Stylish and utterly charming with iconic views onto the Arno and Ponte Vecchio, Hotel Lungarno features Florence’s finest contemporary art collection with over 400 works of art including Cocteau and Picasso.
Hotel Lungaro offers a more traditional boutique hotel at the heart of the city - think blue and white fabrics, gilded furniture and charming artwork
The hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, Borgo San Jacopo is frequented by guests and locals alike serving up gourmet Italian cuisine
The location is perfect, right on the quieter side of the river Arno
A hotel for art enthusiasts the Hotel Lungarno boasts over 400 pieces of artwork
The exclusive and stylish Hotel Lungarno was designed by the Florentine architect Michele Bönan and surrounds guest in luxury, glamorous art and culture. Including art works by Picasso and Cocteau, Hotel Lungarno offers stunning views on the master works of the Renaissance.
The 65 rooms and suites boast an elegant style, incorporating shades of blue and white, reflecting the beautiful river Arno outside. The majority of rooms have views across the water and the Ponte Vecchio to the other side of the city.
Arguably the most stylish riverside restaurant in the whole of Florence, Hotel Lungarno's fine dining Michelin-starred restaurant, Borgo San Jacopo, serves delectable Italian cuisine and wines to match. For a little after-dinner indulgence, head to the Picteau Cocktail Bar for its irresistible list of vintage cocktails.
When to visit
Fashion lovers ensure you pick up a privilege card to gain free entry to the Ferragamo Museum.
Hotel Lungarno's prized location, south of the River Amo, puts you at easy walking distance from all of Florence's most famous sights and sounds.
Florence by private boat
Take to the water and explore the city of Florence from a new perspective, on board a private boat. Cruise along the Arno with your private guide, enjoying views of the city's landmarks.
Fresco workshop in Florence
Learn the fascinating art of fresco painting under the guidance of a real expert. Discover how these beautiful works of art are created before trying the techniques for yourself.
Gelato making workshop in Florence
Learn how to create delicious and authentic Italian gelato in a private workshop with a professional chef. You'll discover the history behind this delicious dessert before making and tasting your own gelato.
Meet the Olive Oil producer with the Lombardi Family
Meet the experienced olive oil producing family and learn all about the intricate process of olive oil production, the site it runs and enjoy a tour of the olive groves and production site. Cap off the visit with a tasting of the different olive oils.
Private Florence market tour and cooking class
Head to one of Florence's bustling markets with a professional chef, where you'll choose your ingredients before heading to the kitchen and learning how to cook traditional Italian dishes.
Tour of the Duomo with an art historian
The impressive Duomo, also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, is one of the most iconic monuments of Florence. Explore this incredible complex with your private guide and learn about its history and architecture.
Tour of the Uffizi Gallery with an art historian
Discover the stunning works of art in the Uffizi Gallery with your private art historian guide and admire important Renaissance masterpieces by Italian artists including Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Walking tour of Florence
Explore the historic centre of Florence with your private guide, learning about the city's past, from the Roman era to the birth of the Renaissance. As you discover the city, admire some of Florence's key sights, including the breathtaking Duomo.
Wine tasting in Chianti
Travel through the beautiful Tuscan countryside to discover the wines of Chianti, the area's most celebrated wine region. Visit two wineries to taste the local produce and enjoy a delicious lunch.