Accommodation In Florence
Your quintessential Florence experience
Florence is renowned as one of the most historical cities in the world, often considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. The city centre is quite small and closed off to most vehicles, so it's very easy to walk to each main attraction. As you walk along the streets, you’ll be following in the footsteps of renowned painters, writers and philosophers including Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo Galilei.
Due to the small area of the city centre, you’re in close proximity to pretty much all of the attractions, bars and nightclubs no matter where you stay. Both luxurious and budget-friendly hotels can be found including the Gallery Hotel Art and the Firenze Centro respectively.
Centuries-old buildings are not uncommon in Florence and some of these buildings have been turned into hotels, which provide a level of service that suits the regal surrounds. Modern hotels can be found in the city, but there are few better ways to visit Florence than by feeling part of the city’s rich culture and history each time you step into your room.
The Atlantic Palace houses you in a restored 14th-Century monastery with elegant rooms and a great location close to the city’s centre. You don’t need to splurge to stay in ancient accommodation. Even budget-conscious travellers will be able to afford the Ariele, which is housed in a restored 18th-Century palace.
The picturesque surrounding countryside
There’s no need to limit your visit to just the city centre. By staying on the outskirts of town, you can have access to the historic sites and the rest of Tuscany, while being surrounded by beautiful Italian landscapes. Hotels located in the hills are blessed with more space and a relaxed atmosphere away from crowds of tourists.
Perched on a famous Florence hill, the Hotel Villa Fiesole grants you panoramic views of Florence from a sunny terrace and most rooms. The Cascina de Fagiolari features close to five hectares of gardens, is positioned between classic Italian vineyards and olive trees, and is only 20 minutes from Florence.