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Loggiato Dei Serviti

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"Stylish Renaissance pensione with antique furnishings in beautiful Florentine square"

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Loggiato dei Serviti

A top choice for hotels of character in Florence, the Loggiato dei Serviti is in a charming converted Renaissance palazzo just steps from Michealangelo's David. Many rooms are frescoed, baldachinos grace some of the beds, and cool stone, high ceilings and some hand-painted furnishings add historic authenticity.<BR><BR>The piazza is pedestrianised but not always quiet, as this in the student quarter, its only drawback. The management is friendly and family oriented. Ask for a room with a view of the Duomo. There's an old fashioned bar full of antiques, and fine architectural prints.

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