Palazzo Magnani Feroni in Florence
Just past the entrance the Palazzo Magnani Feroni it will envelop you in a suggestive atmosphere where you feel really special and projected into an ancient Florentine world. Located in an exceptional location in the heart of the medieval district of San Frediano, to 5 minutes walk from the Ponte Vecchio Palazzo Magnani Feroni houses the city's finest shopping streets 13 luxury suite, and only suites. With a pleasant walk of a few minutes you will arrive at main museums and monuments of the city. All this in the immediate vicinity of the Palazzo, but of course you can still enjoy much more of art and culture of Florence.
The Palazzo Suites are a unique opportunity to experience the Renaissance in the first person. A dive into the past to enjoy the splendor of Florence's golden age.
Le 13 result they are of various sizes and with furniture according to the category. All very large, from 70 to 120 square meters, with a living room, bedroom and marble bathrooms. Each suite includes all the typical comforts of a five-star luxury hotel.
The Palace welcomes guests with great importance to small things and the environment such as a selection of natural fragrances in homage to suite and Ecofriendly courtesy line for the bathroom. The very friendly staff is always ready to help guests at any time.
Breakfast is served by waiters in white gloves, among candles and fresh flowers in a living room with handmade wooden ceilings and paintings illuminated by a large original Murano chandelier. On request, you can prepare dishes for specific dietary needs and hot dishes.
For arrivals after the XNUMX: XNUMX, the Palace offers its guests a light dinner in the room.
Do not forget that even a few minutes walk you can reach a number of excellent restaurants.
To complete this historical temple of luxury is his panoramic terrace, reserved only for guests. Sipping a glass of wine view of Florence at 360 degrees it will conquer them forever. The enchanting view of Florence embraces the ancient roofs of the houses and its architectural treasures, such as the dome of the cathedral, and the spiers of the churches. Here you can always request to organize one intimate dinner with private waiter.
The history of Palazzo Magnani Feroni
Since the beginning of the 1400 I Del Pugliese, a well-known family of the Republican Florence, owned a house in this area, in 1428 they expanded it with the purchase of other 8 houses, which the previous owner Nicolò Serragli had already assembled in a single building.
Palazzo Magnani Feroni dates back to the 1500 and until the middle of the '700 was joined to the palace of the nearby Via de' serragli, if they can see the similarities of the facades and architectural fences between the two palaces. Originally it belonged to the noble Feroni family who owned other palaces in Florence, such as the one in Via de 'Tornabuoni which goes to make a corner with the Lungarno Acciauoli.
Over the years a noble Feroni went to marry a Magnani bringing the Palaces of Borgo San Frediano and Via de 'Serragli as a dowry, from this marriage the current name of the Palace is born.
During the period of French domination, Palazzo Magnani Feroni was leased to the Minister of France; at that time we remember the sumptuous receptions held at the Palazzo. In the following years he entered the family of the current owner as their townhouse.
The first and second floors were intended for the family home. The ground floor, in addition to the main entrance to the 5 number, had a secondary entrance to the 3 number and the coach house and horse stables at the 7 number. The cellars, divided into the two wings of the building, had different uses: those under the warehouse for wood and coal to cook and feed the fireplaces of the Palace (in fact we note on Borgo San Frediano between the numbers 7 and 5, a grate of entrance from where the coal was discharged directly into the cellars), while the cellars on the left side of the building were used for storage of wine and olive oil that came from the country properties for annual needs. The third floor was used as a warehouse, while the roof terrace was mainly lived in spring to stop and talk and take tea.
At the end of 1800 Giuseppe Salvadori moved his antiquity gallery in Via de 'Fossi to the Palazzo di Borgo San Frediano and here the most important antiquarian gallery in Europe was born.
The foresight of Giuseppe Salvatori was to understand that those who bought objects of art wanted to see them, touch them, admire them and perhaps seeing many objects could be the desire to buy more of what the customer had in mind.
Giuseppe Salvadori understood the concept of the modern days of department stores over a hundred years ago, where everything is exposed and encourages purchase. To say this about works of art may surprise, or even shock, but this was his great concept as a true trader: "the goods must be seen to be bought, and works of art more than anything else."
The Galleria Salvadori in Palazzo Magnani Feroni lived decades of maximum splendor counting among its clients all the European royal houses, the Rotschild, the Rockfeller, the Metropolitan Museum of New York and poets like D'Annunzio, of which a nice man is kept in the Palazzo exchange of letters between the poet and Giuseppe Salvatori.
After the death of Giuseppe Salvatori, the gallery passed into the hands of his son Salvino who continued his activity, but not at his father's level; times had changed and people too. In the following decades the Palazzo remained "hibernated" in all its splendor as left by Giuseppe Salvatori, until today, when, after a long and careful restoration, the first period residence in Florence was built, with 13 beautiful suites of over 100 square meters each, with halls and galleries that recall the ancient splendor, where the property has left many of the furnishings of the past to make them appreciate to the guests of the Palace, where the service from 5 luxury stars takes care of the Guest in every moment for every need and where the privacy is total as access to the Palace is allowed only for Guests.
Services: charming hotel in the heart of Florence
Available in all the Suites:
Free newspaper (in the language of the guest);
Direct telephone lines;
Office corner / free Wi-Fi connection in all suites;
Sky satellite TV, flat screens, both in the living rooms and in the bedrooms of the individual suites (only in the Classic and Junior Suites have a flat screen TV in the living room of the suite);
Minibar with a wide selection of snacks and drinks;
Spacious electronic safes, even for laptops;
Bathrobes and slippers;
Ecofriendly bath products;
Evening couverture of the beds;
European blankets (of goose down);
In Suite CD and DVD player (a selection of music CDs and movies available);
Selection of natural scented soaps in suites for your stay at the Palace;
Free Bar corner with coffee and tea in all the Palazzo Galleries;
Bar inside the Palace;
Panoramic terrace with a view of 360 ° on Florence (Palazzo Summer Bar);
Internal court with garden;
Garage inside the building;
Free Wi-Fi throughout the building,
Internet Point in the Palazzo entrance gallery;
Tea and Coffee break from 15 to 17 in the Palazzo Gallery;
Reception with 24 Concierge Service hours on 24;
Room Service 12 hours;
Specific Guest-Care Service 12 hours a day;
Shopping and restaurant guides recommended for a connoisseur vision of Florence,
Special requests can be made for all our guests,
Light ensuite dinner for all arrivals after 21.30,
En suite appointments: Massages - Manicure / Pedicure - Hairdresser,
Dinner with private waiter (both served en-suite and on the panoramic terrace - on request)