The Palazzo, after its ancient and noble scenario, has been renewed and has opened its doors to the town as well as to travelers. Keeping up its luster in its new life, the architect Mr. Ettore Mocchetti turned Palazzo Gattini into a historic place of value, giving it new life, sophistication and refinement.
With its rich historical heritage, Palazzo Gattini provides a private platform for those wishing to soak up the historic town and its surroundings. Make sure that you take a chance to relax on the roof terrace and indulge in the sublime views. The hotel itself echoes the rupestrian churches on the opposite side of the canyon: local stone has been fashioned into dramatic vaulted ceilings. The spacious rooms have a restrained elegance, mixing modern amenities with classic design and bespoke furniture. The old and the new live in perfect harmony at Palazzo Gattini: a wide staircase encircles a glass lift, while the cavernous spaces on the lower floor have been converted into a spa that is reminiscent of Roman baths.
As always at Palazzo Gattini, the decoration is understated and tasteful: a series of small sculptures are displayed in niches along one wall, a clever nod to the decorative language of the cathedral. Here is a hotel that oozes sophistication and perfectly complements its world-renowned setting.