The eight rooms in the Palazz envelop guests in a cozy cocoon of jewel-toned walls, celebrating its past with imposing 200-year-old oak beams and lamps of the finest Venetian silk overhead.
The Villa has twelve extraordinary rooms and suites that pair the soaring ceilings, ornate stuccos and artisanal floors of the building’s 18th-century heyday with every modern comfort you can conceive.
Casa al Lago
The Casa al Lago, nestled in a lush green oasis, has the lake literally at its feet. For families and small groups, the four rooms, each with its own private garden overlooking the lake, may also be booked as exclusive use.
In a villa such as this, character creates itself. Our task is only to add details to delight, showcasing Italy’s finest artisans. The palace wears its grandeur lightly, every corner conveying a feeling of home. A casa ideale, if you will, rooted in lavish collective memory and essentially Italian Accoglienza: a warm embrace of space inviting you to make it your own…
From Latin accolligo (“welcome”)
The art of welcoming, of receiving a person; the manner and words with which one is welcomed. Alternatively, to offer sanctuary, a place of refuge : a warm welcome.