Hotel Dei Fiori3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We checked in late afternoon, all fast and efficient, the lift to the floors is small, very small, 2 blokes and 2 bags, and its full. The room again on the small size. All the normal facilities, AC took some working out, but was good and quiet too. Free wifi in the room made up for no English channels on the TV. The breakfast was ok, hot bread rolls/pastries, meat, cheese and hard boiled eggs, also tea/coffee and juices and yogurts. The location to the Famagosta Metro station is within a couple of minutes walking. 1.50 euro each and 15 minutes and your in the city centre enjoying the cultural marvels that Milan offers.
It has a good location if you need a place to the stay in the southern edge of Milan centre. There's only a short walk from the nearest subway station. The room was clean, but rather small. However, it had everything one needs. Good breakfast. Good wifi.
Older rooms, mine was quite small - just enough room for the bed and wardrobe and a tiny bathroom with a noisy fan. There was some minor damage to the desk and the seat of the WC. The TV was tiny. On the positive side, the internet was fast (about 10 Mb/sec both in download and upload), the cappuccino at breakfast was from the bar (and not from a nasty coffee machine), the croissants at breakfast were fresh and tasty and the juice machine was working well and produced drinkable juice. Check-out was painless. Small elevator. Relatively cheap (75 euro) Despite being near the highway there was little or no noise in the room so there must be good sound insulation. The bed was firm (maybe too firm for some). The room temperature was perfect for me (I like it cool). I was unable to lock the room when I was leaving this morning - some problem with the lock I think.
Arrived late and left early...but it was clean, quite, with a good breakfast ready from 7.am. Very polite personnel; walking distance to a few restaurants and take aways; it was also a short ride to go to my client... I think is good value for money, specially for Milan.
I was looking to stay in an economical hotel in Milan for a few days. All I needed was a bed and basic amenities. This hotel met my criteria in my search so I booked it. Hotel: Decor is dated. Still using actual keys for rooms - its a novelty I guess. The lift must be at least 30 years old. Service: At check-in service is limited to a "Ciao" and finger point to the lift (no assistance available). Otherwise they are quite helpful. They gave directions to wherever I needed to go by road or public transport. Room: Bed was ok. Had a good nights rest. Although the room itself is tiny. Amenities: Soap, tooth brush and paste, shower cap and shoe cleaner (was more like a wet-wipe). Breakfast: Coffee or OJ, cereal, croissant and some fruit. WiFi: Free WiFI with great connection through out the hotel. Area: Working class residential area. Metro and Carrefour supermarket walking distance. Bowling alley across the road. Result: If you're out for the day and want a place just to sleep, this hotel gets the job done. Having said that, if I spent more of my time looking for hotels, Im sure there are better options within a similar budget.
Wonderful silent hotel in Famagosta area. Less than 5 minutes walk to the Famagosta metro station (M2 line). The staff very polite, always smiling and willing to serve. In a green surrounded area, with grass, trees and beautiful smelling flowers. There are not many things to explore around. Just a couple of restaurants and bars in 5 to 10 minutes walking distance. The wifi was fast and strong enough in all hotel places. There is a big open parking available for the hotel customers.
very good, clean hotel. friendly staff. bright and comfortable rooms. breakfast is italian-european (eggs, yogurt, cheese, ham, croissants, various fruits). Wi-fi is free, but not good, always disconnects. Underground station is near the hotel. Quite far from city historical center (60 minutes by foot and ~20 by metro)
i was there last year which i remember was good, then it was a bit old but OK. this year i returned in hope to have the same experience and it was disappointing. first of all, on the third day some of my food went missing, i brought some candy energy bars with me, i had an exact amount for each day of a trip and some how on the third day I'm 3 bars short and the table my food was on is arranged completely different, my bag moved. i know maids go through stuff in some hotels but what the hell!? internet didn't work for last 2 days, manager didn't care. coffee machine broke the first day of the week so they made coffee at the bar, which was actually better than coffee from the machine. they did some remodeling in the bathrooms, they are new and clean, and no more wall to wall carpets which is nice. cigaret smell is everywhere tho location is good, close to metro, supermarket overall it is a 3 star hotel, very minimal, could have been a perfectly fine vacation if not stealing food maids. p.s- it is not a hotel for international tourists, English is hard on the staff but basic communication is possible, i had no trouble.
This is a very old fashioned hotel, in several ways. The rooms are in a terrible greenish color, the shower is barely big enough for one. The beds are surprisingly enough pretty comfortable. The "Continental" breakfast consists of white bread and croissants, and if you're lucky, and get up early enough, you might get some ham and cheese. But the biggest issue with this hotel, is that no one (with the exception of the managers son, if you're lucky enough to run into him) speaks english; everything is in Italian. You can repeat yourself all you want, but these people are stubborn to the bone. They will not help you. Unless you speak Italian. And when you check out, be sure to have an extra 18 euros to pay for the "tourist tax".
The hotel is overall really good! It is cheap, less then 2 minute away from metro, and breakfast is really ok. I don't know how would I found the adress withouth GPS in my car though. For such a small price it would be unreasonable to expect more from hotel, so I would say it is great. I've seen some rewievs for this hotel before, most were good, few were negative, but I know those people with negative comments for sure haven't traveled a lot, becouse if they were, they would know that in such a big city it is not possible to find luxury they expect anywhere in the world. I've been from China to England everywhere, and I can say this little hotel is good value for money. Only you should know that when you check out you must pay some kind of tax, but this is normal for every hotel. you count the number of stars with number of nights. for example 3 star hotel x 2 nights is 6 euro for one person!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Laundry facilities
Located in Famagosta within a mile (2 km) of IULM University, Hotel Dei Fiori is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Columns of San Lorenzo. This 53-room, 3-star hotel has a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology and Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio are also nearby.
Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All of Hotel Dei Fiori's 53 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and bidets.
Guests staying at Hotel Dei Fiori enjoy free WiFi in public areas, laundry facilities, and a garden. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. This hotel also has a TV in a common area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
36% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 186 reviews