The Ballroom, also known as the Salone delle Feste, is one of the oldest rooms in the entire Villa, even if it does not yet have an exact date.
The documents indicate that the frescoes date back to the year 1629, and according to art historians, the type green used called Lorena green for the fondness that the family had towards it, did not come to Florence before 1700.
Inside the hall there is the musicians balcony and a grand Steinway piano, which was also played by the great Russian musician Arthur Rubinstein during a private concert in 1961.
The 135 square meter Ballroom can comfortably accommodate up to 110 seated guests. In 2017 the Italian singer-songwriter Jovanotti spent the whole of August at Villa Le Rose with Rick Rubin, a famous international producer. For the occasion, the ballroom had been adapted to a recording studio, where the 14 tracks that make up the singer's last album had come to life.