Poesie (poems)

POESIE (SALVATORE QUASIMODO)

The hermetic poet Salvatore Quasimodo was born in Modica in 1901. He soon left Sicily and it seems that it was the distance from home who brought him to dedicate himself to writing. In his numerous poems, the Island becomes the symbol of lost happiness. The difficult estrangement, however, also allowed him to become a part of one of the most exclusive circle of artists and writers, among which there was Eugenio Montale. In 1959 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. The room Poesie, with a view of the court, has an adjacent terrace and it is 35 squared metres wide.

  • Queen size bed
  • Terrace
  • Bathroom with a shower
  • Living area with dormeuse
  • Wifi Connection
  • Conditioned air
  • Satellite TV
  • Telephone with direct line
  • In-room Safe
  • Mini bar
  • Kettle and selection of Thé Mariage Frères and Bio Tisane
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobe and other accessories
  • Signoria Florence sheets
  • Simmons mattress
  • Room service
  • Courtesy sets, perfumes made exclusively for Dimora delle Balze
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