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Grapevine, Texas
Reviewed 6 July 2015

I was backpacking through Europe and when my friend and I booked this place to stay for 2 nights for about 50 euro a night. Just know: there are two Hotel Centros in Florence, one inside the city and one on the outskirts in Campi Bisenzio. Unfortunately I didn't notice that I booked the one in Campi Bisenzio rather than...

Thank Lori B
Reviewed 19 April 2015

we booked this place because all of the cheaper hostels and hotels in florence were full, and if i hadnt lost all of my maps prior to arriving in florence we would have been great. directions given by booking.com were terrible and google did no better, so all we had was the address and no one in campi bisenzio seemed...

Thank Kjten
San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed 21 August 2014

One room stunk and was full of mosquitos. The other was very drab. The photos on the website are very misleading. The hotel was close to the bus line to Florence but there were no restaurants or stores nearby. Very boring location.

Thank roziehurst
Reviewed 18 September 2013

at first touch it look a very shady and old maintained hole but when you first have to deal with the old man at the reception it change your prospective completely. Not only he is the kindest guy ever but , whenever you need something, he will bother you until he is sure you got it. the place is safe,...

2Thank pottone
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
Reviewed 9 June 2013 via mobile

We stayed as a couple here for our trip to Florence and the region. This was the cheapest 2-3 star option for us. It is far from the city. There is just 1 bus. Number 30 which brings to Buozzi station which is about 500 mtrs from the hotel. The bus departs near the Santa Maria Novella station but that...

Thank Jashnzindagi
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 3 May 2012

I agree with everything Prettytexasgal said in her review and was planning to write the same. Other reviewers seem too picky to me. After hectic, tourist-swarmed days in Florence, Campi Bisenzio was a nice break from the hustle and bustle. It might not be the best neighborhood, but if you are having full days in Florence, you pretty much just...

1Thank Kristine M
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 17 October 2011

It's a nice, clean family-run hotel in a community outside Florence. It's a short walk to an ATAF bus stop. The number 30 takes you to the Stazione in Florence, from which it is very easy to walk to the sights you wish to see. Coming back, be sure to take the 30B, not the 30A. The elderly gentleman (the...

3Thank Prettytexasgal
Honolulu, Hawaii
Reviewed 29 September 2011

Just to make it clear, there is nothing central about this hotel, other than it is in the center of Campi Bisenzio, which is about 25 - 30min bus ride from the center of Florence. No complaints as this hotel was cheap, and I got what I paid for. Make sure you know how to get here as it is...

Thank Kentinhawaii
Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 30 January 2010

Campi Bisenzio, about 15 minutes outside of Florence, was a less-than-charming neighborhood. First, there was nowhere to park at the hotel so we chanced parking our rental car on a side street. The hotel was hard to find at it was just a little hole-in-the-wall in a small square. Once inside, we found we were seconds to late to grab...

2Thank spankyandsarah
Reviewed 26 June 2009

We stayed at the Hotel Centro for one night, as a stop off on our road trip between Florence & Pisa. The hotel was fairly difficult to find, because it's not on a main street (it sits in the pedestrianised town square), and it's parking was limited to one reserved space in a car park opposite the square. The hotel...

2Thank pompey_monkey

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L'Hotel è localizzato a 10 Km da Firenze e 5 km dall'aeroporto Amerigo Vespucci. Ci troviamo a brevissima distanza dal grande Centro Benessere Piscine Hidron, vicino al Centro Commerciale I Gigli e Barberino Designer Outlet (25 minuti), dall'Ikea di Firenze, dal grande Parco dei Renai, dallo Stadio di atletica Emil Zatopek, e l' Autodromo del Mugello (35 minuti).L'Hotel Centro di Campi Bisenzio, è consigliato a coloro che vogliono visitare la città di Firenze senza problemi di parcheggio.E' un albergo economico, sia per il turismo, sia per tutti i lavoratori che si muovono nella zona compresa fra il comune di Firenze e il comune di Prato.The Hotel is located 10 km from Florence, 5 km from Amerigo Vespucci Airport. We are a short distance from the large pools Hidron Wellness Center, near I Gigli Shopping Centre and Barberino Designer Outlet (25 minutes), dall'Ikea ​​of Florence, the great Renai Park, Athletic Stadium Emil Zatopek, and 'the Circuit Mugello (35 minutes). L 'Centre Hotel in Campi Bisenzio, is recommended for those who want to visit the city of Florence without problems parcheggio.It 'a cheap hotel, both for tourism and for all workers who are moving into the area between the town of Florence and the town of Prato. ... more   less 

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Address: Via Mariano Falcini 7, 50013, Campi Bisenzio, Italy
Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Florence > Campi Bisenzio
Price Range: $69 - $96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Centro - Campi Bisenzio 3*
Number of rooms: 19
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“be sure to have detailed directions for which roads to take, walking and/or driving, it's very easy to loose your way.”
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“If you are traveling with children, room 37 is a great choice. Two double beds, one single. That's the room we were given. My husband is a Big and Tall American, and we needed two beds.”
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