Palazzo Alfani al David is a historic residence where you'll experience the most authentic spirit of Florence. Owned by the Alfani family since the 18th century, the palazzo has retained its initial charm and elegance.
Thanks to the care taken by the family, which still resides in the palace today, and their passion for providing hospitality, the Alfani residence has opened its doors to guests who wish to experience a vacation in an apartment in Florence in a fascinating atmosphere.
Antique furniture, vaulted ceilings with period frescoes and magnificent furnishings carefully restored to their former glory embellish each and every room of the Palazzo, while the most modern services and comforts are provided for guests travelling on business or on holiday, such as free Wi-Fi Internet connection and LCD satellite TV, ensuring a pleasant vacation.
At Palazzo Alfani, you'll find a warm and courteous welcome for an unforgettable stay!
Our staff is at your disposal to help you organize and make the most of your stay in Florence. In partnership with expert tour guides and with the help of major tourist agencies, we can organize private walking tours or group excursions in Florence and Tuscany.
An exclusive service for our guests, we provide reservations for Florence's major museums that will secure your entrance and avoid
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Our ancestors distinguished themselves in the fields of literature and science.
During the past century, Augusto Alfani (1844-1923) was an esteemed professor, educator and author of several essays on teaching and children's stories. He was a member and secretary of the renowned Accademia della Crusca.
Father Guido Alfani (1876 – 1940), son of Augusto Alfani, a priest of the order of Scolopi, distinguished himself for his studies in seismology, and served as Director of Florence's prestigious Ximeniano Observatory from 1905 to 1940. The architect of one of the most important geodynamic monitoring stations in Europe, Father Alfani built the radiotelegraph station at the Scolopi convent, admired by none less than his friend Guglielmo Marconi.