La vie de Bohème
The novel that inspired the opera ‘La Bohème’ by Giacomo Puccini
The opera originated in Italy, and was played in our country from the sixteenth century. Prior to the year 1700 composers throughout Europe had to read librettos written almost exclusively in Italian, as it was considered the language of music.
The theatrical representation of opera brings together many arts: music, acting, literature, scenography, ballet; and its golden age was considered to be between 1800 and the first half of 1900, thanks to artists such as Gioacchino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini.
The name of the room is the title of the novel that inspired the libretto for the opera ‘La Bohème’ by the great Tuscan musician. While the embroidered phrase is taken from the air ‘Che gelida manina’ sung by Alfredo to his beloved Mimi.
Superior rooms represent the perfect combination of traditional Valle d’Aosta decor and higher levels of comfort.