An ancient Florentine residence in the heart of the city situated on the Lungarno Archibusiere facing the Ponte Vecchio, alongside the Uffizi Gallery. The property dates back to the 13th century, when it was built as an Augustine convent and retreat. Inside there are the remains of an ancient medieval tower, destroyed by the Ghibellini in 1260 and now partially restored. The modern library is decorated with original period frescoes which are in excellent conditions. The breakfast room, which serves American breakfast, was once a ballroom with 19 th century frescoes and has a view of the River Arno and Via dei Georgofili. There's also a panoramic bar with terrace and roof garden overlooking the Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio, where you can sit and have a drink to enjoy moments of true relaxation.

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