A beautiful centrally located & up-to-date 4 bedroom luxury apartment in Central Florence. Walking distance to all the must see landmarks! From $13,400 per week
Florence Apartments Apartment 8
Rarely have we seen such grandiosity in Florence: starting from materials and home automation integrated amongst frescoes and modern pieces, to the use of space - the main suite surpasses 80 Sq.Mt.-, this is arguably one of the top properties of the region and certainly the most luxurious in Florence. Located in one of the most renowned residential neighbourhoods of Florence and right in the centre, with sight over the ‘serliana’ of Gallery of Uffizi, this property is walking distant to a number of restaurants, shops, bakeries and great shops, not to mention all the landmarks of Florence: Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza Santa Croce, Palazzo Pitti with Boboli Gardens and Ponte Vecchio. This small, stunning city, atmosphere is buzzy, happy; in fact, this type of location really adds value to the beauty of the property itself, a fabulous 400 square meters of living space in contemporary style and luxurious furnishing. While internationally famous attractions are just minutes away of an easy walk, guest’s local concierge will be available to book private cars to explore the surrounding areas as well, including those off the beaten path villages that shall never be missed, and to provide a complete list of events and concerts happening all around the property during their stay, while our selection of places and restaurants will be sent prior to arrival.
4 BEDROOM / 5 BATHROOMS (2 bedrooms are sofa bedrooms of great quality - 8 guests is the maximum number of guests this property can accommodate)
Features & Amenities -
- The property offers 400 SQMT of living space
- WI-FI and air conditioning throughout (home automation that controls Air Conditioning & Home Theatre)
- The palazzo is located is 5 minutes away from Palazzo Vecchio and the Dome of Florence
- Flat screen TV • Advanced sound system • DVD player • iPod deck
- Instant circulation system • Continuous hot pressurized water supply
- Design furnishing
- Check-in & Check-out professional service
- Remote Concierge & Emergency Service 24/7
- Guest Travel Planning Service
- Change of bath room towels twice a week (Saturday, Tuesday); Change of bed linen (Saturday);
- Daily cleaning service Monday to Saturday (3 hours per day); Final cleaning
- Gas (Heating); Electricity (Air Conditioning), Water and Wi-Fi consumptions are all included
Layout Description -
1 Main living room • 1 Courtesy bathroom • 1 Double bedroom (2 people) with en-suite bathroom • 1 Extra double sofa bed in a double bedroom en-suite bathroom • 1 Main living room with a kitchenette • 1 Laundry Room with washer & dryer • 1 Double bedroom (2 people) with private bathroom • 1 Adjacent sofa bed bedroom (2 people) with private bathroom
City Details: Florence -
Florence is an open-air exhibit of art and culture. It is known worldwide as the heart of the Renaissance, and the home of fine art and literature. Today, the essence of Florence could safely be said to exist in the city’s constantly restored art and architecture, their appearance and functionality altered only by their numbers in years - signature examples include Fillippo Brunelleschi’s Duomo and Michelangelo’s timeless statue of David, arguably the most recognisable and widely known image of western culture to date. The romantic Ponte Vecchio, one of Europe’s last fully stone bridges, or even Giotto’s bell tower might give Florence the notoriety it deserves. None of these structures, artistic, architectural, or functional would stand, being worthy of generations of detailed restoration, if it weren’t for the thinking of Renaissance men and thinkers including Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, or Dante Aligheri: their impact changed our visual and literary world forever, and Florence is the city in which it all began: in fact, Florence, the city of the lily, gave birth to the Renaissance and changed the way we see the world. Even the geographic locations of Tuscany and Florence, in the middle of the Italian peninsula, seem premeditated to make it easy for visitors to travel here from all parts of Italy with relative ease.
