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Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

San Marco 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Seven years of restoration have turned this 15th-century palazzo in Florence's center into a luxury hotel where no two guest rooms are alike. — Fodor's

The 11-acre botanical garden that is home to these two restored Renaissance buildings—a fifteenth-century palazzo and a sixteenth-century convent—is "like heaven." — Condé Nast Traveler

Perhaps the finest Four Seasons in Europe. — Frommer's

You’d never guess that the unassuming walls of Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, which lies just outside of Florence’s city center, hide a sumptuous Renaissance-era palace. But upon entering... — Forbes Travel Guide

Two Renaissance palazzi – the Gherardesca and the Conventino – have been converted by the Four Seasons group to become a new contender for the title of Florence’s top hotel. — Insight Guides

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JK Place Firenze

Santa Maria Novella 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since opening in 2003, J.K. Place has quickly become one of the city's most sought-after hotels, especially by a young, hip fashionable crowd. — Concierge

One of the most appealing of Florence·sdesigner hotels occupies afine eighteenth-century building on Piazza Santa Maria Novella. — Rough Guide

JK Place Florence has a prime central location on Piazza Santa Maria Novella, with a front terrace that hums on weekends, when the hotel serves a generous and tasty brunch. — Condé Nast Traveler

A hip town house hotel with contemporary lines and a high design ethos. There is a stunning rooftop terrace – its Lounge is Florence’s coolest bar. — DK Eyewitness

The hotel is full of engaging touches such as a glassed-over internal courtyard breakfast area and a roof terrace. — Lonely Planet

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Helvetia & Bristol Hotel

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With five-star traditions but a more boutique feel, this hotel is full of pieces from the owner’s art collection – you might find a 17th- or 18th-century painting above your bed. — DK Eyewitness

Exuding endless amounts of Old World charm, Hotel Helvetia & Bristol is located in Florence’s historic center and in one of the city’s prettiest squares. Dating back to the late 19th... — Forbes Travel Guide

In business since 1894 and favoured by such luminaries as Pirandello. Stravinsky and Gary Cooper, this is undoubtedly Florence's finest small five-star hotel. — Rough Guide

One of central Florence's best small hotels, the Helvetia & Bristol has had a distinguished history, with Stravinsky, Gabriele d'Annunzio, Pirandello, and Bertrand Russell among its past guests. — Concierge

If you ever dreamed of being a de' Medici princess cavorting in a Botticelli landscape, Florence's Hotel Helvetia & Bristol provides your elegant palazzo away from home. In a great centro... — Jetsetter

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from $236

Il Salviatino

Coverciano & The Northeast 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This masterpiece of Old World style and hospitality occupies a lavishly restored villa near Fiesole, three miles from Florence. — Andrew Harper

A palatial 15th-century villa has been converted into a superb hotel offering a 21st-century perspective on its aristocratic past. — DK Eyewitness

Luxury is evident... A truly idyllic place to stay! — Michelin Guide

This updated 15th-century villa, located on top of a hill just two miles north of Florence, offers five-pearl luxury in a stunning setting. — Oyster

Austere, 14th-century patrician villa meets 21st-century luxury hotel here, and the mix is a winning one. — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Savoy

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This centrally located Rocco Forte Collection property is the only one of Florence’s five-star hotels that manages to preserve its grand hotel cachet while seeming fresh, hip and artsy. — The Telegraph

A stylish, upbeat hotel and one of the city's most popular, attracting both business and leisure clientele plus a fair share of celebs. — Concierge

On one of the city’s grandest squares, the Savoy.. has beautifully restored and modernised it while respecting its traditional look and appeal. — Insight Guides

This hotel blends "art and architecture" in a "nearly perfect location" on the Piazza della Repubblica, near the Uffizi Gallery. — Condé Nast Traveler

On a broad and lively plaza in the heart of the old city, this top-ranked property is midway between the Duomo and Arno River, a 10-minute walk from each. While falling shy of its... — Star Service

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The St. Regis Florence

Santa Maria Novella 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mingle with low-profile celebs and play chess in the charming library or sip Brunello bloody marys (the hotel’s signature drink) in the classic, regal atmosphere. — Forbes Travel Guide

Luxurious and exclusive. — Michelin Guide

Mr. Peabody's time machine proves redundant for travelers willing to pay a pirates ransom for the chance to experience authentic Renaissance luxury a la St. Regis Florence. For as long as... — Star Service

If every Renaissance palazzo had been as luxurious as the St. Regis Florence, it seems unlikely the Renaissance would ever have ended. — Afar Magazine

St Regis' feel is sheer opulence, and the ambience is enhanced by service which manages to be both discreet and affable. — The Telegraph

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from $677

Sina Villa Medici

Santa Maria Novella 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once a slightly dour traditional address, the rightly-proud owners of this exceptional lodge have transformed it into the one of the most sophisticated addresses in the city. — Star Service

