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A 16th-century private residence on the southern banks of the Arno, next to the iconic Ponte Vecchio, the hotel was the first entry into the Ferragamo family’s Lungarno hotel collection. Full review →
Sophisticated boutique hotel owned by the Italian fashion house of Ferragamo overlooking the Arno at the western end of the Ponte Vecchio. Full review →
The first choice for travelers who prefer smaller hotels but don't want to sacrifice top-class personal service and supercentral location.
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." Full review →
This boutique hotel sports a crisp and cool look that is refreshing to the eye.
Many rooms and suites here have private terraces that jut out right over the Arno, granting stunning views of the Palazzo Vecchio and the Lungarno. Full review →
The picture-perfect Picteau Lounge encourages you to opt for an afternoon negroni and take in a little of Florence with each sip while gazing at incredible views of the Arno River. Full review →
Ferragamo-owned hotel, with luxe-level service and the most enviable location in the city, on the banks of the Arno Full review →
Romantic, riverside Lungarno has suntrap terraces and around 450 original artworks on the walls. Full review →
Every corner of the hotel is stylish and elegant.
With its nautical overtones, crisp Capri piping and impeccable maintenance, this is one the Ferragamo family's most fashionable houses. Full review →Request rooms with river-view balconies or picture windows well in advance (they are few and far between).
It’s the cosiest of the bunch, with boiserie panelling, plump sofas and an American-style lounge bar. Full review →
Antiques-filled medieval stone tower and addition in a location on the Arno's quieter south bank, near Palazzo Pitti and the Ponte Vecchio. Full review →
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