A hotel&SPA in the province of Perugia surprises for its beauty and technology

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Piazza del Comune, Montefalco (Perugia). Palazzo Bontadosi, now a Hotel and Spa, was built in the early 15th century

A jewel dating back to the 15th century, with a long and spectacular history. Before being a ‘boutique hotel’, Palazzo Bontadosi Hotel & Spa provided an amazing setting to the artists who frescoed its rooms over the centuries, transforming it into an authentic work of extraordinary beauty.

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One of the 12 rooms of the Bontadosi Hotel & Spa where the frescoes have been restored

Palazzo Bontadosi is located in the central square of Montefalco, a town in the province of Perugia, where Sagrantino and Montefalco Rosso wines are produced. In 2009 it was converted into a hotel with 5 Superior Rooms, 3 Deluxe Rooms, 3 Junior Suites, 1 Suite, a restaurant, a wellness center and an art gallery.

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Vimar has developed the By-me automation system (left), which enables easy remote control by hotel staff

Palazzo Bontadosi is equipped with an electrical system designed and supplied by Vimar, a company established in 1945 in Marostica, now a world leader for its expertise, respect for the environment and product quality.

The restaurant

Vimar has automated all 12 rooms with the By-me system so that they can be controlled directly from the reception: from the temperature to light intensity, the web server designed for the Palace enables remote control.

Entrance to the art gallery

The Vimar technology to save historical frescoes

Every room, hallway, utility room can be managed with an app avoiding unnecessary waste. Vimar technology prevents the frescoes from being touched or damaged thanks to a centralized device that can regulate both climate and lighting. [Text Spencer Foil]

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In every space, ancient and contemporary elements coexist in a natural and beautiful way; from the painting to the Pig table by Moooi (2006) and the Bourgie lamp designed by Ferruccio Laviani for Kartell (2004). Right, Arkè system by Vimar