Where is the best area to stay in Florence?
If we visit Florence we have to stay in the ancient quarter to enjoy its palaces, squares, museums and countless monuments and notable buildings.
Best hotels on Florence center
On the map, that shows the best place to stay in Florence, are located a selection of the best hotels at the discretion of Tripadvisor users. Passing the cursor over the icons, you see the exact address of the hotel and the link in order to book the hotel (BEST PRICE GUARANTEED). So, Best Location Hotels, offers a selection of the best rated hotels, located in the best location to stay in Florence, Italy, and also facilitates the link to the hotels, for information and reservation.
Some opinos about the hotels and the locations:
Palazzo Magnani Feroni: "This former palace of an antique dealer to the Medici family could not have been a more interesting place to stay. Away from the hoards but a short walk to all of the sites."
Golden Tower Hotel: "I have been to Florence many times and by far this is the best boutique hotel I've encountered. Also, the location is the best. It's steps from the Duomo and the best shopping in town. We walked everywhere with no need for taxis which was so convenient."
Four Seasons Florence: "Look , if you're coming to Florence to stay in a five star hotel , there's absolutely no reason to stay anywhere else. The location is a bit of a walk (10 minutes) from the major attractions but not so far that you'd need a car or taxi."
Hotel Degli Orafi: "This hotel was the best hotel we stayed in during our two week European trip. Hotel Degli Orafi is beautifully located right by the River Arno and so you are able to walk everywhere within the historic centre."
Santa Maria Novella Hotel: "This is a wonderful hotel sitting directly on the Piazza di Santa Maria Novella, a close walk to Florence's main train station, and only blocks from the Duomo, the market, and other great sites. Had a great stay here and would definitely stay again."
Nh Porta Rossa: "You will not regret staying at this hotel. It is within walking distance to the center of the city, it has great breakfast, the rooms are very spacious, the service is very accommodating. There is not a single negative thing that I can say about the hotel."
JK Place Firenze: "Stayed here with my wife on our 5th anniversary trip to Italy. Unbeatable location (right across Santa Maria Novella), and convenient access to many of the tourism highlights in central Florence within 5-15 minutes walk."
Hotel L'Orologio: "The hotel is ideally located as only 5 mins from the train station and then a very short walk to all the major attractions. If you go to Florence you must stay at this hotel!"
Hotel Berchielli: "You cant go wrong in Florence by staying at this hotel which has been around forever. The hotel is right on the Arno River about a block from Ponte Vecchio. All of the major galleries are within easy walking distance and there are plenty of great restaurants around as well."
Hotel Davanzati: "The location cannot be beat, just 2 blocks from the Uffizi, with good restaurants as close as 10 feet from the door. I would definitely recommend this hotel for anyone who wants to be treated nicely and be in the perfect location of the city."
Il Guelfo Bianco: "We just got back from a trip to Tuscany which included a stay in Florence at the Il Guelfo Bianco Hotel. Very conveniently located, virtually a 5 minute walk to the heart of Florence (the Duomo), one can have both peace of mind in a quiet and well-tended hotel run by an extremely helpful and happy staff as well as plunging into the historical center of Florence a mere couple of blocks away."
Hotel Palazzo Guadagni: "Had a lovely stay in the superior deluxe room with chandelier and painted alfresco ceilings. Great terrace and super central location. Walked everywhere, very close to the Ponte Vecchio bridge and the palace. Would definately return again, staff were lovely and helpful."
Hotel Benivieni: "We traveled to Italy in July 2011 and needed a centrally located hotel in Florence. Hotel Benivieni is around the corner from the Duomo - but without the negatives you might expect from that location. We highly recommend this small botique type hotel to stay in Florence."
Hotel Colomba: "Excellent location near the Duomo and all other major sights (Uffizi, Accademia etc.), including Station which is a 10 mins walk away. Very safe place for coming back at night. Florence is a lovely place to visit, and will stay again at Hotel Colomba in a heartbeat if we're lucky enough to go back to Italy."
Hotel Casci: "Stayed in Florence one night on our way from Venice to Rome. The hotel is in a fantastic area for visiting the sites in Florence, being a two minute walk from the cathedral square and some of the most popular museums and also not far from the train station."
Hotel Alessandra: "The location of the hotel was perfect for seeing all of Florence, yet in a quiet neighborhood. While this was our first trip to Italy, we have traveled enough to know a good place when we experience it."