A stay in our charming 3 star hotel in Florence is an opportunity to enjoy all of the modern and eco-friendly facilities, a farm-to-table food experience, along with an exciting combination of history and contemporary art from the private collection of the hotel’s owners, Luisa and Alessandro Bargiacchi, a joy for all beauty lovers! Thanks to their friendliness, our staff will give you the sensation of feeling at home in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, also providing advice and assistance during your stay.Gallery
Meet the staff of our hotel Il guelfo Bianco and discover why this is no ordinary job, but a vocation that we have been pursuing for 25 years in order to offer hospitality and a cozy atmosphere at our charming hotel in Florence.
Sporting events in Florence for those who want to keep in shape even during their holidays. Follow some advices by our hotel manager Antonella, a runner for passion and a runner at work!
Learn more about our typical genuine Italian breakfast: a food miles buffet that offers all the taste and flavours of our country.
Meet the team of the Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco and learn more about past, present and future of our hotel and team.
The front desk of our hotel is the frontline, the place where we meet you. Discover who we are and what we can do for you!
An open door philosophy into an exclusive yet absolutely informal environment offering a real farm-to-table experience in Florence.
Discover the collection of contemporary art that welcomes guests in our Art Hotel in Florence.
Another amazing contemporary art masterpiece that every one can admire at our hotel: “Il Contenzioso”’ by the valuable artist Ranaldi.
A story that every art lover will enjoy: Silvio Loffredo, a post-expressionist artist, part of Il Guelfo Bianco art collection.
Il Guelfo Bianco of Florence now has a new, precious work of art: Superficie Lunare: a contemporary art jewelry by Giulio Turcato.
As soon as you walk inside the hotel you will notice a very peculiar painting on canvas: the man in his pyjamas by Aldo Mondino.