On the second floor of Palazzo Vinci Gigliucci, after walking through the big marble staircase, one of the most beautiful and noble building of the whole region opens its doors to the lucky guests. The restored portion of the Noble Floor is impressive for both its prestigious beauty and remarkable size.
The Salone rosa (Pink hall), the first of the big reception rooms, which was named after the characteristic colour of its walls and floor.
The Pink Room leads into the Pensatoio (Cogitation Chamber) also called music room, which originally was a domestic chapel, about 14 meters high, designed by Architect Carducci. It is an elegant oval room with corinthian columns covered with large pink marble slabs supporting a dome, whose painted lacunars give the impression of a progressively increasing grandeur.
Also the Salone Giallo (Yellow Hall), another big reception room, was named after the colours of the golden walls and of the frescoes on its ceiling, at the centre of which, is a large medallion showing the emblems of the families related to the Vincis. The Yellow room has access to the octagonal Sala Rossa (Red Hall); once the smoking room, it has today become the dining room of the noble floor. It also looks into the magnificent Ballroom, papered with light blue silk made in Lyon. The series of the representation rooms ends with a Ceremonial bedroom with the fresco of the Conquered Jerusalem by Luigi Cochetti on its ceiling.
The entire 500 SQM apartment also consists of two single bedrooms, a modern kitchen and two bathrooms. There is also a private Loggia that overlooks one of the palace’s internal courtyards.