Ottantotto is an historic building located in the heart of the Oltrarno district in Florence.
From the home-workshop of a renaissance baker it was transformed into a noble residence, then into
a philanthropic institution and finally, arriving in roundabout and bizarre ways in the hands of an architect,
recently restored and converted into a Boutique Hotel with garden.
Seven rooms distributed over four floors, one of which is a Suite with terrace and kitchenette.
Each room has been given a specific character that distinguishes it from the others,
yet all share a care in the details, creating cozy spaces, marked by timelessness and unique atmospheres,
which will naturally make you feel "at home".
Suffused lights, antique materials and contemporary furniture will accompany you
in the discovery of this intimate place, which possesses "...a cozy tranquility and untold joy,
dressed in an at times cheeky elegance, but more often playful..." (C.D.)
The flowered and shaded little garden welcomes guests in every season under its aged medlar and palm tree;
it has also for a long time been the place of choice of a friendly and stubborn magpie.