Hotel Milù

Rated 9.5 in 547 reviews. 22 rooms.


The hotel was fully renovated in July 2016
The documented story of Milu Hotel begins in the year 1400. The property, as it stands today, was once a private row of residences belonging to numerous aristocratic and bourgeois families of Florentine, such as the Strozzi and Minerbetti families. The current name of the conjoined buildings Palazzo Altoviti-Sangalletti derives from the final bequeathing to an heir of the Altoviti and Sangalletti families. The structure of the modern day building was altered in 1835 by architect and esteemed painter Giovan Battista Silvestri, combining the adjacent Palazzo Uguccioni with Palazzo Altoviti-Sangalleti. From the exterior, the conjoined buildings are identical. Both share symmetrical arched windows, uniform finishing on the façade of the ground floor along with large stone slab work.

Hotel Milù boasts an unbeatable location in the heart of Florence's historical centre and offers beautiful views of the city and the hills from the rooftop terrace. It is only 400 metres from the Uffizi Gallery and Ponte Vecchio.

Set in an elegant, 14th-century building, Hotel Milù has a mix of classic design and modern facilities. Your room is spacious and air conditioned, and includes a smart TV, free WiFi, and an Espresso Coffee Machine.

Start your day with a buffet breakfast while catching up on the news with a selection of national and international newspapers available. Guests can enjoy a library and a terrace on site.

Milù's guests can also book massages and a variety of beauty treatments at a partner luxury spa, located just a few steps from the hotel.

Milù Hotel is next to Palazzo Strozzi, host to a number of international exhibitions. You can walk to Santa Maria Novella Station in 10 minutes, while Florence Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral is just 450 metres away.

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near Hotel Milù

  1. Palazzo Strozzi

    Thursday night open late, Strozzina (contemporary section) free from 6-11pm! Great place not just for exhibits but to hang in the courtyard (free wifi), cafe' or bookstore.

    67 m from hotel
    Piazza degli Strozzi

  2. Piazza Santa Trinità

    Ferragamo and Tiffany's on the same square. What more?

    75 m from hotel
    Piazza Santa Trinita

  3. Cinema Teatro Odeon

    This is the main place in town to catch a movie in English. They usually run for just a few days so keep an eye on their schedule which is available online:

    94 m from hotel
    Piazza Strozzi, 1

  4. Salvatore Ferragamo

    The Ferragamo museum combines fashion and art w/ history to make for a great experience

    124 m from hotel
    via de'Tornabuoni 4

  5. Ponte Santa Trinità

    get a bottle of wine and sit on one of the two triangles pointed towards ponte vecchio. a great place to enjoy florence and have a conversation with friends

    199 m from hotel
    Ponte Santa Trinità

  6. Piazza della Repubblica

    Do you know what artist sculpted the (original of the) sculpture of Abundance that stands upon the column in this piazza?

    244 m from hotel
    Piazza della Repubblica

  7. Gelateria Santa Trinita

    Sesamo Nero (Black Sesame) is delicious

    281 m from hotel
    Piazza Frescobaldi 11r

  8. Ponte Vecchio

    The “old bridge” once housed butchers, but the Medici, who had Vasari build his famous corridor above it, complained of the smell and installed goldsmiths here.

    336 m from hotel
    Ponte Vecchio

  9. Piazza Santa Maria Novella

    Wondering about the massive flocks of birds at dusk? They won't stay past late spring but pack yer umbrella til then.

    336 m from hotel
    Piazza Santa Maria Novella

  10. Piazza della Signoria

    Those statues, the PERSEUS, DAVID.... fake or not, these told the story of art and its appreciations. THE REAL ITALIANO. Viva!

    367 m from hotel
    Piazza della Signoria

  11. Piazza del Duomo

    Stunning Duomo.

    412 m from hotel
    Piazza del Duomo

  12. Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore

    The first stone of the Duomo’s facade was laid on September 8, 1296 but the decoration you see here dates to 1871-87! For something older, turn around: the Baptistry is 11th century ;-)

    438 m from hotel
    Piazza del Duomo