It has two Henry II-style double beds made of walnut with feather-shaped marquetry, columns, and capitals on the side. It is so called because the creator of the current building of the Fontainebleau Palace was Francisco 1.
It is named in honor of the Queen of France, Eleonora, who lived in the Moncenigo de Gambara Palace. The room has a king-size bed and a bedroom of French origin, Henry II style, with beautiful carvings.
Named after Queen Anastasia Romanov of Russia, who lived in the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, now known as the Hermitage Museum, the room features a king-size bed of Italian origin with ornaments of mythological figures, such as a bronze […]
The room has a king-size bed with furniture of French Napoleon III origin in veneered oak with feather-shaped details. So-called because it is the only room located in the antechamber of the chapel of our hotel, and in its honor, […]
It is named in honor of Queen Amalia of Saxony, queen consort of Spain who lived in the Palace of Madrid. The room has two double beds with French walnut headboards, Louis XV style, chairs with backrests, and a rattan […]