boutique accommodation in florence
Palazzo Porcellino Gallery
About Palazzo Porcellino Gallery
Palazzo Gallery is in the very heart of Florence and has been in the Bianchini family for many generations. This large freestanding historical Palazzo, which
dates back from the 16th century, has been stylishly renovated by present owner Alessandra Bianchini. Her eclectic style has achieved the perfect combination of comfort and design.
Right in the front of the Palazzo, is the famous wild boar statue that attracts visitors from all over the world to rub its nose in exchange for good luck!
The Boutique B&B Porcellino Gallery, which name was inspired by the statue, aims to similarly bring people together in a comfortable and chic environment.
Facing the Piazza di via Pellicceria is the elegant large 4 bedroom apartment, with high ceilings, 17th-century tapestries, and large panoramic balcony.
It has all the comforts and style for the perfect stay in Florence.
The Palazzo Cavalcanti Gallery is 100 meters from the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio. This is in the very heart of the city.
Services at Palazzo Gallery
Make yourself at home using the large living room and balconies at your disposal
Enjoy a glass of organic wine from our vineyard, or ask us for our Chianti wine-tasting programs!
No need to overpack! We can wash anything for you during your stay.
Pop down for a bite at our restaurant 'Osteria Del Porcellino' for lunch or dinner
Freshly cleaned every day
Roam the hotel and stumble upon lots of local and international art (many of which purchasable!)
I stayed for 2 nights and had the lovely Moroccan themed room. It was very comfortable and felt quite luxurious for a bed and breakfast.. Location was perfect a few minutes to Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, Duomo, all the tops sites are easy walking distance. Staff were lovely , I was given lots of information and the attractions marked on a map. Breakfast was nice, pastries, rolls with ham and cream cheese, fruit and yoghurt, orange juice and freshly made coffee. I was traveling solo and felt very safe and welcome here, I would recommend it to everyone and will hopefully return.
- Guest from Scotland
THINGS TO DO
Made by Cosimo I Medici in 1547, the
market was initially built for for silk and gold trade. Today, the market sells authentic Tuscan-made leather bags, wallets and gorgeous silks, literally at the doorstep of Porcellino Gallery.