Suite rooms :

The Suite of Maioliche :

The suite of  “maioliche” ( 204 ); tiles from the warm and bright colors decorate the wall above the seat.
A staircase brings to the loft where the extraordinary mastery of the artist can be admired. He decorated by hand the numerous different tiles one from the other.

The room of the laces :

The room of the laces ( 203 ) that it recalls the ancient tradition of the Sicilian women that since they were young they prepared their nuptial trousseau with care.
Above the seat a collage of ancient laces can be admired and, climbing the staircases, the roof is embellished with some masterpieces represent the history of the Sicilian lace.

The Suite of the Sun :

The room of the sun ( 202) in wich a sun of “small rounded stone and crocks” smoothed by the sea and by the time, picked from the river S. Bartholomeo, they illuminate the suite. The staircase that goes to the loft is rich of various graphic representations of the “God Sole” in the various etnies and ancient civilizations.

The Suite of the Sicilian Dialect :

The room of the Sicilian dialect ( 201 ), first attempt of linguistic unification of our peninsula.
In the thirteenth century, at the court of Federico II of Swabia, the “Sicilian School” was born in which a developed culture produced poetries in “vulgar” and its theme was love.
Our Alcamese poet , Ciullo D’ Alcamo, in that period , composed the famous loving contrast “Rosa Fresca Aulentissima” , it constitutes the beginning of the writing in Italian language, straight before the great Florentine wrote of the “Dolce Stil Novo”
The writing of the words in the cooked one of the “room of the Sicilian dialect” wants to pay tribute to the “Sicilian School” at the court of Federico II.
Federico II, whose mother was the last Norman queen, Costanza D’Altavilla,

The Suite of Origins :

 the “Room of the origins”, (108).
It unifies the historical and structural characteristics of the hotel. The Room of the Origins reassumes, with the elegance and the refinement of its nineteenth-century furniture, the original aspects of the structure: seventeenth-century beam built among the fields to welcome in the various seasons the products of the earth, its workers and sometimes the owners in its so-called “noble zone.”