The room where Abbado died is now a bed-and-breakfast

For the last ten years of life Claudio Abbado rented a house in Bologna with a rood terrace and view over the city. He died there on January 20, 2014.

Last week, the owners opened a luxury Bed & Breakfast in his apartment, with four rooms (nine beds) of which the most coveted is the Abbado Room.

Luca Baccolini has broken the story in La Repubblica.

Would you stay there? Could you?



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  • What exactly would be the problem of sleeping in the room where Abbado died? I have slept in the room where my mother died, so certainly would have had no problems in sleeping in a B&B where someone has died naturally.

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