Palazzo Viviani lies in the heart of the ancient town ofMontegridolfo, a medieval corner surrounded by castle walls. It's just undergone a painstaking six-year restoration, backed by a group of local entrepreneurs. This initiative has brought new life to Montegridolfo, with shops selling natural products, craft workshops and small restaurants. It's also become a year-round venue for small-scale arts and cultural events inspired by popular traditions.
The interiors of the Palazzo Viviani, built in the XIII century as a residence for the local gentry, is made up of a number of diverse spaces, each with its own evocative atmosphere - from the salons to the large living rooms, the caves beneath to the attics above. The Cellars have been transformed into an elegant restaurant with vaulted ceilings. Other spaces in the old town have been adapted to host banquets and cocktails for up to 250 people, like the Sala dell'Agrumaia or the Osteria dell'Accademiawith its large terrace.
The Palazzo Viviani offers modular rooms seating up to 100 people for conferences, business meetings, displays and gala evenings. There are eight suites, each with an individual character, and their renaissance furnishings highlight the style of the original. The old town of Montegridolfo also offers other rooms, suites and apartments. 30 rooms, 20 suites and a meeting room for300 people are available at the new Nuovo Borgo degli Ulivi.