Where To Stay in Florence, Italy

There's somewhere to stay in Florence to suit all travellers
There's somewhere to stay in Florence to suit all travellers | Courtesy of Black 5 Florence Suite / Expedia
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19 November 2020

The streets of Florence are pounded by 16 million tourists every year. Most come to explore the famed Renaissance art and architecture, visit Michelangelo’s David and admire the red-domed Duomo. Thankfully, there are plenty of places to stay. From communal digs to luxury retreats, Florence caters to all tastes and budgets.

Black 5 Florence Suite

Hotel, Bed and Breakfast
3.9/5 (85 Reviews)
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Just a few steps from Santa Croce Basilica, this elegant B&B occupies prime real estate: from the hotel’s entrance, it will take just 10 minutes on foot to reach Piazza del Duomo and the Uffizi Gallery. When you’re not exploring, you can be relaxing in your comfortable room. Each one is individually designed, but all are ensuite and soundproofed. In the mornings, a typical continental-style breakfast served in a nearby restaurant will set you up for the day.
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Casa Howard

Bed and Breakfast
4.1/5 (221 Reviews)
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Casa Howard combines the tailored guest experience of a B&B with the elegance of a boutique hotel. Breakfast, for example, is served straight to your room, so you can chow down on your toast with home-made marmalade, Tuscan honey and creamy butter in private. The location of the guest house on the Via della Scala is within easy reach of Florence’s landmarks, and its rooms are individually designed.
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Leonardo Tourist House

Leonardo Tourist House, Florence, Italy
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If you’re on a budget, Leonardo Tourist House offers basic design but an excellent location. One minute away is the Duomo, while Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery are just a five-minute stroll. You’re not shelling out luxury prices here, but you can expect a warm welcome, complete with personal recommendations and a city map. Rooms are clean and equipped with the essentials.
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La Farina Apartments

Hotel, Lodge
4.6/5 (304 Reviews)
La Farina Apartments, Florence, Tuscany, Italy
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The four-storey La Farina Apartments offers bright, modern accommodation at a reasonable price. If you are on a tight budget, you’ll be pleased to know that the apartments come with a fully fitted kitchen, meaning you don’t need to fork out restaurant prices for every meal. Nearby amusements include the Galleria dell’Accademia, where Michelangelo’s David resides; you can also catch a bus into the city centre. While compact Florence is best explored on foot, if you do decide to drive, there’s a free underground car park.
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Tenuta del Podestà

Tenuta del Podestà
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In the Florentine hills, this two-bedroom villa offers tranquillity away from the hubbub of the city. Its garden is probably the main attraction, especially if you enjoy al fresco dining. Here you’ll also find a dipping pool, barbecue and boules court. A bus can be taken into the city centre of Florence, but you may also be tempted by the hour’s drive to the vineyards of Chianti.
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  • Riva Lofts

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    Riva Lofts Florence, The best hotels in Florence
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    On the bank of the Arno, Riva Lofts is an uber-stylish retreat within walking distance of the historical centre. Its sleek decor was curated by local architect Claudio Nardi, blending contemporary pastels and metallics with traditional feature stonework. During the summer, when not exploring the city on the hotel’s vintage bikes, guests can chill in the garden’s lap pool. In the winter, when temperatures dip, gather in the common lounge around the fire.
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    Hostel Gallo D’Oro

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    Italian hospitality is often focussed around the food, and that’s certainly the case at Hostel Gallo D’Oro. It may be a budget-friendly option, but you’ll get breakfast, snacks and a dinner buffet included in the price. Offering both mixed and female-only dorms, this hostel’s number one priority is making sure everybody feels comfortable. If you’re backpacking or travelling solo, it’s a great place to meet some buddies.

    Hostel Archi Rossi

    Hostel Archi Rossi
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    Located less than five minutes from the city’s main train station, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, Archi Rossi Hostel is a convenient choice for budget travellers. It offers mixed dorms if you’re not bothered about mucking in, or private rooms if you need peace. After a busy day, head to the hostel garden for some R&R and to hang out with fellow guests.
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