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Who hasn’t dreamed of having their own pied-à-terre in the heart of Florence? With sky-high ceilings and the Tuscan sunshine streaming in through the windows, the fully updated Suite Deluxe proves that some dreams really do come true.
Three hundred years ago, the famed artist patron Candida Quirina Mocenni called this historic building on the quiet Via del Melarancio home. Today, it’s yours. As soon as you step off the elevator and into your light-filled suite, you’ll start to understand what Italians mean when they talk about il dolce far niente–the sweetness of doing nothing.
THE SHOWER OF YOUR DREAMS
Start your morning at a leisurely pace: The king-sized memory foam mattress is so comfortable you might find yourself wanting to linger in pajamas all day (the bed can also be arranged as two twins).
One thing worth getting up for? The golden travertine spa bath, inspired by the famous hammams of Turkey. The spacious walk-in “emotional shower” features soothing color therapy, steam and aromatherapy, leaving you refreshed and relaxed.
CLASSIC MEETS MODERN
You might brew a coffee from the in-room espresso machine and sip it while seated at the custom-designed glass-and-steel dining table. Or meander over to the antique rolltop desk to write an envy-inducing postcard to friends back home.
Lounge in the main salon among antique furnishings and historic Florentine architecture. But with a fully updated kitchen, Smart TVs, air conditioning, a washer/dryer and fast wi-fi throughout, you have all the conveniences of the 21st century.
STEPS FROM THE TOP SITES IN FLORENCE
When you are ready to venture out, you’ll find yourself in the middle of everything. The central train station, the Piazza del Duomo and the San Lorenzo cathedral are just minutes away on foot. When you arrive, I’ll escort you from the train station to the apartment myself, so you don’t have to worry about navigating alone.
The classic San Lorenzo neighborhood is full of romantic trattorias as well as historic sites like the church of Santa Maria Novella, a masterpiece of Gothic and Renaissance architecture; the church of San Lorenzo, the Central Market; and the Medici Chapels, with tombs sculpted by Michelangelo.
This apartment’s central location puts the best of Florence at your fingertips. But with five-star comfort and amenities, you may also be tempted to stay in at Suite Deluxe and master the sweet art of doing nothing.