Dei Mori Bed and Breakfast

Address: Via Dante Alighieri 12, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Museo Nazionale del Bargello (Bargello Museum), Casa di Dante, I Bike Florence, and Palazzo Gondi.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Dei Mori Bed and Breakfast Florence

    Loved Dei Mori


    My husband and i spent two night at Dei Mori last october 2004. We tried to get a 3rd night, but they were sold out. The place was superb. The location was excellent. The rooms were immaculate and very comfortable. The bathroom was very big and clean. The decor was beautiful. Truely loved it and would definately stay here again. Most certainly recommend it.

    Wonderful Find


    Based on previous recomendations my wife and I stayed at Dei Mori while in Florence from Feb. 24-27. What a wonderful place to stay. The staff were all very helpful and friendly and offered excellent suggestions for sight seeing and dining. The rooms were clean and had enough room for us both. The location was perfect, only a 3 minute walk to the Ufizzi and Ponte Vecchio. I would stay at Dei Mori again without hesitation.

    Very friendly


    Hotel was in a superb location, very nicely decorated, well maintained and extremely friendly would definately stay there again.

    Excellent welcome at Dei Mori......


    Just returned from a 5 day stay in Dei Mori guesthouse, Florence, which I can highly recommend. The guesthouse is extremely central, small (5 rooms) but very welcoming. One of the owners, Peter, is a friend, but I can hand on heart say that if I'd found Dei Mori myself I would have been more than happy staying here. Florence is a beautiful city, which deserves much longer than we could give it - a perfect excuse to return in the not too distant future!! Make sure you visit Florence soon.....

    A Nice Little B&B


    Dei Mori was a great, affordable B&B, especially for it's stellar location right in the heart of Florence. The room was very simple but very clean and the in-room bathroom was miniscule, but the staff was exceedingly kind and helpful. The breakfasts were simple and provided only basic sustinance (they never changed over our entire 4-night stay). Be careful if you're a light sleeper -- the walls are paper-thin so you can hear every new visitor's whisper and every neighbor's sneeze. Definitely bring earplugs. Oh, and be prepared to hike up 3 flights of stairs to get to the hotel -- if you've got lots of heavy luggage, you have been warned! All said, though, Dei Mori was a good experience and I would recommend it.

    Dei Mori - Wonderful Find!


    I stumbled across the Dei Mori here and on Fodor's discussion groups. This was my favorite location while in Italy (we visited Rome, Verona, and Milan in March 2004.) It was by far the best value for my dollar and the most enjoyable experience.

    Suzanne, our host, is an American who has lived in Italy for 7 years and was amazingly helpful (the owners were on vacation). She recommended great "off the beaten path" places to shop and wonderful restaurants.

    The lack of elevator, size of room, and breakfast are typical for Italian hotels - nothing to write home about. BUT - the location is superb, the decor is charming, and Suzanne made us feel like we were totally at home. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone heading to Florence. The only negative I can really mention is that our hairdryer blew the fuse in our room on the high setting so we had frizzy hair.

    Dei Mori is a wonderful, charming bed and breakfast I would absolutely stay at again on my next visit to Florence!

    The best bed and breakfast


    We stayed here recently with our children. The bed and breakfast is small, friendly and very comfortable. There was no traffic noise at all and the owner and the manager were both incredibly helpful and informative about Florence. Dei Mori is in the very best location - right between the Uffizi and the Duomo in the street where Dante lived.

    We will be back and are now recommending it to all of our friends.

    A Must!


    Centrally located to Florence's sights, this is a must-stay property!

    The staff is quite helpful, and Susanna is right on the money when it comes to recommending great (and I mean GREAT!) restaurants within walking distance.

    We felt very much at home despite it being our first visit to Italy!

    Dei Mori is definitely on our list as the place to stay on our next visit to Florence!


    The bells of the Duomo were our alarm clock...


    ..what a wonderful way to start the day in Florence. Dei Mori was a perfect place to stay! It was within walking distance to everything - minutes away from the Duomo. Our room shared a beautiful, large, clean bath with several other rooms, but we never had to wait. The staff was friendly and helpful. If I can return to Florence soon, I'd head directly to this bed and breakfast first.

    A gem in the heart of Florence


    I've stayed here numerous times, and in recent years they've added an extra wing. Superbly situated, gay friendly Dei Mori is owned and run by Daniele, with the help of Franco, Peter and Pepo the dog. Rooms are clean and reasonably sized. However, as with all centrally situated hotels, some rooms which overlook the street can be noisy beacuse of scooters. Top Italy tip - take earplugs! Breakfast of croissants and coffee served in the lounge. Great value accomodation, highly recommended.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Dei Mori Bed and Breakfast Florence

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