Hotel Croce di Malta is located only a few steps from both the Arno River and the Santa Maria Novella railway station. The church of the same name makes up one of the corners of an ideal triangle of works of art linking Piazza Santa Maria Novella, the Ponte Vecchio and Piazza Duomo, all of which only a few minutes' walk away. Book Now
From here the eyes take in an evocative, sweeping 360-degree vista comprising of the elegant, sophisticated shape of the Duomo against the backdrop of Florentine hills, the red cupola by Brunelleschi, the whiteness of the marble embellished with green of the glorious Santa Maria Novella façade and its soaring Romanic-Gothic bell tower.
At sunset this wondrous view lights up with all the nuances of red, yellow and gold springing forth from rooftops and building façades.
98 rooms all with air conditioning, Fast, Free Wi-Fi, satellite flat-screen TV with English speaking channels and movies. Private bathroom with complimentary bathroom accessories and vanity kit. Some rooms overlook the garden courtyard/ swimming pool. Buffet breakfast is included and is served daily until 10:00 am.
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All hotel guests who book directly may enjoy a 20% discount in our own restaurant next door to the hotel. Serving traditional Tuscan and Italian dishes a lot of the produce and wine is supplied from our very own farm and vinery!
The three conference rooms are comfortable and unique due to the design and decorations...
The hotel encloses a lovely inner garden with swimming pool, a small jewel rarely found in Florence's centre. Enjoy tranquillity and relax among magnolias and wisterias, sunbathe or take a refreshing dip in the pool. From the last floor you can reach the spacious panoramic terrace, yet another one of the hotel's enviable assets with a bar available for cocktails on sunny days.
The hotel is located in what up until the mid 1800's was the old Suore della Carità (Sisters of Charity) convent, which offered hospitality to Florence's "poor, virtuous maidens". The convent was built on a pre-existing building from Roman times. Marble sculptures and reliefs date back from this period, as well as a splendid column decorated with an Ionic capital that can still be admired today in various areas of the hotel. Its structure is a harmonious fusion of Tuscan renaissance forms and contemporary architectural design.