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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel David Florence
Family friendly hotel.
A great little hotel, with friendly, helpful staff and a large comfortable family room (shower only). We would stay there again.
Nice, quaint, hotel
We stayed at Hotel David Oct 2002 and we loved our stay there. It is a small hotel, almost has a B &B feel to it. The two gentlemen that worked there, one in the morning, one in the evening, were very helpful and friendly. We were greeted every morning and every evening as we came in from a long day of siteseeing. We had a quad room and it was perfect in size. There are not many rooms in the hotel and each room has it's own unique sense of decor. I would definitely stay there again.
Extraordinarily helpful staff
We LOVED this hotel. Perhaps a 20 minute walk from the major tourist sites, but for us that was a plus, as the neighborhood was relatively quiet and on a beautiful, tree-lined street. Local bus service is just a few steps from the hotel when the walk becomes tiresome.
Rooms were beautifully appointed and quite large by European standards, with air conditioning that WORKED (no small consideration this summer).
We were traveling by car, and the hotel has on-site parking, which made it easier for us to take our excursions into the surrounding area.
Most important, the staff was unfailingly polite, helpful and genuinely eager to go the extra mile for guests. The rates were also quite reasonable. I would and will stay at this hotel again.
Nice little hotel
Hotel David is a pleasant, small hotel located close to the historical center of town. The rooms are attractive and the staff is most helpful. It is in a quiet location with room to park your car.
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We trekked across town to the Galleria dell’Accademia. Reservations kindly made by Alba helped us avoid a rather long queue to enter. A number of pieces here caught our attention (such as the Prisoners sculptures), but it is David that brings people here. It’s also ...