The name of this bedroom comes from the great Siennese architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini (1439-1502) who stayed here during his life as testified by the bust collocated in the façade of the building between the two windows of the suite.
The architect Le Corbusier as well spent time here while on his travels through Italy in 1907, studying the façade of Siena’s Baptistery and Cathedral. For this reason we have a copy of his sketch in the reception. The original one is now in Paris at Le Corbusier Foundation.
The suite accommodates two people. It’s a true gem, a stage facing the beauty of Siena. There is an unique combination between modern (ex. Artemide light) and ancient in the furnishing. The room comes complete with a private bathroom paved with ancient blue tiles, a basin, a bidet, a toilet and a shower. The floor as well is characterized by ancient tiles recently discovered.
DimensionsiosApproximately 40 squaremeters
|Fast free Wi-Fi||Flat Screen TV||Air conditioning|
|30 square meter||Heating||Mini Bar|