The room takes its name from the canvas by painter Giuseppe Marchese from Palermo, “Carrozzella” – carriage. It’s a bright room with a flame orange wall that provides the backdrop for the artwork. The work, as well as the colors of the furniture, are a clear reference to the typical style of Sicilian villages, transforming the room into a cozy retreat where art and tradition come together in perfect harmony. In fact, the horse-drawn carriage has a long tradition in Sicily, derived from the ancient Roman “carruca”, and remains a part of our cultural heritage, although in diminishing numbers. The room is located on the 2nd floor, and has a private external bathroom with mosaic and stone tiles, and a shower.