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Florence hotels

The Florence hotel scene has seen more changes over the last decade than any other Italian destination. Once, the choices were limited to traditional grand hotels, fusty three-stars, or faded pensioni reminiscent of A Room With a View. Now you can opt to stay in a converted aristocratic palace; a cool design hotel courtesy of Ferragamo; a charming, good-value bed-and-breakfast with a DVD library; or a 16th-century palazzo adorned with works from one of Italy's leading private contemporary art collections. Although there are now more beds per visitor than ever before, Florence is still a seller's market, and you should book well in advance except during the winter low season (November-February). Be sure to get a handle on Florence's street-address numbering system before leaving your hotel for the first time. Hotels, bars, and restaurants are numbered differently than residential properties, so it can initially be jarring to find your way.

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Antica Dimora Firenze, Florence

This six-bedroom gem of a guest house is situated a bit away from the tourist crowds, a ten-minute walk north of the Duomo. It has the air of a house belonging...more

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Casa Howard, Florence

Casa Howard more or less invented the luxury Italian guesthouse in its two original Roman locations. This discreet home-away-from-home exports that winning...more

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Continentale, Florence

The newest of the four Ferragamo properties in Florence (Gallery Hotel Art, Hotel Lungarno, Lungarno Suites) opened in 2003, and is, in our eyes, the most...more

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Four Seasons Hotel Florence, Florence

You could never accuse the Four Seasons group of rushing into things. It wasn't until the most prestigious private estate in central Florence came up for sale...more

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Gallery Hotel Art, Florence

When the Ferragamo family opened this confidently stylish hotel in 1999, it caused quite a stir. Not only was it Florence's first "design hotel," but it had an...more

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Grand Hotel Villa Cora, Florence

Old-world opulence is ingrained in this restored nineteenth-century mansion overlooking the Boboli Gardens. Built in 1868, the villa has been home to...more

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Hotel Helvetia & Bristol, Florence

One of central Florence's best small hotels, the Helvetia & Bristol has had a distinguished history, with Stravinsky, Gabriele d'Annunzio, Pirandello, and...more

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Hotel L'Orologio, Florence

Don't even think of getting a taxi from the station: Hotel L'Orologio is a two-minute walk away, and yet such is the compact geography of central Florence that...more

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Hotel Lungarno, Florence

With a stunning setting right on the south bank of the Arno just a few steps from the Ponte Vecchio, the 73-room Lungarno (another Ferragamo-owned property) is...more

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Hotel Savoy, Florence

Rescued from decay in the late '90s by Sir Rocco Forte, the Savoy is a stylish, upbeat hotel and one of the city's most popular, attracting both business and...more

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