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c-hotels Ambasciatori, hotel in Florence

c-hotels Ambasciatori

Hotel in Santa Maria Novella, Florence

The Ambasciatori is an elegant hotel next to Santa Maria Novella Church in Florence's historic center, 10 minutes' walk from the Cathedral. Its soundproofed rooms offer air conditioning and free...

8.7
Excellent
3,628 reviews
Price from$145.01per night
Solo Experience Hotel, hotel in Florence

Solo Experience Hotel

Firenze

Set in a 17th-century building, Solo Experience Hotel overlooks Florence's Basilica of San Lorenzo, and offers large rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and private bathroom.

9.0
Wonderful
3,494 reviews
Price from$213.18per night
The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini, hotel in Florence

The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini

Firenze

Set in a 19th century palazzo, The Social Hub Florence (formerly The Student Hotel) has many iconic spaces to meet, collaborate and create.

8.3
Very Good
5,182 reviews
Price from$162.78per night
c-hotels Club, hotel in Florence

c-hotels Club

Hotel in Florence Historic Center, Florence

Just 656 feet from Santa Maria Novella Church, Hotel Club is air-conditioned and offers a modern design. Free WiFi is available in the lobby and the train station and cathedral both a short walk away....

8.3
Very Good
6,096 reviews
Price from$155.83per night
Hotel Cerretani Firenze - MGallery Collection, hotel in Florence

Hotel Cerretani Firenze - MGallery Collection

Hotel in San Lorenzo, Florence

Offering views of the Cappelle Medicee, Hotel Cerretani Firenze is set in a restored 17th-century building, 984 feet from Florence Cathedral.

9.0
Wonderful
2,288 reviews
Price from$280.75per night
Adler Cavalieri Hotel-Private Spa & Gym, hotel in Florence

Adler Cavalieri Hotel-Private Spa & Gym

Hotel in Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Just 656 feet from Santa Maria Novella Station, Adler Cavalieri is right in Florence’s center.

8.4
Very Good
3,106 reviews
Price from$231.88per night
c-hotels Diplomat, hotel in Florence

c-hotels Diplomat

Hotel in Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Just a 10-minute walk from Florence Cathedral, Hotel Diplomat is in the historic center, near Santa Maria Novella Train Station. Rooms come with free WiFi.

8.5
Very Good
6,480 reviews
Price from$139.60per night
Hotel St. James, hotel in Florence

Hotel St. James

Hotel in Florence Historic Center, Florence

The Hotel St. James is a charming hotel, centrally located near the major artistic masterpieces of Florence. WiFi is available throughout.

7.8
Good
3,717 reviews
Price from$149.53per night
Hotel Spadai, hotel in Florence

Hotel Spadai

Hotel in Duomo, Florence

Set in the heart of Florence, 2 minutes' walk from Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, Hotel Spadai is housed in a historic building next to the Palazzo Medici Riccardi.

9.5
Exceptional
1,889 reviews
Price from$411.97per night
Hotel Alba Palace, hotel in Florence

Hotel Alba Palace

Hotel in Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Located next to the cloisters of Florence’s Santa Maria Novella Basilica, Hotel Alba Palace is an elegantly renovated property with a peaceful courtyard.

8.7
Excellent
3,363 reviews
Price from$193.14per night
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Florence's best hotels with breakfast

  • Hotel Bernini Palace
    Breakfast options

    In a 15th-century building, Hotel Bernini Palace is a 5-minute walk from Florence Cathedral and Ponte Vecchio. It features antique furniture and Murano-glass chandeliers.

    Prime location Excellent hotel Very friendly staff

    9.0
    Wonderful · 1,167 reviews
  • Ville Sull'Arno
    Breakfast options

    Ville Sull'Arno offers accommodations in Florence, right on the banks of the river Arno. It features a restaurant and a free wellness center with an indoor pool, sauna, and Turkish bath.

