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C-Hotels Ambasciatori
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Car parking
  3. Fitness center
  4. Bar
  5. Family room
  6. Pets allowed
  7. Express check-in/check-out
  8. Room service
"This is our third time stay in C-hotels in Florence. Twice in Ambassador and once in Joy hotel around the corner! Don't know where to start or stop complimenting this hotel as we are just in love with staying here every time. Excellent staff, special mention to Matteo at the front desk as he was a legend this time round... location superb just across the train station and close to all amenities... Excellent Trattoria restuarant below next door which we ate at every day we were there!!! Wouldn't stay anywhere else in Florence:-)"
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8.3

Excellent

3273 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 169
Adre Majestic View
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Car parking
  3. Family room
  4. Express check-in/check-out
  5. Breakfast
  6. Tours
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Front desk [24-hour]
"The room was very spacious, bright and clean. It provided all the ammenities needed for a holiday in Florence including great storage and hanging space, very effective fan, comfy bed and a great view. The two windows are huge and we had a great view towards the Duomo and across the terracotta roofs of Florence. There's also a TV if you need one. The room is also tidied every day. The staff member who booked us in on Sunday 10th was very knowledgeable and friendly. Cons: the area is fairly central so there's a number of restaurants and outdoor areas with people socialising until late and in the morning there's quite an number of trucks and cars (I.e don't book if you're a light sleeper!). When tidied a belt was put in the cupboard (but nothing else was) so it was almost left behind as we didn't use the cupboard. The breakfast had pastries, bread and cereal. However the hot food was limited and cold. Majority of the breakfast spread was cakes and biscuits. "
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6.9

Very good

487 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 77
Novotel Firenze Nord Aeroporto
Rifredi,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Swimming pool
  3. Car parking
  4. Fitness center
  5. Restaurant
  6. Bar
  7. Family room
  8. Pets allowed
"The room was big enough and clean.Staff was very good and responsive to request for assistance. Very nice restaurant and very good breacfast.It is the best hotel near the Florence airport."
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7.5

Very good

103 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 151
The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Pool with view
  3. Car parking
  4. Fitness center
  5. Restaurant
  6. Bar
  7. Family room
  8. Yoga room
"Our adventure in Florence was fabulous in part to this wonderful hotel, staff were helpful and very polite. Room good size and everything you need for a city break. Good location to all the things to see in Florence"
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8.6

Excellent

624 reviews

C-Hotels Club
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Car parking
  3. Bar
  4. Family room
  5. Pets allowed
  6. Room service
  7. Breakfast
  8. Tours
"this is the best hotel we have stayed for our Italy trip. I can say this hotel is really out of our expectations and the design is really trendy and unique. Also, the location of the hotel is superb,, close to the central station as well as those sightseeing spots. Its so nice to stay here with my boyfriend. Everything is great except there is no lift to reach to fifth and sixth Floor. Since our room is on 6/F, we have to carry our suitcases and climb the stairs which is a little bit tough...but this really doesn't matter, we will surely recommend to our friends of this nice hotel in Florence! "
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8.4

Excellent

1245 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 145
Plus Florence Hostel
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Swimming pool
  3. Fitness center
  4. Restaurant
  5. Bar
  6. Family room
  7. Balcony/Terrace
  8. Garden
"The room was amazingly modern. It had a swimming pool, a rooftop bar, a pool bar and a club. If you're just tired for the day and don't wanna go out "touristing" this is a great place to spend the day in and have a peaceful time. Lots of fun and things going on. Florence isn't that big but it's still walking distnace from most attractions. I'd highly recommend it. Even if you're considering going to a hotel, choose this instead. They give you individula beds, not bunk beds, and they don't crowd you like some hostels do. I traveled through five cities in italy and this was my favourite of all the places I stayed."
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8.3

Excellent

1457 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 74
C-Hotels Diplomat
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Car parking
  3. Fitness center
  4. Restaurant
  5. Bar
  6. Family room
  7. Pets allowed
  8. Express check-in/check-out
"One of the distinguished hotel in Florence with the friendly, respected, honored staffs. The breakfast was delicious various dishes."
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8.6

