Hotel Semifonte

Address: Via Pisana 1, Barberino Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 50021, Italy | 4 star hotel
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Minbar in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Conference facilities
          • Room service
          • Concierge desk

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Semifonte Barberino Val d'Elsa

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Barberino Val d'Elsa

          The beautiful city of gelato

          A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Sep 27, 2014

          10 photos

          ... several camera men, sky TV and a lot of security. It was closed off. Apparently there was a wedding happening and something to do with the prime minister. Rubbish. On our way back downhill we popped into a small panini shop - more of a hole in the wall! A panini is a sandwich. The couple running the shop were friendly and gave me bits of cheese to taste before deciding which one to have! In the end we got a pesto, grilled aubergine and pecorino cheese 'panini' in ...

          Statue David?

          A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 16, 2014

          5 photos

          ... adopted the Italian method of walking across roads as they don't stop at pedestrian crossings. We don't look or hesitate, we just walk straight out and if anyone toots, we just wave and carry can't show any fear.

          We headed back to pick up the washing and back to the hotel for an early night. Neither one of us has been sleeping particularly well so we were shattered. Most mornings we have to get up around 6am so they are long days. ...


          A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 04, 2014

          13 photos

          ... up with the times and now allows non flash photography of its pieces – last time we visited it, we got in trouble for wanting a photo of Venus.

          After perusing the art works for a while, she continued her walk around the city and begun her mission to break a 200 euro note she had managed to get her hands on. After trying quite a few banks and seeking some advice from the guide, she headed to the nearest pub and then proceeded to purchase ...

          Florence: Lucky for Some.

          A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 07, 2014

          23 photos

          ... proper funding to do anything to them. What a waste. If my country had even a fraction of this artistic and cultural wealth you can bet the nation would be taxed exorbitant amounts to make sure something was done about restoring it. And I for one wouldn't be complaining.

          I already knew that Uffuzi housed some Bottecelli's and Micelangelo's, but I didn't realise that it also housed da Vinci's, Caravaggio's, Rembrant's and van Dyck's among many others. One of the ...

          Under the Tuscan Sun: My Personal Renaissance

          A travel blog entry by tknoepke on Nov 11, 2012

          167 photos

          ... relaxing and enjoyable experiences I have had in Italy.

          When we arrived on Friday afternoon, we immediately embarked on a walking tour around the city with a guide. We walked around Piazza della Reppublica, Piazza Vecchio, and to Ponte Vecchio, the only Renaissance period bridge surviving in Florence thanks to the Germans during WWII. The city is truly an open-air art gallery. Ancient Roman statues and works of art stand side by side with ones from ...