Despite the age of the building -- it was built in 1480 -- bathrooms are functional and have large bathtubs. Hotel perks include a lovely terrace in the back of the hotel, free breakfast in the charming bar, and free Wi-Fi. Room keys attached to large red tassels are a memorable touch. This former convent turned boutique hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of the city's main attractions, but is situated in what looks like the back alley of a building complex. The public spaces are welcoming, featuring a charming lobby with arched ceilings and adjacent courtyard with potted plants. Free breakfast is a great perk, but the free Wi-Fi can only be accessed from the lobby. The Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco is definitely distinctive, from its cheery yellow facade to its boldly decorated interior spaces. An extensive collection of contemporary art brings modern flair to the classically Italian public spaces and rooms, which feature coffered ceilings, exposed brick, and ornate furnishings. The hotel offers a great base location for scouting Florence's tourist sites, as many are within walking distance. Before heading out for the day, guests can grab a bite to eat at the cozy breakfast lounge. For lunch and dinner options, the pretty Il Dresco bistro offers tasty Italian fare made with local ingredients. This B&B offers a great location just 21 yards from the Duomo cathedral (with lovely views of this gorgeous landmark from some rooms) and within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and museums. Checkered fabrics and classic Italian furniture make for an authentic old-world vibe, but guests who seek luxury touches will be disappointed (think tube TVs and tiny showers). Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and free coffee add up to a good value, but the property is short on amenities.
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