The Madama room overlooks Via de’Calzaiuoli, right in front of Palazzo dei Cavalcanti. Looking out of the two bright windows you can admire the Orsanminchele church.

Hanging on one of the walls we have a copy of the famous portrait of Giovane Donna, Young Woman (1518) by Raffaello Sanzio. The portrait is an example of elegance and classic femininity, the Giovane Donna is turned three quarters towards the left, with her face and her gaze turned towards the spectator. She has a hand placed on her chest which as a pose resembles that of the “Velata”. The profile is oval and pure, the eyes big, the mouth thin and the chin pointy, her hair is kept up in a sort of turban, a detail which displays the then in vogue style.

The modern bathroom in minimalist style offers all the European standard comforts with a wide waterfall shower, separate bidet and exclusive courtesy kit signed Salvatore Ferragamo.

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