With a strategic location close to Piazza della Signoria, Aqa Palace’s rooms are situated within walking distance of Florence’s most important monuments.
The renowned Piazza is only 300 metres away and can be easily reached with a short walk. All you have to do is walk down Via dell’Acqua towards Via della Vigna Vecchia, Via del Proconsolo, Via della Condotta and Via dei Magazzini.
Guests can choose between two types of rooms, Suite San Felice and Suite Signoria.
Elegant, comfortable, and with a distinctive Florentine décor, these rooms provide modern comforts and a charming, timeless ambience.
Aqa Palace’s rooms close to Piazza della Signoria have been carefully perfected to suit all your needs, presenting a characteristic Florentine style with a modern twist.
Both rooms are spacious and flooded with natural light, enriched with elegant stylistic choices, delightful plays of light and exquisite materials that create a refined décor.
Our San Felice suites are situated on the second floor of Aqa Palace and boast a double bed, a bathroom with bath and/or shower and a mini-bar. One of the suites also provides a sofa bed for two people, making this room suitable for four people.
The Signoria suites are located on the third and fourth floor. They all present a bedroom with a double bed (that can be divided into two single beds) and a bathroom with a shower (one of the suites has an XXL shower). The suites on the fourth floor also boast a large private balcony. One of the suites can be set up as a triple room, and both these types of suites offer fresh, high-quality bed linen, soft bath sponges and an exquisite selection of complimentary amenities.
We can add a crib for children up to 3 years old upon request and at an additional charge in all the Signoria and San Felice suites.
The rooms of Aqa Palace are located close to one of Florence’s most iconic sites: Piazza della Signoria, the timeless, beating heart of the city, seat of civic power and hub for social life. Important buildings overlook this square: Palazzo Vecchio, Loggia della Signoria, Loggia dei Lanzi, Tribunale della Mercanzia, Palazzo Uguccioni and Palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali. And last but not least, Piazza della Signoria hosts a secular allegorical cycle of statues, such as Marzocco, Giuditta e Olofene, Michelangelo’s David (now replaced by a copy), Perseo, Ercole e Caco, two Termini Marmorei, Neptune’s Fountain and the Equestrian Statue of Cosimo I.
Enjoy the comfort of Aqa Palace’s rooms close to Piazza della Signoria.
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