This suite has a romantic history. The bedroom has a hidden staircase leading to an antechamber with a single bed and a small lounge. This once belonged to a maid called Palmetta, who fell in love with Coppola’s grandfather Agostino, but now it makes a peaceful reading nook or the perfect hideaway for children staying at the hotel – the room can sleep four when an extra bed is added (up to two extra beds can be added, one for a child, the second for an adult or child; beds are free for under-12s or €60 a night for over 12s). The main bedroom has champagne-pink striped walls, a gilded ceiling frieze, a chandelier and hand-painted floor tiles. The king-size bed faces a floor-to-ceiling window, which opens out onto a balcony overlooking the town square. This room also has a Loewe HDTV, BluRay/DVD player, iPod dock, access to the hotel’s digital Italian-film library, a minibar and free WiFi; and the ensuite has a bathtub and a separate shower. Two extra guests can be accommodated in the room for an additional €60 per person per night, with one guest in an extra bed and the other guest in the single bed in the upstairs antechamber.