Rooms Barbarossa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Prato, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as Giardino Buonamici (0.0 mi) and Teatro Politeama Pratese (0.1 mi) make Rooms Barbarossa a great place to stay when visiting Prato.
Rooms at Rooms Barbarossa provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
If you like wine bars, Rooms Barbarossa is conveniently located near Le Barrique, Fiaschemberg, and Wired.
If you’re looking for something to do, Duomo di Prato (0.1 mi), Castello dell'Imperatore (0.0 mi), and Museo dell'Opera dell Duomo (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Rooms Barbarossa.
Enjoy your stay in Prato!
Seconds from the centre of town. We had room 2 which was spacious and very comfortable. The air con worked well. Breakfast was a little disappointing with a limited choice compare the other highly rated B&B’s have stayed at.
Fabulous building with dramatic high ceilings and old world detail with modern furnishings and stylish design. Lovely, helpful owners who deliver a delicious breakfast early. Very well located with easy access by foot to all attractions and both train stations. Museums, churches with great frescoes, castle, architecture. Lively restaurant and bar scene.
Large room, clean and stylish. Rooms only - owners do not live here... They check you in and you're pretty much left to it. Parking tricky but owners will get you a pass and meet you as it's in the restricted area of old Prato. Beautiful old building and lovely place to stay. Shower only - no bath.... And breakfast quite basic. But didn't detract from our stay.
We stayed in the front large bedroom on the first floor overlooking the street, which we loved. It was beautifully decorated, with lovely typical tuscan features. Very comfortable bed, and lovely dark room after closing the shutters. The breakfasts were good: fresh croissants, bread, fruit, yoghurt and coffee. It was great that the little kitchen was accessible all day, to make cups of tea, etc. Prato is a quiet, small place, so the it was easy to walk to everything from the accommodation. It's a great atmosphere walking around early evening with all the locals. Surrounded by good bars and restaurants. I cannot remember the owner's name who greeted us on arrival, but he was very accommodating and friendly, which immediately made us feel at home. Would not hesitate to stay here again when we return to Prato.…