Emerson Spice Hotel Rooms all have a fabulously unique story;
This courtesan’s boudoir in shades of violet and blue, was dedicated to the lead character in Verdi’s “La Traviata”. Although the room is quite spacious, there is a feminine and intimate feeling; quite large, yet cozy and private.
Animated conversations and laughter drift upward from the street, but sounding as if in another room, behind a closed door evokes “Libiamo,” the famous aria from the first act. The furniture is antique, feminine and frilly; and there is lots of satin for such a small room.
The shower/bath is visible from all the room, but partially obscured by an arch, for a little mystery. The large carved mirror faces the bath for a lovely duet.