Labirinto della Masone


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    The Labirinto della Masone, conceived by Franco Maria Ricci, opened in May 2015 as a culmination of his career. Initially announced in his magazine, FMR, the project evolved into a multifaceted cultural park. It features a publishing house, a museum showcasing art from various periods, and spaces for temporary exhibitions, events, and parties. Surrounding it all, there is an impressive bamboo maze, fulfilling Ricci’s promise to Jorge Luis Borges. Inspired by the Island of Cythera described in the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, the labyrinth was brought to life through the collaboration with architect Davide Dutto in the 1990s, resulting in its eventual realization.

    Equipped with modern amenities like free Wi-Fi, HD TVs, and private patios, the Suites also offer complimentary on-site parking and baggage storage. Pets are welcome, and the bathrooms feature hydro-massage bathtubs, spacious showers, and a range of toiletries. The trained staff speaks Italian and English, ensuring smooth communication. Daily cleaning and towel services are provided, along with breakfast room service. Guests have access to the bar, specialty store, and elegant restaurant catering to special dietary needs. Access to the entire facility, including courtyards, the Labyrinth, and the Museum, is available during opening hours, along with guided tours of Franco Maria Ricci’s collections.

    Located in the heart of the Labyrinth, two luxurious Suites await discerning guests. Adorned with exquisite artworks and refined décor, these accommodations are designed to cater to lovers of luxury and comfort alike. Each suite boasts a spacious living area, a sumptuous master bedroom, and two opulent bathrooms featuring marble showers and Jacuzzis.
    Guests staying in these Suites have the privilege of exploring the intricate maze of the Labyrinth and visiting the museum complex, which showcases impressive art collections and rotating exhibitions.