You will stay in a Boutique hotel that can accommodate up to 29 guests.
The minimum stay is 1 Night. Cancellation policy is set to Flexible.
The Palazzo was originally built in the 14th century by the Naldini's, an important family of Florentine merchants and bankers. Between 1725 and 1732, Ottaviano Naldini employed the architect Pier Paolo Giovannozzi, who gave the Palazzo the layout that remains today. The frescoes' subjects are typical of 18th century taste: allegories, landscapes, architecture, ruins, flowers and animals.
The Palazzo remained in the Naldini family until 1891 when the last descendant, Cristina, married Marchese Eugenio Niccolini di Camugliano and it became the property of this new family as part of her dowry.
Recently, the residence was completely renovated without altering its features and maintaining the fascination of its past history.
During the building of Florence's Cathedral (1300-1400), most of the houses in the area of the the Piazza del Duomo were demolished with some exception. These buildings hosted the workshops of some of the most celebrated Florentine artists. Among them, was the famous sculptor Donatello, who is commemorated by a bust and inscription on the facade of the Palazzo that faces the Cathedral.
Florence (FLR) - 6 km
Nearest train station:
Santa Maria Novella
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