Executive Anais Nin
Executive Anais Nin

Anais Nin


{Neuilly-sur-Seine, February 21, 1903 — Los Angeles, January 14, 1977}  

In Torel Avantgarde, the French artist Anais Nin is praised in an executive room, with a bathtub in the room and the possibility of a double or twin bed.

The writer is represented in the room by the use of the colors green, burgundy and brown, sent from France.

*An extraordinary room category in the most artistic hotel in Porto.
Double or twin bed;
Bathtub in the room;
Occupancy: up to two people;
Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay.



Meet the artist Anais Nin...

Anaïs Nin became famous for publishing personal diaries over an extensive period of around forty years, beginning when the artist was twelve.

Lover of Henry Miller, she only allowed her diaries to be published after the death of her husband Hugh Guiler. Influenced by psychoanalysis, her narratives and novels were full of erotic content.

Main artworks:

Delta of Venus;
Henry and Jane;
Anais Nin's diary;
Small birds;
House of Incest;
A spy in the house of love;

Artistic current : Surrealism and eroticism.

“We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.”   - Anais Nin

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