Palazzo dei Ciompi

Palazzo dei Ciompi offers self-catering apartments in the heart of Florence, just two steps away from the Duomo and the Basilica of Santa Croce. Located in a renovated 19th-century building, which is set in front of the characteristic flea market in Via Pietrapiana, these luxury apartments feature typical Florentine décor and antique furnishings. The Palace is also conveniently positioned near the S. Ambrogio food market where you can find fresh produce to prepare your Florentine breakfasts before exploring the city. Palazzo dei Ciompi provides 2 modern lifts to reach all the luxury apartments in this majestic building. In every room you can enjoy modern comforts including internet connections, air conditioning and fully equipped kitchens. With a wide variety of room types, is suitable for business travelers and tourists. The large triple and quadruple suites are also ideal for families and groups of friends. Santa Croce is a great choice for travelers interested in Sightseeing, Museums and Monuments.



  • “Wonderful stay in Florence”

    MSNSUITES Palazzo dei Ciompie was beautiful and wonderful. I loved it! The apartment was huge, well furnished with character and Italian charm. It has lovely pots, pans and kitchen items, nice breakfast items ready for you in the apartment when you arrived. The building is beautiful and quiet except for the band at the bar next door but by closing the windows and shutters it reduces the noise. There was a large noisy party upstairs from my apartment that went on quite late on Saturday night, I had to ask them to quiet down. One recommendation I would make would be for the emergency phone number to call be placed inside each suite in case there is a problem at night when the reception desk is closed and for the light to be working over the stove. I thought the reception staff were lovely and very, very welcoming. I would gladly stay again and if I do would like the exact same suite. Thank you so much for helping to make my visit to Florence so wonderful!

    Canada — 9th November, 2015