The first hotel for artists in Europe

Casa Cuseni was the first hotel for artists in Europe, in 1947. Today, as then, it is still open for hospitality. Here, Ernest Hemingway wrote his first novel, Lord Bertrand Russell won the Nobel Prize for Literature, Sir Frank Brangwyn, Sir Alfred East, Cecil Hunt, Sir George Clausen, painted Sicilian landscapes, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, Pablo Picasso, Henry Faulkner, Salvador Dali, Denis Mack Smith, Roald Dahl, Jocelyn Broke, Tennessee Williams and many others again, all found an ideal place to write, paint, or simply a magical place to rest as Greta Garbo was to discover.

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