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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.When to go: Avoid August (it's hot and full of tourists) and January (cold and damp).
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. Full review →
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.
A “home away from home” may sound like the ultimate hotel cliché, but few words are more fitting for Florence’s Relais Santa Croce Full review →
History sets the tone at this elegant Old World hotel where original architectural features are a highlight. Full review →
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. Full review →
Ornate former palazzo with fabulous views of the Duomo and Santa Croce basilica in Florence's historic heart. Full review →
For five-star luxury in an 18th-century palazzo in Santa Croce, you can't beat this stylish top-end retreat. Full review →
Fascinating atmosphere, frescoed halls and elegantly furnished rooms.
This magnificent five-star shares a lobby with the mind-blowingly expensive Pinchiorri restaurant. and is a similarly top-flight establishment.
In a beautiful but boisterous location one block north of the Santa Croce Church, a 10-to-15-minute walk from the Duomo or the Arno, this is a petite patrician palace with elegantly restored interiors Full review →
Palazzo Cioffi Giacometti is one of Florence’s grandest historic townhouses. Full review →
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