Photos and Description of this holiday apartment in Lucca - Palazzo dei Fiori
Historic Palazzo Inside the Walls
*We normally have a 3-night minimum; however, if 3 nights are not available, we will consider a 2-night stay. Feel free to contact us for details!*
Palazzo dei Fiori is a suite of apartments located in a lovely historic palazzo. The apartments are recently updated in a beautiful style of traditional and antique Italian furnishings updated with modern touches.
The palazzo has an unbeatable location in a quiet little courtyard, just 100 meters from Via Santa Croce, one of the main streets that bisects the center of town. Since you will be right in the center of town, you are a 3-5 minute walk from 3 small grocers, 5 or 6 cafes, the main cathedral, 10 restaurants, and a number of shops. It doesn't get more central than this!
Each apartment features TV, WiFi, refrigerator, cooktop, new cookware, and all dishes and utensils. Bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning and are furnished with all new 160 thread count 100% cotton linens, down and / or synthetic filled duvets, and your choice of synthetic or down pillows. Bathrooms are beautifully decorated in red marble tile with skylights and are equipped with a shower or bathtub, sink, toilet, and bidet.
Details for holiday apartment Appartamento Mignon, Studio, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
- not suitable for children
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Taken from a guest who stayed with us through AirBNB:
Dear Vanessa and Chelsea
It has been a great pleasure to stay in the studio with the super lovely location. It was all very easy and convenient to everything. The loft was cozy and even though my husband is 1.92 meters, it was no problem with the height of the bedroom. It has been very nice to stay at your little apartment in the beautiful surroundings.
I came to Tuscany for the first time in 2000 and fell in love with the people, the food, the history, and the scenery. Since then I have spent over ten years travelling around Tuscany, and speak fluent Italian. I love Italy (and especially Tuscany) and take great pleasure in helping others to see the 'real Italy' - the off-the-beaten-path places and experiences that you can't find in guidebooks.