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Located 1148 feet from Ponte Vecchio, NH Collection Firenze Porta Rossa is an elegant 5-star hotel in Florence. It offers uniquely decorated rooms with modern décor, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Our favorite hotel in Florence! This is our third stay and we are always happy with this hotel.
Housed in an 18th-century building, the Lombardia is a friendly little hotel set in front of Santa Maria Novella Basilica in Florence. The train station is a 2-minute walk away. All rooms are en... The location, the staff and the room.
Located in the historic center of Florence, Hotel Monna Lisa is set in a 15th-century building, 5 minutes' walk from Florence Cathedral, the Duomo. It is surrounded by peaceful, landscaped gardens. We had a really nice family room with two bathrooms, beds were nice and comfy!
Just a 5-minute walk from Santa Maria Novella Train Station, Hotel Accademia is in central Florence. It offers elegant rooms with free WI-Fi. Everything we wanted. A nice and clean room in the city center. Very friendly staff.
Right on the Arno River bank, Plaza Hotel Lucchesi is a 10-minute walk from Piazza della Signoria. It features air-conditioned rooms, a 24-hour front desk and traditional restaurant. Fantastic chic hotel with lovely paintings and chandeliers- truly elegant to suit Florebce
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. Ligging, kamers, spa, bar, personeel, alles perfect.
Located in Florence, less than 0.6 mi from Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Hotel Calimala provides accommodations with a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center and a bar. Very friendly and helpful stuff! The rooftop terrace is amazing!
Arte' Boutique Hotel is located in Florence, within 656 feet of Accademia Gallery. This hotel offers a shared lounge and a concierge service. Great Location in the middle of Frienze! The staff is very welcoming and lovely.
Set in a 16th-century palazzo, Hotel del Corso offers accommodations in the historic center of Florence, within 984 feet of the Cathedral, Piazza della Repubblica square, and Palazzo Vecchio. Very good location and super clean
Hotel Cestelli offers rooms with free WiFi in Florence, 656 feet from the Old Bridge and 984 feet from the Piazza della Signoria square. There is concierge service at the property. very warm welcome, the owners are incredibly friendly and helpful.
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...
Hotel Palazzo Benci offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi internet. It is halfway between Florence's cathedral and Santa Maria Novella Train Station, a 5-minute walk from each. Great location in the city centre, all sights are close. Very friendly staff, everyone was helpful.
On the banks of the Arno River, La Scaletta is a 15th-century building located between Florence's Ponte Vecchio bridge and Palazzo Pitti. Very, very comfortable and big bed. Efficient air conditioning. Very clean room and bathroom.
Just a 5-minute walk from Florence’s Santa Maria Novella Station, Hotel Nizza offers attentive service and an extensive continental breakfast. Everything was perfect, except the hair dryer
Hotel Bavaria features spacious, traditionally furnished rooms and attentive personal service. It is just 656 feet from Florence Cathedral and a 7-minute walk from the Uffizi Gallery. I think the Location was great!! Right in front of the train station, made everything super easy.
In the heart of Florence's historic center, Albergo Firenze lies in Piazza Donati just steps off of the main Via del Corso where one can easily reach the Florence Dome, Piazza della Signoria square... Perfect place staff was so helpful
Palazzo Vecchietti, a 16th-century building designed by Giambologna and owned by one of the most important families in medieval Florence now houses exclusive suites. Amazing hotel, it is small enough to feel very cozy, the attention to details was wonderful.
Well located in the Santo Spirito district of Florence, Palazzo Bianca Cappello Residenza d'Epoca is set 1312 feet from Pitti Palace, 1312 feet from Ponte Vecchio and 2297 feet from Uffizi Gallery. Just an amazing experience when you open the door and see this beauty.
Located in Florence, 394 feet from Pitti Palace, Casa Botticelli offers rooms with air conditioning and free WiFi. The property is set 0.7 mi from Santa Maria Novella and 2625 feet from Strozzi... Loved the rooms, location, quaintness - you really feel immersed in Florence! Lovely place!
Featuring panoramic views of Florence and the Arno River, Portrait Firenze offers luxurious rooms with handcrafted furniture. This hotel is 98 feet from the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge. Amazing hotel and amazing staff Definitely my choice again
Palazzo Niccolini Al Duomo is right next to the Duomo Cathedral in Florence. It offers air-conditioned accommodations and a buffet breakfast. This hotel couldn’t be any more PERFECT.
Set directly along the banks of the Arno river, Hotel Lungarno is less than 328 feet from Florence's Ponte Vecchio. It offers free WiFi throughout, exceptional views, and a Michelin-starred... The fabulous place to feel and meet extraordinary Florence which I am coming back often.
Hotel Milù features an unbeatable location in the heart of Florence's historical center and offers beautiful views of the city and the hills from the rooftop terrace. This property was decorated with amazing art and the location was absolutely perfect.
Located in Florence and within 1312 feet of Pitti Palace, Palazzo Ridolfi - Residenza d'Epoca has a shared lounge, allergy-free rooms, and free WiFi throughout the property. Just had 4 nights stay with pleasant experience. Our room is clean comfortable and nicely...
