Hotel Palazzo Vitturi History and Architecture
Palazzo Vitturi is a very ancient building: it was built in the second half of the thirteenth century and over the centuries it has been the subject to restructuring and upgrades that have not compromise the original structure.
Today, the building is in a good state of preservation and it is home of Hotel Palazzo Vitturi.
The fa├žade of Palazzo Vitturi is that of a Venetian-Byzantine structure of the 13th-14th century. Of particular importance are the openings and decorations on the “noble floor“: a quadruple arch flanked by two pairs of ogival mullioned windows, around which patere and panels of the original building can be seen.
The balustrades of provided on such openings refer to later times (XVI-XVII centuries).
The mezzanine in the center has a small three-light window with arch.
The top floor, with its rectangular openings, is younger than the rest of the complex; even the persol on the ground floor has its original features.
Inside, the “noble floor” preserve its original frescoes.