4.8 Soprarno Suites Florence

Guesthouse Soprarno Suites, Florence

Lonely Planet

“This boutique gem, tucked in a quaint Oltrarno courtyard, creates an intimate home-from-home vibe while making each guest feel special. Thirteen designer rooms are exquisitely dressed in vintage objets d’art and collectibles.”

$ 178 $ 178 $ 178 $ 178
4.9 Ad Astra Florence

Bed & Breakfast Ad Astra, Florence

Lonely Planet

“There is no other address quite like it in Florence. Seductively at home in a 16th-century palazzo overlooking Europe’s largest private walled garden, this uber-chic guesthouse rocks.”

$ 178 $ 178 $ 178 $ 178
4.5 Hotel Savoy Florence

Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy, Florence


“Located steps from the Duomo and overlooking lively Piazza della Repubblica, the Hotel Savoy occupies the best address in the city. Its aristocratic, 19th-century facade belies its whimsical modern interiors — a pleasant surprise in a city dominated by posh Renaissance-era hotels.”

$ 526 $ 526 $ 526 $ 526
4.7 Four Seasons Firenze

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, Florence


“The Four Seasons in Florence feels more like a sprawling Tuscan country estate than a hotel in the heart of a bustling metropolis.For starters, it’s built within Giardino della Gherardesca — Florence’s largest private garden, spanning 11 acres.”

$ 615 $ 615 $ 615 $ 615
4.5 Orto de Medici Florence

Hotel Orto de’ Medici, Florence

Lonely Planet

“This three-star hotel in San Marco redefines elegance with its majestic ceilings, chic oyster-grey colour scheme and contemporary furnishings, offset to perfection by the historic palazzo in which it languishes.”

$ 86 $ 86 $ 86 $ 86
4.8 Portrait Firenze Hotel

Portrait Firenze Hotel, Florence

New York Times

“Michele Bönan, a Florentine architect, used midcentury furnishings and original photographs from the Ferragamo archives to create gorgeous 1950s-era interiors. The result is 34 rooms and suites worthy of interior design awards, and a lobby that feels like a sophisticate’s living room.”

$ 561 $ 561 $ 561 $ 561
4.7 San Firenze Florence

Hotel San Firenze Suites & Spa, Florence

New York Times

“The San Firenze Suites & Spa has 14 perfectly situated suites around the corner from Piazza della Signoria. Spacious rooms, many of which feature four-poster beds and large bathrooms with rainfall showers.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Florence.

$ 172 $ 172 $ 172 $ 172
4.7 St Regis Florence

St. Regis Hotel, Florence

New York Times

“After a head-to-toe renovation, the St. Regis Florence opened in 2011 in a landmark building that was designed in the 15th century by Filippo Brunelleschi (of Duomo fame). The 100 rooms and suites boast centuries-old frescoes, Murano glass chandeliers, beautiful antique furniture, Arno River views and every modern amenity.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Florence.

$ 542 $ 542 $ 542 $ 542
4.2 Academy Hostel Florence

Academy Hostel, Florence

Lonely Planet

“This classy 13-room hostel – definitely not a party hostel – sits on the 1st floor of Baron Ricasoli’s 17th-century palazzo. Dorms sport maximum four, five or six beds, high moulded ceilings and brightly coloured lockers.”

$ 25 $ 25 $ 25 $ 25
4.2 Hotel Scoti Florence

Hotel Scoti, Florence

Lonely Planet

“Wedged between designer boutiques on Florence’s smartest shopping strip, this hidden pensione is a fabulous mix of old-fashioned charm and value for money.”

$ 61 $ 61 $ 61 $ 61