    Breakfast was a little expensive as were the drinks

    9.0
    Wonderful · 1,276 reviews
  • Hotel La Gemma
    Breakfast options

    In a prime location in the center of Florence, Hotel La Gemma provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, private parking and room service.

    Very comfy room and place in general and excellent staff

    9.6
    Exceptional · 405 reviews
  • Dimora Palanca
    Breakfast options

    Well situated in Florence, Dimora Palanca provides air-conditioned rooms, a garden, free WiFi and a shared lounge. Featuring room service, this property also has a restaurant and a terrace.

    Everything was great! the bed was supercomfortable

    9.0
    Wonderful · 439 reviews
  • Torre a Cona Wine Estate
    Breakfast options

    Located in Florence, 6.7 miles from The Mall Luxury Outlet, Torre a Cona Wine Estate has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a restaurant.

    the location and being very quiet staff were very polite and friendly

    9.3
    Wonderful · 465 reviews
  • Casa Botticelli
    Breakfast options

    Located in Florence, 394 feet from Pitti Palace, Casa Botticelli offers rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi.

    Excellent breakfast Great location away from tourist madness

    9.3
    Wonderful · 982 reviews
  • Palazzo Roselli Cecconi
    Breakfast options

    Featuring a terrace and a bar, Palazzo Roselli Cecconi offers rooms in Florence, 492 feet from Santa Croce Basilica. Free WiFi is available throughout.

    Everything was perfect about this location. Absolutely perfect.

    9.0
    Wonderful · 826 reviews
  • Villa Le Fontanelle
    Breakfast options

    Located in Florence, 3.3 miles from Fortezza da Basso Convention Center, Villa Le Fontanelle has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a terrace.

    awesome location in the hills overlooking Florence

    9.2
    Wonderful · 255 reviews

Budget hotels in Florence

  • Hotel Panama
    Cheap hotel

    Hotel Panama offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi near the Fortezza da Basso Exhibition Center. Firenze Santa Maria Novella Railway Station is a short walk away.

    Todo limpio y ordenado, el personal muy atento también.

    7.5
    Good · 439 reviews
  • 4F Boutique Hotel Florence
    Cheap hotel

    In a prime location in Florence, 4F Boutique Hotel Florence provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, private parking and room service.

    It is one of these hotels thats everything is just perfect 😍

    9.3
    Wonderful · 1,148 reviews
  • Arte' Boutique Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Arte' Boutique Hotel is located in Florence, within 656 feet of Accademia Gallery. This hotel offers a shared lounge and a concierge service.

    best location for short trip to Firenze, close to everywhere

    9.4
    Wonderful · 1,627 reviews
  • The Moon Boutique Hotel & Spa
    Cheap hotel

    Boasting a shared lounge, The Moon Boutique Hotel & Spa is set in Florence, a 10-minute walk from Fortezza da Basso and 2625 feet from Santa Maria Novella Train Station.

    Very good breakfast! Very friendly staff. Very comfortable.

    9.3
    Wonderful · 1,930 reviews
  • Palazzo Ridolfi - Residenza d'Epoca
    Cheap hotel

    Ideally set in the center of Florence, Palazzo Ridolfi - Residenza d'Epoca has free WiFi throughout the property and a shared lounge.

    Everything The staff, the facilities and the location

    9.3
    Wonderful · 1,141 reviews
  • Hotel Bencidormi
    Cheap hotel

    Only 984 feet from Santa Maria Novella Station in central Florence, Hotel Bencidormi offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with self-adjusting air conditioning. Free luggage storage facilities are available.

    Great location & lovely staff! would happily stay here again :)

    9.2
    Wonderful · 1,153 reviews
  • Villa Nardi - Residenza D'Epoca
    Cheap hotel

    Set in a green area of Florence, Villa Nardi is 10 minutes' walk from the Boboli Gardens and the ancient city gate of Porta Romana.

    Breakfast was delicious in a beautiful breakfast room.

