Via dei Calzaiuoli 13 NERO, 50122 Florence Italy
Just steps away from the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Rodo offers guests unprecedented access to Florence’s most famous sights

Immerse yourself in the heart of Florentine culture with a stay at Rodo. Just metres away from the famed Piazza del Duomo and Cathedral of Maria del Fiore, the city’s most famous landmarks and sights are all close by. The building itself is a testament to the cultural livelihood of the region with its historical furnishings and classic architecture. For a real treat, take an afternoon to get lost in the city’s narrow, bustling streets, and find a hidden gem of your own. 

Rodo provides a fully digital guest journey, so there’s no onsite reception. Instead, guests receive a PIN code to access the building and their rooms, & our Guest Experience team is available 24/7 to answer any questions or concerns! 

Amenities at Rodo
  • Contactless Check-In

    Contactless Check-In

  • Central Location

    Central Location

  • Curated Neighbourhood Guides

    Curated Neighbourhood Guides

  • Local Breakfast Available

    Local Breakfast Available

  • High-speed WiFi

    High-speed WiFi

  • Laptop Friendly

    Laptop Friendly

  • Kitchen in some rooms

    Kitchen in some rooms

  • Iron and Ironing Board Upon Request

    Iron and Ironing Board Upon Request

  • Paid parking nearby

    Paid parking nearby

  • Lugagge Storage

    Lugagge Storage

Our Rooms


Lois S.

about 8 days ago

This is the perfect place to stay in Florence. Great location, clean and spacious room with everything you need. Would definitely stay here again.

Spencer S.

about 25 days ago

Everything was fine except The room temperature was centralized . And it was never cold . Tolerable but not comfortable .

Anna L.

about a month ago

Fantastic stay! I was in a pinch and booked this place last minute. I was very happy with location, how secure the place felt, and the cleanliness of the room. Recommend!

Discover Duomo with us

In Florence, the area around the impressive Cathedral of Maria del Fiore is as central as it gets. One of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, Duomo is a labyrinth of twisting allies and tiny squares. Everywhere you turn, you’ll find restaurants, cafes, gelaterias and shops. If you’re on the search for landmarks and a little culture, you’re in the perfect spot. The Uffizi Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio are just to the south; San Marco, the Accademia (with Michelangelo’s David within) and the Orto Botanico di Firenze (Europe’s third oldest botanical gardens) to the north. 

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Where to Eat

Florence is absolutely filled with culinary delights to sample. With endless winding alleys and streets to explore, you’ll never go hungry in this city of culture. Though there’s plenty of options aimed at tourists, there’s a wealth of authentic, delicious local eateries covering a wide spectrum of prices, from the high-class candlelit options to the cheap and unforgettable street food. 


Enjoy the finer things in life? The city is a haven for treasure-hunters and cultural aficionados alike. With thousands of tiny shops filling the maze-like inner city, you’ll be immersed in a world of souvenirs, art, and luxury goods. For quality items at reasonable prices, you can’t miss the Via Gioberti shopping street, just next to the old city. Looking for a little elegance? Check out Via de Tornabuoni for the city’s best high-class shopping.  


Though it’s known for its remarkable art & architecture, Florence boasts a handful of incredible parks as well. Rich in history, many of the city’s green spaces are immaculately preserved remnants of bygone eras. Some, like the Giardino della Gherardesca, feature elegant fountains and captivating gardens. Others, like Parco delle Cascine, offer locals & tourists alike a laid-back place to relax in the sunshine. 


Entering Florence’s Old City is like travelling back in time. It’s filled to the brim with historic buildings, galleries and museums, all tightly packed into the beautiful and labyrinthine streets. For art lovers, Michelangelo’s David at Galleria dell'Accademia or the many exhibitions at the Palazzo Strozzi are required stops. For the scientists among us, you can learn about the natural world at La Specola or check out the city’s astronomical accomplishments at the Museo Galileo.

Info & Guidelines

<p>Breakfast info</p>

Breakfast info

Come to Sophia Loren Restaurant for a lovely breakfast! Located at Via dei Brunelleschi, 11—only a 2-minute walk from Rodo.

<p>Check-in Time: 15:00</p>

Check-in Time: 15:00

Check-in is from 15:00 onwards. Early check-in available upon request

<p>Check-out Time: 11:00</p>

Check-out Time: 11:00

Our standard check-out time is 11:00. Late check-out may be available upon request

<p>Self Check-In</p>

Self Check-In

Easily check in with your very own PIN code 

<p>Pets Allowed</p>

Pets Allowed

Pets are welcome! For a small additional cost you can bring your four-legged friends.

<p>No Reception&nbsp;</p>

No Reception 

With our digital guest journey, there's no need for a reception--or waiting in lines! 



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