In our hotel any detail has been chosen to make our guests’ stay unforgettable. And what’s more unforgettable than a romantic holiday in our hotel in the lovely setting of Tuscany, in Italy... This suite, for example, spacious but at the same time intimate (50 sq.m. or about 539 sq.f) is located on the second story and displays an impressive ceiling height of about 4 meters (over 13 feet). It has a king size bed that can be arranged as twin beds.
Most likely one of the most beautiful suite of the Palazzetto Rosso and even Siena with four large windows offering a panoramic view on the Contrada de la Giraffa with the dome of the Santa Maria in Provenzano’s Church –a Baroque church from the beginning of the 17th Century- and the gorgeous and timeless Tuscan landscape with the Sienese crests.
This room offers a majestic volume with an impressive high ceiling displaying enormous wooden beams, supported by sculpted corbels. The impressive painted friezes give the medieval palatial feel to the suite.
The bathroom gives the illusion of a bright yellow box slid onto extra large tiles from the Italian mARTerial firm 14 Ora Italiana in blue and green tartan. The bathtub looks toward the dome of the Santa Maria in Provenzano’s Church.
The suite’s lounge is highlighted by the fuchsia pink and bright yellow Elisabette sofa by fabulous French designer Sam Baron for Casamania, the coffee table Around by super hip Danish designer Thomas Bentzen for Muuto and two magnificent armchairs Pasha in black that need no introduction anymore! A hat stand Ruben from designer Ilaria Marelli for Casamania complements the lounge.
In the middle of the room sits a very large desk table matched with pivoting elegant vad armchairs in bright yellow and fuchsia leather. A Kartell piece of furniture holds the TV. The box shelves from Muuto top the voluntary clash between Middle-Age and Modernism’s sceneries. A large painting from Dutch and very duchess artist Cathalijn Wounters completes the effect.
The lighting scenery is signed by Artémide with the majestic Tolomeo Mega. The desk from Muuto and made of fragmented wood hosts the famous Hatha light, an exquisite combination of rubber and metal, offering playful design and material experiences. The flax doubled-curtains with Santa Fe embroideries from the French Maison Boussac give a modern twist to the room and reinforce its intimacy feel.
Tuscany romantic hotel are the key-words of this room, which join with design and art because in the hotel Palazzetto Rosso nothing is taken for granted.