Hotels Near Ravioli Di Cristina In Prato

1/512 Reviews
0.15km from Ravioli Di Cristina
I stayed here for three nights to attend at event at the a University. The location is good, the rooms basic in a traditional townhouse and lots of stairs. The breakfast was basic and they do not cater for coeliacs. I was directed to the supermarket. No hot or cooked food. The bed was very uncomfortable
FromUS$55
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.2km from Ravioli Di Cristina
This nice hotel is located in the historical centre of Prato, a few minutes walk from the famous cathedral with beautiful frescos and other historical places. Moreover it is ten minuets a less walking from the train station. The host was very friendly and helpful, the atmosphere was nice, the breakfast and WI-Fi good. Everything is nearby - shops, restaurants, musea. The rooms are of different size, we had a very spacious on with renovated and big bathroom. If you are a light sleeper inform hotel management beforehand, as some rooms have windows on the street with traffic. The first day there were construction works on the street, rather noisy. However it says nothing about the hotel itself. The owner took the trouble to go to the workers and ask when they stop working.
FromUS$55
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.37km from Ravioli Di Cristina
The room is very hygienic
FromUS$98
0/50 Reviews
0.37km from Ravioli Di Cristina
Property Location When you stay at this property in Prato, you'll be in the historical district and 3 minutes by foot from San Francesco. This property is 13.6 mi (21.9 km) from Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower and 13 mi (20.9 km) from Fortezza da Basso. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this accommodation, which has a kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include a coffee/tea maker, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
FromUS$80
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.45km from Ravioli Di Cristina
Lovely little traditional style apartment – ours had a small balcony overlooking the central courtyard and views on two “streets”. It was wonderful to wake up hearing the bells of the churches each morning, have the Tuscan sun stream into our bedrooms and bathe the walls in sunshine, turning them a gorgeous gold like a renaissance painting! The location is excellent with very easy access to all the important icons within the historic old walls – Piazza Duomo, Emperor’s castle, Monash University, shops, plenty of restaurants/cafes and the Piazza Mercatale where there is a huge flea market each Sunday. You will have to travel further to reach a supermarket for food supplies. It’s a short 5min or so walk to the train station – Prato Porta al Serraglio – which trains will take you to Florence in about 20 minutes. The rooms were clean and traditionally decorated. Beds were really comfortable and linens were nice. The kitchen was compact and could do with more utensils, eg. not enough cutlery for 4 people and we did have fun trying to improvise! We attempted some basic cooking one evening and found that it was pretty impractical so chose to have only breakfast in the apartment from them on. The kitchen houses a small bar fridge, two cooktops, a toaster oven and very limited cupboards to store pantry items. The sofa/sofa bed could do with a refurb as you sunk right into the middle when sitting on it. The staff we met were just lovely and helped with anything we asked about. Reception is open for limited hours each day. We booked a week for four people, but had just one night with that many guests. Glad that was the case as it would have felt pretty cramped with 4 people in the apartment for an extended period of time, with one small shared bathroom and a small living/kitchen/dining area. It worked very well for 2 people sleeping in separate rooms. Of note, in our apartment you have to pass through one bedroom to access the second bedroom. This may not be suitable for two couples travelling together. We were a family so it wasn’t really an issue for us. If you are a light sleeper or want to go to bed early, this may not be an ideal location for you – the night life here starts around 8.00pm and continues until early morning on most evenings. It’s people coming together for food, drinks and lively conversation. There was no loud music and we didn’t feel unsafe wandering about the immediate vicinity. For us, it only added to the ambience. If travelling to Prato again, we would very much consider returning to stay here.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.62km from Ravioli Di Cristina
Beautiful place to stay in charming Prato. We were a few couples attending a conference at Monash. Each couple had a room with a private bathroom. Kitchen, living room, and patio are shared. The place is clean and spacious and the patio is fantastic. Alessandro is the owner and was very friendly and helpful. He recommended good restaurants in Prato and Florence. His wife owns a cafe in town where they make the best biscotti you'll ever have. There were complimentary biscotti and pastries, and a nice little espresso machine in the kitchen. Highly recommend this place if you’re in Prato!
