Accademia Rooms, provides with elegance and sophistication just a short walk from the prettiest, most interesting places in Florence.
The Hotel Accademia is a place where everything is cared for down to the finest detail: Carrara marble, ancient window panes, and a warm welcome to make your stay just unforgettable.
Accademia Rooms is right in the center of the city in Via Faenza, just a short walk from the San Lorenzo Basilica and only 5 minutes from the Santa Maria Novella Train Station.
The hotel is housed in a 14th Century building that has preserved all the atmosphere and attraction of ancient Florence, with its floors in Carrara marble, wonderful artistic windows and plain furniture.
Here, in this charming, exciting setting, you will feel the authentic spirit of the city, thanks also to an exclusive environment and the careful attention we always pay to our guests.
The hotel areas:
- breakfast room: a relaxing, sophisticated room with a large stone fireplace where a large buffet breakfast is served each morning.
- bar: a place where you can slowly enjoy an aperitif or a pleasant after-dinner drink.
- interior terraces: a place away from the crowds where you can enjoy a few quiet moments during the warm seasons.
- reading room: a warm, welcoming room where you can read up on all the artistic and cultural attraction of Florence.
- internet point: here you can log onto the Internet at any time of day.
- booking service: Our staff will book your tickets for the museums, theater, concerts and other cultural events.
- laundry service: on request.
- special priced parking in garage: you can park your car just a few meters from the hotel in a large garage that has an agreement with the hotel.
The Hotel Accademia is located in an old building dating back to the 14th Century, once the home of Bernardo Cennini, a famous goldsmith and sculptor who was born in Florence in 1415 and who worked on the creation of the wonderful Saint John's Baptistry.
Cennini was one of the artists who worked on the huge Baptistry's door and on the Altar, a splendid work of art made entirely from silver (400 kilos) in Gothic-Renaissance style. Some of the items that Cennini created are now on shown in the Duomo's Museo dell'Opera.