Diana’s place was such a wonderful place to land in the city! Super close to the train station, restaurants, shops, and the sights of Florence :) we loved how quiet it was even though you are right in the city, and the bed was so comfortable! Thank you for having us, and maybe we will be back again someday :)
Stephanie / Jul, 2019
We had a fantastic stay at this apartment. The apartment was modern and stylish and had everything we needed, there was even a smart phone we could use and take around Florence with loads of recommended tourist attractions, places to eat and sights to see which we found very useful. The apartment was in a great location, close to the train station and a very short walk took you are righting the heart of Florence. After a busy day walking around Florence, It was the perfect space to come back and relax. We will definitely be returning in the future.
Louisa / Jun, 2019
We had a wonderful time in Florence and it was brilliant to come back to such an amazing space and relax in a unique apartment. The location is brilliant and we found some great places to eat and drink nearby. The apartment is within walking distance to all that Florence has to offer and is a fantastic place to stay. Thank you Diana, we had an fabulous time!
Most comfortable bed
jeannine / Apr, 2019
Most comfortable bed I've ever slept in on a vacation! Daniella reviewed the area with us and provided recommendations--the paper map of the city with points of interested highlighted was surprisingly useful given wifi connection for GPS was often spotty. The pizza we had at the San Lorenzo market was the best we had while in Italy! There was a little confusion in finding the apartment due to the duplicate building numbers situation in Florence. For the uninitiated, there are "old numbers" no longer in use but still on the buildings and "new numbers" (in blue and white) that are the correct address. Because Google Maps took us to the location of the "old number" there was some delay/back tracking. Not necessarily Acacia's fault, but I imagine it happens frequently, so perhaps a heads up prior to check in with some guidance about this issue would be helpful.