The Messere 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 Baldassarre Castiglione (1478 – 1529) by Raffaello Sanzio. Castiglione was a humanist, scholar, diplomat and Italian soldier for the State of the Church, for the Marquisate of Mantua and the Dukedom of Urbino. With his beautiful visage adorned by the fashionable long beard of the first decades of the sixteenth century, and with his piercing blue eyes captivating the spectator a deep psychological relationship is established. His figure so becomes the ideal of aesthetic and spiritual perfection of courtierism expressed in his renowned treaty. His prose is considered to be one of the highest expressions of the Italian Renaissance.

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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