    9.4
    Wonderful · 1,002 reviews
  • Art Hotel Villa Agape
    Cheap hotel

    Hotel Villa Agape is near the Arcetri Observatory in Florence, and is surrounded by a 8-hectare park with olive and cypress trees.

    Location, beautiful views, friendly staff, peaceful

    9.2
    Wonderful · 2,044 reviews

Hotels located in the center of Florence

FAQs about hotels in Florence

An Italian Masterpiece

Best-known for the stunning Duomo, Florence is full of amazing buildings and its historic center. The Ponte Vecchio, a 14th-century bridge holding a multitude of shops on its edges is a stunning example and provides a truly unforgettable view.

Dig into more of the city’s historical past at the Basilica of Santa Croce, a Franciscan church full of great artwork and the burial place of Italian greats: Michelangelo and Galileo. The Uffizi Gallery is one of the world’s finest art museums and the Pitti Palace is not far behind.

For great dining, the Santa Croce district has countless options and the unique lampredotto is Florentine fast-food with a 1000-year old history. Many consider the local gelato, Italian ice-cream, to be the best in the world.

The beauty and flavours of Florence are just a 15-minute train ride from the Amerigo Vespucci International Airport. Whether you’re looking for a room with a view at a cosy B&B, a luxury hotel or an intimate guesthouse, Booking.com has the perfect accommodation for your Florence adventure.

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  • 1476 attractions
  • 49 points of interest
  • 18 neighborhoods
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What Guests Said About Florence:

  • 10

    Beautiful, walkable city with so much to see!

    Beautiful, walkable city with so much to see! The city is intimate, and you can knock out quite a few activities in several days: shopping for leather goods, dining at delicious restaurants, museum & church sight-seeing, opera performances, and city walks to soak up the culture while enjoying gelato. A week stay is enough to see it all while also including a day trip or two. I enjoyed a Tuscan wine tour but could have easily booked an additional day trip to also see Pisa and Lucca.
    lisa
  • 10

    Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is a city that oozes...

    Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is a city that oozes history and sophistication. It has everything you can possibly expect, museums - shops - nightlife - parks…. The Florentines are a joyous friendly bunch of people, there’s an excellent mix of young and old, with the university attracting a lot of young people, many internationals including a lot of Americans. All in all a cocktails of experiences you can’t afford to miss !
    AxelDeKimpe
    Belgium
  • 10

    Great if you like religious art, cheese, charcuterie boards...

    Great if you like religious art, cheese, charcuterie boards and wine. Although there were lots of tourists, it didn't feel like a touristy city like Rome did. Highly recommend the holes in the wall selling charcuterie boards. The sandwich shop with the insanely long queue isn't worth it. Restaurants on the other side of the river are cheaper and better.
    Alicia
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    This city is actual quite small but its compact and plenty...

    This city is actual quite small but its compact and plenty to see and experience. Lots to see within walking distance if you happen to stay central. I would say its best to do plenty of research, including weather forecast before you visit to save time and really enjoy the city. If you can, try to visit the city out of season. But even for our trip which was during most school's half-term, there were plenty of fellow tourists. There were plenty of Renaissance art and sculptures to experience. But do take the time to enjoy the architecture and enjoy the views. I would advise to avoid walking on Ponte Vecchio as it's always so busy. It's best to be viewed from another bridge like Ponte Santa Trinita. Also there's plenty of different foods, gelato and Italian wines to be enjoyed around the city.
    Shoina
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Florence speaks for itself and appeals to everyone in one...

    Florence speaks for itself and appeals to everyone in one way or the other. no recommendations necessary. you-tube is full of them...but everyone should discover its attractions according to his/her expectations
    SAADET
    Turkey
  • 10

    Florence is a wonderful city.

