This is Villa Cuseni’s most panoramic room. It is located on the second floor and was originally the villa’s painting studio, very quiet and with extraordinary natural light.
Three windows, made like a Renaissance triptych, frame a panorama without equal in the world, with Mount Etna, the sea and the garden below. The room is furnished with antique Sicilian furniture from the 1800s, with original Sicilian majolica floor tiles from the early 1900s, perfectly restored, and with paintings by Robert H. Kitson, the painter credited with making Taormina famous throughout the world, Don Roberto Kitson, as he was called in town.
This room, a junior suite, consists of a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom with shower.
The paintings and antique furniture in this room have been part of the Italian National Cultural Heritage since 26 March 2021 and are under the protection of the Belle Arti.
Please take good care of them!