The hotel’s white-and-gray exterior displays the sober style characterizing Florentine architecture. Inside, however, colorful modernity dominates, beginning with a horizontal mosaic-tile spiral by notable Italian tile-manufacturer Bisazza that swirls above the entrance and unfolds to the front desk. A quilted-leather settee under a violet neon chandelier heightens the ultra-contemporary effect.Read More
Nineteenth century hotel restored to original splendour in Florence’s historic centre, 200 metres from Santa Maria Novella. With sumptuous traditional decor and antique-style furnishings, guestrooms feature marble bathrooms and flatscreen TVs. Guests can enjoy and aperitif or a light snack in the classical bar and browse the papers by the fireplace in the lobby.
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The hotel is situated in Piazza Santa Maria Novella, in the heart of historical Florence. Its splendid position makes it easy to get to, and is surrounded by many Florentine attractions. A short pleasant walk in this wonderful town, you can easily arrive at the famous exhibitional centres (Palazzo dei Congressi e degli affari and Fortezza da Basso), the railway station, the Duomo, the Campanile di Giotto, the Uffizi Gallery and all other major Artistic and Historical Interests.
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Contemporary-styled business-oriented hotel 25 km from Florence and 7 km from Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo. Guestrooms feature a pastel décor and light wood furnishings; all have cable television, Internet access and minibars. Guests can try local cuisine in the restaurant, hold seminars in the conference room or relax with a newspaper in the hotel.
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Traditional hotel with Art Deco style interior on the right bank of the River Arno in Florence’s historical center. Air-conditioned guestrooms feature simple, modern décor in subtle colors; all have minibars and satellite television. Guests can relax with paper in the quiet reading room and enjoy a drink in the American Bar or on the sunny terrace.
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Golden Tulip Craft Hotel occupies a converted 19th-century townhouse with rooftop pool and garden. Inside, a mezzanine-level bar and restaurant overlook the high-ceilinged lobby. Decor includes terracotta walls, red-and-green upholstered sofas, marble-topped tables, and small statues. Hotel clientele consists of both vacationers and businesspeople.
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The Executive Hotel is conveniently located near the fashion and business districts, theaters, Congress Hall, and the railway station. Situated in a quiet, elegant area in the old part of Florence, the hotel is close to the banks of the Arno River. The hotel is housed in a historic building dating from the 1700s and renovated in 2004. Today, the hotel offers modern amenities including a fitness center, full meeting facilities, and an on-site restaurant and bar.
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Hotel Brunelleschi was formed out of the original historic structures of Pagliazza, a Byzantine tower, and San Michele in Palchetto, a medieval church (where the architect Filippo Brunelleschi is said to have prayed). The lobby and bar are modern in style, but set against the oldest part of the hotel—Pagliazza Tower—which dates from Roman times. The hotel’s clientele is generally tourists.
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Modern six storey hotel with garden courtyard and parking, boasting city centre location 300 metres from main train station. Air-conditioned guestrooms feature rich fabrics in soft colours and dark wood furniture; all have satellite TV and minibars. Guests can enjoy buffet breakfasts each morning, sip cocktails out in the garden, and dine on Tuscan fare in the restaurant.
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This hotel was formerly a baroque palazzo, where the illustrious Gaddi and Arrighetti families resided during the Renaissance. A marble lobby with turquoise-silk sofas leads to the grand staircase. Public areas are appointed with soaring vaulted ceilings, original frescos, Tuscan terracotta floors, and rare antiques. Formal and gracious, the hotel welcomes an international mix of upscale businesspeople and vacationers.
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