FromUS$70
4.6/5Outstanding6 Reviews
0.83km from Ravioli Di Cristina
I stayed here 5 nights while attending a conference at Monash University Prato. The room was small but adequate, with a decent shower and comfortable bed. I was surprised to find there was no iron in the room (and not available anywhere in the hotel!) although this seems to be an issue elsewhere in Prato too. The air conditioning wasn't very effective so I was glad it was not hot outside! The breakfast buffet was good and well worth adding into your room rate. WiFi was fast and easy to use. I didn't have a car but there was (paid) parking literally outside, and it's only a few minutes walk to Prato Centrale train station, or in the other direction into town. This is a reasonable base for a stay in Prato but not to the four-star standard one would expect elsewhere.
FromUS$63
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.87km from Ravioli Di Cristina
Property Location When you stay at Villa Giove Rooms in Prato, you'll be 13 minutes by foot from San Francesco. This townhouse accommodation is 12.3 mi (19.8 km) from Fortezza da Basso and 13.6 mi (21.9 km) from Accademia Gallery. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms. Conveniences include fans and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a fireplace in the lobby. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge during limited hours, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
FromUS$44
4.6/5Outstanding8 Reviews
1.04km from Ravioli Di Cristina
We booked late and arrived early! The gentleman at reception could not have been more helpful, even managing to get a booking for us at Che Ciccia C'e, the best steak restaurant in Prato, and probably Florence. Nothing was too much trouble, the rooms comfortable, the location great with underground parking. We retuen 2 times a year and The president will be our hotel of choice from now on.
FromUS$62
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.32km from Ravioli Di Cristina
I visited Prato during an extreme heatwave. I mention it first, because this hotel has the most wonderful and quiet (a rarity!) air conditioning throughout, which made it an oasis of cool in a world of hot. Based here for a couple of days to attend an academic conference, I loved being a short walk away from the river, the city centre and a multitude of fascinating historical locations. As an added bonus there are two nearby supermarkets, which can be visited to top up on snacks should you need to. My room and bathroom were both extremely spacious and well furnished – the (vast) bed simply has to be tried to be believed. I did *not* want to leave it both mornings I was there. I worried, as I was on the ground floor, that exterior or interior noise might have been a problem, but while I occasionally heard other guests in the distance at times I felt like I was the only person there. As a result, I slept blissfully. Breakfast was wonderful, especially as my gracious hosts explained about the providence of nearly every item they served. It is a breakfast prepared with love, to be savoured and lingered over, which I certainly did. The assortment of breads, fresh fruits and wonderful meats were most enjoyable. Enia, the owner herself, was also wonderfully accommodating in providing not only the guided tour of breakfast, but also in advising me on locations to explore across the city and points of interest. It’s the closest I’ve felt to being a visiting family member, than a paying guest, in a very long time. To meet this level of genuine and authentic concern for guests’ experiences while staying in a property was a delight, thank you. I sincerely hope to return...this time *with* my wife. I only wish I could rate this hotel 6/5 for service!!!
FromUS$86
4.3/5Excellent18 Reviews
1.97km from Ravioli Di Cristina
The Hotel had rooms and apartments both. We were with a group tour and got an apartment for stay. It was spacious and to some extent, it was OK. We were staying in one building and and for breakfast and dinner, we had to move in another building and this movement, we did not like at all. The dining space was worse. It looked like as if a garage had been converted into a dining space. It was smelling badly. The quality of food was also very bad. We were given this hotel, stating it to be of premium hotel category but it was not at all of that standard. It does not give a hotel feeling. I will never recommend this hotel to anyone.
