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The Essentials

  • pool, free wifi, spa area
  • Hotel Type: Romantic, 4 star, Boutique, Quiet, City
  • Hotel size (number of rooms): 37
  • Check-in: 14:00 | Check-out: 12:00

Our Guests say


Nicest hotel we’ve ever stayed in

Immaculately clean. Pleasant staff. Beautiful surroundings. Gorgeous rooms. Breakfast was a banquet! We had a wonderful stay here and would definitely recommend this hotel

Ruth Clark, December 2014


  • Romantic grounds with a spectacular outdoor pool
  • Quiet terrace with picturesque views over the river
  • Really friendly atmosphere

Good to know

  • The shuttle must be booked in advance
  • The hotel has a very secluded location, and is hard to find if you’re not familiar with the area


wheelchair access
wireless LAN


Via Di Villamagna 119
50126 Florence
Tuscany, Italy
river Arno
directly beside water
bathing area by water: grass
1 km (A1)
train station
6 km (Santa Maria Novella)
12 km (Florence Amerigo Vespucci)

Hotel description

If you love anywhere with a bit of history and culture to it, when you arrive at the Molino di Firenze you’ll soon realise you’re in for a treat. The picturesque ensemble of historic mill buildings is a really lovely sight. An outdoor swimming pool with old arched bridge crossing over it shows how this old water mill has been carefully transformed into a modern hotel. Some of the 37 rooms, that each feature an individual, typically Tuscan style, offer breathtaking views across the river and the surrounding countryside. Among the other facilities at the Mulino di Firenze are a small but lovely spa and a restaurant serving Tuscan cuisine. Guests receive a warm welcome and the service throughout your stay is very professional in all areas including cleanliness. The staff are always ready to assist and the service always comes with a smile.
Historic hotel: Old mill with a new lease of life
For a long time, the Mulino di Firenze was just one of many mills that lined the banks of the largest river in Tuscany. Nowadays, though, they’ve become a rarity, which makes a stay here even more special as it’s a rare chance to discover a piece of the region’s history. All of the buildings have a typical shingle roof and warm, pastel colors that come into their own in the evening light that Tuscany is known for. In all of the buildings and even the hotel grounds, you’ll find restored objects and tools dotted about, each one telling their own story of this historic mill. Inside, the dining room has a historic architecture and design: Brick archways, old paintings and antique furniture decorate this bright and airy room.

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