The life and the legend of the Hotelier- Scientist: …So why Parker’s?
At the end of the 19th century, George Parker Bidder III, a wealthy English marine biologist, who spent much of his time at the zoological department of the Royal Villa Comunale, saved the former Hotel Tramontano Beau Rivale, where he was a loyal guest, from financial ruin. Grand Hotel Parker’s as it became known, transformed into the select retreat for the literary and cultural elite of British high society. Fast forward to the aftermath of WW II and Grand Hotel Parker’s is once again rescued but this time by Francesco Paolo Avallone, patron of the fine arts.
The Grand Hotel Parker's is reborn. Massive restoration is underway with great detail and attention paid to preserving the priceless original features.
The Grand Hotel Parker's is the historical legacy of old-world grandeur and flawless service today just as it was in 1870…