Accademia Hotel Florence Italy is set in a 14th-century palazzo, the home of one of the Florentine sculptors who made the magnificent doors of the Baptistery of San Giovanni here in Florence It is said that Bernardo Cennini lived in this very house just a few steps away from Piazza del Duomo, which showcases the greatest Renaissance treasures.
Even more, in the hotel you can still admire the original period stained-glass windows. The Hotel Accademia Florence Italy, 3 stars superior, has recently been renovated with quality materials. For example Carrara marble in the shared spaces and new furnishings and also finishes for the rooms.
All the rooms, pleasantly furnished, are equipped with bathroom, air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, safe and hairdryer. In the common areas, you can also use an Internet Point, a quiet reading room and enjoy a charming little outdoor garden space where you can indulge in dolce far niente, perhaps with a drink from the hotel bar.
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LUGGAGE STORAGE 24/7
LAUNDRY SERVICE**(To paid)
MUSEUMS RESERVATION SERVICE
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Staying at the Accademia Hotel Florence Italy means finding comfort and elegance in the center of Florence, in a strategic position to reach on foot the main points of interest of the city: museums (Uffizi, Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore Museum, etc), monuments (The Cathedral, the Brunelleschi Dome, the San Giovanni Baptistery, etc.) and much more.
In the historic center of Florence and very near to the hotel, our guests also find fashion boutiques, cafes and typical Florentine restaurants.
• Uffizi Gallery: 15 minutes walk
• Accademia di Firenze Gallery: 9 minutes walk
• Cathedral, San Giovanni Baptistery, Giotto’s Campanile: 5 minutes walk
• Ponte Vecchio: 10 minutes walk
• Palazzo Pitti: 15 minutes walk
• Chiesa di San Marco: 9 minutes walk
• Chiesa di San Lorenzo: 1 minute walk
• Fortezza da Basso: 9 minutes walk
• Palazzo dei Congressi: 6 minutes walk
• Santa Maria Novella Station: 8 minutes walk
Accademia Hotel Florence is set in a 14th-century palazzo, the home of one of the Florentine sculptors who made the magnificent doors of the Baptistery of San Giovanni here in Florence
Bernardo Cennini (Florence, 2 January 1415 – Florence, 1498) was an Italian goldsmith and printer. He was one of the very first printers in Italy.
After working with Lorenzo Ghiberti on the gates of the Florence Baptistery, in particular on the Gates of Paradise, he was among the first to apply himself to the technique of printing with movable types invented by Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz. He deduced the principles simply by analysing the final product, printed books. On his press he produced the first book to be printed in Florence.
The Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and its dome represent the timeless beauty of genius and art.Ask to us
Palazzo Vecchio is unique for the splendid decorated rooms dating back to the 16th century.Ask to us
Definitely one of the most important museums in the world. With this tour you can admire the most beautiful masterpieces in the art history.Ask to us
A guided tour to discover Florence by walking around the city. With this private guided tour you will know the true heart of Florence.Ask to us
The place was incredibly convenient, super clean and quiet. The woman who checked us in sat on hold for a very long time to ensure that we could get tix to the Uffizi Gallery…we only asked her for instructions…we were happy to do it ourselves, but she continued to patiently wait on hold and reserved tix for us!-- Eric – USA