Exceptional, with a large garden!
4 single beds, 3 double beds
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- Wheelchair suitable
- TDT television
- hob cooker (gas)
Spacious 200sqm apartment, central and full of charm, in Florence's historic centre
The extraordinary characteristics of the Mendelssohn apartment ensure that guests have the opportunity to enjoy an exceptional experience, staying just a few minutes from all of the city's most interesting sites, guests have the added privilege of enjoying their own large, private garden.
With features that make it one of a kind, the Mendelssohn apartment is located on the ground floor of an antique building in Florence's historic centre, and it is distributed over two levels. Enhanced by splendid vaulted ceilings with exposed wooden beams, this apartment features wide ceilings and spacious, welcoming rooms.
The living area is a large, open space that houses a lounge area with sofas and armchairs, and a dining area with a table that has seating for 10 guests. The kitchen, decorated in pastel colours, is modern and equipped with a whole range of cooking utensils and appliances. The master bedroom has a double bed, wardrobe and desk, while the two other bedrooms have mezzanine levels, double beds and wardrobes, and on the mezzanine levels, twin beds to complete the apartment's total sleeping capacity of ten.
The four bathrooms have been recently redone and each features an unique colour palette, all are fitted with showers. The splendid furnished patio has chairs and tables, and it overlooks a large private garden, making it the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail in the evening.
Incredibly spacious and central, the Mendelssohn apartment is the perfect solution for a large group looking to have an unforgettable experience in 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.