Italiana Hotels Florence

Address: Viale Europa 205, Florence, Tuscany, 50126, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Tuscany Bike Tours, I Bike Tuscany, National Enoteca, and Forte di Belvedere.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsItaliana Hotels Florence

      Reviewed by warwicksoption

      A lovely place to swim

      Reviewed Aug 3, 2014
      by (18 reviews) Auckland , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      The Hotel Room is of a good size and was clean. I wasn't impressed with the organisation of the hotel and although the staff were polite, when problems occurred there was no confidence that they would be resolved. IE, no bath plug, No phone working in the room and we required an extra pillow. Minor I know, but necessary. That being said, during our stay we did receive another pillow. Wi-Fi was great and free. The Swimming Pool was excellent and after I had been relieved of my wallet at Pisa by some scumbag, reception allowed me to call Australia free of charge and cancel the credit cards. All in all - I would stay here again and enjoyed my time here. Very nice food is served here.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Italiana Hotels Florence

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Florence

      Day 16 - Firenze

      A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 02, 2014

      16 photos

      Hi all,

      At 8.45am after another great breakfast we left Rome for Firenze, which is on the outskirts of Florence. The drive north was interesting and the structural engineering of the roads and bridges over scores of kilometers is intriguing for a country that are reputed not to have a great amount of money. I am in favour of it. The …

      Day 17 - Firenze

      A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 03, 2014

      15 photos

      Hi all,
      After a lovely breakfast at 8.30am, we left for the Florence Town Centre by coach. Weather was fine and temperature prospects were for very hot.

      On arrival we went into a Big Brand Leather Shop and we were shown how they plied their trade. This shop is a first class shop with high quality leather goods and they had an excellent …


      A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 26, 2013

      28 photos

      ... last day in Tuscany! Today was the day we got out of Florence to see neighboring towns of Pisa, San Germingo and Sienna. As we made it to the bus we waited for half an hour for 4 people. One of the tourists was started to lose their **** and complaining about waiting and demanding that we leave. They rocked up just in time before the mutiny! The tour guide started off with saying, “sorry were late, its not my fault”. That started the late comers off shouting out it ...

      Birthday weekend in beautiful Firenze/Florence

      A travel blog entry by sally123 on Nov 29, 2012

      4 comments, 44 photos

      ... flags. The game was fun to watch in the 1st half but the 2nd half was very nail biting and we just managed to hang on for a very close win, so I kept my green and gold on the next day! Of course, we were surrounded by Italian fans all shouting and cheering and swearing apparently when their team gave penalties away. It was great fun and a new experience for me!

      Sunday loomed and and what did I find? The Firenze 2012 ...

      'Fair Firenze' - Florence

      A travel blog entry by faffanddanltd on Apr 24, 2012

      2 comments, 80 photos

      ... of many) because the Siena emblem is the she-wolf, based on the Roman myth about Romulus and Remus suckling on the she-wolf. Romulus founded Rome, and one of Remus' sons Senius founded Siena, they say :P We were also shown the oldest archway and the oldest street, which used to be used for stables, and still has one stable on it for the Palio horse for that contrada. We were shown the Siena Duomo, which is a beautiful cathedral :) It doesn't have tile mosaics, but it has ...