Suite Superior Ernest Hemingway
Suite Superior Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway

SUITE SUPERIOR - ERNEST HEMINGWAY

{July 21, 1899 (Illinois, USA) – July 2, 1961 (Idaho, USA)}

 

DISCOVER OUR SUITE SUPERIOR ERNEST HEMINGWAY:

Ernest Hemingway, famous for the work “For whom the bell tolls”, was represented in a Superior Suite, with dark tones, bathtub, and balcony.

 

His adventurous lifestyle and passion for writing were captured in this hotel room.

Writing is represented through the classic desk, which is next to the window, a strategically designed position that allows the contemplation of the outside in the search for inspiration and the awakening of new ideas.

The cat represents your six-legged cats.


SUITE SUPERIOR ERNEST HEMINGWAY:

  • 32 m2;
  • Double bed;
  • Bathtub;
  • Balcony;
  • Occupancy: up to three people;
  • Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay.

 

See our other rooms in the Suite Superior category: Piet Mondrian and Auguste Rodin.


MEET THE ARTIST ERNEST HEMINGWAY...

Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American novelist, short story writer, and journalist.

His thrifty and understated style had a strong influence on 20th century fiction, while his adventurous life and public image influenced later generations.

He worked as a war correspondent in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War.

 

Some of his main works:

  • The old man and the sea;
  • For whom the bell tolls
  • Adventures of a young man;
  • Islands in the stream;
  • The sun also rises.

 

Literary Currents: Romance and Tales.

 

"A man may be destroyed, but not defeated." – Ernest Hemingway