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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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 …
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... dress up, and walk to Saint Mark's Anglican Church, near the Ponte Vecchio. I think the description of it having a Pre-Raphaelite interior is drawing a bit of a long bow; it looks fairly standard Italian Renaissance to me, having been converted from an old palazzo by a splinter group of the original English Anglican community in the city. What we're here to see, along with other tourists dressed as diversely as the Venice audience and what ...
... of the students don't understand though likely for different reasons. China tries to explain and when she talks, she always jabs her right index finger pointedly into the open palm of her left hand as a kind of mnemonic metronome that somehow reminds her of the words she seeks to express. The harder she searches for the right words the faster and deeper the jabs to her hand become. I can physically feel pains of sympathy in my own left palm listening to her struggle.
... it was HUGE... we would have been waiting at least 2 hours to get in.. and as much as I like art.. I wasn't in any mood to spend what short time I had in Florence standing in a queue with a million other tourists!
Instead we walked to the Basilica of Santa Croce where the tombs of Michaelangelo and Gallileo can be found. It was pretty beautiful, however they were working on the main altar so there was heaps of scaffolding up and the noise of ...