Located just a few steps away from the famous church it is named after, Badia Fiorentina is a cozy bed-and-breakfast. It is also very close to Casa di Dante, Dante’s Church, and Palazzo Vecchio.
Run by the affable Bruno, it offers nice, comfortable rooms equipped with many amenities, such as air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi Internet connection, color TV, a hair dryer, and safety box.
In the morning, Bruno offers a rich continental breakfast that is served in the large living room. In the evening, you can relax by drinking a cup of tea or just reading one of the many available Florence tourist guides.
Prices for a standard double room start from 90 Euros.» View
This renowned, striking four-star hotel is where Robert Langdon sleeps at the end of his Florentine experience in Inferno.
Located in a suggestive small square near Florence Cathedral, its several room and suites offer many luxurious comforts, such as marble bathrooms, deluxe mattresses, elegant bed lines, and huge TVs.
On the roof terrace, which is twenty square meters and has a whirlpool tub, you can enjoy a breathtaking view over Giotto’s Bell Tower, Palazzo Vecchio, and Brunelleschi’s Dome.
Prices for a standard double room start from 300 Euros.» View
Located between the Badia Fiorentina and Santa Croce Church, this small three-star hotel named after the most famous Italian poet is beautiful and comfortable.
It features an elevator, free Wi-Fi Internet connection, and air-conditioning. Family and nonsmoking rooms are available, as well as breakfast, 24-hour front desk, and room and reservation services.
The soundproof rooms offer flat-screen televisions, a minibar, and other amenities.
Prices for a standard double room start from 100 Euros.» View
Pensione La Fiorentina is the imaginary small hotel where Robert Langdon, the main character of Dan Brown’s 2013 novel Inferno, pretends to stay when he talks to Mr. Collins, the American consulate clerk.
As Pensione La Fiorentina does not actually exist, we decided to create a website to recommend other nice accommodations in Florence that are connected with Inferno.
If you are interested in Dan Brown’s novel, find out also FlorenceInferno.com, a companion blog to Dan Brown’s novel. There, you can find also a guided Inferno tour, which follows the footsteps of Robert and Sienna.
Florence Inferno is a blog about the Florentine mysteries, symbols, and places that are mentioned in Dan Brown’s 2013 novel Inferno.
You will find stories and legends about symbols and sites in Florence quoted in Dan Brown’s Inferno, as well as notes about the art and history of Florence and a stunning tour of Florence that you can book and follow in the footsteps of Robert Langdon.