Enchanting 1-Month Stay at a Luxury Villa in France
Enjoy a 1-month stay in an 8-bedroom Villa in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France.
Situated in a private residential area in Cap Martin, the Villa stands out for its architecture with a distinct marine influence.
Designed by one of the most sought after naval architects, the villa was created with a unique concept where it's lines are derived from the world of super yachts. With eight high-lux double suites on three different levels, the arrangement of rooms allows members of the household to maintain their privacy.
Hi-tech camera and security systems ensure that guests have the maximum privacy and security. The pinnacle of luxury is shown in the master suite with its Jacuzzi and private spa that have sea views.
An impressive veranda protected by a linen-lined canopy enhances the vast view of the sea and surrounding mountains. On the uppermost floor is a billiard room, in the living room you can enjoy films on the huge 70 inch TV while all bedrooms enjoy DVD players, satellite TV and WiFi, essential for both business or leisure. The heated pool situated in the main garden area meets all safety regulations while offering the most exotic Mediterranean views and vegetation.
The initial cleaning service, including towels, garden and swimming pool upkeep are included. The winner will be responsible for the electricity and water consumption as well as for the final cleaning service. It is possible to purchase the following benefits upon request: private chef, car rental, motorbikes, boats, elicopters, private jets, wines and gourmet food.
The “Center for Autoimmune Liver Diseases” is a tertiary referral center and one of the largest center for autoimmune liver disease internationally with a very active program of basic and clinical research in autoimmune liver diseases (ALD) based on the availability of a wealth of clinical material. Currently more than 1000 Italian patients with ALD, such as primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC), primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), autoimmune hepatitis (AIH), and their dreadful complication cholangiocarcinoma are followed at the “Center”. The “Center” was recently accreditated as one of the Italian Collaborative Centers of the European Reference Network on the rare liver diseases such as ALD. Is part of the Division of Gastroenterology of the School of Medicine at San Gerardo Hospital in Monza, University of Milan Bicocca, and was created to coordinate the activities of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of these diseases through a multidisciplinary team consisting of internists, hepatologists, gastroenterologists, clinical immunologists, radiologists, pathologists and surgeons. The goal is to provide the patient with a full course of treatment, diagnosis and therapy.The team is committed to understand the etiopathogenetic aspects of ALD, with particular attention for the development of novel diagnostic and prognostic markers, understanding their genetic and epigenetic architecture, and development of novel therapies. Finally, an epidemiological observatory was open to monitor the prevalence and incidence of ALD in Italy and the rest of the world.