Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Vitor from London
amazing all, amazing staff, amazing locationPosted May 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
staff was unbelievable, really nice, really helpful, location awesome, room seemed a 4 stars. Only improvement opportunity is the breakfast, it is served in a very nice caffe 2 min walk but you are only entitled to two pasties and a coffee, however, for a low extra cost you can have anything else. Overall, it is the best place you can stay for visiting Firenze (it was my second time in the city, hence, I know a bit).
Recommendedby John Rampton from Palo Alto, CA
Amazing Location - Good HotelPosted May 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
This place isn't the Ritz, but it's pretty nice. Hotel is in an awesome location, the wifi works great and the staff is friendly. It's a little hard to find, you'll most likely have to call and wait like 20 min for them to get there (as it's a bed and breakfast) so expect this. Breakfast is at a shop down the street and not a ton but adequate. My wife and I REALLY enjoyed our stay here and would return to this place anytime!
for Everyoneby Egídio from Austin, TX, USA
Hospitality at its best!Posted Jul 8, 2012
Pros: Service was superb!
Cons: Lack of air conditioning when Firenze was reaching very high temperatures in the upper 90s.
Location: Excellent location very close to all major areas in Firenze.
Please note that as of June 2012, there is no air conditioning in this B&B, contrary to what is stated on this site. The lack of A/C, however, did not make our stay unpleasant. We had a wonderful time at Le Seggiole. A mere fifteen-minute walk from the Firenze train station, Le Seggiole excels in hospitality and location. It's close to just about every major attraction in Firenze: the Duomo, Bargello, Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio, etc. What sets this B&B apart from just about anything else is the owners' superb hospitality. Ulrika and Fabio know the art of treating their guests right. From the start, with clear instructions and maps, they treat you like a family member. Breakfast is another excellent surprise. Pastries, yogurt, cereal, juice, fruit and tea are just a few of the selections. Oh, and the coffee is the best I've had in Italy, too.
for Couplesby Katie from Indy, IN
Great location.Posted Jun 15, 2012
Great location. Easy 10 minute walk to the Duomo in one direction and to Ponte Vecchio in the other. Typical italian breakfast of pastries and fresh coffee/tea. No lift. Excellent staff, especially the amazingly warm and accommodating proprietress. She made sure we had a way to get our keys early and gave us a take away breakfast for our equally early departure. Only downgrade on score because the age of the facility showed in our bathroom. Would book here again.
by A verified traveler
Noisy FlorencePosted Apr 12, 2012
Pros: The owners were very helpful
Cons: The noise!!!
Location: About 20 minutes walk from train/bus station. 15 min. from Accademia (David) Less than10 min. from Duomo
The reason I say comfort was dreadful is because of the noise. IT's not the owners' fault, mind you.This B&B is located on a noisy street. It is quiet between the hours of 4 and 6 a.m. The rest of the time there is pedestrian traffic to and from bars, motorcyles, and cars. Then at 6 a.m. the store owners get ready to open, rolling up their steel shutters, accepting deliveries, etc. Unless you are comfortable living in a busy urban environment, I would not recommend this place. If constant din doesn't bother you, the location is great and the owners are terrific.
by A verified traveler
Very BasicPosted Apr 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very Basic B&B. Convenient to tourist sites. You need to call ahead for check-in. If you don't you might end up on the street without a room.