Suite 105 is much more than a simply, luxury suite. It is an experience. You do not enter just the most spacious suite of the Grand Hotel et de Milan. You enter what was the apartment, where Giuseppe Verdi, the Master, lived for many different periods over twenty years, from 1872 to 1901, the year of his death.
Here is where Verdi lived dramas and successes. The tragedy of the loss of his wife and children; happiness for the success of the first Otello, his second last work before Falstaff. Joys and sorrows intimately enclosed in a very spacious ambiance, with a bedroom and comfortable living room. The furniture is original with the desk on which the Master wrote, in fact, his last two masterpieces. The colours are subdued. Taupe dominates along with a few shades of green, promise for a soothing environment where you can relax and hear an echo or two of a few notes from an aria from Othello. Dominating the living room is a large portrait of Verdi, who seems to be looking at you, welcoming you into his home. Or better, in his private study, allowing you to participate in his work of composition. You are not alone in this suite. There is always the Master, sitting there at his desk.