ATLANTIC PALACE, FLORENCE

Hotel Atlantic Palace, 4-star hotel in Florence in the heart of the city, the ideal place to spend a relaxing holiday or a profitable business stay in a refined environment, rich in history and tradition, which, at the same time, offers all the comforts .

The common areas and the rooms are particularly welcoming: the Florentine style furnishings – with terracotta floors and ceilings with original beams give the emotion of an environment with attention to detail and capable of satisfying every need.

This 4-star hotel in Florence is a symbol that represents the mission of the entire APM Hotels group: the continuous search for innovative solutions and services; respect for traditions and art, attention to details and a constant and daily commitment to anticipate and exceed the expectations of our customers.

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HOW TO REACH

The closest airport to the city of Florence lies just 8.5 km from the centre of the city towards the north-west. The Florence Airport, Peretola is a regional airport meant to serve the city of Florence and the surrounding areas, and it is the second busiest Airport in the Tuscany region after the Pisa International Airport. This airport is serviced by many European carriers which have regular and special seasonal flights operating to and from this airport. Some of the carriers are Air France, Air Moldova, Air Berlin, Alitalia, British Airways, Austrian Airlines, etc. Some of the destinations they conduct flights to are Rome, Vienna, Brussels, Munich, London, Bucharest, Madrid, Geneva, and Zurich among many others. 

Railways are possibly the best way to get to Florence from all other towns in Italy as well as other European cities. Trenitalia is the company that runs intercity services from Milan, Venice, and Rome. The chief railway station is the Firenze Santa Maria Novella station and is also the main boarding and de-boarding point for the city of Florence.

Florence has fairly good bus connectivity with both coach and regular buses operating within Italy, even though people tend to prefer trains over buses. There are regular bus services to Florence from surrounding cities such as Milan, Rome, Venice, and Bologna. Some of the local companies that operate on this route are Eurolines, Flixbus along with companies within Florence such as Sitabus, FS Bus Italia, and Kautra among many others. A few operators also run buses from the neighbouring parts of Europe, such as Zurich in Switzerland and Munich in Germany. 

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