Matteo Perduca, owner of Sopr’Arno Suites in Florence, says the recipe for success is simple: provide a nice room and be nice to people! This quirky 10-room B&B furnished with repurposed antiques and extremely good taste makes sleeping part of the excellent travel experience.
Sopr’Arno is boutique B&B, offering a chic escape while only being a five-minute walk away from Ponte Vecchio Bridge, which connects you to the city’s main popular sites and attractions.
Last week I had the opportunity to visit Florence, Italy and to be part of the official bloggers team for Florens 2012, an international Biennial dedicated to promoting internationally the economy of culture, heritage and the environment. Although I had previously visited Florence on many occasions, this time was different. I was more curious and more interested to see the side of Florence that I had previously overlooked.
Why visiting Florence off-season is the best way to experience and appreciate this idyllic Renaissance city in Tuscany.
Located in the centre of Florence in the historical square of Santa Maria Novella, J.K. Place presents the true essence of tradition, modernity and elegance in its design. Walking past its entrance, you wouldn’t even think it was a hotel, but that’s how J.K. Place want to be seen as – a home away from home.