The old master bedroom of the palace inhabited in the early 1900s by "Captain Genovese", remains today as then a place of rest, in which traces of love for the city of birth are visible on the frescoed vault. The amore suite, large and square plan, overlooks with a balcony on Lombardo Street, communicates with the private bathroom thanks to another decorative element recovered: a door of nineteenth-century invoice with four stone bricks, decorated with ori pale by time. The materials used for the wall coverings are stone slabs extracted from the local cave. A trompe oeil of retro taste enhances a fifth partition that separates the comfortable bed "vendome" (design Silvia Prevedello), from the closet/locker space.
“….love, nothing loved, love forgives…”(Dante Alighieri)”