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Hotel Florence was our first experience of Italian hotel hospitality. We chose it based on reviews on Trip Advisor and it lived up to all expectations; it really was fantastic. The staff were all friendly and helpful, particularly the staff on at breakfast. Speaking of...More
NO problems we took room 54 on the top floor. no balcony but you do not need one, the french doors ( 2 sets) open up, your entire room feels like a balcony and most important air conditioning. you will need it. not all rooms...More
This is a Hotel that you remember. Location great, right on the water, 50 yards from Ferry dock. Front desk was friendly and helpful, ie. parking, sightseeing etc. My room was a side room with a view. It was very nicely decorated. The owner was...More
This was our first trip to Italy as an anniversay celebration. Went to Rome, Florence, Venice and then on Bellagio and the Hotel Florence. This was our favorite part of the trip. It was a romantic and scenic end our trip and was made especially...More
People had been telling us for years, "When you go to Italy, you must go to the Lake Como region!" We finally had the opportunity, and decided to stay in Bellagio, and on others' advice, specifically at the Hotel Florence. What a wonderful experience!! Not...More
Response from WallysMissus | Reviewed this property |
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como... More
Both are quite different. Bellagio is about an hour on a very windy road (although you might be better off to catch the ferry). Cernobbio (we have stayed there too) is probably better described as part of greater Como. When we stayed there we caught the ferry to Como and walked back to our hotel there (Regina St Olga). Bellagio has a certain charm that Cernobbio doesn't have. I've probably confused you - sorry. Stay at both!!!