Upon walking through the double doors, we immediately made a right into the little art-filled room, which is no bigger than an average hotel bathroom. And yet if our hotel bathroom had half the stuff this room did, we might find ourselves skipping the museum visits and just taking extra-long baths.
The walls are lined in gold fabric on one side, and blood red fabric on the other; and there's a window at the end with a curved art deco-inspired love seat in front of it. In front of the love seat is a small round wooden desk—the handles around the edges make it look like you can pull out drawers, but they are just for decoration.
But our favorite was on the red side of the room: a dramatic statuette of a panther, spine raised, head lowered, sat on top of a matching black lacquered sideboard. Another panther, this one more modestly posed, rested on the window sill.
Luckily for us, we managed to snap all our pictures, and squeeze in a little extra time to just admire the space, before finally heading out. After all, we still needed to find that bathroom!