Salvadore Dali Room
Influenced by Freud's theory of the unconscious, Dali joined a group of artists - called the Surrealists. Dali's artistic style crystallized into a blend of precise realism and dreamlike fantasy that became his hallmark. He showed people and objects transformed into fantastic photographic-like images that are often set in deserted landscapes.
The Dali Room on the third floor is a small sleeping room with a full-sized bed, a peek at the bay and warm morning sun. Includes shared bath, shared refrigerator, free local phone calls, flat screen TV, DVD player and complimentary wireless internet.