This suite takes its name from the American journalist Donald Downes who entrusted Zeffirelli with Treville. Discover colours of the sea and breathtaking views. The space is characterized by a lightness evocative of a Matisse cut-out collage, made even more splendid with eye-catching contrasts of turquoise, deep red and white. The ample room looks out to sensational vistas and fuses the sea’s ethereal aura with luxurious details throughout: from crystal and semi-precious stone lamps in the bathroom to the Romanesque bathroom, the suite puts forth a veritably luxurious yet refined hospitality proposal, guaranteed to enchant with its exquisite views out to Positano’s coastline and Villa Tre Pini.
Bearing the name of former “bad boy of ballet” Rudolf Nureyev, the stunning suite is characterized by a truly unique aesthetic, inspired by a truly unique performer. The suite introduces guests to an unmatched aesthetic: Using the enigmatic leading man’s love of Moorish décor as inspiration, the elaborate suite hosts an array of colorful tile work in white, blue and black, all visible through an ornate mirror that elevates the ensemble. A generous living room lends itself to utter relaxation while a regal, Roman-style plunge pool and private balcony complete the discerning tableau.
Named after famed Ballets Russes founder and Treville Positano regular, Sergei Diaghilev, the suite occupies Villa Azzurra’s first floor. An ode to maritime splendour, in tune with Positano’s seaside tradition, the suite’s deep blue, ornate furnishings infuse the ultra-white space with eye-catching elements that look like they have just emerged from the waves. Corals fashioned into bouquets intermingle with antiques and judiciously placed mirrors that reflect the deep topaz expanse of the sea. The views are definitely the focal point within Diaghilev, even in the dazzlingly white ensuite bathroom, complete with free-standing Carrara marble grand bathtub beckoning guests to relax in inimitable style.