Elegant, comfortable and central
2 single beds, 1 double bed, 1 double sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- DVD player
- coffee maker
- satellite TV
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- only foot/taxi access
- hob cooker (gas)
Comfortable one bedroom apartment situated just a few steps away from Santa Croce Basilica.
Located in one of the most prestigious districts of Florence’s historical center, the BARGELLO apartment could definitely be the answer for a family or a group of friends (it can accommodate up to 6 people) who want to experience the true essence of Florence.
Located on the second floor of an ancient building with elevator (although there are about 20 steps to reach the elevator), The BARGELLO apartment has plenty of character and comes with some great features such as wood floors in all rooms, high ceilings, elegant and comfortable furniture...
The living/dining area is a perfect place to enjoy some quiet and relaxing moments after a day of city adventure and comes with a sofa bed which could accommodate two additional guests, a flat TV, stereo and a dining table with 4 chairs. In this area you can also find a characteristic mezzanine level, accessible by an iron spiral staircase, which houses two single beds. The open kitchen is functional and fully equipped to ensure the guests can prepare any kind of meal should they wish to.
The bedroom features a double bed and comes with an armchair and a wardrobe for guests’ belongings. Finally, the bathroom is fresh and simple and it features a shower unit as well as fresh towels ready for use on your arrival.
Overall, the BARGELLO apartment is a fantastic choice for visiting with friends or family and absorbing the pleasure of the very best of Florence.
Santa Croce is the eastern edge of the historical center along the Arno river and takes the name from the Florence’s pantheon and one of its most remarkable churches. This neighborhood provide a rare glimpse of workaday Florence – an area few tourist penetrate, with lively markets and tiny workshops .
In addition to the great Santa Croce church and its museum, the other main cultural attractions in this part of the city are the Bargello Palace, which house one of Italy’s most important museum , the Museo Horne, a pleasing collection of art treasures and the Casa Buonarroti, the former home of Michelangelo.
Piazza dei Ciompi is the venue of Mercato delle Pulci, the flea market where you can buy interesting items at modest cost. A short distance to the east, is the Mercato St. Ambrogio, the city centre’s main food market after San Lorenzo. Be aware that the stallholders bring their prices down in the last hour of trading!
You will also find the largest selection of shops, bars and restaurants here. These include the city’s three finest and most expensive restaurants – Cibreo, Pinchiorri and Alle Murate, but also a variety of good mid-price options. By night, this is the liveliest part of town and, with most of its streets pedestrianised and many of the buildings illuminated, the perfect venue for an after-dinner stroll.