Hotel Palazzo Ognissanti is located in an important 19th century building in the historical city center of Florence, on the corner of Borgo Ognissanti and Via Maso Finiguerra. Just minutes away from the Santa Maria Novella train station, from the main city monuments and the Exposition and Conference Center. Nearby there are some of the cities' finest restaurants and typical florentine "trattorias", all within walking distance.
The rooms are furnished simply and functionally. WiFi internet connection is free of charge. The Hotel has special agreements with various garages in its surroundings.
Hotel Palazzo Ognissanti is located in the very heart of the historical centre of Florence just a few steps away from the train station and from the city's major tourist attractions, from the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella to the Uffizi Gallery, the Duomo and the Old Bridge. The exposition centre at the Fortezza da Basso and Palazzo dei Congressi are also nearby.
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How to reach us
From Amerigo Vespucci/Peretola Airport (approx. 7 km)
- By taxi or car (15 minutes)
- By bus (Airport Shuttle: every 30 minutes)
From Santa Maria Novella S.M.N. train station (approxi. 300 mt)
- On foot (3 minutes)
From the Autostrada:
Firenze Nord Exit (approx. 5 km to hotel)
Firenze Scandicci Exit (approx. 5 km to hotel)
Firenze Impruneta Exit (approx. 9 km to hotel)
GPS coordinates Latitude 43,773697 - Longitude 11,245301 allows access to Via dell'Albero and Via Melegnano without entering the ZTL limited traffic zone which is off limits to private auto traffic.
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