Hotel Casci

Via Cavour, 13, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Best little ** in Italy

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 17, 2005

I almost hate to include a tip about Hotel Casci and the Lombardis because it's getting all too hard to find availability here today! But this has to be my favorite little bargain in Florence.

The Lombardis are wonderful hosts and the rooms are clean, comfortable, well appointed and reasonably priced. The location can't be beat. Two blocks from the Duomo, two blocks from the Accademia and easy walking distance to nearly anything in Florence, this home away from home will not fail to please even the pickiest of travelers.

On our first visit to Florence, we only had reservations for 2 days and decided to stay 4. Every day, Senora Lombardi would move our bags to a new room. On the last night we had two single rooms (for the same price as one double). The bathroom was so tiny that the commode folded up into the wall!

There are also quadruple rooms.

Unique Quality: Hotel Casci has a comfortable breakfast room with a very nice buffet breakfast included in the price of your stay. An elaborate espresso machine is Senore Lombardi's pride and joy.

There is also a computer in the lobby for guest use. Very useful for keeping touch with loved ones at home.

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Two stars hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 6, 2003

Small and very centrally located hotel.
single room from 60-100 euros
double room from 85-135
suite from 135-220

Unique Quality: The hotel is housed in a 15th c. palace, which was the property and residence of Gioacchino Rossini, the great Italian composer. Although two stars hotel only, it is not cheap, but offers much more then the most of the three or four stars hotels.

Hotel Casci

by written on August 24, 2002

The price for a triple room in September, 2000 was Lit. 290,000 per night (around US$ 139), including breakfast and taxes.

Unique Quality: This is a small two-star hotel which we reserved with some trepidation when our preferred options (all more expensive) were all booked up. We were very pleasantly surprised. Our room was spacious, quiet and very clean, and had very effective air conditioning as well as double glazed windows which shut out all the street noise. All the linens and towels were very crisp and new and changed daily. The shower in our room was a bit of a challenge, with an umbrella-spokes type of curtain which tended to cling to you as you tried to shower without soaking the entire (small) bathroom--a next to impossible feat. Breakfast is in a nice room with frescoes, next to the reception desk; it is nothing special except for the coffee which is very good. The owners are very pleasant and helpful. The best thing about this hotel is its excellent very central location. For the price, it represents very good value and I would happily return.

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Address: Via Cavour, 13, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy

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Amenities at Hotel Casci

  • Continental Breakfast
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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