Our family of five stayed in a very large room with five twin beds and a private, locked bathroom down the hall. The room had a very high ceiling painted with a beautiful mural. The nuns were great, and the building was fascinating, with a very interesting history. Breakfast was typical for bed and breakfast places in Italy, but certainly... More
- Also Known As:
- Casa Santo Nome Di Gesu Hotel
- Casa Santo Nome Di Gesu Hotel Florence
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 13th-century former monestary is now a guesthouse operated by nums for women travelers and married couples. ... more less
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