ROMEO AND JULIET SUITE
A passion for Shakespeare’s plays guided the creation of the Romeo and Juliet Suite, to the point of making this place one of the most romantic corners of Villa Tre Ville.
Made all the more wonderful by a privileged view of the island of Li Galli, this suite is decorated with vases from Vietri and works of art by different hands, including photographer Daniele Patriarca and painter Natalya Goncharova.
The Mediterranean is once again the inspiration for the Aida Suite, in which the wide variety of light-blues and Arabic decorations typical of Positano style create a unique atmosphere warmed even more by the works of art to be found in the suite, including a ceramic sculpture by Lucio Liguori.
Pure Oriental style has been adopted for the Turandot Suite, characterised by an unusual alcove with drapes and fabrics in typically Oriental colours and 19th century Indian collages showing love scenes.
Yellow and orange fabrics, both characteristic of Naples, constitute the defining element of the Carmen Suite, decorated with works of art by Paolo Sandulli, including one entitled Le Tuffatrici (’The divers’), and other pieces by craftsmen of the Amalfitan Coast.
The Norma Suite offers a marine atmosphere created by original furnishings, fine fabrics and miniatures and tools with the sea as theme.