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We enjoyed 4 nights in Florence at Hotel Colomba after a month touring around France. Our room was very clean, very quiet and thankfully airconditioned during an unseasonably hot week. The location was right in the heart of the action with easy access to the...More
My 20 year old daughter and I had a wonderful stay at Hotel Colomba. The room, the service, and the fantastic morning breakfast included in the price, made our stay in Florence very special. Our first impression was a bit negative because the hotel is...More
We stayed here for only 1 night after visitng Pisa for the afternoon. Florence itself seemed absolutely amazing, however we only had about 4 hours there and everything closed before we really got to see it all. This hotel isn't really a hotel - we...More
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Response from colomba, owner-manager at Hotel ColombaResponded 28 May 2009
Once again I find myself replying to someone
who does no think this is a Hotel. Well, this has been a hotel for a long time and if it is not like the modern, square, impersonal concrete blocks, the reason is that it is located...More
Highly recommend Hotel Columba for its staff (and proprietor, Roseanna), location and value. Our room was exceptionally clean and comfortable. Breakfast was very good and served in a very comfortable area. Roseanna and the staff were very efficient and helpful in getting where we wanted...More
We had a pleasant stay at Hotel Colomba. Our room was spacious and clean, and the bathroom was adequate. And yes we got the handicapper room but I have no issues with that. This hotel is about 5 min walk to the Accademia and San...More
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.
there is no Uber option in Florence. Walking from santa Maria novella train station is about 12 minutes. Out of the station you need to go right, straight on to the Duomo ( the main cathedral), before it , on you... More
there is no Uber option in Florence. Walking from santa Maria novella train station is about 12 minutes. Out of the station you need to go right, straight on to the Duomo ( the main cathedral), before it , on you left ,there is a large street called Via Martelli, wich after the fisrt part becomes Via cavour, where we are. Keep walking until n.21 blue, where Leonardo da Vinci Museum is . On the second floor is the hotel. Otherwise a taxi will cost 15 euro more or less.Kind regards,