We stayed for six nights on a sightseeing holiday, and this hotel was just right. The building is old and a little faded in places but this adds to its charm, and standards of cleanliness were high. Staff were helpful and friendly. There is a downstairs bar with plenty of comfortable seating, and an amazing rooftop bar with views over the city. Our room was on the small side, but the bathroom was large, and since we were out all day this was not a problem. The buffet breakfast had a wide range of food. All in all, highly recommended.
Chris1601 from Cheshire
Occupying the baroque Palazzo Gaddi, this opulent hotel is one block from San Lorenzo Church and three blocks from Il Duomo …More