The rooms are each different
and unique, and nestle in the ancient spaces of the Palazzo’s main floor. They
are all quiet, and either face onto the internal courtyard or the road that
borders the San Gregorio Armeno convent.
We planned these spaces especially to suit the traveller who favours minimalism and simplicity to be able to both relax indoors and easily enjoy the dense, colourful and energy-filled world awaiting them out on the city’s main streets.
Special attention has been paid to the construction details and furnishings, which feature good quality materials like leather, steel and wood.
We have opted not to install air conditioning; given the historic nature of the palazzo, construction rules advise against it. Your comfort is nevertheless ensured thanks to the thick external walls which protect from both the heat and cold. Climate-control is also aided by the chestnut wood window shutters which act as insulation, meaning that during the day it is best to leave the shutters closed to ensure it is fresh and cool on your return.