This is the largest room in the Fattoria. It extends over 55m2 and features a spacious sitting room with two sofas and a four-seater dining table.
This room is named after one of the greatest figures of Western art: Michelangelo di Ludovico Buonarroti Simoni, known simply as Michelangelo (Caprese Michelangelo, March 6th 1475 – Rome, February 18th 1564).
A leading figure in the Italian Renaissance, Michelangelo was a multifaceted artist and working painter, sculptor, architect and Italian poet.
Above the double bed, in the room that takes his name, there is a reproduction of the fresco ‘The Creation of Adam’ painted in 1511. Above one of the sofas there is also a reproduction of ‘The Creation of the Sun, Moon and Plants’. Both works of art are among the many jewels of the Sistine chapel to be found in the Vatican museums.
The room is located on the first floor and has been adorned with a ceiling featuring wooden beams in the Tuscan style and with a large stone arch that separates the living area from the sleeping quarters.
In common with all the other rooms, there is a satellite plasma TV, small fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathroom. Fattoria LAB bedrooms have all-wood window frames and doors.
- Dinner served in the room (on request)