Your 4 star boutique hotel in the center of Florence
Choosing among the various hotels in Florence might look easy, but it is not: there are too many options to chose from, but only few can really deliver the best experience. Hotel Brunelleschi is among these very few.
Situated in the very heart of the city, this 4 star hotel offers not only 2 restaurants, 3 meeting areas, a gym and 96 rooms and suites, but also the possibility to reach the city center on foot: as we all very well know, one can truly appreciate the beauty of Florence only walking around and enjoying everything that the city has to offer architectural and monuments-wise.
Amongst all the various hotels in Florence, hotel Brunelleschi is the only one that was created within a circular Byzantin tower of the 6th century and a medieval church, entirely reconstructed with a special care for maintaining the orignal characteristics of the two buildings.
We can say that we are talking no ordinary accomodation here: this is an authentic boutique hotel, with an exclusive location and a classy feel inevitably associated with it; it is classified 4 star and not without a reason.
One can surely find hundreds of options for a hotel in Florence, even for a high-end one, but we can guarantee that none surpasses Hotel Brunelleschi in luxury, elegance and location: every room is designed to offer the visitors the maximum confort, plus you can literally wake up and go take a walk to Piazza della Signoria, just for warming yourself up. Can you imagine a better way to start off your morning?
If you are looking for a place where you can not only spend a few nights, but also live an authentic italian experience while spoiling yourself with exquisite meals and beautiful sightseeing, Hotel Brunelleschi is the mandatory choice for you: trust us and you will not be disappointed.
This hotel in Florence is so well known that even Dan Brown had to mention it in his most famous book, “The Da Vinci Code”.
“(…) When can I see you again?” Langdon reeled momentarily, lost in her eyes. “When?” He paused, curious if she had any idea how much he had been wondering the same thing.
“Well, actually, next month I’m lecturing at a conference in Florence. I’ll be there a week without much to do.”
“Is that an invitation?” “We’d be living in luxury. They’re giving me a room at the Brunelleschi.”