JK Place Florence
Florence, Tuscany, Italy
At a Glance
The rooftop terrace at J.K Place creates a peaceful haven to return to after a day exploring the city
Book the Penthouse Suite and enjoy panoramic views from your bathtub overlooking the Cupola of the Duomo
Enjoy Afternoon Tea and a Martini cocktail at the stylish JK Lounge
The hotel sits in an enviable location a stone's throw from the Duomo on one of the most renowned piazzas, Santa Maria Novella
Enjoy some quiet time and indulge in a little reading in the Hotel's fantastic library
Don't forget to visit the market behind the Duomo - lots of lovely bags, belts. There are also some great restaurants right on the river Arno which are great for a special occasion.Scott Dunn team
Couples and honeymooners keen to splash out should choose either the Penthouse for its amazing views or the Master Room for old school charmScott Dunn team
Due to its central location some of the rooms have no view so do bear this in mindScott Dunn team
Piazza di Santa Maria Novella now boasts new paving and dense rose bushes after a refurbishment so the JK terrace is a great place to sip an aperitifScott Dunn team
A must for supper is Il Parione located less than 10 minutes walk from JK Place and keenly (and rightly) recommended by the charming concierges, Carmen and AngelaScott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to JK Place Florence
The twenty rooms at J.K. Place are all uniquely decorated and have a luxurious yet understated feel. They are contemporary in design and feature a scattering of antique pieces reflecting the history, art and culture of Florence.
The suites are magnificently spacious and spread over two floors, with white king size sofa beds in the living area and large bathrooms with a bathtub or shower. The Penthouse suite boasts a panoramic bathtub overlooking the Cupola of the Duomo.
The whole hotel is wonderfully elegant, with a calming ambiance. The breakfast room is located in the old courtyard, stylishly covered in glass, and the Moorish inspired roof top terrace is an ideal place for a relaxing drink after a day immersed in the artistic beauty of Florence.
Savor a delicious Club sandwich, an expertly made Martini cocktail, or a glass of fine wine taken by the black neo-classical fireplace which finds its counterpoint in the fireplace in white marble on the opposite side of the wall in the lobby of J.K. Place.
The intimate restaurant spills onto a terrace outside the hotel that sits on the edge of the piazza; making for excellent people watching. The cuisine is contemporary Italian with a creative twist.The staff is absolutely charming and will go out of their way to ensure you have a fantastic stay.
The J K Place has 20 bedrooms classified as; Classic, Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suites, Suites, Penthouse and Master. All bedrooms have private bathrooms, air-conditioning, satellite LCD TV, DVD/ CD player, telephone, free WiFi, mini-bar and a safe. The Suites feature large luxurious living areas with King size sofa beds. The Penthouse boasts a panoramic bathtub overlooking the Cupola of the Duomo and a private terrace with an outstanding view.
Children are welcome to come and stay at JK Place Florence. However, there are no specific facilities available for children.
J.K Lounge is a charming club where one can stop for a quick luncheon, take tea in the afternoon, or enjoy the decadent pleasures of an aperitif followed by a delightful dinner. J.K Place offers a fantastic library and a roof top terrace.
Location & Directions
Florence, Tuscany, Italy
On Piazza di Santa Maria Novella in the heart of Florence just a few steps from the Renaissance church bearing the same name.
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.