Treat yourself to the very best of Italian luxury, and enjoy the unique experience.
This luxury hotel is a 3-minute walk from Florence Cathedral and a 6-minute walk from the world-class Uffizi museum.
Formerly a 15th-century Franciscan monastery, the Villa San Michele is surrounded by its own gardens and woodland on the Fiesole hills.
Owned by Ferragamo, the modern design of Continentale evokes the optimistic 'Dolce Vita' fifties and sixties.
Possibly the world's finest hotel, the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze is an enchanted city sanctuary in the midst of Florence.
This 18th century palazzo is a haven of quiet living on the left banks of the River Arno.
Within whistling distance of the Ponte Vecchio, on the north flank of the Arno, the Gallery Hotel Art romances young and worldly guests with an art theme.
Il Salviatino is one of Florence's finest Renaissance villas, transformed into a luxury all-suite hotel following a multi-million dollar restoration.
The JK Place is a charming, exclusive Boutique Hotel that offers the top of luxurious comfort in a very romantic and intimate atmosphere.
Overlooking the River Arno and the Ponte Vecchio, Lungarno Suites provides elegant self-contained suites and studios, with a fully-equipped kitchen, and all the comforts of home plus the services of a luxury hotel. Close to the Uffizi and the Piazza della Signoria.
Overlooking The Uffizi, Palazzo Vecchio, the Duomo and the Florentine campaniles...Hotel Lungarno is an exclusive luxury hotel in Florence - at the very epicentre of a unique and romantic European treasure. Few cities can rival Florence.
Founded on the philosophy of a "home away from home," Palazzo Vecchietti offers an immersive experience of complete comfort and anticipatory, personalized service.
Claudio Nardi and his daughter Alice have decided to melt their variegated experiences, tastes, and life-styles to create a 'place' open to other influences as well; a home that is open to modern 'travelers,' made of a sensitive mixture of materials, settings, furnishings, of antique objects and contemporary architectural details: a cross-sectional landscape for curious minds.
Once upon a time when the city of Florence was the Italian Capital, Hotel Regency served as a retreat to high government officials.
A reflection of five centuries of art and culture, Residenza del Moro is an intimate hideaway set in the main rooms of a meticulously restored palazzo, dating back to the 16th century.