The suite is named after the tenor Beniamino Gigli, born in Recanati, in the Marche. A great friend of the Seghetti Panichi family, Gigli would stay in this suite when he came to visit.
The bedroom has a 19th century double bed (that can be separated into singles), a writing desk, a comfortable sofa and a gilded mirror.
A vestiaire furnished with a dressing table and a walnut wardrobe lies between the bedroom and a large bathroom (with separate bath and shower).
The suite’s walls, decorated with red wallpaper, feature family photographs with Beniamino Gigli.
There is a small library on one side of the room that contains books on the tenor from the Marche, as well as Maria Callas and historic theatres.
The suite come with satellite television, a mini-bar, telephone and wi-fi.