The room is called Sant’Ansano (also known as “The Baptizer” or “The Apostle of Siena”) who is the patron of Siena, a son of the Anicii family of Rome.
According to the legend, Ansano of the Roman family of the Anicii (or Anicia) was born in 284 a. C. Once he arrived in Siena, he evangelized the city, but, because of his activity of religious engagement, he was imprisoned in the tower of the Rocchetta and subjected to the torment of the boiling pitch in this place that he took the name from him. An epigraph is along the Fosso di Sant’Ansano, near to Piazzettadella Selva, and so to this room.
This room has two king size beds and it can accomodate four people. It is like a small apartment.
The furnishing of this bedroom is a mix of modern and ancient design and on the walls you can admire some pieces of ancient frescos of the 13th century. One of the room is painted with the famous pompeian red.
The room comes complete with a private bathroom, a basin, a bidet, a toilet and a shower.
Dimensions Approximately 50 square meters
|Fast free Wi-Fi||Flat Screen Tv||Air conditioning|
|30 square meter||Heating||2 Double beds|