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What We Love

  • A historic hotel in the heart of beautiful Florence, with breakfast and a welcome drinkStaying right in the historic city center, close to most of the city's most popular sights
  • Waking up to a delicious breakfast of homemade pastries and fresh fruit
  • Marveling at the hotel's 13th-century facade, blending perfectly with its historic surroundings

What To Know

  • The hotel is ideally located on a side street between Piazza Della Republica and Ponte Vecchio
  • Rooms are spacious and traditionally decorated
  • Free WiFi can be spotty
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A charming 13th-century hotel right in the heart of the city, just moments from the iconic Florence Cathedral

The Lowdown

Set in a stunning 13th-century building in Italy’s enchanting city of Florence, Hotel Pierre boasts a covetable address right in the historic city center – just moments from Palazzo Strozzi and the breathtaking Florence Cathedral. Here, you can get lost in the cobblestone streets and grand piazzas where the likes of Dante, Machiavelli and Michelangelo once stood. Don’t let the neighborhood or the hotel’s centuries-old facade fool you, though – once you step inside this four-star property, things get decidedly luxurious.
This elegant hotel has everything you need for a sumptuous stay. You’ll find a lovely breakfast room stocked with homemade pastries, fruit and plenty of coffee (it’s the Italian way), and your bedroom is a cool and airy retreat, decked out with antique furniture, parquet floors and lovely big windows. When the time comes to explore your beautiful surroundings, there’s a concierge on hand to assist you with anything from shopping and dining suggestions to vineyard tours of Florence’s famous Chianti area. How’s that for la dolce vita?


Superior Double rooms are spacious and elegantly decorated, with wooden floors and impressive marble bathrooms. The rooms offer views out over the courtyard or the Via dei Lamberti.


Start your day with a rich selection of fresh fruits, homemade pastries, cereals, yogurt and eggs, served-up in the brand-new and tastefully designed breakfast room. The hotel also features a bar, perfect for a refreshing cocktail or evening glass of wine.


Known as the Cradle of the Renaissance, Florence is a lasting monument to Italy’s golden age of art and architecture. It’s here you’ll see Micheangelo’s David, Giotto’s Campanile and the dome of the famous Duomo rising above the city skyline. You’ll find most of the city’s must-sees within a short walk of your front door, including the Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Gallery and the Galleria dell’Accademia.

How to Get There

Hotel Pierre
Via De' Lamberti 5
Firenze, 50123 Italy


Second visit at this hotel.

A beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Firenze. Very helpful staff, and the hotel is spotless. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone heading to Firenze. Close to all the sights, museums, and restaurants.

Nice hotel, excellent location, lousy room (it was a dark box)

Nice hotel, tasty breakfast, nice facilities and excellent location. However, everything was affected by a lousy room, a room with a window that faced a wall, dark very dark and nothing flashy. Please never book in the #07 room.

Great location!
Danielle O

The hotel was quite perfect in almost every way... Our only complaints are about the hard mattresses and the very small shower (if you're claustrophobic, you won't be happy). Our daughter had a smaller room by herself which actually had a bigger shower!

Otherwise, everything was great from top to bottom. The breakfast was very good and filling. The staff was accommodating and polite. They all spoke English - which helped a great deal. The central location was convenient for all we wanted to see and do.

We didn't have a view from our room and actually backed up to an alley. One day there was a lot of hammering, but... we had to get up anyway.