At a Glance
Stunning suites with lots of room and very high end amenities
Incredibly personalized service
Fully equipped kitchenette and bar in every suite
Dine around option at the other Lungarno hotels
Complimentary iPads in every room loaded with the best local information and recommendations
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
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.
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Portrait Firenze is the newest addition to the Ferragamo empire in Florence and adds another dimension to the Lungarno Collection. Portrait Firenze is a new concept for a hotel with a strong focus on incredibly personalized service and exclusive luxury.
Portrait Firenze, modelled on Portrait Roma, its sister property in Rome prides itself on giving you an exceptionally customized service and experience from the moment you book. Designed to feel like a home rather than a hotel, check-in feels more like a warm welcome from your host than a formal process, the suite will be your suite with your chosen newspaper, your choice of pillows and sheets, your favorite food and a suggested itinerary tailored to your interests and requests.
The suites are sleek and beautifully decorated with dark wooden parquet floors, elegant grey walls and enormous super king size beds topped with cashmere rugs, flat screen TVs, and a complimentary iPad loaded with essential local information from restaurants and bars, to shops and the latest exhibitions. The sitting rooms are furnished with opulent velvet sofas (all sofa-beds), a work desk, a compact kitchenette and great city views. The luxurious bathrooms are fully equipped with double sinks, marble showers and baths and Salvatore Ferragamo Tuscan Soul bath products.
The restaurant Caffe dell'Oro has huge windows with fantastic views of the bustling Ponte Vecchio, a warm and relaxed atmosphere and serves delicious yet simple Italian dishes.
If you feel like a change of scenery you can dine around at the other restaurants in the Lungarno hotels - the Asia-inspired Fusion Bar & Restaurant just next door at Gallery Hotel Art, or Borgo San Jacopo, the other side of the river where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Arno.
Portrait Firenze has 36 fabulous suites. The rooms are beautifully designed and have wonderful views of the city and the river. The rooms feature beautiful furniture and artifacts, free internet, satellite television, complimentary iPad, kitchenette, walk-in closet and Salvatore Ferragamo Bath amenities.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at Portrait Firenze. Cots can be provided and the kitchenettes make it very easy to prepare baby food.
Caffe dell'Oro serves wonderful Italian food and has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. It's open from 7:00 until 22:30. Guests can also dine around at the other restaurants in the Lungarno hotels - Borgo San Jacopo at Hotel Lungarno and The Fusion Bar & Restaurant at Gallery Hotel Art.
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.
Sarah Byrne (Staff)
A real gem in the Lungarno Collection, this hotel is super stylish. The rooms are impeccably decorated with no expense spared and in such a way as to look equally charming come winter or summer.
Classic walking tour of Florence
Explore the city's most famous landmarks with your private guide who will be able to bring these well known sights to life. Highlights include Cathedral Square and the iconic Duomo, the Accademia Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio.
Culinary tour of Florence
Discover the wonders of Florentine cuisine as you tour the city with your private guide on this culinary tour. Walk around Florence, visiting famous culinary landmarks and stopping for delicious tasters along the way.
Florence by boat and on foot
Discover Florence from a new perspective - aboard a Florentine gondola cruising along the Arno River. After a walking tour of the city's highlights, sit back and relax on the boat as you watch the sun set over the rooftops of Florence.
Florence scavenger hunt
Explore Florence with an exciting scavenger hunt and discover the secrets behind the city. You'll uncover clues as you travel around the city, learning about Florence's interesting past on the way. Find the treasure and reward yourself with gelato!
Florentine cuisine masterclass
Discover the flavors of Florence with an immersive cooking masterclass. Your chef will teach you the secrets of Tuscan cooking as you learn how to prepare a four-course meal. As a reward for all your hard work tuck in to your delicious creations!
Gelato making workshop
Discover the traditional art of gelato making with a workshop in one of Florence's gelaterias. Get creative as you combine fresh ingredients to make your favorite ice cream, with guidance from the experts!
Palatine Gallery and Boboli Gardens
Explore the official residence of the Medici family, and the impressive collection of art housed within the Palatine Gallery. Discover the works of Raphael, Rubens and Titian before marvelling at the beautiful landscaping of the Boboli Gardens.
Tour of the Uffizi Gallery
Discover some of the most famous artworks and step back into Renaissance Florence; the epicenter of art and culture. Visiting the Uffizi Gallery is a must do, offering a chance to see the beautiful works of Botticelli and Michelangelo.
Location & directions
Portrait Firenze's prized location, north of the River Amo and just off the Ponte Vecchio, puts you at easy walking distance from all of Florence's most famous sights and sounds.