The Acciaiuoli Palace was founded in 1341 by the will of the Grand Seniscalco, Prime Minister and Constable Niccolò Acciaiuoli, who was, at the time, one of the most famous and powerful men in the city. The 600-year history of the Acciaiuioli family, Guelphs who escaped from Brescia in the 12th century.
The Tower, which is the tallest private buidling of Florence, is also one of the few of its kind left in Florence, due to several destructions during the course of time, culminated in a devastating bombing during the World War II.
Its grandeur still towers over the city, in the heart the city, dominating the entirety of its history with a stunning 360 view.
Every single stay at Torre Guelfa is an experience, contained in the 31 rooms inside Palazzo Acciaiuoli. We also recently built other 8 Superior rooms with neo-classical style called Tower & Guelfa Annex.
Most of the rooms are characterized by a four-poster bed and are inside the court, very quiet during day or night.
Spacious and welcoming environments, where the Renaissance taste is combined with the most modern comforts.
Far from the frenzy and in total tranquility, the final magic is the sunset, which with the infinite play of light leads to the silent wonder of the evening, when the city offers itself to the eye like a shining precious jewel.Details
Approaching from the first hours of the day to the breath of the city, feeling its history and its beauty, tastings your Breakfast in the absolute quietness of the Medieval Hall is the best way to prepare your visit to Florence.Details
At the Hotel Torre Guelfa you will find a passion for the culture and tradition of Florence that is matched only by our care for hospitality, with an attentive and personalized service.Discover Services
Florence, cradle of the Renaissance, is a city that has always kept its beauty and charm. Visiting the Tuscan capital is a unique and inimitable experience, a journey through history and its masterpieces.Details
The Acciaiuoli Palace was founded in 1341 by the will of the Grand Seniscalco, Prime Minister and Connestabile Niccolò Acciaiuoli, at the time one of the most illustrious and powerful men in the city.Details
I'll start with saying wow. What an elegant and beautiful hotel. We stayed here for 3 nights in October and it was perfect. It is wonderfully situated. Steps away from Ponte Vecchio and the Arno. Moments away from an incredible amount of shops and restaurants and a beautiful stroll away from major landmarks like Duomo. The hotel itself is like a landmark. It's a beautiful, traditional and quiant building that is immaculately decorated. Very elaborate and classy. We stayed in an annex room, I'd recommend another room as the bathroom was quite small. It was OK though. Breakfast was included and whilst it was a small choice, service and setting were great. The rooftop terrace is breathtaking. Don't hesitate! Stay here and come to Florence!
This lovely hotel was recommended by a friend. The service was fabulous. The breakfast couldn’t be beat. It is a good walk from the bus and train stations but the view from the Torre bar was amazing. It is accessible all day for pictures. We watched the sunrise there.
An ancient tower with two terraces way up a secret stairwell (up, up, up!) with views of Florence and the Duomo. A magnificent breakfast gathering room, a brilliant hotel room with sky high wood ceilings. Location right near all Florence. Minutes to Uffizi and the Arno River. Great breakfast with proud staff. Caring attention. We asked for simple ice and were brought wine glasses and ice bucket. Front desk personnel are business professionals. Teeny t.v. way across the room (unimportant), no coffee in room, remodeled bath is gorgeous. This is our favorite. Don’t tell.