Doge Sitting Room | Hearst Castle

Doge Sitting Room | Hearst Castle

 The Doge sitting room features a spectacular ceiling painting known as a trompe l’oeil. This art piece is dated to be early 17th century, created from wood, gesso, and tempera, from the Netherlands. The title of this painting is the “Annunciation to the Shepherds”, and it depicts the symbolic...

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Doge Suite North | Hearst Castle

Doge Suite North | Hearst Castle

 The Doge Suite North was among the first bedrooms to be completed during the construction of the main building. The Doge’s consist of a North and South bedroom, as well as a sitting room. To have the pleasure of spending a night in the Doge’s, made you a very...

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Doge’s Suite South | Hearst Castle

Doge’s Suite South | Hearst Castle

 Welcome to the delightful group of rooms known as the Doges. The Doge suite was reserved exclusively for very special guests staying at the castle, and according to the actress Colleen Moore, “When you slept in the Doge’s, you knew you had ‘arrived.’” This bedroom was among the first...

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