Appartamento del Re


    • Apartment
    • 2 Guests
    • Studio
    • 2 Bathrooms
  • Description

    Newly renovated luxury suite in Historical Medici’s House with a very large terrace with luxury outdoor furnishing and Olive trees.

    We completed the renovation in mid September 2012. Located on the first floor of the building. Elevator available, security door. The apartment is around 1800 squared feet, has 1 Bedroom with a large walk-in closet, 2 luxury bathrooms (1 with TV above the tub) with bathtub and shower, plus a 600 squared feet private furnished terrace and a separate kitchen, additionally a 2nd bedroom can be in annex to the Suite for an additional cost.

    Little luxuries inside this suite:
    Queen size bed
    4 LED flat-screen TVs (42', 32', 27' and 22')
    Complimentary wireless internet
    Cable TV
    Blue-Ray player
    CD player
    A full kitchen with all tools, microwave and oven
    Nespresso Lattissima coffee machine
    Washing machine and dryer
    Luxury finishes, bright and comfortable
    Independent heating and air conditioning are also available and all is included in the cost. Based on the research we performed in the oldest and most reputable libraries in Florence, we were able to retrieve historical confirmation that in fact, the building located at number 63 in Via S. Reparata (until the 1600s called Via del Campaccio) was built by Francesco I, of the Medici family, in the second half of the XVI century. It was most certainly used for their foundry business, and later as a private residence.

    As described in a document preserved in the State Archives called “Miscellanea Medicea“, on May 9th, 1577, Antonio Medici (born from his father Francesco’s relationship with Bianca Cappello), received this property as part of his father’s will, in addition to 22 other villas in Florence and the surrounding area. Some of the other well known properties he owned were the Casino di San Marco and the Villa di Marignolle. The house at Via Santa Reparata 63, was for sure owned by the Medicis until Don Antonio’s death on May 2nd, 1621.

    According to what we found in the libraries, the Palazzo then became the property of the Venerosi Pasciolini, both very historically significant Florentian families. Our research confirms that in 1821, the house was owned by the Dumesnil family who sold it to the Mayer, whose ownership dates to 1865. The House was since than and until his passing in 1906, resindece of the famous collector Frederick Stibbert, whos memories are today preserved in the museum named after himself in Via Stibbert in Florence. The property was than inherited by the Count Roberto Pandolfini. It seems so that the building was owned by the most important Florentine dynasties from the XVI to the XIX century. Some of the palazzo’s rooms still display stunning, original 18th century frescos, that hint to its rich social and historical heritage… A large park is located 3 minutes walking from the house, perfect for jogging in historical Florence.

    Parking is available just half a block away at your charge (around Euro 45 per day), bike and scooter rental just half a block away.

    We would be happy to recommend you the best restaurants and attractions, as well as assist you with any question you might have during your stay.

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  • Accommodation

    • Capacity: 2
    • Bedrooms: 1
    • Bathrooms: 2
    • Beds: 2
  • Included services

    • Air conditioning
    • TV
    • Heating
    • Cable TV
    • Kitchen
    • WIFI
    • Soap & Shampoo
    • Washer
    • Elevator in Building
    • Terrace
    • Pets allowed
    • Family/Kid Friendly
    • Dryer

    To make your stay as comfortable and as peaceful as you wish, we offer a series of on-demand services that you can purchase once your booking is accepted.

    To purchase any of these services call at +34 915 947 106 or send us an email to Learn more

    • Transfer
    • Wi Mate
    • Food delivery
    • Restaurant reservations
    • Tickets for shows
    • Daily cleaning
  • House rules

    The Palazzo’s owners, with their long-standing traditions of unique and spontaneous hospitality, have transformed this special family property to welcome the most discerning traveler who seeks luxury, intimacy, and experiencing the local culture firsthand. The concept was born out of a passion for hospitality, a taste for beautiful things, and a love for the finest local products and culinary experiences that celebrate the essence of la dolce vita. At A Suite in Florence, you’ll have the chance to indulge your Florentine dreams while receiving recommendations from a family who loves to experience Florence in different ways. From the most glamorous restaurant to the simple, yet delicious trattoria, your hosts will share Florence’s secrets freely as if with best friends.

    • Check-in 16:00
    • Check-out 11:00
    • Cancellation: 7 days If the Guest cancels at least 7 day before the check-in date, 50% of the Total Price will be refunded after deduction of the Be Mate Fees and any applicable taxes.
  • The host

    Paolo Bevilacqua Von Gunderrode 3 properties

  • Location