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.
At a Glance
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 restaurant, Borgo San Jacopo is frequented by guests and locals alike serving up delicious Tuscan and 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
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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.
Arguably the most stylish riverside restaurant in the whole of Florence, Hotel Lungarno's Ristorante Borgo San Jacopo serves delectable Tuscan and Italian cuisine and wines to match. For a little after-dinner indulgence, head to the Lounge Bar Picteau and its irresistible assortment of artisan chocolates, freshly-ground coffee and... champagne!
Hotel Lungarno has 59 fabulous guest rooms and 14 luxury suites. The rooms are individually decorated with different color schemes and have wonderful views of the city and the river. The rooms feature beautiful furniture and artifacts, free internet, satellite television and Salvatore Ferragamo Bath amenities.
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These spacious double bed or twin bed rooms measure 21 sqm and offer the most incredible view of the River Arno and Ponte Vecchio
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Situated on the upper floors, only a stone throw away from Ponte Vecchio and the Florence Cathedral, these elegant and spacious rooms offer a double bed or two French beds, a magnificent marble bathroom, historic furniture, and original art pieces of famous Italian artists.
Some rooms offer a delightful terrace, an ideal setting for complete relaxation in the charming Hotel Lungarno. They measure 24 sqm.
With a stunning view onto the famous Oltrarno quarters, these beautiful studios of the luxury Hotel Lungarno offer a sense of liberty and elegance, a world of splendour and warmth.
The one of a kind two-level Tower Studio Suite is situated in the beautiful Marsili Tower, highlighted by barrel vaults in brick, a clay pavement, a beautiful canopied bed, a seating area, and a magnificent marble bathroom.
The Studio measures 37 sqm.
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Private studio with stunning views onto the River Arno and the masterpieces of Florence offering a distinctive feel of the wealth of Renaissance times. These studios measure 35 sqm.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Hotel Lungarno. 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 Borgo San Jacopo Restaurant serves sumptuous lunches and dinners in the heart of Hotel Lungarno. The chef, Beatrice Segoni, uses Tuscan and Italian inspired ingredients to create the most delectable of dishes. The restaurant has a beautiful riverside location, giving you a magical dining experience.
The Lounge Bar Picteau also has charming views of the river. The inviting décor, impressive art collection, exceptional selection of champagnes and liquors and tempting lunch menu make it a great place for any time of the day.
The professional concierge service at the hotel will assist, arrange and advise on activities you can partake in during your stay at Hotel Lungarno. 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
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.
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.