This 18th-century villa conversion is the only hotel within the city limits to have an open-air pool in its own gardens. Located by Porta al Prato, it is within walking distance of the centre of town. — DK Eyewitness

Historic 18th-century palazzo with charming interiors near the Uffizi. — Travel + Leisure

The Sina Villa Medici is famous for hosting aristocrats and celebrities, from the Shah of Persia to Luciano Pavarotti, and exudes all the eclectic elegance of the Belle Époque — The Telegraph

Elegant and understated 18th-century hotel in a leafy area of the city center...Grand Hotel Villa Medici is close enough to the action of Florence without being overrun with tourist groups. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Hotel Lungarno

Oltrarno 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Antiques-filled medieval stone tower and addition in a location on the Arno's quieter south bank, near Palazzo Pitti and the Ponte Vecchio. — Travel + Leisure

Every corner of the hotel is stylish and elegant. — Michelin Guide

Romantic, riverside Lungarno has suntrap terraces and around 450 original artworks on the walls. — Lonely Planet

Sophisticated boutique hotel owned by the Italian fashion house of Ferragamo overlooking the Arno at the western end of the Ponte Vecchio. — Andrew Harper

In "an incredible location right on the Arno River," steps from the Ponte Vecchio, this sixteenth-century grand residence was restored in the 1990s into "a very chic and beautiful hotel." — Condé Nast Traveler

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Palazzo Vecchietti Suites and Studios

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This place could not be better located for access to all the major sights. — Concierge

If you're looking for a swank setting, and the possibility of staying in for a meal (each room has a tiny kitchenette), look no further than this hotel. — Fodor's

This 15th-century palace is a chic home-from-home. All suites feature full kitchens, marble bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes and butler service. — DK Eyewitness

This is a wonderful family-friendly hotel, ostensibly a private 15th century palace converted into 14 studios and one- and two-bedroom suites with oversize proportions. — Star Service

What’s perhaps most surprising about this hotel, ... is how it somehow manages to create an oasis of calm in the very heart of one of the busiest tourist centers of Europe. — Afar Magazine

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from $537

Hotel Brunelleschi

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Named for the Italian Renaissance architect and engineer Filippo Brunelleschi, this historic property in the heart of Florence occupies the Byzantine Pagliazza Tower. — Travel + Leisure

Hotel Brunelleschi is about as a unique as luxury boutique hotels get, whether in Florence or some other far-flung locale — Forbes Travel Guide

In short, this is one of the loveliest design hotels in Florence, and views of the Duomo from the best rooms are nothing short of spectacular. — Star Service

While it may lack the sophistication of some of Florence's other upscale sleeps, this hotel has two outstanding features. — Lonely Planet

The Hotel Brunelleschi is a historic boutique property that's on the higher end of the price scale -- for good reason. — Oyster

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from $436

Torre Di Bellosguardo

Boboli & San Miniato al Monte 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Bellosguardo means "beautiful view"; given the view of Florence you get here, the name is fitting. — Fodor's

The Torre Di Bellosguardo is a three-pearl family-run hotel set in a historic villa amid peaceful gardens and awash with Renaissance artwork and authentic antiques. — Oyster

Far from the crowds, but with the city at its feet, the views from the 16th-century tower of this 14th-century villa are unparalleled. — DK Eyewitness

With its echoey halls, airy loggias, and imposing stone staircases, the Bellosguardo feels just a few flickering torches shy of the Middle Ages -- exactly its attraction. — Frommer's

Simple yet elegant... It has a magical, fairy tale atmosphere. — Michelin Guide

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from $175

Relais Santa Croce

Santa Croce 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This wonderful hotel, in an 18th-century palazzo, is just a short stroll from Michelangelo’s house. Most of its luxurious rooms overlook the street. — DK Eyewitness

Inaugurated in spring 2005, this 24-room hotel offers luxurious accommodation and contemporary style in the shell of a grand, 18th-century palazzo close to the Duomo. — Concierge

Palazzo Cioffi Giacometti is one of Florence’s grandest historic townhouses. — The Telegraph

Recently restored by the stylish Baglioni group, this is an intimate palazzo for dangerous liaisons, with expansively opulent rooms that are matched by a noted restaurant, Guelfi e Ghibellini. — Insight Guides

This seventeenth-century residence in Florence’s trendy Santa Croce neighborhood has been deftly converted into an upscale 24-room hotel with a contemporary flair. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $394

Hotel Monna Lisa

San Lorenzo 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in a 15th-century palazzo that was originally a convent, Hotel Monna Lisais located in the city's Piazza Della Signoria. — Travel + Leisure

Though some rooms are small, they are tasteful, and best of all, housed in a 15th-century palazzo that retains some of its wood-coffered ceilings from the 1500s. — Fodor's

One of the most popular and least expensive choices in town for those whose fantasies run to sleeping and relaxing in an eccentric residential-style dwelling. — Star Service

Upscale, family-owned Hotel... is a solid pick for guests interested in the city's culture and history. — Oyster

