Home for Holidays SANTO NOME DI GESU 'in Florence
Known as Palazzo Rospigliosi-Pallavicini, home of noblewomen as Lady Walpole, Countess of Oxford and birthplace of Giorgina Craufurd, then wife of Aurelio Saffi, Casa Santo Nome di Gesù offers wide and varied accommodation, free Wi-Fi throughout the structure and internal parking. All rooms, some with antique furniture and frescoes dating back to the end of the 18th century, have a private bathroom inside or outside the room. Some offer a view of the large garden and others on Piazza del Carmine, one of the oldest squares in Florence, overlooking the Brancacci Chapel. Being a building of the fifteenth century, protected by the Superintendence for Architectural Heritage, there is no air conditioning system.
The awakening of the morning is enlivened by the scent of freshly baked croissants and the varied breakfast buffet, with a sweet and savory assortment, offered to guests of the House. The Casa is a 5-minute walk from the bus stop with links to Santa Maria Novella Central Station. Palazzo Pitti and Ponte Vecchio are a 10-minute walk away. The friendly and helpful Reception staff will be at your disposal to provide you with personalized service and useful information on restaurants and attractions in the city.
Within 200 m. church, bus stop, cash machine, bar / restaurant, supermarket, pharmacy, inhabited area. Within 1 km train station, hospital.
No smoking in the entire building, Pets not allowed.