The best 6 hotels in Florence Italy

Florence, the Renaissance Capital, is a magical city. There, you can gaze at world-famous art, admire beautiful architecture and eat like a king. And, as expected, such a popular destination provides thousands of accommodation options, and we know it is hard to choose which hotels in Florence you want to stay.

Maybe you want to visit Florence because of the amazing Uffizi Gallery and see the masterpieces of Sandro Botticelli, Raphael, Leonardo Da Vinci and many others. Or you want to see David, Michelangelo’s masterpiece at the Academy Gallery of Florence with your own eyes.

Perhaps you want to try the fantastic Italian cuisine, check the Piazza del Duomo and see the amazing Ponte Vecchio.

It doesn’t matter what your agenda is but, what is a vacation without a really nice hotel? So to make your trip even better, we’ve narrowed down the options to make it easier to find your dream spot in Florence.


#1 The St. Regis Florence

The St. Regis Florence is one of the most elegant and charming hotels you’ll ever see. Located in the heart of Florence, by the Arno River, the hotel is at walking distance from restaurants, shops, and attractions.

And if you’re looking to try some of the best dishes the Italian cuisine can offer, the hotel restaurant, Winter Garden by Caino is where you want to eat. With a very elegant atmosphere, this luxury hotel is known as the cradle of Renaissance and is perfect for honeymoon lovers.


#2 J.K. Place Firenze

J.K. Place Firenze is one of the classiest townhouse hotels in Florence Italy. Located close to the Santa Maria Novella Basilica, the hotel has an amazing view of the city, and the restaurant is just fabulous!

You’ll experiment an exquisite Tuscan and Italian cuisine menu. The J.K. Place Firenze is very polished and has a classic-contemporary unique decoration. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy Florence.


#3 Portrait Firenze

Portrait Firenze, a hotel that is always on the top of the best hotels in Florence. It is known for paying great attention to detail and offering the best experience to their customers, customizing their service whenever possible.

Located near the River Arno, some rooms have the Ponte Vecchio as a view and is close to central sights. This a top-notch chic hotel, decorated with pieces from modern Italian design, besides being super comfortable and having a boutique vibe.

The rooms have a really cozy atmosphere and also come with an iPad that you can use during your stay.


#4 Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

Definitely one of the best hotels in Florence, the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze has it all. Spa, pool, fitness center, a garden that is magnificent, and quality service are things that you’ll see in this hotel.

Here you also have four restaurants and two lounges, or 24 hours a day service through In-Room Dining, which serves Italian dishes made just perfectly so you can savor amazing Italy. The Four Seasons Hotel Firenze is decorated to make you feel at home, but with a twist of Tuscan decor, which is very elegant and chic.

The hotel is located in the north of Florence’s city center, and you’ll be close to Galleria dell’Academia and the Basilica di Santa Croce. Just the perfect way to enjoy the best of life.


#5 Villa Cora

Villa Cora will take your breath away. This magnificent hotel is located inside a park that overlooks the Baboli Gardens and just outside the historic center of Florence. You’ll fall in love with this historic building!

It was built at the end of the XIX century and has been considered the most beautiful residence in Florence. Also, the rooms are just stunning, the garden and the pool are amazing, the spa will make you enjoy your stay even more, and the interior is decorated with antique furnishings.

What else do you need to appreciate those well-deserved vacations?


#6 IL Salviatino

Another amazing and one of the best hotels in Florence is the Il Salviatino. Just a 15 minutes drive from Florence’s center, this is the hotel that you’ll love if you seek to relax and rest.

This historic palazzo was built in the 15th century and owned by the Bardi family, which makes Il Salviatino a museum-like property. Besides having a spa, restaurant that serves the glorious Tuscan gastronomy, pool, and fitness center, in this hotel each room is decorated individually in an elegant blend of local artisanship and latest technologies.


If you’re traveling to Italy, don’t forget to check the Veditalia’s tours in Florence and make your stay even more incredible.

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