From the early days of the 20th century, this magnificent Art Nouveau building in the heart of Genoa has cradled the history of the "Superba" and its most illustrious names. The ballroom was the venue for the great revelries of the nobility and, during the Second World War, the Germans took it over as their headquarters, building a secret passage right down to the port. Alfred Hitchcock came here to shoot scenes for his To Catch a Thief, and the stars of the Dolce Vita all stopped off here. Beautifully restored, its treasures include original furniture and fittings of inestimable value.
Via XX Settembre 35, 16121 Genova (GE)
- Francesco Barberi - President
- Giovanni Ferrando - Director
- Hotelinvest S.p.A. - Manager
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