The suite is named after Giacomo Puccini’s opera which tells the story of Prince Calf, hopelessly in love with the distant Princess Turandot who refuses to marry him despite him overcoming every challenge she sets. In keeping with Zeffirelli’s opulent scenography for the oeuvre, Turandot features a curtained sea-green and gold boudoir as well as an unmistakable oriental aesthetic. The bed is nestled in an inviting alcove with rich blue, green and gold tones which are perfectly contrasted with the colorful living area and herringbone tiles on the floor. The suite’s spacious bathroom leads to a secluded garden which offers amazing views of picturesque Positano and the sea stretching towards the horizon.
Inspired by Giuseppe Verdi’s homonymous opera and the sumptuous set design Zeffirelli curated, the Aida suite is an ode to the Mediterranean with its unmistakable colors dominating the space. The curved arches offer a sense of softness throughout while sinuously light adornments infuse the space with an inviting aura. The bed and sitting area face the large French windows and lead out to the garden terraces of Villa Tre Pini. Throughout the space arabesque embellishments meet delicate paintings providing the suite a unique exoticism that harmonises with Verdi’s extravagant masterpiece.
Named after the Russian dancer and choreographer Leonide Massine. Discover earthy colours and an impeccable combination of 19th-century decor and stunning painted ceilings. Direct the gaze upwards and see joyously-coloured maiolica tiles round-off a most eclectic ambience. The suite hosts an elegant living room and large bedroom directly leading to a striking Roman-style bathroom on the floor below, while unique decorative touches throughout infuse the space with balletic joie de vivre.
A strong sense of theatricality permeates the Tosca Suite, named after Puccini’s operatic masterpiece. Pristine white walls and rich blues provide an ideal color contrast in the décor while the ultimate piéce de resistance remains to be discovered: an imposing gold centerpiece rests above the bed, like a warm sun shining over the shores of Positano. The symphony of white continues uninterrupted in the ensuite bathroom with its vast picture windows gazing out to wonderful panoramic views and allowing nature’s charm to flow uninterrupted through the rooms. On the private terrace outside, shared with the Callas suite, a romanesque plunge pool awaits to offer guests the most relaxing holiday experience yet.
Dedicated to Vaslav Nijinsky, the troubled dancer and choreographer that took the stage by storm, the homonymous suite is an homage to Russian decorative style prevalent in the early 20th century. Elegant white and pink take center stage with a star motif making its appearance throughout the space, the decoration and wall sconces. An undulating marble staircase leads to an inviting bedroom and a palatial steam room decorated in the styles of Bakst and Picasso’s costume creations for Nijinsky’s performances.
Flamboyant, bright and irreverent just like the leading lady in Carmen, the suite riffs off the temperament of Bizet’s heroine. Traditional Neapolitan elements and Seville-inspired interiors in vibrant colors transform the space into a residence that excites the imagination. The balcony right outside, sheltered by flourishing bougainvillea and affording perfect privacy, looks out the verdant cascading terraces as well as the deep blue sea, for a uniquely tranquil stay surrounded by Positano’s boundless charm.