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FOR INFORMATION OR RESERVATIONS

Our services include accommodation in double rooms (all 6 of our rooms are doubles), with a possibility of an adjoining room for families.
For guests who request it, there is the possibility of a triple room with an extra bed.
Our guests enjoy free wi-fi throughout the entire house.

ROOMS

All rooms are en suite; all bathrooms have a hair dryer. In the rooms, we have installed safe-deposit boxes and mini-bars at our guests' convenience.

BREAKFAST

Breakfast is not included in the price of the room. If they wish, our guests may use the kitchen and refrigerator.  The living room is often made available to the guests for afternoon recreation with tea and wine tasting.

CHECK IN/CHECK OUT

The check-in is starting at 2pm, check-out must be made by midday, with the possibility of leaving your luggage at the B&B.
For check-in after 8pm, please warn us in advance.
Lorenzo and Michela are always at your disposal as private tour guides during your stay. Contact them to arrange a visit to one of the city's major museums or for one of the fantastic walking tour, for a bike or a Segway trip, or a visit to one of the beautiful hills around Florence. To learn more about their offer, visit their Facebook page or their dedicated website FlorGuide.com
The room rate does not include the tourist tax (2.50 euro per person per day)

 

 

 

A bit of history

Those who choose to stay at San Giuliano Inn during their visit to Florence are bound to know that the B&B is located in the very birthplace of the Renaissance spirit. We are a but few hundred meters from the palazzo once inhibited by Lorenzo de' Medici, also known as Lorenzo the Magnificent; a stone's throw away from the Convent built with the support of his grandfather Cosimo, whose garden saw the early works of Michelangelo. What you see from our windows with your own eyes, we also want you to feel deep within your hearts. A choice of the name – San Giuliano Inn – for our place of culture of hospitality is in fact a bow to the history of the city of Florence.
San Giuliano Ospitaliere, in English Julian the Hospitaller, back in the times when the Florentine Republic used to be governed by arts and trades, was the patron saint of hospitallers and hotel-keepers.