Dei Mori Bed & Breakfast
Via Dante Alighieri 12, Florence, Italy
Doubles from: $146
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
We felt right at home at the Dei Mori Bed & Breakfast, a splurge-worthy property located in a renovated 17th-century palazzo on Via Dante Alghieri. The hotel, a family-run joint, is managed by Peter, a boisterous and professional Englishman.
Arches, high ceilings and narrow hallways lead to six sun-streamed rooms. Dei Mori's layout is adorable. Each and every room is different. Larger rooms have sectioned-off closets with full-length mirrors and very flattering lighting. Several have frescoed ceilings. Most are decorated with classic furniture in dark wood and wrought iron, with varying shades of fluffy bedding and tasteful curtains. Air conditioning and a telephone are available in all rooms.
Spend a few hours on the sun-swept balcony or in the parlor. The library is yours to devour and includes a hefty selection of guidebooks to boot. The place hardly feels like a hotel at all. Dei Mori wins big for quiet, convenience and that down-home experience.
Breakfast is included in the room rate. Note: There aren't any television sets at the Dei Mori. While we love this about the hotel, those hoping to catch a BBC World News update might be let down.
Reviewed by: Annie Shapero, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Bathroom: Private
Via Dante Alighieri 12
Duomo, Florence, Italy
About the Dei Mori Bed & Breakfast neighborhood
You can't miss Brunelleschi's magnificent dome atop the rosy marble Cathedral. It's the obvious central meeting point in Florence and the tourist hub of the city. Here, you're in the vicinity of practically everything: the Uffizi Museums, Palazzo della Signoria, the San Lorenzo Market and the Accademia. The big guns in Italian fashion are located along Via Tornabuoni and there are plenty of cafes and dining options.