201 – The Umberto Eco Room


201 – The Umberto Eco Room

Three people at most

The room 201, located on the second floor, is famous for having hosted Umberto Eco, the renowned writer known for his famous novel “The Name of the Rose.”

This space stands out for being located within an ancient tower house dating back to 980, characterized by charming double-arched continuous windows.

The room impresses with the taste and elegance of its furnishings, featuring Liberty-style antique furniture, a splendid original parquet floor from the 1920s, and soft salmon-colored walls.

One more interesting detail: the current owners of the hotel actually grew up in this room.

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    Free Wi-Fi connection
    Bathroom with bathtub or shower and hairdryer
    24/7 room service
    External laundry service

    Things to know

    No smoking allowed.
    Pets are welcome.
    Check-in time: 2:30 PM.
    Check-out time: 12:00 PM.

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