Hotel | borgo degli albizi26, Florence, Tuscany, Italy 50122
4 out of 5 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (09/06/2014)
"Location and size of rooms was great. Wonderful atmosphere. Staff and breakfast were good."Read all Hotel Bavaria reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- No curfew
- Secure lockers
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Late check-out
- Room service (24 hour)
- Wake-up calls
- Internet access in public areas
- Pets allowed
- Television room
- Cot / crib
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 1 day before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 11:00
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A few steps from the Basilica si Santa Maria del Fiore (alias Florence's Duomo), immersed in the artistic treasures of Florence, on the third floor of the sixteen-century Palazzo Ramirez-Montalvo, Hotel Bavaria will frame your unforgettable stay.
The warm and relaxing environment, enhanced with magnificent frescoes, will give you the magic experience that only Florence can do. Read more
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|Private Rooms A private room is a room that is not shared with other people from the property – in other words, you book and pay for all the beds in the room. If you are traveling alone, for example, but want to book a double room, you must pay for two people in order to book the whole room.|
Double (Private bathroom)Breakfast included
Triple (Private bathroom)Breakfast included
Quad (Private bathroom)Breakfast included
Single (Shared bathroom)Breakfast included
Double (Shared bathroom)Breakfast included
Triple (Shared bathroom)Buffet breakfast included
Quad (Shared bathroom)Buffet breakfast included
About Hotel Bavaria
This late Renaissance palace, built around 1568, is attribuited to the Medici family's architect and sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati, whereas the ornamental graffito decorations on the facade are reported to be drawn by Giorgio Vasari on the iconographic project of Vincenzo Borghini and were executed by the Vasari apprentices in collaboration with Bernardino Barbatelli known as "Il Poccetti".
The drawings were intended to celebrate the life of the Spanish nobleman Don Antonio Ramirez de Montalvo and his tribute to the Medici family, whose six-balls heraldry can be seen on the facade.
Descendant of an ancient noble dynasty from Arévalo del Rey in Avila Province, and son of Don Juan Ramirez de Montalvo, who served on the Spanish kings' court, Don Antonio, probably born not long after 1500, was a member of the retinue of Eleonora de Toledo, daughter of Pedro de Toledo, Viceroy of the Kingdom of Naples for Emperor Charles V, who married Cosimo I dei Medici , granduke of Tuscany, in 1539.
Don Antonio Ramirez de Montalvo was made chamberlain of the court at Palazzo Pitti, a role of great honour and considerable political importance.
Our staff will gladly help you by suggesting itineraries and book tickets for the major city museums.
Right in heart of Florence historic center, between Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, walking distance of the main attractions