Ville sull'Arno Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Ville sull'Arno Hotel Florence
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... to La Cervosa for dinner. Spectacular night singing, dancing and drinking with a great group of people. So much fun. Tried Osso Bucco, yum, Katelyn had a Florentine steak that took up the size of her plate. Was a lot of laughs and a man we dubbed "Mr Bean" was hilarious he grabbed a big breasted woman to dance with him and kept laying his head on her breasts then another he rubbed ...
... taking us the wrong way so when the meter got up to €10 we bailed and got out of the taxi. We were in Florence somewhere and had no idea where the bar was to get back. We started walking and popping into bars asking for directions. It was actually fun because we were in a different country coming across tourist attractions accidentally. We finally made it back to the bar and I went to the bathroom to find another girl from my tour on the floor. I couldn't just leave ...
... all wonderful. Unfortunately it was served with two large prawns that were very undercooked on both of our plates but that was the only flaw in an otherwise great meal. We had it all with a Bruno Giacosa 2005 Barbaresco, which went wonderfully with everything.
Every time we’ve come to Florence since 2006 Mary has gone to the Santa Maria Novella Farmacia to stock up on some of her favorite soaps, lotions and honey and this trip ...
... see in our short timeframe. After our room was ready we quickly changed and started to head out the door. Before we could leave however, Marco called us over to ask us a few things about Australia. Luckily we stopped to chat because while we were chatting it started pouring down with rain. We went back to the room and grabbed our rain jackets and umbrellas and finally we were on our way! While the rain wasn't too bad to begin with, as we got ...
... 4 wait staff to about 30 tables. We mixed it up with the wine tonight and went for a nice local chianti. At a nearby table a woman had a dog with her. In France we got almost used to seeing little dogs laying under tables and chairs, always restrained. But this dog was big, like the size of a greyhound, and the woman just let it wander around to other tables which was a bit gross and rude to me. Thankfully I had finished my meal when ...