The lobby is medium in size and furnished in a traditional and elegant style. It is decorated in cream colour, it is welcoming and very comfortable.
The hotel is an elegant Italian palazzo.
The hotel offers non-smoking single, double and triple rooms, all of which are large and comfortable to meet the needs of families. The essential and elegant furniture, in soft colours, is enhanced by the floors made of excellent quality material. Parquet and multi-coloured ceramics add a warm, cozy feeling to the rooms. Each accommodation is soundproofed and equipped with modern comforts to ensure guests a pleasant and relaxing stay. All rooms feature a private bathroom with hairdryer, air-conditioning and heating, direct dial telephone, satellite TV and electronic mini safe. Several rooms have a writing desk and some also have a private balcony.
The breakfast room respects the pleasant style of the hotel. It is spacious and bright.
Just steps from the church of Santa Maria Novella, near the Fortezza da Basso, the Duomo and all the most famous sights of Florence, the Palazzo Vecchio hotel is housed in an early-20th century building with top quality services and comforts. The property enjoys a very convenient position in the heart of the city, near the trade show and convention grounds, as well as the major historic and artistic attractions. In large spaces of essential elegance, the hotel offers authentic Tuscan hospitality, a combination of tradition and modernity. At the centre of the so-called trade show and convention district of Florence, the hotel is located opposite Palazzo degli Affari, a short walk from Palazzo dei Congressi and the Fortezza da Basso, home to the most prestigious trade shows of the city. The property also lies in the immediate vicinity of the church of San Lorenzo, with its Cappelle Medicee, only two hundred metres from Santa Maria Novella, the lovely Gothic church with a multi-shaded marble facade. From here you can reach Santa Maria del Fiore and the Duomo, with its famous dome by Brunelleschi, milestone of the Italian Renaissance.