This room carry the name of Mansone I considered to be the true leader of the history of Amalfi. Under his rule, the Republic of Amalfi, became rich and prosperous, ready to play a leading role in the economy and in the diplomatic policy of the Mediterranean.
To Mansone I is attributed the construction at his own expense of some of the most important churches of Amalfi including the new Cathedral of St. Andrew the Apostle.
This delightful standard double or twin room has vaulted ceilings, in use in the architecture of the Amalfi Coast to make the rooms cooler.
It has a nice small French balcony overlooking the typical, cool alleys of the historical center of Amalfi.