|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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Description from the manager
For a memorable experience, rent this Tuscany villa in Florence. This elegant holiday accommodation is furnished with antiques and enjoys unparalleled views of the Duomo, Giotto's bell tower, and the baroque San Gaetano church. Centrally located, this Tuscany apartment in Florence is the icing on the cake of your Italian vacation.
Throughout the centuries the palazzo was remodeled extensively, acquiring its present form in the mid-18th century. In the shops nearby one can find a baker, butcher, green grocer, coffee and pastry shops, hairdresser, dry cleaner, and a plethora of excellent restaurants.
[108 m2] Fourth floor [with lift...Read more
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Piazza Antinori - Carmen
Florence, Tuscany, Italy
located in Florence, Tuscany, Italy, but cannot be displayed on a map. Contact the manager for more details
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|Rate Summary||$0||$5,756||$0||7 nights|
|Jan. 1 2013 - Jan. 1 2014||-||$5,756||-||7 nights|
|Jan. 1 2014 - Jan. 1 2015||-||$5,756||-||7 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: June 05, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Mary's review of Piazza Antinori - Carmen
Location and view.
Bathrooms and kitchen need upgrades.
Convenient to all tourist attractions, museums, restaurants and shopping.
Tom's review of Piazza Antinori - Carmen
We would recommend this place to anyone!
Location!.... and it lived up to it's description. It was elegant and well furnished. The itchen was adequately stocked with dishes and cooking items. (We had many meals in). We loved looking out the windows at the Duomo. And being able to walk all over the area.
The street noise. We did learn to shut windows at certain times.
Being able to walk to stores, markets and places to eat. It was a very safe part of town.
Paul's review of Piazza Antinori - Carmen
This is a superb property that is everything the property description, guest comments and photos promise.
Location in the heart of the city centro and an unparalleled view of the Duomo.
The apartment is loud with the street below bustling with city buses, scooters and the occasional police car. This is characteristic of almost every Florentine street, but if you want peace and quiet, stay south of the Arno in a neighborhood like Santa Spiritu.
It's just far enough west of the central tourist streets for a few local merchants to continue to provide groceries and other necessities in genuine Italian-style shops located behind the property. The property managers provide a good list of the local shops, their location and what they sell.
John's review of Piazza Antinori - Carmen
Overall, I can't think of a better location. But something on the Arno might be better - will try that in the future!
Location, location, location! Everything we wanted was within easy walking distance.
Small kitchen. No instructions, in English, about how to operate appliances.
I love to walk, and there were many interesting things to see in every direction.
Sybil's review of Piazza Antinori - Carmen
This was the most beautiful apartment with terrific views. We loved every minute of our stay. Everything for the apartment was furnished. We only had to shop for groceries.
The decor, views, and location.
What's not to like? It was perfect!
Walking distance to everything. In a great neighborhood - very classy.
It was pleasant, comfortable,...
It was pleasant, comfortable, nicely furnished,
and had plenty of room for the four of us (two couples). On the whole, we enjoyed our two weeks in San
Gaetano very much.
We found the street noise
at times annoying. The bathrooms were small by American standards. Technicians seemed unable to bring in English-language stations (BBC or CNN).
What's not to enjoy about being in Florence?