The 50 sq.m. room (about 539 sq.f) is located on the first story and displays an impressive ceiling height of about 5 meters (over 16 feet). It has a king size bed that can be arranged as twin beds.
A bedroom that respects the typical style of a design hotel as Palazzetto Rosso is. Forms and furnishings that combine the design of the most important brands with an incomparable Tuscan classicism.
This room offers a tremendously and surprisingly majestic volume: the enormous wooden beams are supported by sculpted corbels; the four walls display an impressive painted frieze; a monumental fireplace sits imposingly; the view gives itself like a painting framed by the windows, of the Rocca Salimbeni, a fortified palace from the 13th Century, part of the historical headquarter of the Monte dei Paschi Bank, the oldest bank in the world and still running! The small alcoves in the walls are some time to time surrounded by white and red painted bricks, the colors of medieval Siena, the historical center of the city of Siena.
A glance to the eldest Tuscany from a privileged point of view: the design hotel Palazzetto Rosso
A red cube, half glazed with two large bay windows, sits in the middle of the large room and provides today’s comfort of a modern bathroom with a design flair in the tiles that reminds raw concrete. The toilet is separated.
The extra large tiles from the Italian mARTerial firm 14 Ora Italiana are displayed in diagonal in a uniform red for the lounge and in red and green tartan for the bedroom and office area. Around the fireplace, that still diffuses firewood scents from its multi-centurial uses, our guests can enjoy a hat stand Ruben from designer Ilaria Marelli for Casamania, armchairs Pacha by renowned designers Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci for Pedrali, and a coffee table Around by Thomas Bentzen for Muuto.
The wardrobe keeps on raising the originality of the place in the form of a stack of leather suitcases by Maarten de Ceulaer, chairs and armchairs very design Ester in white leather by the 2013 Good Design Award winner Patrick Jouin, a green table from Muuto fulfills the comfort of the office corner. Above the desk, a large painting from Dutch and very duchess artist Cathalijn Wounters completes the scene. The lighting scenery is signed by Artémide and its designer Michele De Lucchi and by the very fashionable Taiwanese design firm, Qis Design, with its famous table lamp Hatha. The flax doubled-curtains fill the dots between the medieval setting and the contemporary design with bright colors embroideries from the French Maison Boussac.