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Apartment Vista Duomo

Palazzo Rimbotti dates back to the 14th century, at a time when Florence was beginning to expand beyond its original Roman centre. Compared to the Via delle Belle Donne, Via Tornabuoni and Piazza Antinori were then parallel side streets leading out towards the city's exits.

It was only later, towards the mid 15th century, that Via Tornabuoni and Piazza Antinori were expanded and became the place where rich Florentines bought and refurbished large buildings to turn them into stately homes. Throughout the centuries, Palazzo Rimbotti was extensively remodeled, acquiring its present day aspect around the end 18th century.
The apartment has an enormous sitting room overlooking the façade of the church of San Gaetano. At night the church is beautifully floodlit, and the white marble Medici crest, visible directly opposite the sitting room, stands out creating a very dramatic effect.

Apartment Vista Duomo is one of the most elegant apartments in Florence.  Located in the Palazzo Rimbotti  which dates back to the 14th century, Vista Duomo is perfection. 

The Via Tornabuoni and the Piazza Antinori were at that time, side streets leading out towards the city exits and indeed the Church of San Michele,as San Gaetano was then nemed, was on a secondary , alley compared to Via delle Belle Donne which runs parallel.

It was only much later, towards the mid-15th century that Via Tornabuoni and Piazza Antinori were expanded and became the place where rich Florentines bought and refurbished palaces to turn them into stately homes.

Throughout the centuries, the palazzo was remodelled axtensively, acquiring its present day aspect around the mid 18th century.
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Price Range Per Week:
€ 2,200 to € 4,500


  • Region:
  • Tuscany
  • Setting:
  • City-Center
  • Type:
  • Apartment
  • Bedrooms:
  • 2
  • Sleeps:
  • 4
  • Bathrooms
  • 2
  • Nearest City Center:
  • Florence
  • Proximity to City Center
  • City Center
  • Kitchen:
  • Dishwasher
  • Blender
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Juicer
  • Coffee Maker
  • Indoor Features
  • Elevator
  • Children Allowed
  • Fitness Center
  • Air Conditioning / Heating
  • WiFi
  • Outdoor Features:
  • Near By:
  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Museums
  • Theater
  • Agri-Turismo
  • Historic Landmarks
  • Public Transportation
  • City Center
  • Lake / Water Access
  • Biking
  • Food / Cultural Touring
  • Golf
  • Vineyards / Wineries
  • Religious Sites

  • The apartment is served by a lift and offers day-time porter service. Vista Duomo can be romantic and grandiose at the same time: the view on the most significant monuments of this beautiful town is so close that you will almost be able to touch them. Sitting on the sofas of the ample living room, sipping a great Chianti, you will have the best view of Brunelleschi’s dome and Giotto’s bell tower, when the setting sun dabs the monuments with the famous mauve hue of the Florentine sunset.

    • Large entrance hall.
    • Spacious living room with windows overlooking the Church of S.Gaetano
    • Sofa bed in the living room
    • Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (two sinks and large shower)
    • Guest bathroom (bath tub and hand held shower)
    • Air conditioning
    • Doorman and elevator
    • independent heating - Closet with washing machine and dryer, broom closet
    • Hair dryer
    • Fully equipped kitchen with a four ring gas cooker and electric oven- Fridge/Freezer, american coffee maker, toaster, dishwasher, microwave
    • Telephone
    • Digital Terrestrial TV
    • Hi Speed Internet
    • CD player
    • DVD player 

  • Upon request:

    • Answering machine
    • Baby crib 
    • High chair
    • Weekly/Daily cleaning


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