"Excellent hotel, good location, close to the City "
Wonderful. Amazing location and staff, all the staff at the Hotel were helpful, attentive and caring. The views from the rooms and the terraces of Florence and the valley make the location very worthwhile. It is an easy bus ride or steady walk down the hill to the City and gives the option of either exploring the local sights (Churches, Roman sites or simply hiking trails) or spending the day in Florence.
Simple, quaint place with a lovely view of Tuscan hills. Furnished with antiques and set among houses in charming Fiesole on a very small street (not easy driving)
It is a quick walk to town and easy to get bus to Florence
The Villa Bonelli Hotel in Fiesole, Tuscany , boasts a wonderful situation on a hill overlooking Florence. Fiesole is a …More
iii Although convenient for transport into Florence, Number 7 bus does not now go into central Florence but instead to the San Marcos area from where you have to walk (about 10 minutes).
Hotel very nice and would stay there again for as long as I can manage the stairs (no lift).
Room spacious and very clean. Staff very pleasant and helpful. Reception good, but higher standard of spoken English would be appreciated (typical lazy English comment probably).
Traveller from London
In the heart of Fiesole , on the hills overlooking Florence, amidst historic villas and parks with age-old trees, stands …More
"The Apartment was lovely and the views spectacular"
Somehow our reservations got mixed up and instead of two rooms, we and our friends only got one room. All of the other apartments were taken. Our friends got to sleep on a couch a small bed because they didn't bring their reservation documentation. The owners sent us a complimentary bottle of wine, and all worked out well. The views were fabulous off the 2nd story deck. We spent more time in Fiesole than we did in Florence. Fun Adventure! The cooking facilities and deck were great! Betts P.
Set in a beautiful and quiet location which I found to be most convenient to trip into Florence etc (bus right outside the hotel). All my needs were readily met and I loved the french doors opening on to a large balcony with stunning panoramic views across Tuscany and Florence. No hidden extras either which was good.
This property is a converted monastery with a killer view of the entire city. The rooms are a bit small and the bathtub/shower with no curtain is a bit of a challenge to master. Outdoor gardens and gazebos are around every corner for multiple opportunities to gaze out over the city. The layout of the property is quirky. I don't think I came close to discovering all the small, quiet little rooms and libraries. If you are trying to blitz tour the city the property is 30 minutes and about a $20-25 cab ride from city center. A city bus is about a 10 minute walk up a substantial hill but will get you to town efficiently and at a standard bus rate. The hotel has a prefixe dinner nightly which is very reasonable and excellent, featuring multiple courses. We enjoyed their wine selection too. The breakfast buffet is very tasty (tomato salsa) but with the fewest selections of any place we stayed. For the unhurried traveler, this is a perfect place to base an extended stay in the area. We saw no children while we were there. The overall ambience might not be a good fit for kids. The staff were most gracious and helpful especially the might manager who doubles as bartender and will give Americans all the ice they want without judgement.
"Good hotel for students and couples not families"
The hotel has pretty basic furniture no tea/coffee making facilities and rather strange towels.The bed was very comfy.The room was clean and good value for money.A good location for exploring Florence as there is a regular bus into the city.Please be aware the owner does not accept credit cards so you need to have enough cash to pay for your stay.She also speaks no English so be prepared to learn some rudimentary Italian.
Emma from Norfolk, UK
Occupying a lovely hilly location in Fiesole , within 2 km of the city centre and 10 km of Florence, the hotel Villa Baccano …More
Set in the hills 8 km northeast of Florence, this ancient village shows signs of its history. Crumbling walls are visible around the city, remnants of Etruscan culture. The town’s outdoor theatre dates back to Roman times, and is still used today. Additional sights include ancient cathedrals and villas of wealthy Florentines from the Renaissance.
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