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All reviewscarmel and pinoother guestsvia guelfatrain stationrick steveswonderful hostsrooftop terracestreet sidecentral marketthe hotel is conveniently locatedshared bathroomantique furnituremajor sightslate at nightsmall hotelmini fridgefantastic stay
Great location, homey and immaculate rooms, lovely rooftop terrace, and critters to visit with (cat and parrot) for the animal-lovers among us. You're in good hands with Carmel and Pino -- they know everything about everything, are generous with recommendations, and are extraordinarily accommodating, kind,...More
Il Bargellino is owned and run by Carmel (a Bostonian with the accent to prove it) and Pino, her Italian husband. Oh, and Leopoldo the parrot has a say in things, too. This happy couple are excellent and hospitable innkeepers. When my wife sprained her...More
as a family of 4 (2 teenagers) on a 2 month europe tour, we can get stressed. The hotel location, on 'low market' side street and quaint building didnt help. This soon changed. The hosts were superbly helpful , the rooms, and particularly the important...More
Carmel and Pino were very gracious hosts. We chose the hotel after it was recommeded by a friend, and because it's close to the train station. The rooms were spacious, VERY clean, and simple. Exactly what I would picture when I thought of staying in...More
I originally chose Il Bargellino because of TripAdvisor reviews I had read that raved about this place. It really does feel like you're staying at someone's home, which has it's pros and cons. The reservation process was fairly straightforward (paid up front through PayPal), and...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.
Response from Carmel C | Property representative |
We have one flight of 20 steps with no elevator. Please let me know (by e-mail to the hotel if possible), your dates and I will check availability of a room on the ground floor.
Thank you, Carmel Coppola