The Astri (stars) room is part of the fourteen-century medieval tower of Buonaguisi, which is showcased by the stone wall. The three moons hung above the bed and the solar eclipses on the adjacent wall give the room its name. The window that overlooks the inner courtyard has a starred vault to represent the greatest painter of Florentine Gothic, Giotto.
Uccello is in part reproduced on the headboard. The Astri/Stars will accompany Amerigo Vespucci in his studies, who was born and lived in Florence and who was the first to circumnavigate the New World to which he gave his own name… America. You will also find a reproduction of a sketch of the lunar cycle by the illustrious Tuscan born Galileo Galilei. While recalling all these famous figures the stars will accompany you in dreams full of beauty and new enlightened discoveries!
The Tuscan style bathroom offers all the European standard comforts with a wide waterfall shower, separate bidet and exclusive courtesy kit signed Salvatore Ferragamo.