Loggiato dei Serviti Florence (Tuscany), Italy

“16th Century convent transformed into a delightful, antique filled boutique hotel. Rooms with views provide both comfort and value. Breakfast is served in the courtyard by attentive and knowledgeable staff. Magical stay in the heart of Florence. ”

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“This is our favourite three-star hotel in central Florence, in an exceptionally memorable location. Occupying an ex-convent in one porticoed corner of the Piazza SS Annunziata, it has views across the piazza to Brunelleschi's Ospedale degl'Innocenti. With charming antiques, rich fabrics and parquet floors, you have one of the best B&Bs in Florence, particularly if you're after class, character and original features”

Written by  Nicky Swallow

They say

“For all the Hotel Guru visitors that will book with us, please let us know on the booking form that you are a follower and we will give you a free upgrade and late check out (if possible), an italian Welcome drink, Wifi internet connection for free.”

What's Nearby

Facilities

Air conditioning
Conference facilities
Safe
Parking
Parking avaliable, charges applicable.
Bar
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Walking distance restaurants
Meeting Room
in the Palazzo Budini Gattai next to the hotel
No restaurant
Breakfast only.
Wifi
Pet friendly
Child friendly
Disabled access
Suites
Concierge
Satellite / Cable TV
Four poster beds

Activities

Art Classes
Art lovers know not to miss out on seeing Michaelangelo's David at Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze.
Cycling
Explore the cobbled streets, narrow lanes and riverbank pathways by bike.
Sights nearby
Discover the Ospedale degli Innocenti built in 1419 by none other than Brunelleschi for the orphans of Florence.
Museums
San Marco Museum can be reached on foot.

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37 rooms from $218 per night

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Recommended for

Romantic Break
15th Century building oozes charm and romance.

Activities

Art Classes
Art lovers know not to miss out on seeing Michaelangelo's David at Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze.
Cycling
Explore the cobbled streets, narrow lanes and riverbank pathways by bike.
Sights nearby
Discover the Ospedale degli Innocenti built in 1419 by none other than Brunelleschi for the orphans of Florence.
Museums
San Marco Museum can be reached on foot.

Other highlights

Romantic
Views
Views across to Brunelleschi's Ospedale degli Innocenti
Conference facilities
Quiet
Rooms with balcony/terrace
No restaurant
Breakfast only.
Full of character
Intimate
Artworks
B+B
Historic
Antiques
Pet friendly
Child friendly
Disabled access
Traditional
Charming
Four poster beds

Hotel size

37 rooms
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