We stayed at the Hotel Regency for 2 nights. The room was beautiful and very comfortable. The bathroom is on the small side but the shower was very large. Our room faced the street and it was very quiet at night. We had breakfast in the dining area and it was very good, eggs, meat, croissants, cheeses and fresh fruit, and cappuccino. Everything was first class. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. They booked dinner reservations, tour guides and taxis upon requests. We also emailed them ahead of time and they responded very quickly. We never ate dinner in their restaurant so I can't comment on that. The hotel really captured the quaintness of Florence being located close to many attractions. I would highly recommend this hotel and would definitely stay there again.
Marcia from Chicago, IL
Located across from Piazza d'Azeglio, this city-center hotel, a former mansion, is one km (a half-mile) from the Accademia …More
Great older hotel generous sized room small bath but adequate.
View of the Dumo from our window
Walk to everything!
Nice coffee and breakfast included.
Our second stay and would return on our next visit to Florence .
mike from colorado
Guests who choose the Hotel Loggiato dei Serviti choose the privilege of staying in one of the historic residences in …More
This was an amazing hotel in Florence with truly a history and stylish feel to its ambiance. It was walkable to any major attraction. The daily breakfast (included in the stay) was outstanding with yogurt, croissants, prosciutto and ham, home-made scrambled eggs and bacon - couldnt ask for more with your pick of any of the house specialty espressos or coffees. The staff were friendly and always willing to lend a hand when needed. The staff coordinated pick up and logistics for the attractions within and outside of Florence we wanted to explore.
Overall, an amazing stay and we would stay again in a heart beat.
Laura from Montreal
Occupying a former convent, this Florence hotel is within a half-kilometer of the restored Sinagoga (synagogue) and Santa …More
San Marco is a church and monastery set in Florence, dating back to the 15th century. The most notable aspects of San Marco are the frescos by Fra Angelico, a much-revered Renaissance painter. A museum is on site, and tours are available.