Double Room with View Hotel in Florence
Elegant Double rooms with view in Florence Centre
Elegant and classic Double rooms with view, soundproofed and carefully furnished to suit all the needs of travelers and welcome them in maximum comfort.
Double bed (can be separated into two standard single beds upon request), and linens are changed on a daily basis, but you can also choose to change them less often, with respect for the environment.
Private bathroom with towels and slippers, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi are just some of the comforts available to our guests, which can all be viewed on the Services page.
Among the standard double rooms are the following, customized with names:
Besides its particular brightness, along with their elegance and soundproof walls, our double rooms with a view enjoy a special panorama across the city and, in particular, the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore or the Medici Chapels, which great our guests when they wake up in the morning.
Spacious and full of detail, like the chairs covered in fabric matching the rest of the upholstery, the marble suitcase rack and desk, the headboard upholstered with the same pattern of the curtains.
Some double rooms with a view have a private balcony so that our guests may enjoy the view of the Dome under the warm light of a sunset, which makes a cocktail hour before leaving for dinner magical… everything to make our guests feel at home.
At the end of the day, a nice hot bath will recharge you, after a full day walking tours, shopping, and museums, to experience our Florence by night.
1) Orlandini: The grand palazzo near the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore
2) Statua: The Madonna with Child in Santa Maria Maggiore
3) 100 Finestre: overlooking the famous building with 100 windows, or building of the Centaur, in Via de’ Cerretani
4) Cerretani: a lively street that bears the name of an ancient family of feudal nobility
5) San Giovannino: young patron saint of Florence
6) San Gaetano: Florentine baroque Church in Piazza Antinori
7) Cuspide: crowning of the facade of Santa Maria Maggiore
8) San Salvatore: Church of the archbishop of Florence
9) Opera: Institution that has attended to the Florentine cathedral over the centuries
10) Martelli: historic city street that takes its name from the Martelli family
11) Avelli: tombs outside the Church of Santa Maria Novella
12) Portale: Gothic entrance of Santa Maria Maggiore
13) Carnesecchi: Florentine family with patronage of Santa Maria Maggiore
14) Porcellino: one of the most popular monuments in Florence
15) Battistero: dedicated to San Giovanni Battista, patron saint of the city
16) Stazione: created by Michelucci and considered a masterpiece of Italian Rationalism
17) Santa Maria Maggiore: one of the oldest churches and one of the first dedicated to the Madonna
18) Vecchietti: Noble Florentine family, its chapel in Santa Trinita is a Renaissance masterpiece
19) Davanzati: known Florentine economist; his name was given to a famous Florentine Palace
20) Berta: name of head of a statue from the Roman era inserted in the outer wall of Santa Maria Maggiore
21) Maria Luisa: the last member of the de’ Medici family, who was very important in the history of the city
22) Santa Maria Del Fiore: the Cathedral of Florence, among the most important of Christianity
23) San Lorenzo: the first Church in Renaissance style designed by Brunelleschi
24) Principi: the Medici, the family that dominated Florence for three centuries