The first thing you’ll notice after you’ve ridden the lift all the way up to this seventh floor loft apartment is the sloped ceiling illuminating the space with rows of skylights. And what a space it is. The living room is decorated with enough abstract artwork that you probably won’t even switch on the smart TV, and there’s a quirky typewriter desk straight out of the sixties that’s great for getting a bit of remote work done (just remember to bring a laptop). There are also two comfy sofa beds here, where your friends will get some shut-eye if you’re visiting as a larger group. Take a five minute walk to the bus stop and catch a ride to the city centre, where you’ll explore the historic streets and discover famous landmarks like the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery. When you get back, whip up dinner in the modern kitchen and share a glass of wine at the dining table before hitting the hay in the large double bedroom.
Home truths: * The only bathroom is through the bedroom
* There’s no AC so it can get quite hot in the summer
* Utilities will cost extra for stays over twenty seven days
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