A Balinese majestic Queen-sized bed, perfect for the single bachelor or bachelorette, beckons on to a vast open balcony looming over the Rio Cuale below. Flanking the bed are a platinum filigreed afghan screen and a jungle tableau biombo, leaving ample room for closet space and a spacious armoire.
An antique chandelier is the focal point, while crimson satin curtains adorn three walls. A shuttered wooden, accordion-style, beveled glass door is great for yoga, exercise, or meditation.
The bathroom features a deep buff terracotta bathtub, perfect for a candle-light soak for two... very indian in style. A handsome toilet and chartreuse crystalline green sink are illuminated by beveled glass windows giving you a 180 degree view of the flora and fauna, and the roaring river below.
So close in proximity to the pink "Bridge of Sighs" connecting Elizabeth Taylor with Richard Burton, on quiet balmy nights one could overhear their chronic lovers' spats. Richard always wanted to be a writer, so when Liz would get angry she would take and drop his trusty red typewriter on her betrothed's foot! Ouch!
A vined hallway lined majestically with three cherry wood bay windows showcases the billowing manta white curtains that were Tony Scotts trademark in his movies with David Bowie and Katherine Denueve.
* A/C * Wifi * Cable TV * Balcony with view of the river * Full and continental Breakfast * Honor Bar * Pool and Jacuzzi