Crossing an immense terrace, one arrives at the Bernstein Suite, dedicated to the American composer, Leonard Bernstein, who frequently used to stay at Villa Tre Ville and here composed the music for the film, ‘Brother Sun, Sister Moon’.
The room, which faces an enchanting view to be enjoyed to the full from the wide terrace, and characterised by refined Oriental and Mediterranean furnishings, surprises for the extraordinary and enormous shower cubicle built into a former oven.
The Nijinsky Suite, dedicated to dancer and choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky, instead pays tribute to the Russian style of the early 20th century and to the artists he admired, and is furnished with early 20th-century pieces in an elegant, harmonious dialogue between white and pink, both colours reappearing also in the other rooms.
The suite is marked by the constant presence of a star, present in the coverings, in the arabesque motifs and in the furnishings. The decoration in the bathroom, which offers a shower cubicle and Turkish bath, and is inspired by the fantasies drawn by Picasso for the cloak of a character in Parade, interpreted by Massine.