MARCHESE OTTAVIO JUNIOR SUITE (Main Villa)
The sleek, geometrically-framed four-poster bed contrasts strongly with the sinuous lines of this room. The maroon upholstery also creates an eye-catching contrast, in a space conceived as a kind of exquisite dessert in the pastel delicacy of its decor and stuccoes. It contains two LCD televisions, one in the living area and one in the bedroom.
FOGGINI JUNIOR SUITE (Main Villa)
This suite’s highlight is the triumph of flowers supported by two statues of women.
Created in 1686 by Giovanni Battista Foggini, sculptor and architect to the court of Grand-duke Cosimo III de’ Medici, the precious sculpture separates the alcove from the relax area. The furnishings of the rest of the Junior Foggini Suite, linear and essential, upholstered in grey and blue, create a pleasant contrast with the white walls. The unique atmosphere of the suite makes it ideal for those important and special moments. It contains two LCD televisions, one in the living area and one in the bedroom.
LUDOVICO JUNIOR SUITE (Main Villa)
Decor and stuccoes make this an authentic Baroque living room (35 square meters). The orange and grey of the upholstery and the furniture fuse with the classical eighteenth-century motifs, creating a space that oozes harmony in every detail.
Glass and gold leaf tiles illuminate the beige walls of the spacious bathroom (15 square meters). An oval bath divides the two sink areas.
CHINI JUNIOR SUITE (Main Villa)
Guests are greeted by an entrance-way richly decorated with ceramics from the Chini factory.
Gold, blue and green dominate in Liberty style, echoed by the stained glass designs in the ceiling.
Up just a few steps, you enter the bedroom, characterized by green and blue fabrics and wooden white-painted beams that create a relaxing and intimate atmosphere.