Comfortable and modern in central location
1 double bed, 2 single sofa beds
Santa Maria Novella
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- DVD player
- hob cooker (electric)
- coffee maker
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- only foot/taxi access
- partial air-conditioning
Cheerful and modern apartment recently renovated just steps away from Santa Maria Novella.
LThe Libra apartment is situated in a central street in the district that grew around Piazza Santa Maria Novella and enjoys a very privileged position in this vibrant area of Florence.
The Libra apartment is located on the 2nd floor without elevator access, and has been recently renovated and furnished in a modern and linear style. It is characterized by hardwood floors and is ornamented by typical architecture and decorative elements. This accommodation is comfortable and practical and comprises of a living/dining room, a bedroom, a small kitchen and a bathroom. The living room is comfortable and practical, and carefully arranged to house an area where guests can relax on a large sofa (which can transform for the night into two single beds for 3rd and 4th guest), and a dining area with a wooden table and four chairs. This area leads to the spacious and harmonious bedroom, which houses a large double bed framed by a romantic inlaid wood headboard and a sizeable wardrobe for guests' personal belongings. The kitchen is compact and practical and fully equipped, and the bathroom is simple and modern in style, and is equipped with a shower. The apartment also has air conditioning (in the bedroom), independent heating, a washing machine, a TV and Internet access.
Compact, modern and central, the Libra apartment is an excellent choice for a couple or a small family who want to explore the city of Florence in comfort.
Santa Maria Novella
Across the street from the train station, the area around Piazza Santa Maria Novella is perhaps the most varied neighborhood in the city. The urban streets leading to the station are pretty busy (both cars and people) while the other side of the grassy Piazza is formed by narrow, serpentine little streets, beautiful buildings, and top-notch shopping.
The area stretches from the mail railway station, a rare example of the city’s modern architecture to Via Tornabuoni, the city’s prime shopping center. Between these two extremes you will find a mixed bag of attractions. Santa Maria Novella, for example is one of the city’s largest and most prestigious churches, crammed with sacred art; The Santa Trinità church is home to the outstanding fresco cycle by Domenico Ghirlandaio; and the shopping street of Via della Vigna Nuova boasts the lion’s share of Florence’s designers. In other streets such as Borgo Ognissanti you can find an overspill of smarter stores and designer’s ateliers. Artisans’ furniture and other workshops can also be found around Via della Porcellana.
Best of all: you are close to the station but, at the same time, you are in the heart of the city, only a 5-10 minute walk from all the main city monuments, churches and museums.