Bellini’s tragedia lirica heroine lends her name to Treville Positano’s Norma Suite with its playful nautical theme and uplifting vibe. Bright white walls and floor tiles meet the perfect contrast with vivid maritime motifs and hues, model sailing vessels and joyous decorative touches. Out of the large windows, which let in ample light, stretches the horizon amid the waves while the little islands of Li Galli also make their appearance. Norma also features a private garden area, its richly planted grounds brimming with color in a sanctuary of peacefulness nestled at the heart of cosmopolitan Positano.
The freestanding depandance, Miramare, captures the essence of the Mediterranean with deep blue and crisp white hues throughout the vast space. A plush, comfortable bed topped with a regal canopy welcomes guests to the bedroom, complete with its own fireplace for that added “at-home” feeling that Treville Positano effortlessly exudes. A frieze dating back to 1781 was added by Zeffirelli yet appears to have been here since Treville Positano’s beginnings. On the walls and the floor, intricately decorated Vietri Sul Mare maiolica tiles, tether the aesthetic to the region’s heritage and artistic legacy. The balcony looks out to the sensational Amalfi Coast and the little islands of Li Galli, home of Homer’s beautiful yet treacherous sirens, elevating each stay with a picture-perfect tableau of natural beauty.
Within the ample spaces of the Butterfly suite, red, white and blue co-exist harmoniously in a game of subtle contrasts with a nautical edge. In keeping with the village’s maritime heritage, the same color palette continues throughout with maiolica tiles in the same hues providing perfect continuity. The grand shower area with the vertically striped tiles offers the space an unbeatable character complete by works of art and ceramics on the walls. Curved arches afford Butterfly an added touch of softness, effortlessly conjuring up images of the perfect, most inviting summertime retreat.