Neoclassical structure in the Palladian style

Villa Soligo is a neoclassical structure in the Palladian style, built in 1782 by the Counts Brandolini d’Adda. It was originally used by the noble family as a summer residence and hunting lodge. The building has witnessed several events in Italian history; it was damaged in WWI and in 1942, during WWII, German armed forces used it as a headquarters.

The celebrities who have stayed at Hotel Villa Soligo include Marcello Mastroianni, Alberto Sordi and Sofia Loren. Partially renovated in 1945 and 1980, in 2020 Hotel Villa Soligo, with almost 240 years of history, was completely renovated and re-structured. The Palladian structure was turned into a concept hotel designed to excite the world’s travellers with new emotions.