Where to Stay in Florence – Hotels for Every Budget

Florence is a much smaller city than Rome or Paris, but it still welcomes over 10 million tourists each year! As you can imagine, there are a lot of hotel options in this city and I’m here to help narrow the options down for you! During the summer months many of the hotels sell out quickly, so I didn’t narrow the list too much to make sure you have available options when looking.

As a general disclaimer, I haven’t stayed in all of these hotel locations, but I have only included recommendations from people with similar travel tastes to my own and all of you! I also want to point out that with the availability of Airbnb  there are a lot of options to stay in someone’s home and pretend to be an Italian (even if for just a little while!).
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Splurge

($400 and up)

If your budget has no limits or you’re on a once in a lifetime vacation.

Boutique

($150 – 400)

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If you’re looking for a unique and charming hotel to call home for a few days.

Villas Just Outside the City

($200 – 400)

If you’re looking for comfort and a taste of the Tuscan countryside

Budget-Friendly

($60 – 200)

Just because you’re on a budget, doesn’t mean you can’t love your hotel.

Planning a trip to Florence, Italy?

If you’re traveling to Florence, I’ve created the perfect itinerary for first-time visitors that includes a wonderful mix of tourist sights and local favorites. This itinerary makes sure you aren’t spending wasted hours going back and forth across the city and allows you to maximize your limited time. If you’re a first-timer to Florence, this guide will help you check off the boxes for all of your must-see activities. If this is your second or even 25th visit, you’ll find great recommendations for restaurants, activities, and local favorites that will help you to pretend you’re an Italian (even if for just a little while!).

What you’ll find inside:

* 25+ page comprehensive travel guide

* 2 full day itinerary (and a 3rd alternative day) with only the BEST places to stay, things to do, sights to see, and restaurants to try

* Over 30 hotel recommendations for every budget

* Recommendations for the perfect day trips from Florence

* Useful Italian phrases and tips for riding trains in Italy

* Stylish, full-color photos and an easy-to-read layout that you can access on your phone or print-out and bring with you

* Helpful details about the city, cultural insights, and other tidbits to maximize your experience and minimize your stress!

Sample Itinerary Pages:

 

Buy the Florence Perfect Itinerary and Travel Guide for First-Timer’s Here:

Florence Itinerary

 

Buon Viaggio!

Looking or more on Florence? Check out the Perfect Itinerary for First-Timers and Florence Restaurant recommendations.

Do you have a favorite hotel in Florence? Please leave your recommendations below for fellow travelers!

Happy Travels!

Jenny

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