Hovering near the ceiling there's a ginormous 19 x 12 commissioned painting of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's wife watching over the suite. There's also the "Tut Tub," a two-person bathtub surrounded by glittering gold and silhouette-patterned wallpaper in the bedrooms.
Amadeus' Bride was meant to be a bridal suite, but the two-bedroom space easily fits four to six people and makes more sense as a party pad. Granted, it'd be more of a shindig where you'd wear a corseted dress and Marie Antoinette wig.
The quirky Roxbury, which labels itself a boutique motel, offers a number of suites with vintage TV show (I Dream of Jeannie) or film (Austin Powers) themes. But if you want to live the high life, the Amadeus' Bride suite starts at $275 a night.
[Photo: The Roxbury's Facebook]