About this listing
Availability on request. Cimabue is a large spacious apartment on the first floor of the Palazzo. It has two separate sleeping areas, one double bedroom upstairs from the main living area and one bedroom with 2 single beds off the dining room and also a large sofa bed in the living area. The apartment also has a small terrace which can be accessed from the main bedroom.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and fridge.
The two bathrooms, one upstairs an ensuite to the main bedroom, and the other down stairs next to the single room, have bath/shower, toilet and bidet.
The kitchen is fully equipped for all your cooking needs.
There is a free laundry with washers and dryers available on site for clients use. For families with a baby there is also a cot available on request at not extra cost.
On entering the main door of the Palazzo there is a reception area with onsite assistance and there is also an underground garage which is available to clients for a small daily fee of 20 euro. Satellite TV is provided and free WI FI connection is available.
There is a fresh fruit and vegetable market a few minutes walk and also a supermarket. The Palazzo is just across the road from what was once Michelangelo's house, now a beautiful museum and also a few minutes walk from the church of Santa Croce. All other monuments are within a 10 minute walk. The Santa Croce area boasts a selection of restaurant, pizzeria and enoteca (wine bars).
If you require the services of an informative entertaining tour guide to see Florence or take a trip through the beautiful Chianti hills please let me know and I can arrange everything.
Check in between 1 - 5pm
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Cancel up to 30 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 30 days of the trip and get a 50% refund of the nightly rate, as well as a full refund of fees.
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