The interior design of the suite’s living room and main bedroom of 57m² represents the proportions and symmetries in vogue in the 18th century: authentic dado wood panelling, visual support for the fabric, reaching from the dado rail to the crown moulding ; matching silk-lined curtains ; vintage parquet floors, antique furniture, paintings, engravings and carpets; invisible mirror television integrated into a trumeau; six large antique windows with a splendid view through the period-appropriate old glass onto the neighboring Popes’ Palace.
The Belle Époque bathroom has a bathtub encased in Carrara Arabescato marble and a separate shower stall. Edwardian fittings and block-printed trompe l’oeil wallpaper imitating a drapery. The bathroom has its own large window with a view onto the garden and Popes’ Palace.
A connecting queen double room offers the possibility for a two-bedroom suite.
Montgeoffroy is the name of this historic cotton print, the original still visible in a room of Château Montgeoffroy. Created around 1770 it is an “affordable” imitation of the famous and expensive French floral ikats also referred to as “Pompadour silk” with the characteristic shimmering pattern.