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I arrived in Florence by train, and walked to the San Frediano Mansion. It was a fairly short walk, albeit a little difficult with some cobblestone streets. I was in need of a shower by the time I got there, and the cleaner let me...More
First of all let me say: we've stayed at 5 different places all over Italy; 4 great ones, and this one.
Though we were perfectly on time, we arrived to the place before the staff did. luckily some residents let us in. The owner then...More
On July 10, 2015 I requested a room for two nights starting July 11 and 12th.
When I received confirmation email they had only given me one night which was July 10 I immediately called the hotel and told them of their error they said...More
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Response from san_frediano_mansion, Proprietario at San Frediano MansionResponded 2 September 2015
ll signore ha prenotato una camera pre pagata il giorno 9 solo per il 10 di luglio. Come da contratto...More
We arrived in Florence at 10.30pm with our 9year old daughter. We had a short 10 minute walk across the bridge and into San frediano. We instantly loved the location especially for the price we paid. The rooms we had were huge and well catered...More
My friends and I recently stay in a room for 3. I have to say I didn't like the room at all but the staff were very nice. The room was a bit run down and could use some touching up. The bed I was...More
A warm evening with a cocktail in your hand and great company is the ideal way to experience Piazza Santo Spirito; the area is busiest at sunset for happy hour. Visitors cannot hide their astonishment sitting on the staircase under the Basilica of Santo Spirito, and they cannot help but stare at the architectural masterpieces like Bianca Cappello House, Fontana dello Sprone and San Frediano in Cestello and Santa Maria
delle Carmine churches. Tourists and Florentines alike join up in the area between Santo Spirito and San Frediano, connecting the Tuscan soul to the international spirit permeating the city.