Giglio Suite , Duomo and Repubblica, San Lorenzo

FL1113-3Dining Room

All facilities

Air Conditioning American Coffee Maker Basic Linen Dishwasher Equipped Kitchen Fridge Hairdryer Heating Internet Ironing set Pots & Pans Regular Oven Washing machine


The apartments are located on the third floor without lift of an historic building, Palazzo Gaddi, located in the bright square of Madonna degli Aldobrandini where you can find the famous Cappelle medicee (Medici chapels). Duomo and Piazza della Signoria are within a 3 minutes walk away.The building offers the possibility to choose between six different types of apartments and also allows customers to combine multiple solutions if families or larger groups wish to stay together in the same building.
GIGLIO SUITE – Medici Chapels (4+4) The apartment is located on the third floor without lift of an historic building, Palazzo Gaddi, in the San Lorenzo district, in the bright square of Madonna degli Aldobrandini where you can find the famous Medici Chapels. Duomo, Piazza della Signoria and the railway station are within a 3 minutes walk. The historical Mercato Centrale is just two blocks away.The apartment (70 square meters) is a bright, spacious, comfortable flat. In this apartment there are two bedrooms: the first one, with a double size bed (or two single beds) overlooking the silent courtyard, and a big wardrobe; the second one, really spacious and bright, with a double size bed (or two single beds) and a pull out sofa bed, overlooking the majestic Medici Chapels and with a view of the Duomo and the Giotto’s Bell Tower.Next to the second bedroom you can find the nice and modern bathroom with a shower (hairdryer available). In the living room there is a second double sofa bed and a square wooden table with design chairs; the white kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, freezer, gas hob, dishwasher.Through a nice wooden stairs you reach a little closet with a useful washing machine.The apartment is extremely quite and peaceful.WIFI internet access, TV, AC,  lot of markets nearby and agreeement (special rate) with the garage located 30 metres from the property.Are you traveling with children? Upon request we offer the possibility to add any equipment you may need to keep your baby confortable (extra bed, babycot, bottle warmer) or to suggest you itineraries tailored for families with children.Are you an art enthusiast, a gourmet or a wine lover? We will be glad to suggest you itineraries in and out of town.Are you looking for Italian fashion? We may help you to find your way to the best fashion outlets (Gucci, Prada, Barberino Designer outlet) right out of Florence.Please, do not smoke.
Historical note: The name Madonna (mia domina, meaning my lady) doesn’t refer to the Mother of Jesus but to another lady, the wife of Messer (mio signore) Rinaldo degli Aldobrandini, and the full name of the piazza is Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini. Her first name was Giovanna (or Bugiazza). She was an Altoviti before entering the Aldobrandini family by marriage. She was rich, generous, intelligent, polite, good and particularly dedicated to charitable works. Giovanna was the signora (Madonna) per antonomasia of fourteenth century Florence. She died in 1395 after having lived over 90 years (a very old age in the era) leaving her fame to carry on her name.The Aldobrandini are an Italian noble family from Florence, with close ties to the Vatican. Its Roman fortunes were made when Ippolito Aldobrandini became pope under the name Pope Clement VIII. He arranged the marriage that linked the Aldobrandini with the Roman family of Pamphili. Additionally, they were also linked to marriage alliances with the Farnese (Ranuccio I, duke of Parma, had married Margherita Aldobrandini) and Borghese (since Olimpia Aldobrandini married Paolo Borghese).
The Garvagh Madonna painted by Raphael about 1509-10, is the portray of Madonna degli Aldobrandini. In this work, the artist depicts the moment when the Christ child picks the carnation from John the Baptist’s hand. The space between their hands is the centre of the careful geometry of the composition. The painting was in the possession of the Aldobrandini family, then in the 19th century it was in England, in the collection of Lord Garvagh. The background of the painting probably shows a landscape near to Rome.

Extra Costs

Rates are indicative, send your request to receive an accurate quotation!

Rates are usually all inclusive for daily and weekly stays aside final cleaning that might be charged separately.
Final cleaning is usually between 40 € to 150 € depending on size of the property and number of guests.

In long term rentals (from three weeks and up) utilities are not included
Water 2 € / m3; Gas 1,10 € / m3; electricity 0,40 € / kw; Internet 40 € / month; registration fees where needed will be 2% on total rental costs plus 30-60 € stamps. City tax is 2 € / day per person up to 10 days.

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