Our Favorite Boutique Hotels in Florence

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Updated: April 24, 2022
By Santorini Dave

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The Best Boutique Hotels in Florence

1. Palazzo Vecchietti – City Center

Palazzo Vecchietti, the best boutique hotel in Florence
Hotel phone: +39 055 230 2802
Intimate, upscale, boutique hotel with 12 elegant suites built into a 16th-century palace. Suites, penthouses, and one-bedroom apartments all boast hideaway kitchenettes with dishwashers, chocolate marble bathrooms, and bespoke furnishings. Top tier suites add private balconies, roof terraces, deep soaking tubs, or decadent Turkish steam baths. A delicious complimentary breakfast is offered in the dining area or can be served directly to the guest rooms. Family-friendly, pet-friendly, and well-situated a short walk from the Duomo, Bargello, and Uffizi.
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2. Portrait Firenze – City Center

Beautiful bathroom with a view in Portrait Firenze
Hotel phone: +39 055 2726 8000
Luxurious and exclusive, this Ferragamo-owned five-star all-suite hotel takes pride in offering a highly-personalized experience to its guests. The impeccable service also includes a lifestyle team. Accommodations feature well-equipped kitchenettes, iPads, complimentary Salvatore Ferragamo toiletries, and Carrara marble bathrooms. This child and pet-friendly hotel offers a sophisticated Italian restaurant, and guests can access all other Lungarno Collection facilities nearby.
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3. Place Firenze – Santa Maria Novella

J.K. Place Firenze Hotel in Florence, Italy.
Hotel phone: +39 055 264 5181
One of Italy’s original boutique hotels, The Place Firenze offers an intimate, homey, and aristocratic experience in an art-filled townhouse. Rooms are plush and spacious, with large beds and bathrooms. A hidden roof terrace, a glass-roofed inner courtyard with free refreshments, several plush lounges, a chic bistro, free minibars in the rooms, excellent kids’ activities, books on art, and free local gym access are some of the thoughtful extras offered to the guests.
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4. Hotel Brunelleschi – City Center

Hotel Brunelleschi in Florence, Italy.
Hotel phone: +39 055 27370
Housed in a medieval church and a sixth-century Byzantine tower, the opulent Brunelleschi beautifully balances modern and historic design aspects. Rooms are unique and comfortable, and come with comfortable beds with dramatic headboards, minibars, video games, and large bathrooms, many with bathtubs. Conveniently located, the hotel offers two renowned restaurants, a bar, a well-equipped gym, and an archaeological museum on-site.
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5. Palazzo di Camugliano – Santa Maria Novella

Palazzo di Camugliano Hotel in Florence, Italy.
Hotel phone: +39 055 265 4578
This aristocratic hotel is in a sixteenth-century palazzo still owned by the Marchese. The beautiful rooms feature historic features like original frescoes, four-poster beds, antique furniture, marble bathrooms, and modern amenities. Extras include a hanging garden, plush sitting rooms, complimentary beverages and homemade cakes throughout the day, aperitivo before dinner, and an attentive staff. Excellent location on the edge of the historic center.
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6. SoprArno Suites – Santo Spirito

SoprArno Suites Hotel in Florence, Italy.
Hotel phone: +39 055 046 8718
Charming B&B located in a carefully refurbished sixteenth-century palazzo with retro and quirky art. The good-value rooms are spacious, individually designed, and feature frescoed ceilings, free-standing bathtubs in the bedrooms, mid-century furniture, Nespresso machines, Apple TV, Chromecast, and minibars. Common lounges on each floor, a communal kitchen with an honesty bar, a delightful cafe, record players, and books are all offered in an excellent location in Santo Spirito.
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