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One of Tuscany's loveliest urban hotels, this bijou eight-room address with marble staircase, antique furniture, tapestries and individually designed rooms named after composers is irresistible...
Occupying a Renaissance-era palazzo located in a quiet but convenient corner of the city, this extremely friendly hotel offers rooms with frescoed ceilings, huge beds and small but well-equipped bathrooms...
Should you find yourself totally smitten with Pietrasanta and unable to leave, this chic 17th-century palazzo – a perfect fusion of old and new – is among Tuscany's loveliest boutique town hotels...
Palazzo Guadagni Hotel
Plump above Florence's liveliest summertime square, this hotel, with impossibly romantic loggia, is legendary – Zefferelli shot scenes from Tea with Mussolini here...
Piccolo Hotel Puccini
Snug around the corner from the great man himself (or at least a bronze copy of him) and the house where he was born is this efficiently run, intimate address...
Wedged between Prada and McQueen, this is a splendid mix of old-fashioned charm and value for money...
This little gem of a hotel, tucked on a quiet street just off the Piazza di Santa Croce, offers great value, especially if you share one of the mini-suites, which includes a small kitchen...
Functioning continuously since 1870, this hotel has a pleasant, spacious breakfast room and attractive, though somewhat dark, bedrooms. It has a popular restaurant (meals €20) where you’ll be dodging elbows to find a seat among the locals.
Albergo Cannon D'oro
Basic but perfectly acceptable rooms at keen prices are the draw here. Don't be deterred by the golden cannon (the very one that gave the place its name) trained upon you as you face the otherwise amicable reception desk...
Morandi Alla Crocetta
This medieval convent-turned-hotel away from the madding crowd in San Marco is a stunner. Rooms are refined, tasteful and full of authentic period furnishings and paintings...
Loggiato Dei Serviti
A jewel of Renaissance architecture, this former monastery now serves as a very cushy boutique inn - vows of poverty no longer required...
Flower-power carpets scream 1960s at this venerable old inn, set aplomb a lovely people-busy, tree-lined, carousel-pierced square...
Hotel Gran Duca
Embedded in the little that survives of Livorno's 16th-century city walls, this hotel with dusty pink facade across from the fishing docks is unique. Its 60 rooms are classic with regal-coloured fabrics; some rooms also have fortress views...
This small, elegant five-star affair is strategically located for those who want to be near the centre of town while remaining free of its congested tangle of streets...
Hotel Santa Maria Novella
The bland exterior of this excellent four-star choice gives no hint of the spacious and elegant rooms within...
This pair of 15th-century palaces is linked on the 2nd floor by a glass walkway. Three-star rooms sport high ceilings, and window pelmets and bed-heads are adorned with rich, embroidered drapes. The painted ceiling in the breakfast room is breathtaking.
Albergo Il Borghetto
It may look like every other 15th-century building on this street but once inside, this place is a gem, packed with antiques - including Napoleonic-era beds. There's even a tunnel, leading to the house across the street...
In the heart of the market quarter of town, it is hard to spot the entrance for want of open-air stalls and general market to-ing and fro-ing at this very central joint...
Relais Il Chiostro Di Pienza
Come here to wallow in luxury - and history; it occupies the former convent and cloister of the adjacent Chiesa di San Francesco. The décor is refreshingly unfussy and the manicured gardens have views and definite romantic appeal...
Relais Santa Croce By Baglioni Hotels
Florence's newest five-star crib occupies a palazzo built in the 17th-century as a gift from the Pope to his beloved finance minister. Apparently he kept the Holy Father in the black, because this place is at once elegant and truly grand...
Borghese Palace Art Hotel
A key address for art lovers, this stylish ode to design with a glass-topped courtyard and sculptures looming large in the reception showcases original works of art from the 18th century to present day...
Park Palace Hotel
You wanted rooms with a view? All 26 of them have one here. Spacious and simplistically furnished, with an old-world comfort, the lodgings' best quality is the choice of views, often surprisingly bucolic...