Excellent

1544 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 148
hu Firenze Camping in Town
Coverciano,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Swimming pool
  3. Free parking
  4. Restaurant
  5. Bar
  6. Pool (kids)
  7. Family room
  8. Pets allowed
"This is a large, well-run campsite with great facilities. The two pools were great, very clean and a good size. The restaurant was lovely, good selection and very tasty. We went in August and you do need to book during the day for that evening. The chalet was very clean and well stocked with crockery, cutlery etc. Air con, towels and sheets all included. Both bedrooms had their own bathrooms which was a bonus. This is a great base for exploring Florence and you can alternate sightseeing days with pool days. Don’t use the shuttle bus when you go to florenxe though as there is a bus for the same price just along the road from the campsite which takes you much closer in. You can use contactless credit or debit cards to pay for your journey."
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8.5

Excellent

312 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 82
B&B Hotel Firenze Nuovo Palazzo Di Giustizia
Novoli,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Free parking
  3. Family room
  4. Pets allowed
  5. Express check-in/check-out
  6. Room service
  7. Breakfast
  8. Luggage storage
"Quick taxi ride to city center Florence costs 25€. We picked this hotel for a one night stay cuz we needed something close to the airport. This hotel was the last place we stayed in Italy, and we wanted time to shop in downtown Florence. The hotel room was very nice and the beds were comfortable! Staff was great!"
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7.6

Very good

236 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 88
Garden Blue
Historical Center,Florence - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi
  2. Car parking
  3. Family room
  4. Pets allowed
  5. Balcony/Terrace
  6. Garden
  7. Breakfast
  8. Tours
"Breakfast- ok Staff- friendly"
6.8

Very good

52 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 120

Fast facts about Florence, Italy

Accommodations5,853 properties
Popular hotelC-Hotels Ambasciatori
Popular areaHistorical Center
Nightly rates from$15
AirportFlorence Airport
Reasons to visitMuseum & arts, Culture, Sightseeing

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Frequently asked questions

What's the typical price of a hotel in Florence this Friday and Saturday?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Florence this weekend is USD 131. The average price for a 4-star property in Florence this Friday and Saturday is USD 175. The average price for a 5-star property in Florence this weekend is USD 529.

What are the best resorts in Florence for couples?

Hotels in Florence that are exceptionally ranked by couples include C-Hotels Ambasciatori, Plus Florence Hostel and The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini.

What are the recommended hotels around Florence for business visitors?

Hotels around Florence that are well rated by business travelers are C-Hotels Ambasciatori, Plus Florence Hostel and The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini.

What are the best properties located in Florence for group vacationers?

Accommodations found in Florence which are exceptionally rated by group travelers are C-Hotels Ambasciatori, Plus Florence Hostel and The Social Hub Florence Lavagnini.

What hotels around Florence are very highly rated with regards to hygiene?

Resortsfound in Florence which is exceptionally rated regarding cleanliness include I Parigi Corbinelli Residenze, B&B Cavour10 Firenze and B&B Stupido Hotel.

What resorts in Florence are very highly rated with respect to location?

Accommodationslocated in Florence that is well rated regarding location include Dante's Relais, I Parigi Corbinelli Residenze and B&B Cavour10 Firenze.

What are the ideal accommodations in Florence which has complimentary parking?

A hotel that includes free parking around Florence that is very highly rated is Villa Cora.

What are the prime accommodations around Florence that have a private beach?

Resorts that have a private beach found in Florence that are exceptionally rated include Hotel Duomo Firenze, Hotel Duomo Firenze and Hotel Duomo Firenze.

What landmark should I stop by when I'm visiting Florence?

Top sights in Florence include Gallerie Degli Uffizi, Piazzale Michelangelo, and Galleria dell'Accademia.

When should I visit Florence?

Last year, Florence gained its most visitors during the month of October. Nevertheless, make sure to consider other months during which there are a fewer amount of travelers, as the most popular sights will be less jampacked.

Is proof of vaccination required to enter Florence?

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required to enter Florence from outside the country. For further details, please speak to local authority or visit here.

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More about Florence

Discovering Florence: Fun Facts and Reasons to Visit

Florence is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy, and for good reason. The city is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and world-class art museums. But did you know that Florence was also the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance? The city was home to famous artists and thinkers such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Galileo Galilei. Aside from its cultural significance, Florence is also known for its beautiful landscapes. The city is surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can hike through the Tuscan countryside, bike along the Arno River, or simply stroll through the city's many parks and gardens.

