Palazzo Lanfredini, your noble residence at the heart of Florence
Ideally situated on the banks of the Arno River, only a stone’s throw from some of Florence’s greatest artistic and architectural masterpieces, Palazzo Lanfredini is the perfect bolthole for visitors to this unforgettable city.
First built in 1501 for a noble Italian family, the palace has a colorful and storied history. Now divided into sumptuous apartments, Palazzo Lanfredini envelops you in an atmosphere of antiquity, but offers contemporary elegance and style at the same time.
A home from home, the beautifully renovated apartment is spacious at 130 square metres and sleeps up to eight guests in four double bedrooms. The soft, muted tones, wood floors and elegant furnishings throughout create a soothing, restful retreat after a day out exploring.
The open plan living area features a contemporary kitchen that flows into a dining area; this in turn is open to the sitting area. The true piece de resistance, however, is the wonderful terrace that the living room opens onto. Larger than the interior space and screened from neighbours by lush vegetation, it’s an unexpected bonus in the city centre. Equipped with a dining table, sun loungers and outdoor sofas, it’s sunny and private despite its central location. With views over the Florentine rooftops, this is the place to eat, rest and play, and whenever one is ready to venture out, the artistic, architectural and cultural riches of the city are all within easy walking distance.