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UNA Hotel Vittoria

UNA Hotel Vittoria Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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 and add trendy appeal. Just note that the hotel is a bit removed from the tourist heart of the city -- but it's still possible to walk to popular sights in around 20 minutes.

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.

San Gallo Palace Hotel

San Gallo Palace Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The San Gallo Palace is not so much a palace as it is a 56-room, mid-range hotel providing clean, spacious accommodations and some nice perks. A hearty breakfast buffet is served daily and guests have access to free loaner bicycles and a tiny fitness center. Rooms offer marble bathrooms, traditional decor, and hardwood floors, but have a somewhat generic look, as well as low-quality bedding and tube TVs. Visitors seeking a quiet stay should request a room facing the courtyard. The property's close proximity to the convention center may appeal to business travelers, but other visitors may find the location too remote.

Hotel Kraft

Hotel Kraft Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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 Loggiato Dei Serviti

Hotel Loggiato Dei Serviti Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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 small, plain bathrooms are a bit of a letdown. The hotel's location on the Piazza della Santissima Annunziata puts it close to many tourist sights, but some guests may feel uneasy about the homeless people who linger in this popular square.

Best Western Hotel Rivoli

Best Western Hotel Rivoli Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Best Western Hotel Rivoli offers a bit more charm than a standard chain, thanks to its setting in a former convent built more than 500 years ago. Architectural details such as wood-beamed ceilings and sandstone columns create old-world charm, while the artwork on display adds an elegant touch. The 80 rooms look dated, however, with floral print furnishings and pastel walls. The hotel features pretty courtyards and a Jacuzzi, which are popular spots for guests to unwind after a day of sightseeing. Many of Florence's famous landmarks are within a 15-minute walk of the hotel.

Palazzo Ruspoli

Palazzo Ruspoli Rating: 3.0 Pearls

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). Rooms feature pretty parquet floors, stocked mini-fridges, and work desks, but little else. The cheapest rooms are especially no-frills, with shared bathrooms and no air-conditioning. Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and free coffee add up to a good value, but the property is short on amenities.

Plus Florence

Plus Florence Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The 106-room Plus Florence is a hostel that in many ways feels like a budget hotel. Conveniently located near the rail station, the clientele at the Plus Florence is primarily young backpackers traveling on a budget, who like to party and take advantage of the hostel's social scene. Rooms are clean, and not cramped, with storage that locks, flat-screen TVs, and modern private bathrooms. An all-female dorm is also available. The amenities are exceptional for a hostel, including indoor and outdoor pools, fitness facilities, and a cafe. Travelers looking for quiet at night might want to consider the Loggia Fiorentina, a nearby hotel that offers private rooms and a more intimate setting for similar rates.

Hotel Alessandra

Hotel Alessandra Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The old-fashioned, family-run, 27-room Hotel Alessandra has a great location on a pedestrian-only street a short walk from Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery. A friendly staff and helpful concierge contribute to the warm atmosphere and are happy to make reservations for sites and tours. There’s a large staircase and tiny lift up to the reception area, which the hotel staff freely admits is a drawback for some, but overall the Hotel Alessandra provides a good value for fit travelers in a prime location.

Plus Camping Michelangelo

Plus Camping Michelangelo Rating: 1.5 Pearls

Plus Camping Michelangelo is first and foremost a super low-budget camping option, with everything that entails. Besides the price, the the spectacular views over Florence are the best thing about this complex. The wood-fired pizza oven with a scenic terrace is also a bonus, and there is patchy Wi-Fi at the bar. There are, however, question marks around the maintenance of the bathroom areas and mosquitos are a problem, but if that doesn't faze you, you won't find a cheaper way to stay in this convenient location in Florence.

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  • Air Conditioner
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  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Best Western
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