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Situated at the intersection of two ancient Roman roads, the GombitHotel is a destination for cultural and epicurean exploration.
City, History, Offbeat Destinations
Interior designer Mrs. Gio Pozzi chose shades of light brown, flax, and muted grays as her primary tones...
Original wooden ceilings aged hundreds of years create a monastic ambience that Mrs. Pozzi complemented with her choice of textiles, primarily handmade lightweight linens in unostentatious earth tones. The hotel’s two mezzanine suites are lit in part by a skylight that frames the ancient tower’s ascent above the hotel’s roof, with plush fabrics adding to their overall comfort and warmth.
The renovated medieval building is characterized by original 13th-century stonewalls and intricately carved wooden ceiling beams.
Local artist Steven Cavagna incorporated materials that were salvaged during renovation into his compositions. In homage to the hotel’s historic shell, the building’s original 13th-century stonewalls and carved wooden ceiling beams are exposed throughout its interior, creating a prosaic canvas for designer Gio Pozzi’s selection of contemporary furnishings.