The Hotel Adler Cavalieri is a new 4 star centrally located hotel recently opened, in August 2003.The hotel has 60 comfortable rooms, in Florence style with elegant private bathrooms, color TV with pay TV, radio, Internet connections, message service, silent minibar, individually air conditioning, central ... More
Hotel Adler Cavalieri
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The Hotel Adler Cavalieri is a new 4 star centrally located hotel recently opened, in August 2003.The hotel has 60 comfortable rooms, in Florence style with elegant private bathrooms, color TV with pay TV, radio, Internet connections, message service, silent minibar, individually air conditioning, central heating controller and telephone with direct outside line. The Hotel offers at its clients international style buffet breakfast, a reading room with giant screen TV, a delightful garden, gym room, sauna and Turkish bath.
The lobby is so striking, with lovely woods and paintings. Large rooms and baths, very friendly and accomodating staff. This hotel is conviently just up the street from a telephone station for cheap and easily made calls to home.
This hotel is a block from the train station. Rooms were very quiet. We had a small terace with table and chairs where we could sip wine in the evening. Staff recommended great restaurants. Would stay there again. No dislikes.
Single woman traveling alone. I came up from Rome and was surprised how flat Florence is, it is easy to get around by foot. This hotel is literally 1 block from the train station and easy to find. I had a room w/ a balcony looking over the garden courtyard. It was the only hotel I had w/ a balcony and made my stay very enjoyable. I also had a jetted tub which you will need after walking all day, and if you have jet lag.
I enjoyed the painted fresco on the ceiling too. The breakfast was ok, you can't really find a good USA-style breakfast in Italy. It's always salamis, cheese, bread, fruit, yogurt & cereal, and hot drinks & juice. Some hotels try to make scrambled eggs and bacon but they are a little strange. The eggs are burnt purposely on the bottom or watery, and the bacon is really greasy and more like canadian bacon. Don't ask for ketchup, they will be mocking you in the kitchen! You just have to deal w/ the breakfasts and wait for the redeeming lunches and dinners, or tide yourself over w/ a gelatto.
The staff were really helpful, including storing my luggage for 4 days while I went to the countryside, even though I was not coming back to stay in the hotel after!
The only 2 negative comments I could make is that there was a pomade/cigar smell to the hotel...it may have just been a smelly guest who left his mark. But Florence in general is a pretty smelly city, it's part of its charm! Second, the hotel is a little ways away from the action, which in my opinion, is at the Duomo. But there are many places to eat, a couple of bars, laundrymats, internet points, stores and pharmacies around the hotel.
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