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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Caravaggio Florence
We Stayed at the Carvaggio Hotel from May 20, to May 24, 2004. The room and bathroom were very spacious and clean. Everything worked. The maid service was excelent. We walked to it from the train station towing our baggage. The staff were friendly and helpful. They went out of their way to make you feel welcome. No question went unanswered. Although crowded, we loved Florence. But I'd like to go back just to see Carlo and the rest of the staff. The pizzeria next door was also excelent and a good value. You will not find a better 3 star or 4 star for that matter. The location was easy walking to anywhere.
Scott and Heather DiSalvo, Ft Lauderdale, Florida
FABULOUS HOTEL. Rooms are spacious and clean. Bathroom was huge. Staff great, esp. Carlo at the front desk. Location within walking distance to everything. Would not hesitate to stay here again. Price was unbeatable, should be rated as a 4 star hotel.
Beautiful, comfortable, and a great value
This hotel was beautiful and very reasonably priced. The rooms were spotlessly clean and well-decorated with quality furniture. The concierge was very, very nice and helpful. The breakfast was incredible---there was a choice of about five different cereals, cornettos, rolls, and biscuits. The location was ok---it wasn't too far from the train station, but I almost wish we had stayed a little closer to the breath-taking Duomo. I really can't complain, though---the quality and value of this hotel were great, and it was fun exploring the side streets.
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A glorious sunny day in Florence with temperatures reaching 23, a short sleeved day without umbrellas. Off we went back down the narrow streets during the early morning rush hour to meet our guide Fryda at 8:30 am in front of a copy of Michelangelo's David at the Uffizi Museum. Our guide Freya, a transplanted Aussi is to be …
... umbrella & poncho sellers everywhere, thankfully the rain didn't last too long. We were taken to a leather factory of Perruzzi the majority of us used the toilet and bolted to the market stalls. Next on the agenda was a walking tour of Florence, pointing out the magnificent architectural and artistic treasures of the city. We visited the Piazza Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, past Dante's House, Ponte ...
... risotto and I had fettuccine & salmon. It had become quite chilly which meant pashminas were now the trade of the pedlars who yesterday were offering umbrellas and ponchos!! Of course there were also the ones with flying neon blue balls, etc. We both commented that it seemed less chaotic this time in Florence and we put it down to the fact that the centre of Florence is a restricted car area now, so there are really only taxis and a few cars. Of course there are still lots of ...
... back to the hotel we had a hankering for gelati. There was a place across the road so we stopped in there to grab a waffle cone. Upon paying, we realised we had selected cones that were €10 each! We had almost spent more on gelati than dinner! Shock horror! Needless to say, we made sure we savored the taste tonight and made a mental note to check the prices before ordering in the future! Later we discovered that this trap is common for tourists such ...
... we decided to adventure ourselves to the Piazzale Michelangelo. It was quite an uphill walk but the views were worth every step.
We had dinner at Osteria De’Benci on Via De’Benci. This place was recommended to us by a shop owner nearby for there Bistecca. Our steak was nothing like Mario’s but the pasta we had was one of the best we had in Italy, fusilli w/hot peppers, garlic & bacon ...