The Magnolia Room communicates with the Damsels' Room (Salle des Dames) and can also be accessed directly via the outdoor terrace at garden level or via the corridor leading to the restaurant.
The room features two large, late eighteenth century tempera paintings ofarchitectural capriccios on canvas – a decorative style that continues over the walls and the ceiling vault.
The Magnolia Room was entirely decorated with frescoes, offering guests a delightful trompe l’oeil scene on the ceiling depicting balustrades, cornices and obelisks set against a swathe of painted sky decorating the edges of the room.
The decor transports guests to a secret garden where a small fountain can be glimpsed amongst exotic trees, fruits and flowers, the illusion creating an interplay with the outdoor terrace area dominated by the enormous magnolia tree that is the focal point of the garden, creating a comfortable and private space in which to enjoy an aperitif, a buffet or a coffee break in the fresh air.
Large, wrought iron candelabra wall lights emphasize the room's "outdoors" aspect and a light concealed inside the ceiling cornice illuminates the false sky. The floor, made of huge Alpine green marble slabs, accentuates the Persian rugs covering it.
The Magnolia Room is equipped with telephone sockets, WI-FI connection, air-conditioning and video projection screen and communicates with the adjacent Fireplace (Caminetto) Room.