The jewel in the crown of our B&B encompasses part of the history of the city of Florence. Our suite occupies the fourteenth-century open gallery of the Spedale di San Pier Novello. Needless to say, the name of the room is derived from the presence of the frescoes, attributed to the School of Andrea Orcagna dating back to the last twenty years of the fourteenth century. One of these show the Annunciation, while the other represents the legend of St. George and the dragon. If you've always desired to sleep and wake up in a museum, this is your suite. This room can comfortably accommodate 3 people. It is composed of two adjoining rooms: a double bedroom and a small living room with sofa bed, for a total of 26 square meters plus the bathroom. There is also a large private terrace where it is possible to have breakfast.
Double Room Corte
This room overlooks an internal courtyard and can accomodate two people. At the heart of 18th century furniture is a magnificent double bed in Louis the 16th style. The room is both comfortable and elegant.
Deluxe Room Stucchi
The Stucchi room is a double room which is part of the eighteenth-century area of the structure. The name of the room is derived from the plaster decorations and the refined paintings that adorn the ceiling. An arch, located at the center of the large room, measuring 22 square meters plus the bathroom, gives it a particular architectural elegance and recites a verse from the canticle "Nunc dimittis" of the Gospel according to Luke: "custodi nos dormientes". The double bed can be divided into two single beds.
Superior Double Room Santa Maria
This 24sqm room overlooks a quiet side street of Via Romana, or Via Santa Maria, the street that houses the prestigious and historic Goldoni Theater, a former convent of Annalena that in the 15th century also cared for and managed the Spedale of San Pier Novello.
In addition, this room, since January 2022, houses the "Lamentation over the Dead Christ", a 14th century fresco found and detached in 1955 from the walls of San Pier Novello and recently returned to the Malenotti family.