Florence Hotels
27 Hotels Found
Sort by:
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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Hotel Pierre Florence

Hotel Pierre Florence Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Pierre is in a 13th century building located in the historic center of Florence. Though it has been updated several times over the centuries, the building hasn't lost any its Florentine charm. Arched doors, windows, and detailed woodwork are all lovely historic details. Rooms are light and airy, and have decorative touches such as light peachy pink walls and antique-style furniture. The size and amenities of the bathrooms vary, but all are functional. The intimate, 50-room property has no real features, but the free breakfast is a nice touch, and the central location means that all of the main tourist attractions can be reached by foot. It's also worth considering the nearby (and comparably charming) Hotel Brunelleschi.

Hotel Mulino di Firenze

Hotel Mulino di Firenze Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located on the banks of the River Arno in a restored water mill that dates back to the 1300s, the Hotel Mulino di Firenze provides a historic backdrop for travelers who to experience the Tuscan countryside without being too far from downtown Florence. The upscale hotel is a reasonably convenient base for exploring the Chianti vineyards, but guests will have to drive or take a bus to get to the city center. It costs less than the Villa La Massa, a former 16th-century Medici estate and five-pearl property about a mile east.

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.

Dates


Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Value
  • Boutique
  • Business
› See More...

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
› See More...

Brands

  • Best Western
  • Una
Loading Live Rates
Loading...