“The longer you wait, the harder you will provide the customer with an unforgettable service” It was a bit that I teased the imagination with this hotel.
His fascination led me to visit it last December, on a beautiful sunnySunday.
The building, typical of the 60s soared in all its 8-storey building surrounded by a garden dotted with small pools and facilities for spa treatments.
Accessed simply by a wide open door that overlooks the indoor pool.
Then, a succession of salons fully furnished and frozen in time, despite the passage of some jackal who has bothered to get rid of small objects and paintings.Hall, reception and several lounges for guests, are decorated with red curtains and chandeliers of Murano.
A surreal atmosphere envelops you, it is rare to find in Italy a place so big and intact.
A giant dining room set with a beautiful grand piano seems waiting for customers who came to get to a gala dinner. Warm colors and glittering chandeliers are the backdrop to this place.
Worthy of note are the two spiral staircases that connect all floors filled with rooms furnished in a vortex.
Water infiltration on the upper floors are important and are slowly ruining and permeating the corridors and rooms, moldering and waste away.
There will be any chance to this hotel to reopened its doors?
Born in 1987, Jonathan is an internation author, one of the most famous about “Urbex”. He is one of the most active in Ascosi Lasciti project. He is attracted by history, aesthetic beauty, architecture of abandoned places in all over Europe.