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I traveled to Florence with a friend ( we are women in our early 30s) and booked this hotel based on TripAdvisor reviewed. We were very pleased with our stay. The family that runs the hotel is incredibly helpful and hospitable, and even made great...More
When I made our reservation (about a month and a half before we left), I requested a quiet room, and we got one, upstairs away from everyone else. The room was clean and comfortable. Roseanna and Sabina were extremely accommodating. At that time, I also...More
We booked this hotel after reading the favourable reviews on Tripadvisor and were pleased with the choice. The hotel is very clean. The room was very large and as I was traveling with my three month old son we requested a cot which was set...More
Stayed for two nights in September 2010, could'nt ask for more. Owner and staff very welcoming, we had a lovely spacious room with very large bathroom. The hotel is very clean. Fantastic location for sightseeing. Don't be put off by the stairwell it looked a...More
Clean but very simple accomodations with nice family running it.
Bathroom was super small. Stall shower with curtain etc. Tiny window.
Wall A/C unit with remote control was cold. Suggest using auto fan setting and setting a temp or room will become freezing.
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.
there is no Uber option in Florence. Walking from santa Maria novella train station is about 12 minutes. Out of the station you need to go right, straight on to the Duomo ( the main cathedral), before it , on you... More
there is no Uber option in Florence. Walking from santa Maria novella train station is about 12 minutes. Out of the station you need to go right, straight on to the Duomo ( the main cathedral), before it , on you left ,there is a large street called Via Martelli, wich after the fisrt part becomes Via cavour, where we are. Keep walking until n.21 blue, where Leonardo da Vinci Museum is . On the second floor is the hotel. Otherwise a taxi will cost 15 euro more or less.Kind regards,