Four luxurious apartments with a suggestive atmosphere with a direct view of the Basilica of Santa Croce.
Located on the 3rd and last floor of a prestigious building, with elevator, in the heart of Florence, in the famous Santa Croce district where the most ancient artisan shops of the city live. All apartments are equipped with the best comforts including a kitchen equipped with microwave oven, coffee machine and kettle, suitable for couples and families. The apartments have sizes from 60 sqm to 200 sqm.
Three apartments have a small terrace where you can enjoy moments of relaxation with a magical view over the rooftops of the city and the Basilica of Santa Croce.
The whole floor can be booked exclusively and can accommodate up to 14 guests in double rooms with bathroom, as well as 3 extra sofa beds. For a maximum in total of 20 people. Ideal for those traveling with their family, for groups of friends or for private events.
Our concierge service is at your disposal during your stay.
Service on request through our partner Travel Setter, with extra charge:
We would be pleased to assist you with planning local experiences suitable for adults and kids.
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Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence
Neo-Gothic Franciscan church known for its Giotto frescoes, plus tombs of Michelangelo & Galileo.
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
Landmark 1200s cathedral known for its red-tiled dome, colored marble facade & elegant Giotto tower.
Baptistery of San Giovanni
The Baptistery of San Giovanni is one of the oldest churches in Florence, located in front of the Cathedral, the church of Santa Maria del Fiore.
Museum of the Opera del Duomo
It is a museum in Florence, on the north-east side of the Piazza del Duomo. It collects works of art from the sacred complex of the Duomo of Florence, the Baptistery and Giotto's Bell Tower, with a very important nucleus of Gothic and Renaissance statuary.
16th-century building housing vast collection of Primitive & Renaissance paintings & masterpieces.
Fortified, 13th-century palace housing lavishly decorated chambers & ornate courtyards.
Hospital of Innocents
Orphanage with portico by Brunelleschi. Europe's oldest foundling hospital, with terracotta reliefs of babies by Andrea della Robbia.