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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fiorita Florence
On my first stop in Italy I stayed at Hotel Fiorita before heading to my Villa in Sesto and wanted a nicely located hotel. This hotel is located in a building with two other hotels and is located on the third floor, but is well priced and the rooms are sizeable. There is a breakfast included which is really nice. Internet was an extra cost, but was fairly priced with the lowest level package being 3.5 euro per hr. and the highest package being 12 euro for 12 hrs. The hotels is two blocks away from Santa Maria Novella, the main train station. The staff are very friendly and patient with tourists. Good stay overall.
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