"Uneasy rests the head that wears a crown" Entering on Calle Aquiles Serdan one passes hefty wooden doors into a spacious wonderland. A crystal Venetian Grand Chandelier reminiscent of the one that hangs in the Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City illuminates this diamond salon while windows enhance lighting from above. This suite has it's own private entrance...perfect for privacy. Fabulous for entertaining, “Silver’s” most famous boat style divan can be seen on the left, and a large citrus lime couch can be rolled out to sleep two people. The cherry wood table and chairs are perfect for entertaining or a writer’s contemplation. The entire abode has twinkling wall lights with dimmers which reflect enticing hues off the large, handmade, white-tiled mosaic floor. These works of art you will find only at Rivera del Rio. Gorgeous paintings tower on the walls…the most cherished, one of the lady of the house, was painted by the late world-renowned Sheila Devine. A blazing fireplace with mirrored walls, make this a joyous surrounding. Twinkling lights accentuate the hues of the wedge-wood walls and the large tiled floor below in a royal design that can also be seen in Empress Carlotta’s castle in Chapultepec. All appliances are brand new with a range and broiler oven and featuring a spacious new refrigerator.