Botticelli Hotel

, Florence, Italy
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Botticelli Hotel

, Florence
3 star

Rooms: 34

Via Taddea 8 - Florence - 50123 - Italy Hotel Website | | 55290905
398 Traveller

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Historical Traveller Reviews of Botticelli Hotel

Great location and helpful staff

from misstoscana
I had a group of 8 and we stayed here for 3 nights. It's about a 5-10 minute walk from the station and it's right in the middle of everything as far as walking distances, but it's tucked away on a side street so it's also quiet. The staff was very helpful and the rooms were clean.

Chaming Tuscan hotel

from Dudley93
A charming hotel with an amazing ceiling to the foyer. Nice room. Pity that the bath plug didn't fit. Close to the Market where fine leather goods are on sale. Quite close to the Accademia, Duomo and to too far away from the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi.

Recommended.

This hotel comes hightly recommended!

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is certainly a place i would and will recommend to my friends. The staff were so friendly and helpful and my room was always tidy and clean. I stayed for a week and even extended my stay because it was so comfortable and reasonable. I've travelled for over 10 years and this is one of the best hotels i've stayed at. The decor is neutral and tasteful without distraction. The location is good also, only a few minutes walk from the central station (which is rough) but the hotel is in a safe place, within an easy few minutes walk to the main attractions. I was a single Chinese female there and i felt safe and looked after all the time. The staff were excellent and the breakfast was more than what typical hotels in Rome would serve. What more can i say but go for it!!!

Great location, very nice hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Botticelli for 2 nights from february 25th. We chose this hotel because of its perfect central location, steps from the Duomo and 5 minutes walking from Michelangelo’s David. The room was was well furnished, well kept and clean, with a nice view overlooking the San Lorenzo market. After the first night, though, we informed the Reception that the room was for us a little bit noisy and they kindly offered us another room on the back that was very quiet. We have nothing to criticize on the breakfast, we even had a great Parma ham! (perhaps the management took into consideration the reviews of Tripadvisor?). Would definetely recommend this small and cosy hotel

tripadvisor great adivice!

from cocotti
After searching for so many 3 star hotels in Florence when i red the reviews from trip adivsor i decided to book hotel botticelli. We stayed 2 nights at hotel botticelly, the entrance and the rooms were cosy, cute and very clean maybe just a bit noisy during the night time but not terrible. The location was great.
The real terrible thing was the breakfast, when i red the reviews from tripadvisor I thought they were exagerating a little bit but they weren't.. The breakfast was absolutely HORRIBLE the bread was old and chewy the croissant was hard and oily the orange juice was water with sugar and some kind of orange flavour the tea was ok (oviously). I travel quite a lot and in my opinion to make a good breakfast in a hotel is not such a difficult thing to do. I red complains from other clients that stayed before on the guest book but they seem to not care about it.
The staff was ok but not too friendly
In general ok for a 3 star hotel.

We Loved IT.

from TnKarenLee
Just returned from 2 nights at Botticelli Hotel (Nov 8 - 10) and were charmed by this small Italian hotel. The desk staff was delightful and very helpful.

The room itself was indeed smallish as was the bathroom, but the bed was comfortable and all equipment was clean and working.

The breakfast was ok only. They certainly could have done a better job in that area with a minimum of effort. The coffee however was very good and brewed to order.

The selling point was the location! Walking distance to EVERYTHING. In Florence, how much time are you really going to spend in your room anyway?

We felt it was a great value for the money.

Not very well run

from MrArthur
First experience here was being smirked at when I said I had a reservation. They had apparently confirmed my room with the online booking agency, taken the prepaid payment, but forgotten to reserve a room. To their credit, the hotel did arrange a room at a nearby hotel (although booked a smoking room, even though our reservation at their hotel was non-smoking).

Half the staff are friendly, half rude. Breakfast is very dismal - other guests ended up shouting at the staff to try to get coffee (which was ignored). After 20 minutes of being ignored in a room of only about 15 guests, I also gave up waiting. Don't bother wasting your time - find a cafe nearby and get something enjoyable. The guestbook is full of other complaints about breakfast, something that the owners either don't read or care about.

Luggage storage is in a public room with no security, so leaving bags there during the day isn't ideal.

On the good side, the hotel is in a good location, and the rooms although small were clean. Not particularly quiet rooms, so hope that the people around aren't too noisy.

Very Nice

from mar11beth
Is close to train station and a few steps away from the central market was convenient but it is quite noisey. The markets set up early in the morning so you can hear all the vendor carts being moved up the street. Lot's of nice trattorias near by and gelato parlor. The buskers entertaining at the restaurants gave a nice typical Italian romantic feel as you go for a stroll in the evening. *sigh* I want to go back !! Close to Santa Maria del Fiore and walkable to Ponte Vecchio and Ufizzi. Free internet access was a bonus. Friendly staff. Breakfast also nice.

hotel was fine with some exceptions

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is well located and well priced. However, the room lacked enough closet space, e.g. no dresser drawers for storing clothing. The breakfast was very poor (the hotel really economized here) and the coffee was very poor.

Nice Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
Nice Hotel with a great staff. Room overlooked the street and was still very quiet at night. Location was perfect and minutes from everything Florence has to offer. The hotel is able to set up great side trips as well and makes it very easy to see the rest of the Tuscany region. Breakfast was a little weak compared to some other hotels but overall we had a great stay and hope to come back soon.

Top Local Tips for Florence

Must see if you only have one full Day We only had one full day in Florence (I know, terrible really). We planned an action packed day where we went to the Accademia first (statue of David), the Duomo ( totally amazing both externally and internally), the Ponte Vecchio (gold smiths that had to be seen to be believed) and the Uffizi. Although it seems like a lot, we even had time for the markets. lunch in the Uffizi and some sightseeing on the way.

Buy tickets in advance! If you are planning to visit the important art museums in Florence, it is essential to buy your tickets in advance. Unless, of course, you want to spend your vacation standing inline for hours. The two museums that this is most critical for are the Uffizzi and the Galleria della Accademia (Michaelangelo's 'David'). BTW: The Palazzo Pitti had no line the few times we went by there, so there's no reason to pay the premium for advance tickets there.

From Piza airport We flew into piza airport and there is either the train or bus service which takes you right into florence town centre and only a 5 min walk to hotel from there.

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  • Address: Via Taddea 8 - Florence - 50123 - Italy
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