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Four Seasons Hotel Florence

Four Seasons Hotel Florence Rating: 5.0 Pearls

In the 500-year-old Palazzo della Gherardesca, the 116-room Four Seasons is one of Florence’s most luxurious hotels, combining Renaissance-era opulence with signature Four Seasons service. Guests get exclusive access to the 11-acre Giardino della Gherardesca, one of the city’s largest private gardens, along with three restaurants, an outdoor pool, and a spa. Rooms and suites range from large and comfortable to huge and palatial. A former convent across the park has 36 guest rooms that provide a more private stay. It’s definitely a splurge, and the best that Florence has to offer for those who aren't worried about price.
The St. Regis Florence

The St. Regis Florence Rating: 5.0 Pearls

One of Florence's iconic hotels, The St. Regis oozes elegance and old-world charm. Housed in a historic palace designed by Filippo Brunelleschi of Duomo fame, the hotel evokes the city's artistic splendor in its magnificent interiors. Guest rooms and public spaces are bedecked with elements like coffered ceilings, gilt mirrors, frescoes, and chandeliers. In-room amenities include big flat-screen TVs, Bose stereos with iPod docks, ultra-comfy beds, and marble bathrooms. The St. Regis prides itself on its impeccable service standards and features multilingual concierge staff, plus butler service for suites. Property facilities include a superb Tuscan restaurant and small day spa. Situated in an elegant area on the north bank of the Arno, the hotel is within a 10-minute stroll of the Piazza di Santa Maria Novella, Santa Maria Novella train station, and Ponte Vecchio Bridge.
Grand Hotel Baglioni

Grand Hotel Baglioni Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Housed in the former residences of the Bertolini princes, the Grand Hotel Baglioni lives up to the grand image painted by Florence's past. The hotel is filled with heavy-handed regal touches and ornate decor from top to bottom. The 193 rooms are very spacious (not often the case in a historic building), and feel luxurious, decked out with classic Italian furnishings, large leaded windows, gorgeous dark wood (the ceilings, floors, and furniture), and equally spacious dazzling white bathrooms (though there are some awkward shower/tub combos). Both the rooftop garden and Terrazza Brunelleschi restaurant offer stunning views of Florence. All of this comes with a hefty price tag, of course, but the convenient location and rich design make the splurge worth it for some.
Golden Tower Hotel & Spa

Golden Tower Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

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. Swanky guest rooms offer flat-screen TVs, cozy beds, and sparkling marble bathrooms. The posh vibe extends to the Golden Spa with its specially lighted whirlpools. The hotel's location is another big draw, as it is close to everything from high-end shopping to popular tourist sights.
Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy

Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 102-room hotel is known for personalized service and contemporary style. Neutral tones and tasteful fabrics create an elegant look, and are livened up by colorful artwork throughout. The attached L'Incontro Bar and Restaurant features a renowned Tuscan menu created by Michelin-starred Chef Fulvio Pierangelini and a chic dining room that spills out onto the piazza during summer months. The hotel's central location is a major draw, and most guest rooms offer spectacular views. Those facing front look out onto the piazza, which makes for a pretty vista, but a bit of noise. Rooms in the rear overlook the stunning Duomo -- even the fitness center has lovely views from its top-floor perch. Such beauty comes at a premium, however, as rates at this luxury hotel are steep. And unlike at the Golden Tower Hotel, there is no spa.
Hotel Embassy

Hotel Embassy Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The historic Hotel Embassy advertises itself as a luxury property, but some of its 38 rooms -- particularly those housed in the newer building -- are not quite high-end. All feature flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi, and some even have furnished terraces. But with decor ranging from classic -- think: wooden beams, restored 19th-century ceiling frescoes, and wooden floors -- to generic and contemporary, the design experience can vary greatly. There isn't much in the way of amenities -- just a small business center and an attractive breakfast room with vaulted brick ceilings. The highlight here is arguably the hotel's convenient location, which is adjacent to the Santa Maria Novella train station and within walking distance of major attractions.
Santa Maria Novella Hotel

Santa Maria Novella Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This luxury boutique hotel dating to the 19th century has elegant decor and a focus on art. Some rooms, and a rooftop terrace, provide direct views of the Santa Maria Novella church. The property encompasses few different buildings, so getting to your room may require trips on multiple elevators and stairways. It's worth comparing rates with the nearby Grand Hotel Minerva, which has a similar atmosphere and views, plus a rooftop pool.
Boscolo Hotel Astoria

Boscolo Hotel Astoria Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This former medieval palace has a classic look and some historic artwork, but is beginning to show its age. Part of a subset of business hotels by the Boscolo chain, the hotel is in a central location close to attractions and also offers meeting rooms and beautiful views from a rooftop terrace. It’s a good value for basic accommodations in an historic building, but many guests say it is not a true four-pearl property.
Hotel Regency

Hotel Regency Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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. Extras include free Wi-Fi, a free breakfast buffet, free minibar soft drinks, and 24-hour concierge service, but the hotel's location is a bit far from Florence's major sights.
Grand Hotel Minerva

Grand Hotel Minerva Rating: 4.0 Pearls

If asked to picture a postcard version of Florence, the views from the Grand Hotel Minerva are most likely what would come to mind. The lovely rooftop pool and terrace offer up some of the most picturesque views in the city, and many rooms have balconies offering similarly excellent outlooks (most balconies have great views of the Santa Maria Novella Plaza, and those on higher floors have spectacular views of Florence's skyline). All rooms and suites are spacious, with high ceilings and elegant furniture, and bathrooms are modern (if a little tight); plenty of handicap accessible units are on offer. The hotel's central location, high-end restaurant, and regal historic ambiance make it easy to justify the splurge.

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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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