    Florence is a wonderful city. One can combine visiting historical landmarks and museums with some shopping of fashion and jewelry. It is advisable to visit it in the off season, February or September (less tourists and end of season sales). If the stay is short (not more than three nights), try to book a room or flat close to the main attractions. If you come by train, try to stay three to five blocks south of it. Most hotels rated two-stars only lack an elevator, so they are perfect if you are capable of climbing two to four flights of stairs. Last but not least, you can use one day to visit Pisa, one hour away by train. Tips: You can move around the old city on foot. The Mercado Centrale now has a wonderful food court. There are also trattorias and food stands. You can have breakfast in any pasticerie ALWAYS: plan your visit in advance and buy tickets before arriving. Take time and synchronize the museum visits. GO TO THE OFFICIAL Websites of each museum/attraction.
    Bruno José Varani
    Argentina

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Florence

  • From $154.71 per night
    8.0
    Very Good · 17,542 reviews
    Staff was perfectly efficient. It was very calm at night. No drunken shouting in the corridors, although the hostel was full. It was my first experience in a hostel. Mattress was hard orthopaedic - just how j like it for my back.I had a private room similar to the hotel. And I liked my stay. Breakfast was an extra 9 eur. But it was a good buffet. Scrumble omlet was nice to have before exploring Florence. Not in each 3-star hotel you can get it in Italy. Check out is at 10.00. But you can use luggage room for 3 eur per day. Convenient.
    EKATERINA
    Italy
  • From $202.69 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 1,408 reviews
    Park Palace is a little way out of the old town which was perfect for us. The bus goes right passed the door regularly and is easy to use. You can also go a bit further on the bus to piazza Michelangelo for a fabulous view of a Florence . It is lovely coming back from the busy town to green space and a sit by the beautiful pool. Breakfast was sumptuous and the best we have experienced in Italy. Delightful having breakfast on the balcony. We stayed in the annex which was very adequate. Staff were pleasant and efficient.
    Angela
    Australia
  • 7.9
    Good · 1,886 reviews
    What a wonderful surprise! This very economical hotel, right in the heart of lively Florence neighborhood, left me amazed and delighted. I thought that the affordable price might mean sacrificing comfort or tranquility but that was not the case at all. The noise-canceling windows and the perfect AC gave me some of the best nights of sleep during my entire stay in Italy. The folks who work there are also friendly and very helpful. I can’t wait to go back!
    Robert
    United States of America
  • From $313.15 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 982 reviews
    The staff, the breakfast, the location, the room...everything was perfect! Best cappuccino that we had during our week in Italy and the best breakfast too! 10/10 all around! Easy 10 minute walk to cross the Arno; a bus stop just across the street; grab a pizza across the street; grab a casual lunch or dinner down the street at Pitti Express for a reasonably priced meal. I hope to find myself in Florence and in Casa Botticelli again.
    Suzanne
    United States of America
  • 9.4
    Wonderful · 309 reviews
    Out of the 3 lodgings in Italy I have stayed so far, I like this the best. It's small but it has everything and feels the most like a regular hotel. Very clean and modern. The room we booked has a bunk bed for kids so it served our purpose well to fit the family. It's also in a slightly more quiet environment so not as much road noise. We can put our luggage outside the room in the common area after checkout which was quite helpful.
    funnysora
    United States of America
  • From $291.47 per night
    7.5
    Good · 2,892 reviews
    This was our first stop in Italy for two nights as we were going to Bologna on June 13. This was the first hotel room we have stayed in that had a chandelier. The staff welcomed us even though we got there at almost midnight. The breakfast was good with basic cereals, yogurt, great coffee, croissants and other pastries, cheese and ham. We came back to Hotel Martelli on June 21 after our stay in Bologna.
    Michael
    United States of America
  • From $231.88 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 3,106 reviews
    We spent a very comfortable night in a very nice hotel in Florence, the 2nd stop of our Italy trip starting from Rome.Many thanks to Ameli, the lady who welcomed us very nicely at the front desk for check-in, many thanks to Kardeşim 😀 Luca for his nice welcome and interest at breakfast.We hope to come back to Florence and Adler Cavalieri Hotel-Private Spa & Gym at the first opportunity.
