Via Dei Sassetti, 6
The Bed and Breakfast “Florence Chic” is located in Via dei Sassetti 6, in the heart of Florence historical centre, inside the Palazzo Anselmi-Ristori, in one of the most charming and exclusive areas, amid Renaissance villas, high-fashion boutiques, restaurants and entertainment venues. The B&B offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful stay in the most famous Renaissance city in the world as an unforgettable experience.

The very central square Piazza della Repubblica, with its famous cafés and restaurants, is located just behind the B&B and you can also spot the Palazzo Strozzi only 50 metres away. This excellent location among historical and Renaissance buildings is an essential prerequisite for people wishing to walk around the city of Florence and its main sights at leisure.

The B&B Florence Chic offers six charming pastel-hued rooms, all stylishly furnished, and places great attention to detail. Hence there’s a perfect combination of furnishings and antique furniture, of unique antique pieces and other modern furnishings made or restored by local artisans.

The rooms are also equipped with a private bathroom and provide a hairdryer, full hotel amenities set, independent heating system and air conditioning with individual control, LCD TV screen and all modern comforts.

The rooms are bright and comfortable, they overlook the picturesque Via degli Strozzi and the high-fashion boutiques, daily destination for shopping and haute- couture enthusiasts.

You can easily reach the Uffizi Gallery and all the other central museums, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio, the quaint and romantic Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore with Giotto’s Bell Tower, which are only a few meters away from the accommodation.

“Florence Chic” thus embodies, rather than a classic Bed and Breakfast, an accommodation aiming at simple and genuine hospitality as well as exclusive and charm. It represents an ideal destination for a unique and unforgettable stay in close contact with history, medieval art, Renaissance, but also dedicated to food, wine, fashion and Tuscan handicraft.
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