Florence is one of the most popular cities in Italy to visit, and has been for quite a long time – so hunting for hotels in Florence can be daunting. It seems like an embarrassment of riches to have so many options, but sorting through every single hotels description is enough to put anyone right off holiday planning entirely.
Here’s a map of hotels in central Florence:
In order to help make your trip planning a little less of a hassle, then, here are some links to articles I’ve written about Florence hotels. I’ll be adding to this list periodically, so you can consider this your “table of contents” to all the Florence hotels articles on the site.
With most of these articles, you’ll get more than just a list of hotel names – you’ll get descriptions of each hotel, as well as a map showing where each one is in the city. The maps are especially helpful so that you know whether “walking distance to the Duomo” is an accurate description of a hotel!
- If you’d like to be close to one of Florence’s most popular landmarks, then look no further than this list of hotels in Florence near the Duomo.
- If you’ve recently read the E.M. Forster book or seen the movie adaptation and you’re inspired to follow Lucy Honeychurch’s example, then this list of Florence hotels that have a “room with a view” is what you need.
- If you’d prefer to be outside the city but near enough for day trips, there are several options on this list of 10 family-friendly villa rentals in Tuscany.
To expand your search a bit, you can always plug your travel dates in and browse through more options for cheap hotels in Florence.
And if you’re looking for a cheaper option, consider staying one of the many hostels in Florence – many of which have private rooms.