Gallery Hotel Art
Gallery Hotel Art is one of the four hotels in the Lungarno Collection owned by the Ferragamo family. It has a fabulous location just off the Ponte Vecchio and within very easy walking distance to all of Florence's wonderful sights, shops and restaurants.
At a Glance
Great location just off the Ponte Vecchio
Suites on the top floors have big terraces with fabulous views across the rooftops of Florence
Really great Asian-inspired restaurant, plus dine around options at the other Lungarno hotels
Hotel guests are given free entry to the Salvatore Ferragamo museum
A great option for those on a smaller budget - prices are lower than the other hotels as it doesn't have river views but the suites on the top floors have incredible city views so go for one of those if you can!Cordelia Nicholls
This hotel resembles a bachelor pad in style, so very different to its sister hotel Continentale right opposite.Scott Dunn team
Choose this hotel if you are a family as the suites offer space as well as 2 bedrooms.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Gallery Hotel Art or take a look at our itineraries to Florence
Gallery Hotel Art has 74 sleek rooms and suites, designed in a contemporary style with a masculine edge - dark wooden floors, leather trimmed furniture and elegant mood lighting. Walls are decorated with modern art and the rooms are furnished with beautifully crafted Florentine textiles and furniture. Sandstone bathrooms have double sinks, showers over the bathtub and some have separate walk in showers as well. The suites on the upper floors of the hotel have lovely terraces complete with day beds and tables and chairs, and spectacular views across the city. The suites are spacious and perfect for families.
The Library is an inviting room to relax and enjoy a cocktail and is rearranged each morning for breakfast. There is a minimalist Asian-inspired bar and fusion restaurant popular with locals as well as hotel guests. If you feel like a change of scenery you can dine around at the other restaurants in the Lungarno hotels - Caffe dell'Oro just next door in Portrait Firenze, or Borgo San Jacopo, the other side of the river where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Arno.
As with Gallery Hotel Art's sister properties, you can follow the history of the Ferragamo brand, starting with the fashion label portrayed in the framed original sketches and many photos of celebrities and models wearing the beautiful clothes and shoes. You will also be given free entry to the Ferragamo museum which is well worth a visit if you are interested in fashion.
Gallery Hotel Art has 74 rooms and suites. The rooms feature beautiful furniture and artifacts, free internet, satellite television and Salvatore Ferragamo Bath amenities.
The contemporary luxury double room offers a double or twin beds and a chic arenite sandstone bathroom.
Large windows allow lots of light to fill this spacious and comfortable double or twin room. Rooms are complemented by gorgeous black and white photographs from the 50's, handmade leather furniture and black and white photography, gorgeous handmade leather finishes and a chic arenite sandstone bathroom.
This spacious room offers a luxurious double bed or twin beds, a comfortable armchair, a chic arenite sandstone bathroom, oriental carved wood, selected fine linen, and handmade leather finishes.
Each Studio has its own particular character and offers a double bed or twin beds, a sitting area and a luxurious bathroom.
Enjoy an international flair of details, such as fascinating oriental carved wood, the finest linen, cashmere, and handmade leather finishes.
The Suite Gallery has stunning views of the Florence Cathedral and San Miniato Church from the top floor of the hotel.
Some of the spacious suites are on two levels, with a double bed or twin beds, a chic bathroom, and well-arranged daytime and night time areas.
Handmade leather finishes, the finest linen, cashmere, and oriental carved wood, can be found throughout.
The Penthouse Pitti is 56 sq m and is laid out over 2 floors. The first floor hosts an inviting king-sized bed room with a beautiful bath.
On the second level you will find the living room space with a work desk, and a beautifully furnished private terrace with amazing views across the city.
|Penthouse San Miniato||
The San Miniato suite is situated on the top floor of the Gallery Art Hotel and covers 56 sq m. Arranged over two levels with a stylish interior and a spectacular open-air terrace with stunning views of the city.
The San Miniato suite can also be connected to the Pitti Suite, both internally and externally through the terraces.
|Penthouse Palazzo Vecchio||
The 56 sq m Penthouse Palazzo Vecchio spread on one floor features a double or twin beds, an exquisite living room with a pull out sofa, two bathrooms, and two magnificent fully-equipped terraces which offer the most incredible views and unforgettable sunsets over the Florence Cathedral, Palazzo Vecchio, and the delightful distant hills. Both rooms have sliding doors so are perfect for families.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Gallery Hotel Art. However, only an extra cot can be added to a room, there is not the capacity for an extra bed. A babysitter can be arranged if required.
The Library is set up for breakfast every morning and is then rearranged into a sitting area. The Fusion Bar & Restaurant serves cocktails and Asian-inspired fusion food.
The professional concierge service at the hotel will assist, arrange and advise on activities you can partake in during your stay at Gallery Hotel Art. You can explore the wonders of Florence with its abundance of art galleries, fashion boutiques, treasure filled churches and endless eateries. A great way to see Florence is to go on a cycling tour, you can see much more of it in a shorter space of time.
Location & Directions
Gallery Hotel Art is perfectly located north of the River Amo, just off the Ponte Vecchio and easy walking distance from all of Florence's most famous sights.
When to go
Florence is an exciting place to visit at any time of the year, and most attractions are open all year round. The best time to visit Florence is in May, early June, late September and October. Days during those months are usually warm, and quite long. July and August are hot and humid with many tourists. Since most Italians leave their hot cities in the summer, many restaurants are closed in Florence.
Winter can get cold, particularly January but it is quiet. Temperatures are more favourable in the spring and autumn months.