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Featuring a terrace and a bar, Palazzo Roselli Cecconi offers rooms in Florence, 492 feet from Santa Croce Basilica. Free WiFi is available throughout. We booked this hotel last minute after we had already arrived in Florence.
San Firenze Suites & Spa is overlooking historic Piazza San Firenze, just 328 feet from Piazza della Signoria and the Uffizi Gallery. The hotel couldn’t be more centrally located, walking distance to sightseeing spots, shopping and...
Offering free happy hour and rooms with free mini-bar, Hotel David is just a 5-minute bus ride from Florence’s historic center. Parking and Wi-Fi access are free of charge. Friendly staff, renovated bathrooms with great shower, good breakfast, private parking.
A 5-star hotel set in an 18th-century building, Relais Santa Croce is one of the most luxurious, stylish and elegant properties in the historic center of Florence. The hotel was some sort of a palazzo for some historical figure.
Hotel Balestri faces the Arno River in central Florence. Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery are a quarter mile away. It features a roof terrace with lovely city views. The property is in an excellent location for exploring all aspects of Florence.
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. Everything! Location, staff, amenities, bar, etc!
Hotel Bodoni is just over a quarter mile from Florence Cathedral. It provides free city maps and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Great location, excelent breakfast with coffee, fresh orange juice and tea :) Very close to Santa...
Located in Florence's historic Santa Croce neighborhood, B&B Hotel Firenze City Center is a 10-minute walk from the Santa Croce Basilica. It offers design rooms with free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs. Friendly staff, spacious rooms, very clean
Set on the historic Via Ghibellina in central Florence, La Casa di Morfeo is a 15-minute walk from Piazza della Signoria square and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Good selection for breakfast. Fast return on laundry. Super helpful staff🐭!
Borghese Palace Art Hotel offers a free wellness center, and uniquely decorated rooms blending antique furniture and modern-style décor. An absolute gem of a hotel in the heart of Florence: the location is simply ideal, walking distance...
Housed in a 17th-century building in the historic center of Florence, Hotel Santa Croce offers air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi. The Uffizi Gallery and Signoria Square are both 300 yards away. Florence is, of course, a very special city.
FH Grand Hotel Mediterraneo is set on the banks of River Arno, 0.6 mi from Piazza Santa Croce. Rooms offer free WiFi, and there is an à-la-carte restaurant serving Tuscan dishes and special diet... Clean room and away from the noise
Just 1640 feet from Basilica di Santa Croce Church, this unique design hotel offers white minimalist rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Uffizi Gallery is a 12-minute walk away. Excellent breakfast, superb accomodation, staff very friendly, good service
Hotel Liberty offers free WiFi access in a green neighborhood of Florence, a 10-minute walk from the panoramic spot of Piazzale Michelangelo and the River Arno. Hotel location is realy near to the Florence old town. The staff of a hotel is friendly.
Set in a 19th-century villa by the banks of the River Arno, Hotel Arno Bellariva is 2953 feet from Piazza Michelangelo square. It offers a garden and patio, plus free WiFi throughout. great hotel! i enjoyed my stay a lot. the rooms are small but clean and cosy.
Take the scenic walk across Florence most famous bridge and make your way up here! It’s a lovely journey so take your time and enjoy it, then when you get to the top you’re rewarded with the most maginificent view of the city!
After taking in the views, spend a peaceful moment in the iris garden, obviously at its best in summer. You'll find it below one corner of the Piazza ( right hand end if you have your back to David!).
you can't the bus from the train station (12) cost 1.20E, fantastic views great round trip through the back streets return is bus 13 back to the train station 1.20E you can buy a ticket with 10 much cheaper please validate on the bus as we saw some turrets getting a fine for not validating there ticket (ticket form tobacco shops, ticket machines at the train station and on some buses.
It’s a long track up the stairs but it’s so worth when you get there. The view of town is breathtaking. I visited this place first and felt like climbing the Duomo was pointless as you would not get the amazing view. Highly recomend
Yet another favorite place in Florence. We climbed to this place later in the evening , one could take a bus too. It was worth the climb as this place providesa spectacular view of the city of Florence one should not miss. We spent over an hr admiring the city and enjoying the quietness.
Just 15 minutes West from this scenic venue is another panoramic view, that also includes a much less crowded (and cheap) bar on the very top (that's higher than Piazzale Michelangelo). It's called Giardino Bardini (you can get a bundled ticket with the Pitti Palace gardens to get in for free) and it's a beautiful small garden with a fantastic atmosphere.
We had the "Standard Double Room with Shared Bathroom" - room 7 (1st floor - see pics). The room was spacious. Staff was very friendly. The location was fine too. A short walk to Piazzale Michelangelo/Giardino delle rose and 10-15 mins walk to Piazzale degli Uffizi across the river Arno.
Our host was super available even if we made the reservation around mid night. She was really welcoming and very nice. The apartment has a fantastic location. 20min walk from Piazzale Michelangelo and 15min from the train station of Santa Maria Novella. Price super affordable. I will book it again.
Rooms were nice, clean, warm, spacious, all required facilities, though a bit worn out. The hotel is opposite to Piazzale Michelangelo , close to Uffizi Gallery. We walked to the center. Breakfast is very good.
It's a perfect location, as it's close to the city but surrounded by villas and trees below the beautiful Piazzale Michelangelo.
Do a bit of research & prioritise what you want to do & see in advance of your trip then plan a route on a map. Allow plenty of time as the queues at the main landmarks can be very long. You can easily walk everywhere but as the museums can take a good 2 hours to walk around (plus your queueing time) be realistic about what you can fit in to each day. Do find a rooftop or head uphill to Piazzale Michelangelo to watch the sunset over Florence - a magical experience.
It is a beautiful city to walk around with so much history seeping through every street. The walk up to the Piazzale Michelangelo is a little steep but short and completely worth it for the amazing views across the city.