My husband and I stayed at this hotel for our honeymoon. The hotel is on the other side of the river which makes it kind of inconvenient to access all the shops and sights. You will have to walk 20 minutes to get to sights and shops. The room is SMALL and CRAMPED and OUT-DATED. We barely had room for our 2 luggages. The hotel's ventilation system was not too good and we felt stuffy. We tried to turn on the AC but it shuts itself off every so often. We did have a room overlooking the river and we like gazing out of that. The decor in the room is very dated. The elevator is small and dated. I would recommend staying at a hotel on the opposite side of the river. This hotel is a big disappointment because it is very small and stuffy. I don't mind paying more for a nice hotel and we paid about $380 per night but it's not worth it at all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Arrivederci! Hotel Lungarno is closed and will reopen on 1st June 2017 after a full renovation Your charming home away from home, a stone throw away from Ponte Vecchio. Florence and Tuscan hospitality are experienced at its finest in this splendid setting offering stunning views on the master works of the Renaissance.The exclusive and stylish Hotel Lungarno was designed by the Florentine architect Michele Bonan and invites you to spend magical days surrounded by luxury, glamorous art and culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lungarno Hotel Florence