Availability on request. Masaccio apartment is a comfortable spacious apartment on two levels with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, it can sleep up to 6 people. There is a main bedroom and then an attic style room with two single beds which is reached via a spiral staircase. There is ample light as a skylight allows natural light to enter.
Masaccio apartment features traditional Tuscan decor with terracotto paving and exposed oak beam ceiling. On the first floor is the kitchen and spacious bright living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with all your cooking needs. The apartment has one bathroom, with bath/shower, toilet and bidet.
In the living area there is a large comfortable sofa bed. An attractive balcony extends the living area and also enables you to enjoy dining out in the warmer months from April until October.
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. There is a laundry located on site which is available for clients use at not extra cost 24 hours a day. For people travelling with a baby a cot can be provided on request free of charge. Masaccio apartment TV is satellite and WI FI connection is available.
A well strocked fresh fruit and vegetable market is located a few minutes walk from the Palazzo and also a supermarket. The Palazzo is just across the road from Michelangel'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).
Check in from 1pm until 5pm. This is flexible on arrangement.
Check out 11am
The imposed tourist tax is 1 euro per person.
Car park 20 euros per day payable on arrival.
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