COMPOSED ARCHITECTURE HOSTING MAJESTIC ROOMS.
Hetra’s most recent building contains some unexpected delights: the column room, ballrooms, coffered ceiling.
Palazzo Primoli is characterized by its particularly elongated rectangular footprint. It is connected to Villino Primoli by an interior garden and a second-floor footbridge.
Another prominent feature is the first-floor gallery, now completely enclosed, with its three marble Corinthian col-umns that create an enchanting space: The Column Room.
The interiors showcase spacious rooms, once used for hosting receptions, balls and festivities, enhanced by elegant decoration and wonderful coffered ceilings. The rooms extend over four floors and are connected through a recently constructed staircase with an elevator. A stairway connects the entrance to the main floor; another, with iron railings decorated with leaf-shaped floral patterns, connects the first floor to the second floor, where the most majestic rooms are located.
VIA QUINTINO SELLA
AREA – 2.601 SQM
FLOORS – 4 above ground
TERRACE / BALCONY: 545 SQM