Hotel Vasari Palace is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Florence, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and Hotel Vasari Palace makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Nearby landmarks such as Campanile di Giotto (0.4 mi) and Cupola del Brunelleschi (0.5 mi) make Hotel Vasari Palace a great place to stay when visiting Florence.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Restaurante Il Latini, Enoteca Pinchiorri, and La Ménagère, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Vasari Palace.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular castles such as Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Corsini, and Palazzo Gondi.
Enjoy your stay in Florence!
Our one night at the Vasari was a "night before our train" stop. Proximity to the SMN station was excellent. Our room was 'big enough' and very clean. The firm king bed was wonderful, and windows opening onto a quiet courtyard were lovely. Our only disappointment was the tiny bathroom. Okay, we're both big people, but wow, that was a tiny space. When remodel time comes, a much smaller handbasin and a larger shower would be a much better use of space. The breakfast was great and the painted ceilings in the lobby and lounge were beautiful. Overall, just the kind of place we needed before setting off on 48 hours of travel home to NZ.
We had stayed at Pendini on an earlier leg of our trip, but decided on the Versari for one night as it is so close to the Railway Station. Don't let that put you off - it is quiet, comfortable. We had a small room with a terrible shower, but the location turned out to be perfect. Why ? Nightlife. Walk out the door, head left then right and keep walking. Dozens of places to eat, and after 8pm the place is packed with tourists and locals at Trattoria's, Osteria's, Gelataria's ... loads to see and in many ways more interesting at night than the Piazza della Republica. My bugbear for the hotel was a really poor shower. Like many hotels of her age, the bathroom is often the last thing to be upgraded due to the cost. Yet the location, the bed, the bathroom are the three biggest tickpoints for any traveller. In this case an oversized handbasin, a cramped jammed in toilet and a dangerous shower. To get into the shower you have to step up to get in. When getting out, you step down onto glossy tiles with wet soapy feet and no hand rail. This may have been ok in the 1980's, but modern travellers expect better. Smaller sink, combine the toilet/bidet and you would have room for a bigger and safer shower without increasing the bathroom size. Otherwise the Hotel was great, good location and very quiet…
Lovely little hotel 5 mins from train station. Well run and very clean. Lovely staff. Nice breakfast. Recommended for a city break - close to the centre of the city. Lots of places to eat close to the hotel.
Rooms are just fine. Breakfast was good, meats, cheese, croissants, bread for toast, boiled eggs, 2 juices, coffee, yogurts, milk. Milk is NOT like in USA. Good location to trains. Air conditioning is very slow to cool down the room.
We stayed here for 11 nights. The hotel is a small place on the north side of the city centre close enough to the train station that you you can walk it with your luggage in not more than 10 minutes, but still quiet enough to get a good nights sleep, The place has bags of character. The staff were friendly and helpful, especially the lady who prepares and serves the breakfasts most days. Clean, comfortable and a great continental style breakfast, with enough variety to satisfy even the pickiest of palates.