laundry mart

The price tag of hotel laundry service always give me headache, so usually we tried to find a laundromart. Any one know a good in some italian cities such as Florence, Rome, Milan, etc. Thanks.

Tony

Posted by Ken
Vernon, Canada
22015 posts

Tony,

I know of laundromats in both Florence and Rome, but it would help to know which area your hotel will be in both cities, as the laundries may not be too close.

Posted by Larry
Carmel, CA, USA
714 posts

Which would be helpful depends a lot on where you are staying in each city or town. I think you would get some leads just by googling the name of each city with the word "laundromat". As for me, the only one I used was in San Gimignano, and a good one it was. Would that information be of any help to you? I could give directions for finding it.

Posted by Frank
Tresana, Highlands Ranch, CO, USA
13081 posts

Laundromats are everywhere ranging from complete self service to staffed (which we prefer) so it hard to provide you with any type of list. Just ask your hotel for directions. However, we have often found that the hotel laundry service in the smaller hotels is very reasonable.

Posted by Quirite
Rome, Lazio, Italy
370 posts

Note that a laundromat is called "lavanderia" in Italian. A dry-cleaner is called "tintoria" instead.