À propos de ce logement
Unique apartment displaying a marvelous terrace, The exclusive feature of this accommodation is the stunning view of the whole old city of Florence. The apartment is located on the top one of Palazzo Capponi (xv century)
The apartment called Il Torrino has been renovated in May 2015. the apartment develops on three levels: on the first level, right at the entrance of the apartment, there is has one masterbedroom, one wardrobe- linen room. On the second level there is one livingroom and one bathroom with shower with hot steam sauna. The third level is a mezzanine with a kitchenette with one sink, one refrigerator, two eletric stoves and a dining room on the same level. The third level has a beautiful terrace with a stunning view of the entire old city of Florence. The terrace is furnished with one table and chairs. The second terrace on fourth level is a solarium and it is furnished with two deckchairs . on the first and second terrace you can admire the most admazing view of Florence and the hills that surround the city.
Accès des voyageurs
The apartment is on the fourth floor of the ancient building and has two private terraces
the lift stops on the third floor and a stair of 12 setps leads to the entrance of the apartment. Concierge on groundfloor is open from Monday to Friday from 80.00 am to 13.00 pm and from 03.00pm to 07.00 pm . Saturday from 09.00 am to 12.00pm
Échanges avec les voyageurs
The landlords live in the same building and are always at guests disposal.
Palazzo Capponi alle Rovinate was built perhaps by Lorenzo di Bicci (although other scholars have attributed it to Filippo Brunelleschi) for Niccolò da Uzzano. It was finished around 1426. After his death a few years later, it was acquired by the Capponi family
It has a 15th-century late-Gothic façade with a sober rustication at the lower floor, surmounted by irregular rows of mullioned windows (some closed and replaced by rectangular openings). The plan is nearly square, with a central courtyard in Renaissance style. This has porticoes on each side, with graffiti decorations dating to the 1450s and octagonal capitals in a still late medieval style. The porticoes are cross-vaulted.
The entrance on Via de' Bardi has fresco, attributed to Lorenzo di Bicci himself, with two flying figures holding the Uzzano coat of arms. Internally, at the feet of the main staircase, is a porphyry lion, an ancient Roman sculpture from the 2nd century AD. In the piano nobile is a small chapel with an altarpiece by Pontormo, perhaps taken from the Barbadori Chapel of the church of Santa Trinita. There is also a stained glass window, with the Deposition from the Cross, by Guillaume de Marcillat (1526).
The rear façade, added in the 19th century, overlooks the Arno River.
Check-in from 03.00pm to 07.00pm
late Check-in is on request only :
from 07.00 pm to 10.00 pm 20 Eur extra
from 10.00pm to 12.00pm 30 Eur extra
from 12.00 am 40 Eur extra
All Ceck-in are cancelled after 12:00 am
1)During your stay the rental period will be fully charged
even in the event of early departure .
2)Please avoid making a noise in order not to disturb your neighbours.
3) No parties allowed .
4) Guests are kindly requested to take care of the equipment and furniture in the apartment.
5)Please turn off all lights and air conditioning each time you leave the apartment.
6) The loss of key or card will incur a charge of € 80 .
7) The owner is not liable for valuables or money left
unattended inside the apartment .
Cet hôte applique des conditions d'annulation strictes
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 30 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 30 jours précédant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du prix à la nuit. Les frais vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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