Convenient location near
Santa Maria Novella train station
Clean rooms, some with kitchenettes and furnished balconies
Free cold European
breakfast buffet in modern, appealing room
Workstations with six computers
Bar serving beer, wine,
Parking in private garage
for a fee
Rooms get outside noise
Guest rooms have paired-down furnishings and no minibars
Some rooms are on the small side
Wi-Fi is spotty
Area can be congested with traffic and crowds
Across the street from the Santa
Maria Novella station, this mid-range hotel is conveniently located for
travelers arriving by train. An appealing lobby and bar have several gleaming, contemporary touches, but the 95 guest rooms are no-frills with few decorations and no minibars. Rooms on higher floors are recommended for enjoying city views, and a few rooms have kitchenettes and furnished balconies. The breakfast buffet is free, as is the Wi-Fi, though it can be spotty. And guests driving through Florence can make use of the hotel's underground garage, for a fee. Those looking for more historic accommodations should consider the mid-range Botticelli Hotel.
A clean, contemporary lobby and a big breakfast area
Nazioni Hotel is in a busy area directly in front of the city's tram tracks. Rectangular planters flank the brass sliding doors that act as the hotel's main entrance. Inside, the
lobby is modern and serene with recessed lighting, chrome table lamps, gleaming floors, and IKEA-style couches. Potted
plants add some greenery to the space. The breakfast buffet is set out in a rather generic space humbly furnished in plastic chairs and square, dark-wood tables. But a few framed album covers give the room a dash of personality. The bar, just off the lobby, is oddly missing bar stools, but guests can assemble on leather chairs to nurse a
beer or cocktail at one of the two-top tables.
In a congested area near the train station and within walking distance to main
Delle Nazioni Hotel is located in a busy area 50
feet from the Santa Maria Novella train station. It's congested with buses,
trams, and tourists, but it’s a convenient starting point for exploring the city.
Most of the city’s main attractions are within a 20-minute walk, including the Duomo,
Uffizi Gallery, and the San Lorenzo Market. The airport can be reached in under
a half hour by car or public transportation.
Plain, contemporary rooms, some with private balconies and Duomo views
Standard rooms at the hotel are plain with minimal decor,
white walls, and unadorned wooden furniture. Even the bedspreads, in muted earth tones, don't add much color or pattern. All rooms are equipped with small flat-screen
TVs, air-conditioning, and personal safes. Wi-Fi is free, but spotty. Bathrooms
have tiny stand-up showers or shower/tub combos and barely any shelving
space. Apartments are also available with small kitchenettes equipped with stovetops,
microwaves, mini-fridges, and a few pieces of cookware and serving ware. Guests
recommend higher rooms with private balconies, simply furnished with a pair of chairs and a table, where you can catch glimpses of the Duomo.
European breakfast buffet, computer workstations, and parking for a fee
Delle Nazioni Hotel serves a breakfast buffet
including pastries, cereal, and cold cuts. There’s a few workstations in the
lobby with six computers, and an MP3 totem is available. The hotel has a bar
serving beer, wines, and cocktails. Vending machines serving drinks and snacks
are available, and the hotel offers parking in an underground garage for a fee. Wi-Fi is free throughout, though the signal isn't always reliable.
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