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There are few bad times to visit Florence, so unless you're traveling during the winter low season, you'll want to reserve your accommodations in advance -- and prepare to pay a decent amount to get a room with a private bath and air conditioning. For more affordable stays, look for properties near the main train station or a bit outside the city center.

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Hotel David
Viale Michelangiolo, 1
The friendly staff and and clean, comfortable rooms make the family-owned Hotel David a charming place to stay in Florence. The city center is a...
2709 Reviews
Il Guelfo Bianco
Via Cavour 29
The prime advantage of a stay at the Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco is its central location, just a short walk from the Duomo. The hotel uniquely blends...
1044 Reviews
Il Giglio d'Oro B & B
Via Antonio Pacinotti, 11
At this charming guesthouse, located in a residential area convenient to the historic center, you can chat with the innkeepers and soak up the...
631 Reviews
Il Salviatino
Via del Salviatino, 21
Hide away at Il Salviatino, a luxe hillside retreat in the Tuscan countryside. The restored 15th-century villa is located 15 minutes outside of...
665 Reviews
Hotel Rosary Garden
Via di Ripoli 169
The Hotel Rosary Garden makes up for its slightly out-of-the-way location (it's a 15-minute bus ride or 30-minute walk to the main historic...
379 Reviews

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