RANIERI SUITE (dependance)
The Ranieri Suite is named after Cardinal Teodorico Ranieri (1235-1306), Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Empire and General Captain of the Province of Patrimony in 1300, who built the palace with a medieval tower adjacent to Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini and gave it his name.
The bedroom is characterized by a splendid view of the church of St. John the Evangelist, one of the oldest in Orvieto which, like many churches on the cliff, seems to have been built on several pre-existing levels, each of which belonging to a different era.
In addition to the impressive facades, the Ranieri Suite features refined furnishings and a spiral staircase that can accommodate a further bed. The modern bathroom also features a comfortable jacuzzi.