Florence Hotel Accademia
Via Faenza, 7
Hotel Accademia is located in an ancient building of the XIV century, house of an important Florentine sculptor, Bernardo Cennini, one of the authors of the famous doors of the city Baptistery.
In the Palace it is still possible to admire the beauty of the original stained-glass windows. The hotel has been recently restored and the corridors, and the common spaces are made from Marmo di Carrara (Carrara Marble) and the rooms have parquet-pavements.
All the rooms, finely furnished have a private bathroom, air conditioning; satellite TV, telephone, safe box and hair dryer.
Its also possible to use an Internet Point (located in the common spaces) and a quiet and relaxing Reading Room. In the hotel youll also find a small but gracious garden where you can enjoy the Italian dolce far niente or drink a cocktail prepared at the well provided bar of the hotel.
An abundant buffet-breakfast will be served every morning in the wide hotel hall characterized by an ancient stone-made fireplace. The Accademia Hotel is located in the heart of Florence, in a perfect position either if you are in town for holidays or for work.
The central railway station of Santa Maria Novella, the Congress and the Business Palace are only five minutes walk from the Hotel.
The hotel is also very close to the wonderful Cappelle Medicee (Medici Chapels), where it is possible to admire some of the greatest Michelangelo's marble masterpiece, 50 metres from the cities impressive Dome and within a short walk from all the most important city churches and museums.
The hotel is easily reached by car and guests can park their car in a close garage at special prices. Our guests can also use the service of laundry on request.
The hotel staff offer a booking service for the city museums and exhibitions and for organized outdoors trips throughout Florence and Tuscany.
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