There's a certain old-world elegance, reminiscent of an English country manor, to the richly decorated common rooms and the gravel-strewn garden of this 14th-century palazzo. — Frommer's

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Gallery Hotel Art

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Clean lines and minimalist interiors are a charming contrast to the flagstone streets and centuries-old architecture outside. — Mr & Mrs Smith

The lobby and library of this eight-storey boutique hotel also double as a contemporary art gallery. — DK Eyewitness

A stone's throw from the Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio, this stylish pioneer is wedged between its siblings (the streamlined all-suite Lungarno Suites and the newer, retro Continentale) — Star Service

The hotel is popular with fashion and film types, but don't worry: Regular tourists are tolerated too. — Concierge

Contemporary design by a well known architect and cosmopolitan art exhibited as if in a museum, are the ingredients of the uniqueness and fascination of this really "modern" hotel. — Michelin Guide

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from $324

Villa Cora

Boboli & San Miniato al Monte 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1860, it is a stunning example of neoclassical architecture and design, with exceptional restored mid-19th-century murals and frescoes. — Star Service

Elegant late-19C villa surrounded by century-old gardens. — Michelin Guide

The hotel provides a fairly good value for its class and amenities. — Oyster

It’s easy to understand why this relatively new arrival on the Florence high-end hotel scene has been such a hit since it opened. — The Telegraph

The fresco-packed Villa Cora was built by a Baron for his Baroness in the 1870s, but the huge heated outdoor pool - Florence’s only - comes courtesy of a 21st-century renovation. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $468

Antica Torre di Via Tornabuoni

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Antica Torre di Via Tornabuoni is a charming and elegant upscale hotel housed in a 13th-century fortified tower and neighboring 19th-century palace right in central Florence. — Oyster

Footsteps from the Arno, inside the beautiful 14th-century Palazzo Gianfigliazzi, is this raved-about hotel. — Lonely Planet

While the entry-level digs are docked points for being at times pokey, the staff is sensational and the views ensure temporary amnesia. — Star Service

If you're looking for a room with a view, stop here, where just about every one has a window that frames the awe-inspiring Duomo or the Arno (some even have small terraces). — Fodor's

A ‘centralissima’ location, intimate atmosphere, terraces-with-views to die for and stylish, luxurious rooms make the Antica Torre a very attractive option. — The Telegraph

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from $341

Palazzo Magnani Feroni

Oltrarno 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the Oltrarno, inside a 16C building, centring on a small internal courtyard. Offering terraces with an al l-round panoramic view of the city. — Michelin Guide

This is the best option in Florence for anyone who has ever wanted to sleep in a medieval palace. — Star Service

This 12-room Renaissance-era palace just south of the Arno River preserves the atmosphere of living in an ancient private residence. — Oyster

The perfect place to play the part of a Florentine aristocrat is here at this 16th-century palazzo, which despite its massive halls and sweeping staircase could almost feel like home. — Fodor's

This extraordinary old palazzo is the stuff of dreams. — Lonely Planet

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from $323

Villa La Massa

Florence 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When you stay at Villa La Massa in Bagno a Ripoli, you'll be on a river and close to Villa Gamberaia and Stadio Artemio Franchi. — Jetsetter

16th-century Medicean villa, the sister property to Lake Como’s historic Villa d’Este. . — Travel + Leisure

There was a time when Grand Tourists chose to stay not in the centre of Florence but in opulent villas in the green belt around the city. — The Telegraph

This evocative villa-hotel excites well-heeled visitors with its opulent period surroundings, well-rounded facilities and good service. — Star Service

A shuttle bus runs every hour to and from the center of Florence, but the place is so peaceful, you might not want to bother. — Fodor's

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from $524

Hotel Davanzati

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A dizzying array of recently renovated rooms... plus a great location at an unbeatable value make this one of our favorite moderately-priced hotels in the centro storico. — Frommer's

The 19-room Hotel Davanzati is a mid-range historic property ideally located in the center of Florence, less than a 10-minute walk to the Duomo. — Oyster

The hotel has 19 mostly spacious rooms (the singles less so) that are modern and clean with a splash of charm. — Lonely Planet

The selling point of this small, family-run, three star hotel is its unbeatable location in the very heart of Florence’s centro storico. — The Telegraph

This imposing 14th-century building was renovated in 2004, and combines the old and the new magnificently. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Tornabuoni Beacci

Duomo & Piazza della Signoria 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This antiques-stuffed four-star hotel offers the best value for money on Florences poshest shopping street. — Rough Guide

Florentine pensioni don't get any classier than this: old-fashioned style, enough modern comfort to keep you happy, and a 14th-century palazzo. — Fodor's

Once a classic pensione, the hotel has been refitted so guests can now choose between junior suites, deluxe and standard rooms – all with antique furniture and tapestries. — DK Eyewitness

This Florentine classic enjoys an excellent location and offers a delightful atmosphere along with modern services and facilities. — The Telegraph

The staff greets return guests and new friends alike with genuine warmth. — Frommer's

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from $136
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