The comfort and functionality of this beautiful apartment plus an excellent location makes it the perfect base for your stay in the historic center of Florence. The quiet locale is ideal for relaxing after a busy day of visiting museums, churches and monuments.
Central heat, iron and ironing board, TV, fully equipped kitchen cooking utensils, refrigerator, microwave, gas stove and oven, coffee maker, juicer, toaster, bathroom with shower, washing machine, bed linen and towels, radio CD-player. Unlimited, Internet WIFI.
1 Bedrooms, 2 Bath, Sleeps max. 6
A characteristically Italian, fully renovated 1 bedroom, 2 bath apartment comfortably sleeps 6. This 3rd floor apartment,with out elevator, occupies 1022 square feet of an historic building dating to the 1400s. You enter the building through majestic double doors and ascend to the apartment on an elegant staircase. The entrance hallway is large and spacious with an exposed wood beamed ceiling, a tiled floor and is furnished with antique Italian furniture. The large living room, also with Italian antiques and a tiled floor, has a double bed and a single bed sleep sofas. The fully equipped modern kitchen has everything at your finger tip for preparing Italian meals or a quick snack. The massive master bedroom has 2 twin beds which easily convert to a queen depending on your needs, a twin bed and a large and spacious closet. There are 2 bathrooms. One has a stall shower. The other has a tub shower. The apartment is very bright. There are wonderful views of Brunelleschi's famous Duomo dome from the living and bedroom window.
The apartment is located in the heart of the historic center on Via dei Servi, between the Duomo and Piazza of the Holy Annunciation. It is in the San Marco district of central Florence which is popular with young artists and fashionistas, and home to the busy Piazza Santissima Annunziata, one of the city’s most stunning squares. It is just behind the Accademia Museum, home to the famous David by Michelangelo. You are just a few steps from Piazza Signoria, the Uffizi Gallery , St. Lawrence Market, Republic Square and the famous Ponte Vecchio. The historic center is a mostly pedestrian area and getting to all the points of interest on foot is fast and easy.