MONALDESCHI SUITE (dependance)
The Monaldeschi Suite charms and captivates like a jewelled casket. The master bedroom and bathroom are located in an impressive medieval tower, whose austerity is mitigated by the lightness of the pastels of the historic frescoes of the vaulted ceiling , with the center shield representing the coat of arms of the Monaldeschi family.
In this room it is said that the second sentence was sent to Dante Alighieri by Ranieri of Zaccaria of Orvieto.
The suite is embellished by the adjoining Ranieri Room (the noble and prestigious family who built the building giving their name to the main structure and the square in front of it). Given its important dimensions (70 sqm by about 5 m high)and the beauty of the wooden ceiling and the beautiful views the room is suited to events and meetings.
SUITE RANIERI (dependance)
La Suite Ranieri prende il nome dal Cardinale Teodorico Ranieri (1235 – 1306), Camerlengo di Santa Romana Chiesa e Capitano Generale della Provincia del Patrimonio nel 1300, che fece costruire l’omonimo palazzo con torre medievale limitrofa all’Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini.
La stanza da letto è caratterizzata da uno splendido affaccio sulla chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista, una delle più antiche di Orvieto che, come molte chiese della rupe, sembra sia stata costruita su più livelli preesistenti, ognuno di questi appartenuto a diverse epoche.
Oltre ai suggestivi affacci, la suite Ranieri si fregia di arredi raffinati e di un soppalco con scala a chiocciola che può ospitare un ulteriore posto letto. Il moderno bagno dispone anche di una confortevole jacuzzi di design.
LOGGIA DE’ MERCANTI SUITE
The Loggia de ‘Mercanti Suite is characterized by the private use of a pleasant terrace, overlooking the Piccolomini Palace, overlooking the frescoes of the Carmine Church portal.
The newly built suite has contemporary and charming décor and features a generous double bed and large modern shower.
In the company of a good book with views of the Church of the Carmine frescoes or enjoying an outdoor drink on the terrace is one of the many unique occasions that Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini is delighted to offer you.
The Junior Suites of Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini are characterized by the elegance of their architectural elements and furnishings. Due to the peculiarity of the historic building,protected by heritage law,there are no standard rooms or junior suites each is unique.
Each of these has several reasons to surprise and fascinate: the views, some on the sloping terracotta roofs of the medieval quarter, others on the frescoes above the portal of the neighboring Church of the Carmine (now transformed into theatre), the presence of a pleasant terrace where we can relax in the company of good Orvieto wine or lofts or other unique details to crystallize in time pleasant memories.
The room consists of two large rooms with high ceilings over four meters.
In the main one there is a large, modern double bed and bathroom with a large shower.
The other room, located inside the imposing walls of the medieval tower of Palazzo Ranieri,which is located in front of the main structure of Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini, serves as a living room with a main desk, armchairs and an elegant chaise longue transformable into Two beds on request.
The triple rooms of Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini are equipped with all the facilities of a double room and are characterized by their own particularity.
Staying in a triple allows you to enjoy the architectural beauty of the property and sharing the pleasure with your loved ones.
The main characteristic of the rooms at Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini is their uniqueness. The palace in which they were built is in fact an asset of recognized historical-artistic relevance bound and protected by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the Superintendence.
For this reason, during restoration, the masonry and the various architectural treasures were preserved while maintaining the spaces inside the building unique in respect of those values that make a stay at Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini an authentic immersion in history, Architecture and art.
Although in their peculiarity all the rooms are equipped with uniform furnishings and services in accordance with the quality standards of a superior category hotel you come not to sleep. You come for the pure pleasure of beauty, for the convenience of traveling comfortably and to experience new sensations. You will be in a palace of the sixteenth century, built by a family of nobles and popes. You will come to stay.
The single rooms of Hotel Palazzo Piccolomini, despite their small size, are characterized by details that make them cozy and comfortable thanks to the amenities and services as in the other “standard rooms” of the hotel.