- Property Type
- Florence Apartments
- Special Selection
- Deluxe World Class Property
- Within walking distance of a village
Daily cleaning service Monday to Saturday (3 hours per day); Final cleaning | Change of bath room towels twice a week (Saturday, Tuesday); Change of bed linen (Saturday)
Tax & Local Concierge €680 per week (the local concierge can be requested to guide guests and/or do grocery and activities for guest at the cost of € 25 plus 22% vat per hour); Damage Deposit and Refundable Deposit for extras, activities and grocery 30% on rental value to be sent with balance
Located in Central Florence
Recommended Local Restaurants
Ora D’Aria- via de' Georgofili 11/13 r Tel. 552001699 www.oradariaristorante.com/en/odaprofile_en.html The dining room at this one star Michelin restaurant faces the open-view kitchen, allowing a continuous exchange of dialogue between chefs and diners. The cuisine focuses on mainly Tuscan produce served in dishes that blend traditional skill with contemporary style. Very creative. Our best dining experience in Florence during our April 2105 trip. Expensive
Mangia Pizza Firenze. Very, very good spot for a pizza. Via Lambertesca 24/26 Tel. 055 287595 Inexpensive
Carapina Via Lambertesca 18/R Tel. 055 291128 Good gelato
Gastronomia "Le Tre Comari" Via Lambertesca 22 Tel. 055219162 Little bistro, good for a quick lunch. Also you can take out. Inexpensive
Osteria Vecchio Vicolo Via Lambertesca 16r Tel. 0552654512 Another place good for a quick lunch. Inexpensive
Santo Bevitore-via Santo Spirito 64-66red Tel. 055.211.264 www.ilsantobevitore.com Very good trattoria. Food is creative, atmosphere informal, décor good, and prices are very reasonable. It is very popular, so make reservations.
Quattro Leone-Piazza dell Passera Tel. 055.218. www.4leoni.com Great setting. If the weather is good and you want to eat outside, the atmosphere here is one of the best in town. Good pasta and grilled meats. Moderate prices
Essenziale-Piazza di Cestello, 3, 50124 Tel. 055.2476956 http://essenziale.me/?lang=en The hottest new opening in Florence is without a doubt this restaurant headed by popular chef Simone Cipriani, formally of Santo Graal. Inside, you’ll find a contemporary, intimate atmosphere. With a small drawer at every table with your “tools” (forks, knives and spoons) to help you along what will certainly be an interesting gastronomic affair. I went with Nico for his birthday dinner and we opted for the five-course tasting menu (55€) which was absolutely phenomenal. The cuisine is inventive and creative, imagine a take on Tuscany’s classic “pappa al pomodoro” called “papa Mary” with bloody mary elements of horseradish gelato and a spritz of vodka. Also, a great Sunday brunch! Expensive
Osteria Personale-Bogro San Frediano, 167red Tel 055.933.1341 www.io-osteriapersonale.it Very hot right now. Very creative food, casual atmosphere, nice décor. Choose a tasting menu. No pasta. Moderate prices
Olio e Convivium-Via di Santo Spirito 4 Tel. 055.265.8198 www.conviviumfirenze.it This is the way all Italian restaurants should look inside. The slow food ingredients are the freshest. Moderate prices
La Pentola dell’Oro-Via di Mezzo24-26r Tel 055.241.808 www.lapentoladelloro.it This is something a little different. The chef specializes in historical recipes from the renaissance. The restaurant is a little crowded inside, but the food is good. Moderate prices
Frescobaldi Wine Bar-Via del Magazzini4r Tel. 055.284.724 www.deifrescobaldi.it Great place, right down town You can accompany your food with any of the Frescobaldi wines by the glass. The atmosphere is very nice, too. Moderate prices
Coquinarius Wine Bar-Via delle Oche 15r TYel. 055. 23.02.153 www.coquinarius.com Quite a serious wine bar, very near the cathedral. Has some great pasta and salads, and is one of the few places in Florence that serves all day. Moderate prices
Borgo San Jacopo-Borgo San Jacopo 82r Tel 055.281.661 www.lungarnocollection.com/en/eat-drink-e-shop/restaurant-borgo-san-jacopo-florence/ The Ferragamo’s Family’s fine dining restaurant in the Hotel Lungarno. This restaurant is very pretty, as is everyone who works there. The food is creative and/or a lighter version of Tuscan fare. There is also a wide choice of fish dishes, which is rare in Florence. Expensive
Alle Murate- via del Proconsolo 16 r. Tel: via del Proconsolo 16 r Tel+055240618 www.allemurate.it/?lang=eng This fine dining restaurant is open to visitors during the day and in the evening (upon request); an audio-guide provides information on the frescoes and archaeological ruins visible here. The menu is also influenced by the past, with its emphasis on traditional, regional cuisine. A unique experience! Expensive
Osteria Caffe Italiano- Via Isola delle Stinche 11 Tel. 055289368 www.osteriacaffeitaliano.com In the Sante Croce area. These fine premises are part of a historic building. Wood furnishings predominate in the three small dining halls where the cuisine is largely based on Tuscan recipes. There is a fine wine list. Moderate pricing
Enoteca Pinchiorri- via Ghibellina 87 Tel. 055242777 http://enotecapinchiorri.it/la-cantina/ Florence's temple of gourmet dining, this elegant Michelin 3 star restaurant boasts a legendary wine list that will delight wine enthusiasts. The chef uses Tuscan specialties as the inspiration for his highly skillful, imaginative and innovative cuisine. One must keep in mind that this is not just going out to dinner, but an actual experience, including fantastic food, unbelievable service, an unpanelled wine program, and a large dose of theatre. Be prepared to pay 500 Euro per person, and if everything is working in harmony, the experience is well worth it.