FromUS$71
4.4/5Excellent13 Reviews
2.87km from Ravioli Di Cristina
I was on a west europe tour and change hotels almost daily, and compared to the other hotels I say, I can say this is the less pleasant. Some of the rooms got kettle, and some are not. The worse part is on breakfast. Our tour leader say that breakfast time is 8 AM and I go down at 7.50, the waitress refuse to let us in and tell us to wait until 8 AM. AT 8 AM, the breakfast is not completely ready. Some of the table is not set yet, the coffee machine only give you water and froth when I want to get cappucino or hot chocs. Not much food variety, and they only give you 3 jar of water for the whole group (no refills when it's running out). Lastly when its 8.40, the female waiters (the same waiters that forbid us to breakfast before) start to stack up the chairs roughly that it seem rude to the guest that still eating. The saving points is at the night before, the bar man when I have dinner at the bar is giving a kind service to us. But the breakfast is terrible experience.
FromUS$68

Hotels Near Ravioli Di Cristina In Prato Review

4/510 Reviews
The worst staff I ever came across. Who gave them this rating? Firstly, teach them how to talk to customers. We are paying to enjoy and not to crib. Total waste of money. The food quality is very bad as well.
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FromUS$65
4.3/518 Reviews
The Hotel had rooms and apartments both. We were with a group tour and got an apartment for stay. It was spacious and to some extent, it was OK. We were staying in one building and and for breakfast and dinner, we had to move in another building and this movement, we did not like at all. The dining space was worse. It looked like as if a garage had been converted into a dining space. It was smelling badly. The quality of food was also very bad. We were given this hotel, stating it to be of premium hotel category but it was not at all of that standard. It does not give a hotel feeling. I will never recommend this hotel to anyone.
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FromUS$71
4.6/56 Reviews
I stayed here 5 nights while attending a conference at Monash University Prato. The room was small but adequate, with a decent shower and comfortable bed. I was surprised to find there was no iron in the room (and not available anywhere in the hotel!) although this seems to be an issue elsewhere in Prato too. The air conditioning wasn't very effective so I was glad it was not hot outside! The breakfast buffet was good and well worth adding into your room rate. WiFi was fast and easy to use. I didn't have a car but there was (paid) parking literally outside, and it's only a few minutes walk to Prato Centrale train station, or in the other direction into town. This is a reasonable base for a stay in Prato but not to the four-star standard one would expect elsewhere.
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FromUS$63
4.6/58 Reviews
We booked late and arrived early! The gentleman at reception could not have been more helpful, even managing to get a booking for us at Che Ciccia C'e, the best steak restaurant in Prato, and probably Florence. Nothing was too much trouble, the rooms comfortable, the location great with underground parking. We retuen 2 times a year and The president will be our hotel of choice from now on.
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FromUS$62
4.4/513 Reviews
I was on a west europe tour and change hotels almost daily, and compared to the other hotels I say, I can say this is the less pleasant. Some of the rooms got kettle, and some are not. The worse part is on breakfast. Our tour leader say that breakfast time is 8 AM and I go down at 7.50, the waitress refuse to let us in and tell us to wait until 8 AM. AT 8 AM, the breakfast is not completely ready. Some of the table is not set yet, the coffee machine only give you water and froth when I want to get cappucino or hot chocs. Not much food variety, and they only give you 3 jar of water for the whole group (no refills when it's running out). Lastly when its 8.40, the female waiters (the same waiters that forbid us to breakfast before) start to stack up the chairs roughly that it seem rude to the guest that still eating. The saving points is at the night before, the bar man when I have dinner at the bar is giving a kind service to us. But the breakfast is terrible experience.
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FromUS$68
4.5/510 Reviews
Beautiful place to stay in charming Prato. We were a few couples attending a conference at Monash. Each couple had a room with a private bathroom. Kitchen, living room, and patio are shared. The place is clean and spacious and the patio is fantastic. Alessandro is the owner and was very friendly and helpful. He recommended good restaurants in Prato and Florence. His wife owns a cafe in town where they make the best biscotti you'll ever have. There were complimentary biscotti and pastries, and a nice little espresso machine in the kitchen. Highly recommend this place if you’re in Prato!
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FromUS$70
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