October 26, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel De La Ville in Florence, Italy
Surrounded by stunning Renaissance architecture and haute fashion boutiques, Hotel De La Ville has long been a haven for aristocratic Florentine families, politicians and entertainment figures. Its ambience reflects the cultural legacies of Florence, while its spirit is unadulterated la dolce vita. Whether you are lingering over homemade pastries in the gracious breakfast room, plotting a day trip to San Gimignano with the concierge or simply resting in your elegant bedroom or suite, your stay is an exercise in the fine art of Italian living.
The hotel is located in Piazza Antinori in the historic center of the city, home to the distinguished 17th-century Church of Santi Michele e Gaetano. As you stroll the surrounding area, you will discover age-old artisan workshops that have remained unchanged over the centuries, the wonders of the Duomo and trattorias serving authentic traditional flavors. For special interests, you might ask the hotel to arrange a customized tour, such as an excursion dedicated to food and wine in the Chianti hills.
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Amenities for Hotel De La Ville
- General Information
- 71 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- On-Site Car Rental
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Meeting Room
Reviews for Hotel De La Ville
Located in a beautifully clean and quiet street in a perfect central location and not far from the station this was an excellent hotel for our purpose of seeing Florence on foot. Front desk staff were very helpful, the room of a high standard, breakfast was good, drinks were expensive.
vsteinicke - Melbourne
First and foremost, this was a great location for being able to walk everywhere! We were close enough to walk to Uffizi, Duomo, Central Market, and everything else we hoped to see. In addition, it was close enough to the train station for us to walk there too. The hotel itself was very nicely decorated and seemed to have been updated recently. The breakfast and happy hour were both nicely done. Whenever we needed anything, the staff did there best. A few basic amenities I found to be missing were: Conditioner, an iron (even to borrow), tissues in more than a box of 4, and wash cloths.... The iron was the one that was the most challenging to be without since creases in clothing are a challenge without... They did have a blow drier in the room, but it would overheat about every 3-5 minutes, so that did add time to getting ready in the morning. Overall, it was a nice stay and the staff and location made up for the amenities lacking.
Scott G - Louisville, Kentucky
This place is close to everything yet on a street that can be fun to fine. The hotel is great, staff were more then friendly giving out great directions and suggestions. Breakfast was great. Best part was a quick walk to most places but being on the street it is seems to be out of the way quiet.
Linda P - London, Canada
We stayed in this hotel for four nights. When I booked I asked specifically for a room with two beds. When we arrived we got a glorified broom closet with one small double bed. We were not impressed. After one bad night we got a room with two beds that was slightly bigger but no comfi chair or something like that, it had two kitchentable type chairs and a little desk and that was it, the view was to a blind wall and a concrete courtyard. We had a drink in the hotel bar, that bartender was not exactly knowledgable since he put without asking ice cubes in a single malt whisky. The price for two drinks was totally overpriced and ridiculous. Breakfast is o.k., lots of selection for cold cut meats and cheeses but the choice for eggs was either scambled or very hard boiled. If you wanted a soft boiled egg or fried there was an extra charge. The location of this hotel is excellent but the staff is kind of snobby but correct, not overly friendly so to say. The general areas are very ornate and the style is typical Italian but the rooms are very disappointing, at least the two rooms we stayed in. Bathrooms are fine but also very tight, we found strands of black hair in the handbasin but the two of us are for sure gray haired, wonder where they came from: maybe the cleaning staff? Altogether, this hotel is overrated and overpriced and we would not stay there anymore.
Henny0410 - Mission, Canada
My husband and I stayed at the Hotel de la Ville starting 15 September 2017 for 5 nights for a family wedding. Our room was beautiful and spotless! The location is centrally located and very close to the Duomo on a very nice street. The hotel staff (Andrea, Paula, and others that I unfortunately do not have their names) were very friendly, efficient, and helpful. Gianni was very helpful prior to our arrival with suggestions on room types. The breakfast room buffet was very nice with good food choices. I would definitely stay at the Hotel de la Ville when I return to Florence.
traveler1955 - florida