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All reviewstiramisuthird floornear the train stationfresh fruit saladlate checksmall balconyroom was cleanpastrysalamistar hotelhigh ceilingsshort stayi highly recommend this hotelside streethotel is situatedmain attractionscontinental breakfast
“This is truly one the best two-stars in which we have ever stayed! From the plush towels to the excellent quality linens on comfortable beds, to the spacious room and bathroom, to the smiling and helpful staff, our stay was a pleasure. And that breakfast!...More
I just needed one night in Florence before returning home. Booked Hotel Joli because it was close to the train station and wasn't too scary in the pictures. Checked in, spent 1 hour in my room and left. Hated it!
Found another hotel 2 blocks...More
The Hotel is a good surprise, everything inside is new and clean, spacious bedroom with a good heater, we felt just comfortable and well accommodated. The breakfast is crazy, full of good options, one have to care to not eat too much! Nothing to complain...More
Help me decide if this is an organised, coordinated con trick;
Booking.con - Booking conditions for a non-refundable room reservation.:
“If you cancel, modify or for a no show the full price of the reservation becomes payable. “
1. What does a no show mean?...More
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Response from BIONDI G, Proprietario at Hotel JoliResponded 20 October 2017
This is the booking's reply of 16/10/2017:
Dear Mrs Kavita Perry,
Thank you for choosing Booking.com.
We are writing to you regarding your reservation 1033184489 at Hotel Jolì, check-in date 2017-07-17, and check-out date 2017-07-21.
As previously outlined Booking.com is an intermediary, as such the...More
The staff (3 women) are helpful and quite sweet. The location is very convenient - right behind train station and can walk to a number of restaurants, gelato shops, bars, outdoor leather shopping market. It is exactly 10 minutes from the Duomo area. There is...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.