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Via Carlo Ciampi 2, 50019 Sesto Fiorentino, Italy – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Ping-Pong, Hiking, Cycling, Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Ironing Service, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
2:30 PM - 10:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 7 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Score from 395 reviews Wonderful
It is a historic building with great potential but lost track of time.
The owner cannot cope with the size of the facility. Downsizing the structure to the original villa will be the main key to a new success.
This hotel is a world away from the bland corporate piles. A large building that was home to a family for generations which oozes character with something to be seen and savoured on every wall and in every corner. Various sizes of rooms, some open on to a wide common balcony with a wonderful view. Gardens waiting to be explored, there's an outdoor pool with a bar adjacent. Good food, served in a beautiful room. The staff made me feel like one of the family.
Our terrace room overlooking the garden was quite charming and the room was quite spacious. Antique furniture was nice. Staff was very accommodating and restaurant was good.
Shower in bathroom could use updating and it had low water pressure.
The fact this was an historic mansion. Very close to Sesto Fiorentino our destination. Excellent food and wine choices. Like staying in an art gallery.
Just remember it is an older home and don't expect a Sheraton.
I loved the villa. If you are looking for shabby chic in its rawest form then Villa Villoresi is for you. Many different areas to sit yourself down in and enjoy the 11th century villa.
Grand space and kind managers and workers, and history and landscape
The peace and tranquil settings where just what the doctor ordered, Relaxation after a on the go day of visiting Firenze, with a bottle of wine and a bite to eat with the woman you love
A step back into history in the best sense of the term. Amazing frescoes and historical artefacts everywhere. Quiet and peaceful. Very friendly staff, including the Contessa herself!
The towels provided were little thicker than tea towels and not much bigger!
When I first entered Villa Villoresi I became curious. What will happen, what will it be like? It is an old, very old manor house with extreme charm and a wealth of history where nothing is very modern, streamlined and effective but everything is exciting. It is not luxury, it is not exclusive in the modern way. It is rather oldish elegant and a bit slow and very relaxed. Staying at Villa Villoresi is very much as living in an old film :-) The practical things that must work does work. It is clean and proper, wifi works, parking is there and the pool if fine. The restaurant serves well made Italian food, what more can I ask for.
The vicinity is not very exciting. There is actually nothing in Sesto Fiorentino. The local train station is however not far away and the hotel has plenty of parking place.
the cleanliness, lack of staff, poor food, negligible breakfast, rats, mosquito's, food not covered, towels, bathroom. pool not chlorinated. very expensive and poor choice evening menu
The villa and the owner of the villa were both amazing. A lovely, warm woman, Cristina, and the frescos, furniture and villa itself were worth staying for.
However, the property is a bit crumbly and the villa's best days seem to be behind it.
-beautiful, old house, looks just like a museum -excellent restaurant -friendly staff -nice rooms and views
The room itself was beautiful The hotel was spacious and beautifully decorated The service was personal
Everything : villa with fresco and authentic furniture, twin rooms for the children, old library, wonderfull garden, swiming pool, loggia, wifi, very good restaurant, kindness of the staff and the owner! 15 min train to Fierenza. An hotel we hope to go again!
beautiful old house in residental suburb of Florence - delightful pool in an attractive garden - wonderful owner and staff
quiet residential area with few facilities
The rooms were unpleasantly decorated, stuff and very smelly. The swimming pool was dirty and the bottom was full of leaves. There were broken tiles around the pool and the floor was uneven. Rooms were found along long, dark, badly decorated and smelly corridors. The staff were unfriendly and at points rude. The location was in the middle of a suburban street. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
It was very charming and original, a piece of history.
Very tired. Garden was overgrown. I saw a rat on the loggia.it was very hard to find.
The relaxing ambience and the style of the main rooms on the loggia.
Wifi was badly intermittent and the food was terrible and over-priced.
The owner, the lovely Cristina in her 70's welcomes you like a grandmother. Most people use it as a touring base so if you want a day by the pool you may have it to yourself. A lovely faded old gem of a building, the better rooms ie the tower and the ones on the loggia are full of history and character and you'll feel like a king in the loggia rooms in particular
Some of the hotel is like I say a little faded and in need of TLC, however if it were polished to the point of nearby villa Stanley I'd feel underdressed and out of place. The Villoresi is as relaxed as a holiday itself should be
This is an old Hotel that appears at first glance to be run down but there's something to be said for old world charm. The proprietor was a very nice lady and the hotel has a mystique about it that's somewhat compelling. The staff there were very nice and helpful. We found the breakfast to be very adequate. There's an outdoor pool which we didn't use but saw people in it.
After checking into the room we had trouble fitting our luggage since the room was small. Everything in the room including the bathroom was old school. My wife didn't like the bed or bathroom. I thought the bathroom was clean but again old. We didn't care for the dinner at night at the hotel where we got indifferent service and average food but found it to be convenient.
We were treated as the welcome guests of the noble family who have lived for generations in the 700 year old Villa Villoresi. The magnificent long stately gallery that is the entrance to the Villa, the comfortable, richly stocked library, the large beautifully appointed dining room, the courtyard and the peaceful, quiet, park-like grounds enfolded us. The staff were helpful, friendly, warm and personable and went out of their way to look after us. (When we arrived at 3:00 pm, hungry, Christina arranged for Danieli to prepare us a tasty lunch and serve us in the Courtyard. After lunch we were treated to the Villa's own dessert wine and the specially chosen biscotti that accompany it.) Our room was charming with a bright very large wall painting of the Tuscan countryside and the ensuite bathroom had excellent facilities. Later, at dinner in the impressive dining room, we were served excellent food - a pairing of fresh, firm pear slices with Tuscan Peccorini cheese was an exciting, delectable blend. The long second floor loggia offers repose and great views across the swimming pool, to an ancient tower and Firenze. Bliss!
Parking and grounds.
long stairs to the room, main office is too far from entrance and very cluttered and needs updating.
This place has so much classic Italian character. Beautiful facility in the spring, and so much history to learn when you read the room informational folder. The large shared balcony for all the rooms is fantastic.
The triple room does not have a pull out couch even though booking states it does. The beds are a bit uncomfortable and you can hear all your neighbors.
Very nice yard
The attitude of the staff is absolutely horrible. We booked a double room, described as 25 square feet with balcony and a view. We travelled 400 kilometers to stay at the place, because the description and pictures of the room were magnificent. We were given a small room in the basement, without balcony, smelling like mold. When we complained that this is not the reservation we made, we were called cheap several times "for booking the cheap rooms", my girlfriend was pinched by the owner and threatened with a cane. The owner said that she doesn't care what it says on booking.com and that these are "the cheap rooms. If we wanted balcony, we should have paid more". After the scandal and spending half an hour on the phone with booking.com we were offered a room with a balcony looking towards a prison like courtyard. (The only one of the double rooms which has a balcony). We didn't want to stay at the hotel after being treated like that, as there is no place around to eat and we had to have dinner with these horrible people. We were told that we would be charged for the two nights we reserved. Thanks to booking.com's interference we were charged only one night and we were reimbursed for half of that money. The fact that we travelled 400 kilometers to stay there and decided to not stay and start looking for a new hotel at night should say enough. Beware: The standard double rooms DO NOT have balconies. They are in the basement; they are small and smell horribly of mold. Everything is old. If you complain, you will be treated awfully.
- lovely old villa, you feel like you are in a time warp. - very helpful & friendly staff - rooms which open to loggia are fantastic and a must have!
- shower was a little disappointing (warmish dribble) - restaurant was a little pricey but nice - breakfast (cheapest ingredients eg:processed cheese, reformed ham )
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