Il Santo Graal- via Romana 70r Tel. 0552286533 055 2286533 0 055 2286533 55 228653www.ristorantesantograal.it/room.html An elegant and minimalist ambience pervades the Santo Graal. This gourmet restaurant run by a young chef brings new life to Tuscan traditions with his intense flavours and reinterpretations of local culinary favorites. Upper moderate pricing.
La Bottega Del Buon Café Bistrot - via Antonio Pacinotti 40r Tel. 0555535677 http://www.borgointhecity.com/en/la-bottegadel-buon-caffe/#0 You will have to get off the well-worn tourist trail to find this Michelin one star gourmet restaurant! The cuisine focuses on high quality produce, often served as very simple dishes that are not only from Tuscany. A plainer and less expensive menu is available at lunchtime. Very nice décor. Upper moderate to expensive.
All’Antico Vinaio- Via dei Neri 65r 055 2382723 Great sandwich shop. Inexpensive
Furlin-via Giampaolo Orsini 113r 50125 Firenze Tel. +39 055 684931 http://www.fulin.it/contatti/ Here is something different fpr Florence, a Chinese restaurant, and a very very good one at that. It has even made it in Italy’s foodie magazine, Gambero Rosso. Fulin is out to make quality Chinese cuisine the way you would find in Hong Kong or Beijing, in a beautiful ambiance in a suburban (and easy to get to) neighborhood. This will no doubt impress even the Florentines. I had the chance to lunch there recently and wow, just wow. This is top notch on every level. Antipasti range around 7-8€ while larger courses 12-15€. I highly recommend sharing a variety of dim sum like dishes, especially the bamboo carrot involtini, a variety of freshly-made dumplings, rice noodles with chinese mushrooms, and cantonese pork, twice-fried with an orange sauce. Don’t skip dessert either! Moderate Prices
Irene- Tel. +39 055 27 35 891 https://www.roccofortehotels.com/hotels-and-resorts/hotel-savoy/restaurant-and-bar/irene/ Chef Fulvio Pierangelini shocked the culinary world when he shuttered his two-Michelin-star restaurant Gambero Rosso in 2009. Several years ago, after a brief hiatus from cooking, he became executive chef of Rocco Forte Hotels, and in April he opened the Irene restaurant at the regal Hotel Savoy in Florence. The Florentine bistro overlooks the vibrant Piazza della Repubblica and is named after the mother of Sir Rocco Forte, CEO of Rocco Forte Hotels. Irene was an accomplished cook and hostess, and the restaurant is a tribute to Italian mothers and grandmothers everywhere, says Pierangelini, who describes the restaurant as “mischievous, irreverent, and cheeky.” Very good food in a chic atmosphere and in good weather, a fantastic terrace on Piazza Republica, in the very heart of Florence's historic center. Expensive
Cantinetta Antinori-Piazza Antinori 3, Florence Tel. 055 292234 www.cantinetta-antinori.com/it/firenze/cantinetta-antinori-di-firenze Upscale retaurant and wine bar on the ground floor of the Antinori Palace, where the Antinori have lived for 600 years. The restaurant serves Tuscan food, mainly sourced from the Antinori estates. The real joy here is that you can order any Antinori wine by the glass, including bottles coating hundreds of Euro. Upper moderate-Expensive.
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VILLA & APARTMENT RENTALS ARE 100% NON-REFUNDABLE & we therefore recommend travel insurance for all of our clients (we would be happy to provide quotes for you • Rates are confirmed upon Deposit • Final Balance due 120 prior to check-in • Minimum Stay 3-7 night based on season • Pets are not allowed at this property • Smoking is not allowed at this property • The property is suitable for children of all ages • The property is quite suitable for people with restricted mobility
Prices include all taxes, agency fees, foreign exchange fees, and credit card fees.
Jan 01 - Apr 13 $13,400 Weekly
Apr 14 - Jun 01 $17,860 Weekly
Jun 02 - Sep 07 $22,375 Weekly
Sep 08 - Oct 13 $17,860 Weekly
Oct 14 - Dec 31 $13,400 Weekly
Christmas & Easter Holidays are $22,175 per week
*PLEASE NOTE: Rates are subject to change until deposit it made
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