• The experience of a Historic Residence

    The experience of a Historic Residence

  • Hotel Centrale Florence. One step away from Everything.

    Hotel Centrale Florence. One step away from Everything.

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Stay in the heart of Florence

Completely restored and renovated, the Hotel is located in the heart of Florence, a stone's throw from the Duomo and the main monuments of the city. A few meters from the Central Station of Santa Maria Novella, from the Fortezza da Basso (home of the most important trade fairs) and from the Palazzo Dei Congressi.

Its location inside the prestigious Palazzo Malaspina, then Palazzo de' Conti, frames a finely and carefully furnished structure, where you can breathe an emotional atmosphere of the past, attributable to the beauty and taste of the old houses.

Enjoy a quiet, comfortable retreat in the hotels rooms, complemented by reproduced frescoes and paintings by famous artists, and many also offering views of the nearby monuments.

The Management and Staff of the Hotel Centrale make the "customer satisfaction" their primary and constant commitment.

  • Duomo

    at 270 meters - 2 minutes

    The Duomo of Florence, Santa Maria del Fiore, is the main Florentine church, symbol of the city.

  • Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi

    at 700 meters - 5 minutes

    In Piazza della Signoria, today the seat of the Municipality of Florence.

  • Ponte Vecchio

    at 800 meters - 6 minutes

    The bridge, symbol of the city of Florence and probably the most known bridge in the world.

  • Palazzo Pitti

    at 1,1 km - 8 minutes

    In Piazza Pitti there is the beautiful Palazzo Pitti with the magnificent Boboli gardens.

  • Church of Santa Croce

    at 1,1 km - 8 minutes

    In Piazza Santa Croce, one of the largest Italian Gothic churches. Place of burial of some of the most famous Italian characters.

  • David

    at 700 meters - 8 minutes

    The Accademia Gallery is a museum in Florence, the fourth in Italy for the number of visitors after the Uffizi, with the largest number of sculptures by Michelangelo in the world, including the David.


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