Sink into the Luxury of these 7 Florence Hotels

Hotel David was once called Villa Drina - a 19th century mansion which was transformed into a hotel in the 1950's. The hotel is family run, decorated with original antiques and includes all of the comforts you need for an enjoyable stay. The house has a family atmosphere and welcoming ambiance, guestrooms are traditional in design, warm and inviting, each hosts mini bar, HD TV with free Sky channels, Wi-Fi, kettle and safe.More Details>
The hotel is housed in a spectacular Renaissance Palace by the river, with up to date interiors blending effortlessly with unique features of the Renaissance period, it offers a perfect combination of historical and contemporary. The 171 guestrooms and suites are decorated in elegant period design, offering the guests a taste of Florence. Rooms offer a Westin Heavenly Bed, bath and shower, 32" LCD TV, in room movies and Wi-Fi for an additional fee. More Details>
The hotel building is located in the Palazzo della Gherardesca which was formerly known as the Palazzo Scala - the building used to be one of the mainstays of the city's artistic, cultural and entrepreneurial activity. After much restoration, the awe-inspiring bas-reliefs and original frescoes and designs are available to see throughout the hotel. The hotel still has the ambiance and aura of a Palazzo, you will feel like you have stepped inside a Renaissance painting when you stay here. guestrooms are plush, elegant, opulent and palatial in style with everything you need and more for a comfortable stay.More Details>
Villa Cora is an aristocratic residence which was built at the end of the 19th century upon commission by Baron Oppenheim. The architectural style still reflects that period, with a strong, eclectic palatial décor, with lots of artistic flair. Over the years Villa Cora earned its reputation as one of the cultural and cosmopolitan symbols of Florence and has hosted guests such as the Princess Eugenia, wife of Napoleon III and Russian composer Tchaikovsky. Hotel guestrooms range from the superior to deluxe, family to the Imperial Suite which are equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safe, internet connection and mini bar.More Details>
The perfect balance of comfort and luxury, this 18th century residence lies in central Florence. With sumptuous furnishings and frescoed ceilings the interior of the hotel itself is like a work of art. Elegant styling throughout the hotel showcases antiques, bas-reliefs and original artworks, all combined with modern elements to make you feel right at home. Hotel suites are spacious and majestic with Tuscan marble bathrooms, atmospheric lighting and neutral shades offering a warm and inviting haven of luxury for guests.More Details>
The Villa dates back to the 15th century, it's grand façade is attributed to the great Michelangelo. Originally a Renaissance monastery it is a large part of Italy's culture and is recognised as one of the country's finest boutique hotels. The fragrant gardens invite you for a stroll, abundant with lemon trees and roses - you can savour traditional Tuscan cuisine in the outdoor loggia. guestrooms are spacious, decorated with warm Tuscan shades of terracotta, bronze and ochre, featuring all of the comforts you would expect from a luxury establishment.More Details>
The Portrait Firenze is an all-suite property offering travellers exclusivity and charm. Suites are prepared to your individual tastes, with a choice of sheets and pillows, favourite foods and newspapers. You will have an exclusive access to the unseen amazing Florentine attractions and more when you stay at the Portrait Firenze.More Details>

Map : Luxury Hotels

Address Details

1 : Hotel David
Viale Michelangiolo, 1, 50125, Florence

2 : The Westin Excelsior Florence
Piazza Ognissanti, 3, 50123, Florence

3 : Four Seasons Hotel Firenze
Borgo Pinti, 99, 50121, Florence

4 : Villa Cora
Viale Machiavelli, 18, 50125, Florence

5 : Relais Santa Croce
Via Ghibellina, 87, 50122, Florence

6 : Belmond Villa San Michele
Via Doccia, 4, 50014 Fiesole, Florence

7 : Portrait Firenze
Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli, 4, Florence