Suite Peggy Guggenheim
Suite Peggy Guggenheim

Peggy Guggenheim


{August 26, 1898 (New York, USA) – December 23, 1979 (Camposampiero, Italy)}

In the center of Porto, our Torel Avantgarde distinguishes this collector in one of our suites. In our award-winning boutique hotel in Porto, the Peggy Guggenheim Suite is opposite the Executive Deluxe Max Ernst hotel room, as a symbol of their love and togetherness.
ts wealth is portrayed through the glamorous velvet headboard, while the white walls are an analogy to the museums.
Peggy's portrait, made by Jorge Curval, represents her passion for painting.

35 m2
Twin bed
Occupancy: up to three people
Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay


Meet the artist Peggy Guggenheim...

Marguerite "Peggy" Guggenheim was an American, bohemian, and high society art collector.

Born into the wealthy Guggenheim family in New York, Peggy Guggenheim was the daughter of Benjamin Guggenheim, who went down with the Titanic in 1912; and niece of Solomon R. Guggenheim, who established the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.

Peggy Guggenheim created a remarkable collection of art, from Surrealism to Expressionism, in Europe and America, mainly between 1938 and 1946.

Display your collection while building it and, in 1949, he settled in Venice, where he lived and exhibited his collection for the rest of his life.

Most of her paintings were by Max Ernst, with whom she was in love, and by Jackson Pollock, both of whom were also exalted in our hotel in the center of Porto, in an Executive Deluxe and Suite, respectively.

Some of her works:

Walking man, by Giacometti;
The angel of the city, by Marino Marini;
Landscape with red spots, by Vassily Kandinsky.

Artistic currents: Surrealism, Expressionism, American Abstract Expressionism (which propelled through its space).

"I was a liberated woman long before there was a name for it." – Peggy Guggenheim

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