Dedicated to this historian and essayist who was German by birth but French by adoption. Hillebrand lived in Florence during the period following the unification of Italy, where he worked as a correspondent for numerous international publications, including the "Times". This is a very intimate room in warm tones of cream and chocolate, and furnished with surprising, specially made design pieces. It overlooks an internal garden and has a view of the beautiful Synagogue, built in 1882. The travertine bathroom, with its large shower, is particularly spacious and innovative. Ideal for a single person.

  • Total area ​​25 square metres
  • King size bed
  • Total occupancy: 2 people
  • bathrobes
  • towelling slippers
  • toiletries from the Fattoria di Belcanto
    (natural products made in the Mugello valley - Tuscany)
  • 32" LCD television
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-fi