For those looking for a single room, we propose a trilogy entirely inspired by famous Italian comics.

DIABOLIK Room

The entire room is dedicated to the character Diabolik and his famous partner Eva Kant, with handmade drawings and furniture made with the technique of découpage using the boards taken from the real comics.

“Diabolik” is one of the most popular series in the history of Italian comics, created in 1962, consists of over 800 volumes, which lead to the birth of the “fumetti neri” (dark comics) subgenre. The series takes its name from its protagonist, an anti-theft thief, inspired by several Italian pulp fictional characters and other countries.

Low season: € 80 per Night
High season: € 90 per Night
Room Size: 13 m²

VALENTINA Room

This room is dedicated to the cartoon character Valentina Rosselli, known simply as Valentina, the protagonist of the comic book of the same name created by Guido Crepax.

He made his debut in 1965 on the pages of the magazine Linus, initially destined to the role of secondary character, in the third installment of the sci-fi comic book Neutron: The Lesmo curve. The character of Valentina is also known to non-comic fans for his appearances in advertising.

The comic strip has a cinematic, often dreamlike, and is full of quotes ranging from history, art, to the comic itself. In the plots, real and imaginary often merge or merge without a clear distinction.

Low season: € 80 per Night
High season: € 90 per Night
Room Size: 13 m²

DYLAN DOG Room

This room is dedicated to the cartoon character Dylan Dog, created by Tiziano Sclavi and graphically by Claudio Villa, protagonist of the homonymous series of horror genre published since 1986.

The series soon reached such a success as to make it one of the best-selling Italian comics, object of numerous reprints and considered a cult of Italian comics.

Low season: € 80 per Night
High season: € 90 per Night
Room Size: 13 m²