This room is breathtaking with its jewel-toned Pierre Frey wallcovering inspired by the Montgolfier brothers’ first hot air balloon flights in the late 18th century. This arabesque pattern is a recreation of illustrations of the flight from the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris in 1783, initially completed in woodblock. With expansive views of the garden through the two sets of grand casement windows, nearly 15-foot tall ceilings, historical point de Hongrie patterned original wood flooring, defined sitting area with an empire-style daybed, king bed layered in fine European linens with a canopy crown lavishly draped in silk, this suite is decidedly noble. The bathroom has stunning marble floors, a marble shower, delightful clawfoot tub, and loads of Maison Caulières bath and beauty products.