The Renaissance capital needs no introduction to its attractions, the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto’s bell tower, the Uffizi Gallery and the The Ponte Vecchio is just a few of the treasures that have ensured Florence. The Dome of the Virgin Mary, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Uffizi Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio are just a few of the treasures that ensured Florence’s Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, it is certainly one of the most famous. Every corner of Florence’s historic center exudes charm and romance, with a unique artistic heritage and stylish boutiques and Stylish bars and restaurants serving Tuscan cuisine stand side by side.
In order to maintain its position as a major tourist destination, the city is full of first-class hotels that try to offer the best of what they have to offer. The hospitality experience reflects the mood of the city. The choices below include some of the best boutique hotels in the city.
RIVA LOFTS FLORENCE
115 euros per night
Hotel Riva Lofts Florence faces a park on the other side of the Arno River and is located in a residential area of the city. The hotel consists of 10 studios, all of which are air-conditioned and accessible through their own private entrances. Studio facilities include a kitchenette, fitness equipment and a yoga set, while bicycles are also available for guests. The main attractions of the city centre are just a mile from the hotel, but the gardens and swimming pool are also an attractive option in good weather. The hotel offers a range of experiences that allow guests to explore different aspects of Florence, including cooking classes, shopping courses and wine tastings.
From EUR 103 per night
Housed in a 14th century building, Milu Hotel brings together classic design, elegance and modern comforts. From superior single rooms to deluxe rooms with balconies, all rooms feature modern design, top-of-the-line furnishings, minibars and espresso machines. The top floor of the hotel features a library and a terrace with spectacular views of the city. The Hotel Milo is located in the heart of the historic centre, just minutes away from all the main attractions of Florence.
From EUR 183 per night
The Brunelleschi Hotel is a true part of Florentine history. One of the buildings, the 6th century Torre della Pagliazza, may be a part of Florentine history The oldest surviving building in the centre is now home to a ‘tower suite’, a meeting room and two restaurants. Next to the tower is a former medieval church, recently renovated and boasting a collection of rooms equipped with elegant furnishings and modern design. Overlooking the architectural marvel located in the Piazza del Duomo, the Brunelleschi Hotel also Includes a private museum displaying artifacts and historical sites.
PALAZZO CASTRI 1874
130 euros per night
The Palazzo Castri 1874 is located a short distance from Santa Maria Novella. The train station is a few minutes away and it is a sophisticated boutique hotel in the heart of Florence. The grounds include a 1,000 square metre garden with lush greenery and a jacuzzi, which provides the hotel’s internal The spa at the hotel offers wellness treatments to enhance the experience. The hotel offers room options ranging from classic rooms to exclusive suites, including the ‘Brunelleschi’ overlooking the Dome of the Virgin Mary! Suite”. In addition to a simple yet sophisticated seasonal menu, Florentia Café also offers ‘Aperitivi’ ” and afternoon tea.
The stylish charm of the RODO Hotel
60 euros per night
Although housed in a century-old building, the stylish Joy of Roto Hotel features modern design and sophisticated décor. Rooms and suites reflect this blend of historical and contemporary tastes, with individual furnishings offering a variety of styles and atmospheres. All rooms are equipped with modern comforts, and some have views of the cathedral. There is an elegant terrace in the common area overlooking the central streets of Florence, and breakfast includes a variety of gluten-free options.