Hotel Palazzo Seneca and Vespasia Restaurant
Charm, elegance and design, in the black truffle region
A vocation to hospitality that of the Bianconi family, restaurateurs since 1850, expanded already at the beginning of the twentieth century, when this ancient building housed the first hotel in Norcia. Reborn thanks to a careful restoration, the sixteenth-century building has become a charming relais that preserves the architectural peculiarities of its origins: terracotta floors, oak parquet, fine furnishings made by Horo, but also allowing itself the luxury of hosting among its mighty walls a high-level cuisine: the Michelin star of the Vespasia restaurant! In an environment of refined elegance with tables set up in the black fireplace room, in the lemon house or in the old stable, the view sweeps over the stone roofs, towers and bell towers. Chesterfield sofas made of leather, bergère armchairs, elegant seats that coherently furnish the important rooms of the historic rooms. The careful use of colours, materials and stylistic choices have allowed Horo and its specialised workers to show off the skilful art of classic upholstery and to be able to implement their vocation, that of combining craftsmanship and modern production. This is what made Horo a company increasingly requested by professionals and customers, precisely because of its versatility and executive potential.