A seventeenth century venetian villa
A seventeenth century venetian villa, Villa Quaranta keeps the unique fascination of a ancient noble villa.
A VILLA OF TIMELESS ATMOSPHERE
Villa Quaranta was the summer residence of a noble Veronese family, the Quarantas. It was turned into an hotel in the 1986, after a careful restoration respecting the original drawing and architectural style.
The villa boasts a fascinating seventeenth century atmosphere. Secular trees, Italian style garden, Romantic courtyard, a façade with simple shapes with windows decorated with a shaped frame.
THE CENTRAL ROOM ON THE GROUND FLOOR
The central room boasts above the doors, walls decorated with frescoes. A beautiful marble stair takes to the upper floor with ceiling frescoed by images of the classical tradition.
THE "PIANO NOBILE" (FIRST FLOOR) OF THE VILLA
On the first floor the "Loggia dell’Angelo" (Angel Lodge) introduces one of the most fascinating room of the villa, the "Salone delle Arti", featuring a ceiling frescoed with multicoloured country images.
DESTINATION OF GREAT HISTORICAL PERSONAGES
On the outside wall of the Villa a plaque notes that the Emperor Alexander I of Russia stayed in Villa Quaranta in 1822, crossing Italy for the Holy Alliance Congress.