The room is a small ashram which takes its name from the arabesque style of the glazed terracotta panels, an artistic expressiveness of Islamic origin and which can be seen throughout Sicily thanks to the former Arab domination which gave our land its strong socio-cultural connotations. In the arabesque style, the phytomorphic (flowers and plants), calligraphic and geometric patterns are stylized and repeated continuously, often to fill gaps, but in this room they become the protagonists of ornamental taste, whose only function is to give a purely aesthetic pleasure. The orange-colored wall behind the wrought iron bed illuminates the room without the glare of the yellow or the harshness of the red, providing a symbol of happiness and vitality. The orange was skillfully chosen, and thus the Arabic origin of its etymology is not by chance.
The room has a private external bathroom with a shower.

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