In the heart of Florence historic centre this apartment is located in a traditional XIV century Renaissance palace. Here The guests can feel the cosy atmosphere of an ancient patrician dwelling and feel like home away from home.
This 80 sqm apartment is spacious and offers a perfect environment to enjoy a holiday in Florence.
The interiors are decorated in an elegant and minimalist style, with particular care for details as exposed wooden beams, parquet floors, fabrics and white and warm tones.
The apartments is split over two levels.
On the first floor there is the hall the living room provided with a double sofa bed the kitchen the laundry and a bathroom.
On the second floor there is a double bedroom with ensuite with shower and a separate dressing room.
The kitchen is modern red and well equipped with dishwasher fridge and an electric oven.
The living room has a double sofa bed and a modern satellite TV with CD, DVD player.
The apartment has air conditioning and Internet connection. 80 sq m
Min.daily rental: 3 nights
Electricity up to 200 kwh per week. Extra needs to be paid on checkout.
Check in: between 16.00-20.00 Check out: 8.00 – 10.00
40% Deposit on booking.
Area in Florence
In the heart of Florence historic Centre just 500 metres from Duomo and Ponte Vecchio.
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Washing Machine
- Final cleaning Included
- Electricity, water, gas included
- CD Player
- DVD Player
- Central heating
- Fridge and freezer
- Close to shops
- In city center
- Min. stay 3 nights
- Walk to famous sites
Florence is the jewel of Tuscany, Italy filled to the brim with precious art and sculptures and architecture. When travelling to Italy you have to go to Florence. It is a must do! The city was born out of the golden age of the Renaissance where art and culture were celebrated and revered by the city’s designers.
The genius that sprung out of this nurtured environment such as Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Cellini and Dante, lifted the whole of Western Civilization into a new era, one where education, beauty and fine craftsmanship was valued and Florence shows this off in all its finest glory.