AddressVia San Cristofano 2 FlorenceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This little gem of a hotel, tucked on a quiet street just off the Piazza di Santa Croce, offers great value, especially if you share one of the mini-suites, which includes a small kitchen.
The Dante is one of the few hotels in this price range that also manages to have a sense of style. The rooms are on the plain side, but the entrance and reception have a sleekness that is intelligently balanced by the wood floors and warm, welcoming lighting. Sleeping quarters are definitely small, as are bathrooms. The second bedroom in the two-bedroom suites are only slightly larger than the bed itself. For anyone for whom elbow-room is secondary, this place offers terrific return on your investment, particularly if you share a two-bedroom suite with an extra friend or two and make use of the kitchen. If you don't want to cook, there's a buffet breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Dante and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Florence.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Family rooms
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- Room service
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Hotel Dante is set in the historic centre between Florence's Basilica of Santa Croce and the Casa Buonarroti museum. It offers bright and spacious, en suite rooms with carpeted floors, and free Wi-Fi.
A generous buffet is served daily for breakfast, in a little garden during summertime. Some rooms feature a kitchenette.
Reception is open 24 hours a day and the staff speak multiple languages. Guests of Hotel Dante enjoy discounted rates at a private parking 100 metres away.
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