“L. Brik” Standard Double Room
Double room with a private bathroom.
“You have to convince a man that he is great, even brilliant, but that others do not understand that. And just let him do what is not allowed at home. Like smoking or going wherever he likes. Nice shoes and silky underwear will do the rest.”
Lilya Brik drove men crazy with youth. According to legend, even Feodor Chaliapin was in the number of her admirers. Lilya was smart; she studied at the architectural courses, engaged in molding, wrote books and articles. But Lilya Brik went down in history as a muse of Vladimir Mayakovsky in the first place. It was her, his beloved “Lilichka”, who he devoted his writings to. At the time of affair with the poet Lilya was married, and five years later three of them (including her husband) began to live together! When Mayakovsky committed suicide, it was Brik who wrote a letter to Stalin and got former lover’s verses to be printed again. In addition, she has helped to establish the State Museum of Mayakovsky.
At the age of 87, being injured and confined to bed, Lilya Brik has decided to end her life and took an overdose of sleeping pills.
In our “Lilya Brik” room you may see the copy of original poster from “Shackled by Film” – a silent movie by Mayakovsky’s scenario, where Lilya Brik has played a ballerina. Also, the room has got elegant shades and touching resemblance to the “Mayakovsky” room, which symbolizes their amazing alliance.
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