In the heart of downtown Padua...near the Railway Station, the University, the Court House, the Trade Fair Centre, the Metrobus and Palazzo Zabarella.The heart of the Tri-Veneto is wealthy in art districts within historical cities and places to discover. Padua is a privileged starting point.At the heart of Padua, on the corner between the Railway Station Square and the main town street in a panoramic position, there stands the Hotel Grand'Italia, certified by regional Law as ‘historic home’ by the Veneto region. It was build in 1909 as Folchi Palace on a project by architect Miozzo, and offers an admirable and innovative example of Art Nouveau. Your eye catches it in an impressive corner perspective animated by terraces, verandas and balconies enriched by flower decorations of wrought iron and gentle stone figures.
The scrupulous restoration of the building, fostered by Family Cinel, brought it back to its past splendour fully recovering the style and the rooms of the original project