Your charming home away from home, a stone throw away from Ponte Vecchio.
Hotel Lungarno is elegantly located along the ‘Oltrarno’ bank of the Arno River, with an unparalleled view of the Ponte Vecchio and a nautical river boat feeling floating on the water. This luxury hotel is owned by the Salvatore Ferragamo family, whose intentions were to transmit the timeless elegance of the fashion house, and convey the same dedication to a brand today synonym of quality, designed and created with care, personalized and 100% creative. A unique formula combining a superb location, extensive art collection including Picasso and Cocteau, and none other than a gourmet dining experience at the Michelin star Borgo San Jacopo restaurant, with innovative cuisine by Chef Peter Brunel.
- Upgrade to the next room category on arrival, subject to availability
- Daily breakfast served in breakfast room
- Complimentary one-way private transfer to Florence airport or train station
- Complimentary WiFi
- 12 Noon early check-in, subject to availability
- 4 PM late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary entrance to Salvatore Ferragamo Museum
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White Iris Spa at sister hotel, Continentale - http://www.lungarnocollection.com/en/the-collection/florence/hotel-continentale/white-iris-beauty-spa
Accessible all year round
Food and Drink
Tuscan culture, Florentine refinement, openness to the world are fundamental values, especially in the kitchen. For this Lungarno Collection in Florence conquers its guests with the most authentic flavors of Tuscan, Italian and Fusion cuisine.
Borgo San Jacopo
Looking out over the River Arno, Ristorante Borgo San Jacopo (1 Michelin star) offers guests the ultimate fine dining experience with unforgettable views of the Ponte Vecchio. Our chef Claudio Mengoni brings his philosophy of true, authentic cooking with ingredients which stand out for their uncompromising creativity and rigour. He melds together flavours, colours and forms to create memorable dishes with a distinctive taste.
Contemporary Italian café that boasts a truly privileged position, with a front row view of the Ponte Vecchio, which can be appreciated even more so from the tables along the external dehor.
The interior style is that of the 1950s, vintage-style furnishings interpreted with contemporary flair. Externally it’s the view that reigns supreme.
The menu offers a double soul to satisfy lovers of tradition, as well as those looking for international flavors. A selection of exquisitely Italian dishes is in fact flanked by Fusion style proposals. All signed by our talented Chef.
The Fusion Bar & Restaurant
Specializing in Nikkei, Sushi and Cocktails. Fusion cuisine introduces you to a world of unusual combinations and spicy flavors: have fun discovering the new menu from our Chef and ask our mixologists to create your own bespoke cocktail.
The ambiance at Fusion Bar & Restaurant is upbeat and buzzing – ideal for an evening with friends and a chance to savor the international atmosphere, right in the heart of Florence.
See and be seen at the magnificent “La Terrazza” Bar in Florence, a cocktail bar at the top floor of the medieval Consorti tower of the fashionable Hotel Continentale.
The ultimate location in Florence to meet for a cocktail surrounded by the most impeccable views of the Arno, Brunelleschi’s Dome, San Miniato, Palazzo Vecchio and Forte Belvedere.
Picteau Bistrot & Bar
The cocktail bar menu signed by the talented young bartenders Marco Colonnelli and Vincenzo Civita, joins the Bistro menu with signature dishes by the Michelin starred Claudio Mengoni, offering tasty Mediterranean cuisine.
Few tables available with reservations required to enjoy a unique front row view of the Ponte Vecchio and the Arno river, to be admired just as if you were cruising on a boat.
If for the tables outside the view is incredible, those inside are no different, surrounded by a collection of 20st century art work.
Pablo Picasso welcomes guests and stands out on the fireplace…while his friend Jean Cocteau finds space at the entrance with a wonderful selection of 4 pieces of work. Last but not least Sironi, Rosai and Marino Marini.