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This hotel is much like many in Europe. The rooms are small, and the bathroom is more like a cupboard than an en-suite. Having said that the rooms were clean and the beds comfortable. The breakfast area was also pretty small, not sure all the...More
Visited the hotel for a short break in October 2015, we were looking for a reasonably priced hotel in a decent location and the Hotel Abaco met both of those requirements. The hotel is slightly quirky and not for those who are looking for a...More
The place was little difficult to find as the hotel sign board is so small that we missed it twice. One has to climb a steep flight of stairs.. ' a lot of stairs' to actually reach the hotel. It is a boutique hotel with...More
This hotel is in an old building in a very central area. Close to everything you want to visit, all walking distance. The lady at the front desk is very friendly and helpful. Affordable prices as they can be flexible with your budget, which is...More
Abaco operates from the second floor of a centuries-old palace, and guests climb stairs to the second floor because elevators cannot be installed in this historical building (the website advises this information, so no one should complain).
The rooms are small, like many European hotels,...More
Santa Maria Novella train station welcomes the majority of the people arriving in Florence, which might explain the hectic pace. Commuters and tourists come across the constant hustle and bustle of the station before exiting, taking a few steps and stopping amazed in Piazza di Santa Maria Novella. It is impossible not to admire the the square, housing one of the most charming basilicas in Florence. The
area has plenty of local spots to taste Tuscan specialties, but don’t stop in the main streets alone; the narrower side streets always ensure satisfaction. The huge Parco Delle Cascine provides a solution to the need for a green area as well as a historic welcome in the form of a bronze statue of King Vittorio Emanuele II riding a horse.