    Küçük
    Turkey
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 490 reviews
    Lovely B&B in Firenze. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious and offered lots of options, best breakfast we had in Italy :) The location is quite far from the main centre of Florence (a 30min walk), however there are bus stops nearby the B&B that go to the train station, city centre, and also to Piazale Michaelangelo (amazing views over the city).
    Louise
    New Zealand
  • 8.9
    Excellent · 2,254 reviews
    Our first time to Italy and Florence was our first stop. We had a wonderful stay at the hotel. The staff at the reception were friendly and helpful; particularly Eleanor. Special mention to Aman who pampered us with such delicious spread of breakfast every morning. Thank you for your warm hospitality in making Florence a memorable place to visit.
    Ruth
    Singapore
  • From $237.30 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 6,480 reviews
    The hotel is located right across from the train station, which is why I chose it, as I was taking a train the next day to another destination in Italy. It was very convenient to store my luggage, spend the day in Florence, and then grab my luggage and catch my train. The room is small, which is to be expected in Europe, but comfortable.
    Valerie
    United States of America
  • 9.4
    Wonderful · 1,065 reviews
    We couldn’t have been more pleased with this gem in Florence! Best place we stayed in all of our Italy travels. Wonderful bathroom and beautiful high ceilings. We felt so comfortable. The location is perfect. And the staff are the most helpful people we’ve dealt with our whole trip. 10/10. If we ever go back we would stay here again!
    A
    Anonymous
    United States of America
  • From $254.20 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 765 reviews
    Location was fantastic, the front desk so helpful, and the decor is amazing. It's modern and central, and feels like an upgrade from many other hotels in Italy. Highly recommend you checking out the hotel for your next stay in Florence - I know I'll be back. Also looking forward to visiting any other Milu locations.
    M
    Michael
    Canada
  • From $356.49 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 1,220 reviews
    The staff at Hotel Rapallo went above and beyond for us, helping us with our bags, recommending delicious restaurants, and providing the best service that we had during our time in Italy. The bed was supremely comfy, the location was central to most of the sights in Florence, and we could not have been happier.
    Matthew
    United States of America
  • From $310.98 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 228 reviews
    every thing its really exceptional best hotel in whole italy not only in Florence so style so modern so big apartment many space perfect location few walk on the river to the center so you can discover the city from out side to inside the staff both of them so professional very very helpful
    Mohammed
    Kuwait
  • From $212.10 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 585 reviews
    Probably one of the best places I've stayed in Italy. Great value for money, central location (albeit busy), and the rooms were so well equipped and comfortable. Customer service was outstanding - better than any 5 star hotel I've stayed at. (Thank you, Chiara!)
    Diana
    Australia
  • 8.8
    Excellent · 51 reviews
    An amazing apartment with loads of free parking right outside the front door. . One of the best apartment stays in our travels in Italy. Close drive or bus ride to Florence and surrounding towns. A true gem. Highly recommend.
    Toni Borić
    New Zealand
  • From $184.20 per night
    8.1
    Very Good · 735 reviews
    we were traveling around a lot throughout northern Italy and the hotel graciously took our luggage early so that we could explore Florence before checking in. we really appreciated that and also loved how clean it was there!
    AnhTram
    United States of America
  • From $108.36 per night
    7.8
    Good · 1,950 reviews
    The Hotel was in a great location near the Florence Airport. The Hotel also had an amazing outdoor patio where we ate an amazing dinner. Great place to relax after our 14 day tour of Italy.
    Suzanne
    United States of America
  • From $136.88 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 1,021 reviews
    We stayed in a few different hotels on our trip to Italy this was by far the best one. The hotel is located about a 15-20minute walk from the train station and the main square.
    T
    Tania
    Canada
  • From $219.31 per night
    8.8
    Excellent · 729 reviews
    Great location, amazing staff and the most comfortable beds in all of Italy...! This family-owned hotel is a unique and beautiful property.
    George
    United States of America

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