The suite is composed of two rooms: “The Wiles” and “The Advantage”. On request the room “The Advantage” can be used separately with its own bathroom.
Guest Room "The Advantage"
The architectural score of the northeast wall of the room is punctuated by fluted columns with winged Victories at the base and Corinthian capitals, above which there is a band in which panels with mythological figures and grotesque motifs on a gold background alternate with allegorical personifications. A theme of Jewish faith, regarding the exile and deportation to Babylonia, is depicted in the three large panels. The Looting of the Temples of Jerusalem with an armed procession which escorts the Jewish menorah from the city and Ciro the Great, who allows the return of the Jews to Babylonia are depicted on the walls. On the third wall is The Return from Exile in Babylonia, with the view of a hilly landscape and a fortified stonghold with a large edifice under construction, towards which the crowd are moving.
- Bathroom with bath/shower
- Underfloor heating
- Air conditioning
- Cot on request
Guest Room “The Wiles”
The decoration of the room is punctuated by a painted architectural score made up of smooth mottled marble look columns with ionic capitals, which contain large panels; below them runs a marble look skirting board. The themes represented in the large panels on the walls are biblical scenes, which Judith with the head of Holofernes, The Three Young men in the Blazing Furnace and David and Goliath can all be recognized.