A charming place to stay
"..The rooms are large, airy and spotlessly clean and with a fresco on the ceiling what more could you want!.."
- Fiona W
User on Tripadvisor
Dedicated to this famous Sicilian author who lived in Florence in 1869, where he set his novel “Eva”. To be exact, he set it in the streets between Piazza d’Azeglio and the Teatro della Pergola.
This bright, fresh room decorated in Mediterranean colours, with its ceiling fresco representing the dawn, overlooks a residential street. Local craftsmen made the furniture from original designs, and the curtains are of pure linen.
The very large travertine bathroom has a spectacular shower.