Availability on request. Vasari 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 with a terrace and one bedroom with 2 single beds with terrace. There is also a large sofa bed in the living area downstairs.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and fridge, microwave, gastop cooker, coffee maker.
There are two bathrooms, one upstairs an ensuite to the main bedroom, and the other down stairs next to the single room, both have shower, toilet and bidet.
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 18 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 1pm and 5pm. For arrivals after 7pm late fee payable of 30 euro.
There is a 1 euro city tax fee payable at the check in.
No smoking in the rooms.
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