The monumental building, considered a national artistic heritage since 1901, was built for Serristori family in the late XV and early XVI centuries and designed by Giuliano da Sangallo, the personal architect of Lorenzo de 'Medici, also known as the Magnificent, and was completed in 1520 making it a significant example of Renaissance architecture.
Located next to the Santa Croce church, you will find yourself immersed in the historic centre of Florence.

Palazzo Roselli Cecconi suites are situated in an historical building of the XV century that was the old house of the Guicciardini family. Our guests have the possibility to spend their time in Florence in those charming rooms full of history.
It is strategically situated closer to the fashion streets and to the most important cultural sites as Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery.
The rooms feature stylish décor and frescoes of the '600, furniture and drapery-style, air-conditioned interiors with free wi-fi, LCD television with satellite channels, mini bar, room service and elegant marble bathrooms with hair dryers, and slippers.