How to Go to Florence: Travel Tips and Recommendations

Florence is easily accessible by plane, train, or car. The city has its own airport, the Florence Airport, which is located just a few kilometers outside the city center. From the airport, visitors can take a taxi or shuttle bus to their hotel. For those traveling by train, Florence is well-connected to other major Italian cities such as Rome, Milan, and Venice. The city's main train station, Santa Maria Novella, is located in the heart of the city and is just a short walk away from many of the city's top attractions. If you're planning on driving to Florence, be aware that the city center is a limited traffic zone (ZTL). Non-residents are not allowed to drive in the ZTL without a permit, so it's best to park your car outside the city and take public transportation into the center.

Unforgettable Things to Do in Florence: A Traveler's Guide

Florence is home to some of the world's most famous art museums, including the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery. Visitors can see masterpieces by Michelangelo, Botticelli, and other Renaissance artists. The city is also home to the Duomo, a stunning cathedral with a red-tiled dome that dominates the city skyline. Aside from its cultural attractions, Florence also offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. Visitors can take a bike tour of the city, go hiking in the nearby hills, or take a cooking class to learn how to make traditional Tuscan dishes. For those looking to relax, Florence has plenty of parks and gardens where visitors can enjoy a picnic or take a leisurely stroll. The Boboli Gardens, located behind the Pitti Palace, are a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

Why Use Agoda.com to Book Your Florence Hotel?

Agoda.com is the perfect place to find affordable and hassle-free hotel bookings in Florence. With a wide selection of hotels in the city center and surrounding areas, Agoda.com makes it easy to find the perfect accommodation for your trip. Whether you're looking for a luxury hotel or a budget-friendly option, Agoda.com has something for everyone. Plus, with its easy-to-use website and mobile app, booking your hotel in Florence has never been easier.

The Best Time to Visit Florence: Seasonal Travel Tips

The best time to visit Florence is in the spring (April to June) or fall (September to November). During these months, the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller than in the peak summer months. If you're planning on visiting in the summer, be prepared for hot and humid weather, as well as large crowds. The winter months can also be a good time to visit, as the city is less crowded and hotel prices are lower.

Expert Tips for Travelers Visiting Florence for the First Time

If you're visiting Florence for the first time, it's important to plan ahead. Make sure to book your hotel in advance, especially if you're traveling during the peak summer months. It's also a good idea to purchase tickets for popular attractions such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery in advance, as the lines can be long. When exploring the city, be prepared to walk. Florence is a relatively small city, and many of its top attractions are located within walking distance of each other. Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to climb stairs, as many of the city's historic buildings do not have elevators.

Where to Stay in Florence: A Guide to the Best Neighborhoods

Florence has several neighborhoods that are popular with tourists. The city center is the most popular area to stay, as it's close to many of the city's top attractions. The Santa Maria Novella neighborhood is also a good option, as it's close to the train station and has plenty of restaurants and shops. If you're looking for a quieter area to stay, consider the Oltrarno neighborhood. Located on the other side of the Arno River, this neighborhood has a more relaxed vibe and is home to many artisan shops and local restaurants.

What to Eat in Florence: A Food Lover's Guide

Florence is known for its delicious Tuscan cuisine. Some of the city's most popular dishes include ribollita (a hearty vegetable soup), bistecca alla fiorentina (a thick, grilled steak), and pappa al pomodoro (a tomato and bread soup). For dessert, be sure to try gelato, a creamy Italian ice cream that comes in a variety of flavors. Florence is also home to some of the best pastries in Italy, including the famous Florentine biscotti.

Getting Around Florence: Transportation Tips and Tricks

Florence is a relatively small city, and many of its top attractions are located within walking distance of each other. However, if you need to travel longer distances, there are several transportation options available. The city has an extensive bus network, with routes that cover the entire city and surrounding areas. Tickets can be purchased at newsstands or at the bus station. Taxis are also available in Florence, but they can be expensive. It's best to agree on a price with the driver before getting in the taxi. For those looking for a more unique experience, consider renting a bike or a Vespa. This is a great way to explore the city and see the sights at your own pace.