Florence Sandra B&B
Viale Giovanni Lami, 50
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Bed and Breakfast Sandra is a two storey house with a garden situated about 10 minutes walk from the historical centre of Florence and the city's main train station, Santa Maria Novella. It is a mere few minutes walk from the Palazzo dei Congressi (conference centre) and the Fortezza da Basso (trade fair centre). Located immediately outside of the historical centre's restricted traffic zone, it is easily accessible by car with available street parking in front or the option of private garage use.
Sandra & Paolo, owners & managers of the B&B, are always ready and on hand to give information about the city's attractions and sites, current events and exhibitions as well as restaurant and shopping recommendations - There is free internet use and a well stocked library of local guide books with the essential information about the city and surrounding area ensuring a memorable stay - The guest rooms are spacious and comfortable - Each room is equipped with: - private bath - air conditioning - TV and radio - DVD player with ample choice of films available,free of charge - free ADSL wireless internet connection - The following services are included in the daily room rate: - daily cleaning - bed linen - bathroom towels - hand and body soap, hairdryer - refrigerator, microwave oven and kettle - There is a PC at your disposal in the living room for Internet browsing. Private garage at your exclusive disposal at 12 euro a day - Public car parking in front of the B&B (nights and holidays free) -Reception 24-hours
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