Book tickets in advance, or you will end up waiting on line for an hour or more. Also, do some research before coming here. It's a big museum and you can get overwhelmed if you spend a long time looking at everything. Instead, you want to make sure you see the highlights: Botticelli's Birth of Venus, Laocoon statue, Titian's Medussa, the Da Vinci section, and a few other major, major works of art that you know you'd feel bad if you missed. To me, the remainder of the works are a bit of a bonus--I stopped to look at the ones that especially called to me (there were a lot; I was here for 4 hours), but decided I didn't have to feel guilty about walking past if others didn't pique my interest. Oh, and please note that David is NOT in this gallery. David is at the Academia down the street. I saw some people make that mistake.
It's huge. Try not to spend too much time at the ancient statues that line both sides of the gallery. They are worth it, but you will be too tired to enjoy the masterpieces of old masters when you eventually reach them.
Fast track tickets are worth every dime. Be sure to have an id on you, if you'd like to use an audio guide, they ask for it as bail for audio guide (weird,eh?). We had to settle for paperback guide and I find it better option since I can take it with me after the visit and peruse through it for months after the trip. Be sure to allocate at least 2.5 hrs for a tour, it's worth every minute if you're into art, but be prepared to see numerous interpretations of same important biblical plots by different authors. Still, it's an awesome once in a lifetime experience.
In my opinion the gallery is slightly overpriced, the collections are monotonous after a while of looking at similarly looking icons even some art enthusiast would start yawning. I think it could be a bit more engaging if collections were more varied and if there was more information and descriptions provided. The cafe charges over double price for serving coffee outside by the table, which we thought was quite cheeky considering the ticket price itself.
I booked a guided tour with company called Dark Rome. Skipped the v. long queue and amazingly well informed guide, especially if you like a bit of art but maybe aren't that up to speed on the Renaissance.
This is a HUGE museum and if you want to see it all, you'll need to plan at least 4 hours. The queue w/o a reservation and Florence Museum pass or pre-purchased ticket is VERY long, so spend the money on the pass if you will be seeing more than 2 museums or buy your tickets and place a reservation in advance. The tourism office will walk you through the process very quickly.
Clean apartment, as pictured/advertised; excellent location, right at the exit of Uffizi Gallery and around the corner from a famous sandwich shop; excellent communications with property management representative, who also helped us book an early morning taxi; convenient washing machine in apartment (but instructions would be helpful); Bluetooth locking/unlocking app was good but didn't work with the door to the street (the 1st time, we entered after someone else); very good Internet/WiFi
The location was fantastic, just a few minutes from Ponte Vecchio with the Uffizi Gallery just over the bridge. The staff was very responsive and helpful throughout. They were able to make reservations at the Uffizi and Accademia galleries for guests, which is great for high tourist season. The room was enormous and clean. The building was very secure with single key entry through multiple security points.
We didn't have the breakfast. The location was outstanding! How could you beat a flat that sits on the corner of the Ponte Vecchio, where you can look out your windows on all of the activity of that historic bridge, and be in easy walking distance (just down the street) from the entrance to the Uffizi Gallery? Fantastic!
The place was incredibly convenient, super clean and quiet. The woman who checked us in sat on hold for a very long time to ensure that we could get tix to the Uffizi Gallery...we only asked her for instructions...we were happy to do it ourselves, but she continued to patiently wait on hold and reserved tix for us!
Bed and pillows were comfy. Close to the Uffizi gallery and other things I wanted to see. Valentina was pleasant, gave wonderful suggestions, and very helpful. Very clean room. I stayed there last year and will definitely book again. I enjoy hearing the activity along the River.
The location is awesome! it is very convenient to Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, Uffizi Gallery and other popular places. The Carrefour express, some restaurants are very close. We are very like the room that is very good for family.
Fantastic location. We walked everywhere in Florence that we wanted to go: Duomo, Uffizi Gallery, David, Ponte Vecchio, etc. The staff was exceptionally helpful and gracious. The room was sizable and very clean. Breakfast was terrific.
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.
Breakfast area has a view of the Arno River, top breakfast for buffet style service. Location is ideal for Uffizi Gallery. Furnishings and finish were very nice.
The city center is in itself an open air museum containing architectural and sculptural masterpieces. The Uffizi is a treasure but make sure to book in advance to skip lines and do get yourself a good guide (live or audio).
Spend the day wandering around the Uffizi and the Duomo (for a more enriching experience join a tour or two especially to gain access to exclusive areas, rent an audioguide or download a walking tour audioguide on your phone), have a coffee in Piazza Republica in the evening, followed by dinner at a trattoria nearby, then walk around to Ponte Vecchio to enjoy a live performance
Ponte Vechio bridge, Uffizi Gallery, Basillica of Santa Croche, Duomo and many more.
Due to national strike I failed to visit Uffizi and Academia galeries. But other cathedrals and churches contain also perfect art.
Essential to book the Uffizi and the Accademia in advance, because the lines are crazy!
Uffizi Gallery is a "must" for those who want to dive into Italian Renaissance.