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Grand Hotel Villa Cora

Grand Hotel Villa Cora Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A luxury hotel with history and style just south of the center of Florence, the Villa Cora was built in the late 1860s by Baron Oppenheim, a German financier, and was restored in 2010. It is part of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux fellowship of hotels and restaurants. With a unique heated outdoor pool and a subterranean spa, the special property is a good spot for both relaxation and sightseeing. Those who are up for it can walk a little more than a mile and a half to attractions in the center of Florence, including the Duomo, but the hotel also offers a free shuttle. The hotel provides a fairly good value for its class and amenities.
Palazzo Magnani Feroni

Palazzo Magnani Feroni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 12-room Renaissance-era palace just south of the Arno River preserves the atmosphere of living in an ancient private residence. The five-pearl property features a dozen large suites with original architectural features and antiques. Prices are on par with similar historic properties farther away from the city center, such as the Grand Hotel Villa Cora. Though there are plenty of places to eat in the neighborhood, one downside is that the hotel doesn't have a restaurant.
Il Salviatino

Il Salviatino Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This updated 15th-century villa, located on top of a hill just two miles north of Florence, offers five-pearl luxury in a stunning setting. There are beautiful views of Florence and the Tuscan countryside from many rooms, and 19th-century frescoes and antique furnishings. The food from chef Carmine Calò gets high marks. This Renaissance-era property is a splurge.
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.
Hotel Palazzo Dal Borgo Aprile

Hotel Palazzo Dal Borgo Aprile Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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.
Hotel Degli Orafi

Hotel Degli Orafi Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Overlooking the Ponte Vecchio, the 42-room Hotel Degli Orafi offers a prime location for travelers seeking easy access to Florence’s prime attractions. While the guestrooms are a little dated, the picture-perfect views from many of them are the star here. In fact, the hotel was the setting for the Oscar-winning film “A Room With a View,” which one fourth-floor guest room is named for. The building itself dates back to the 13th century and features charming historic details throughout, including frescoes and coffered ceilings.
Grand Hotel Mediterraneo

Grand Hotel Mediterraneo Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Grand Hotel Mediterraneo is a 331-room hotel in a busy neighborhood just outside the center of Florence. With its many guest rooms and meeting spaces, the property draws large tour groups. It can be a good value for travelers who don’t mind walking to the main sights. However, guests shouldn’t expect the advertised four-star experience, as it is a somewhat generic property that offers few features.
Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco

Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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. Guests seeking quiet surroundings should avoid street-facing rooms, as they are prone to traffic noise. 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.


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