Sleeping in Florence: the important thing is to choose the right hotel so as not to find yourself in unwanted surprises and ruin a long-awaited holiday! Rich in charm Opera Boutique is located in an elegant late nineteenth century building in via Lorenzo il Magnifico, one of the most important streets in the Tuscan capital.
The road joins the Fortezza da Basso (today the site of congresses and trade fairs such as those related to the fashion world of Pitti Immagine) and piazza della Libertà. Piazza della Libertà is famous for its Porta San Gallo, built in 1285 and also for the imposing Triumphal Arch erected in 1738 to celebrate the arrival of the Lorraines after the extinction of the Medici family.
With its 4 large double bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom and each one different from the other, Opera Boutique offers the perfect stay for those who want to visit the city by spending a few relaxing days in a place with a warm and restful atmosphere, where every detail is not left to chance.
If our junior suite Romeo and Juliet can accommodate up to four people thanks to the two very comfortable sofa beds and the deluxe Maria Callas up to three, in Queen of the Night, unique with a balcony, the double bed can be divided into two single beds. For two people, Madama Butterfly room is also recommended, with Chinese memory furnishings.
All the rooms of the b&b are equipped with flat screen television, free WI-FI connection, an electric kettle with a careful selection of herbal teas and mini fridge.
After a night of rest, ready to visit the most famous places in the city, there is nothing better than a breakfast dedicated to wellbeing without forgetting to tickle the taste buds.
Various types of fresh fruit with bright colors, cereals, goji berries and then move on to tasty Tuscan flavors such as cold cuts or freshly baked sweet croissants and homemade cakes. All accompanied by juices, coffee, cappuccino and a wide selection of teas. Gluten-free and lactose-free breakfasts are also available on request.
So, are you ready to leave the b&b to immerse yourself in the artistic and, why not, culinary history of Florence?
A few minutes on foot and here you are at the Accademia Gallery to admire the sixteenth century David di Michelangelo, a few more steps and the square with the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore will open up in front of you.
And all of Florence will be yours! Easy to reach even for those arriving by train or plane, Opera Boutique B&B has the tram stop (Strozzi-Fallaci) just 300 meters away.
Yes, because a bed and breakfast in order to be truly unique and inimitable must offer all possible comforts for a good sleep in Florence.
And now a surprise: do you want to see all of Florence on a 360 degree virtual tour? Our friend Fabio Casati created this page during the 2020 lockdown. Enjoy!