The first of the three communicating rooms accessed through the glass door leading from the hall is named after the stucco medallions adorning the ceiling depicting images of ladies inspired by the paintings of Boucher (an eighteenth century French artist).
The room is dominated by two large oil paintings, one of Sissi, Empress of Austria and the other of Princess Elisabeth Esperovna Belosselsky Troubetskoy, two of the most beautiful ladies of their time immortalised by Winterhalter, a nineteenth century portrait painter favoured by the nobility.
The walls, embellished with gold mirrors and engravings, are covered in antique wainscot panelling in the style of Louis XVI, with lacquered and faux marble backgrounds.
Antique Murano glass lamps and gold bronze wall sconces illuminate the room, while a marble surround frames a fireplace inlaid with magnificent Neapolitan tiles. The Venetian terrazzo flooring is made of fragments of marble skilfully positioned to produce a highly intricate design of colours and inlaid borders.
The room has a luxurious yet cosy and comfortable feel and is the ideal venue for hosting banquets or meetings.
Aperitifs, buffets or coffee breaks can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace, surrounded by the flowers and luxuriant vegetation that are a distinctive feature of our garden.
The room is equipped with telephone sockets, WI-FI connection and video projector screen and communicates with the Magnolia Room.