Unique in its kind, it best represents the Italian lifestyle with warm and welcoming environments, with natural colours reinterpreted from the past of the villa.
The elegance of the marble and the handmade cement tiles, the warmth of the wood panels and the greenery of the spacious and well-kept garden are the unmistakable elements that make it the ideal place to live an unforgettable experience in the sun of the Riviera. The Hotel has just been renovated under the control of the "Regional Superintendency for the cultural heritage and activities of Liguria" thanks to an architectural project aimed at the conservative restoration of the historical parts and the recovery of the existing decorative elements, restoration that allowed the creation of new premises in perfect harmony with the environment.
Guests will find the ideal combination of elegance, hospitality and attention to details, in a timeless atmosphere.
A unique hospitality experience: in the modern wellness center with indoor swimming pool, with evocative windows overlooking the garden, in the Café Antico Cedro restaurant with simple foods strongly linked to an innovative Ligurian culinary tradition, and the clear water recognised “Blue Flag”, of the sea at only 100 meters from the hotel. Customers can take advantage of the ideal Conference facilities room for meetings and events, in the center of the town and with parking available.
Mediterraneo Emotional Hotel & Spa is easily reachable (by any means) and is strategically located to discover the beauty of the surroundings: the famous Portofino with its Natural Park and the Marine Protected Area; the Cinque Terre, today a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Genoa and its world famous Aquarium; Camogli and San Fruttuoso charming seaside villages that hide ancient secrets and mysteries.
* The laundry service is external therefore it cannot be made express
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It was in 2014 that the Villa became the property of the entrepreneurs family Capurro engaged in a completely different activity but who had long been looking for a new stimulus in the tourism sector with particular attention to their birthplace originsDiscover