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I chose this hotel because I wanted to be close to SMN Train Station (just 5 minutes walking). With 2 big luggages, it was not a very difficult feat. Breakfast was delicious but repetitive. Rooms were a little bit small. I have to open 1...More
Great clean friendly hotel very close to the main train station and within a 10 -15 minute walk to the middle of town. Only stayed one night on business but I wouldnt hesitate to return with my family for a holiday in Florence in the...More
I am a frequent business visitor to Florence and have stayed in various places around town. This time I was arriving late so needed a budget hotel with 24 hr reception located close to the train station. Hotel Boccaccio fulfilled all of these criteria. I...More
Having worked in tourism for over 40 years, I was in Florence on an Erasmus teaching program with the UNiFi. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the sense of hospitality and service afforded by the hotel especially by Elis, Ronnie and Martina. This hotel is...More
Lovely little hotel just steps from the train station and maybe 10 minutes walk to Il Duomo and the heart of Florence. Nice rooms, great breakfast area. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful (we love desk clerk Elis!).
Santa Maria Novella train station welcomes the majority of the people arriving in Florence, which might explain the hectic pace. Commuters and tourists come across the constant hustle and bustle of the station before exiting, taking a few steps and stopping amazed in Piazza di Santa Maria Novella. It is impossible not to admire the the square, housing one of the most charming basilicas in Florence. The
area has plenty of local spots to taste Tuscan specialties, but don’t stop in the main streets alone; the narrower side streets always ensure satisfaction. The huge Parco Delle Cascine provides a solution to the need for a green area as well as a historic welcome in the form of a bronze statue of King Vittorio Emanuele II riding a horse.