Welcome to Villa alle Rampe
A little B&B in the heart of Firenze
COVID 19 EMERGENCY
Villa alle Rampe is ready to welcome you
for any kind of information please e-mail us to:
or whatzapp to
we will replay as soon as possibile!
THESE ARE SOME INFORMATION REGARDING THE HEALTH EMERGENCY DUE TO THE COVID 19
We will provide to our guests all the info for the self check in and check out;
Please send the ID via whatzapp +39 333.4772125;
Linens and towels are provide by a specialized loundry;
Daily cleaning only on request;
All the items in the room are individually sanitezed;
To clean and sanitize the rooms and common area we use only specific certifized products;
If you reserve without breakfast we will offer a special price.
Villa alle Rampe is a small B&B in the heart of Florence close to all the monuments. With its newly renovated rooms and minimalistic style, we, the owners have reached our goal – a small refined bed and breakfast was what we imagined and a small refined B&B is what we propose. With five well groomed and nicely appointed double rooms, Villa alle Rampe, with its informal atmosphere, is a convenient and delightful place to hang your hat while exploring the world’s most magical Renaissance city.
With the Arno River just steps away from this small Florentine jewel, one can easily stroll the riverfront and be on the famous Ponte Vecchio in just minutes. Or set out for the footpath just outside the entrance of Villa alle Rampe to hike up to Michelangelo Square for a breathtaking view of the city below. Upon returning, the quaint, private garden of Villa alle Rampe is a great place to unwind.
The space of Villa alle Rampe
Minimalist, Modern, Groomed
Visiting Florence not only means art and culture. This multicultural city has much to offer in the way of culinary delights and music to its visitors as well.
The nearby ‘quartiere’ or area known as San Niccolò, with its modern art galleries, trendy pubs and restaurants is at your doorstep when staying at Villa alle Rampe.
“Soon i will return to this joyful Florence, where only i can live”