Palazzo Raho, built in 1542, extends over two floors and has five hundred square metres covered surface in all in addition to gardens and terraces. It has a wide and compact front embellished by a central portal enriched by decorated capitals with floral, putto and bird patterns. There is a second balcony on the lateral front which gives onto the baroque square. Inside, the palace extends over two floors with a garden and a terrace. The building has six elegant room with 12-14 accommodations in all.
Ludwig’s room, on the ground floor, has unique and valuable furniture; the bathroom – made by local stone – has an elegant jacuzzi suitable for 2-3 people and a sensory shower with chromotherapy. Antoine’s room, on the ground floor, has a bathroom made by local stone architecture with sensory shower and chromotherapy. Don Hector’s room completes the group of the ground floor rooms. It has a bedroom and a living room and a modern bathroom with shower. On the first floor, there are other three bedrooms. Marcel’s room has a little balcony which gives onto the garden and a bathroom with sensory shower and chromotherapy. In Albert’s room, the headboard looks like a starry sky and the bathroom has a sensory shower with chromotherapy and cervical water blade. Princess Lou’s room has a large 16th-century balcony which gives onto the wonderful baroque square of Lequile’s old town. The wrought iron bed and the wardrobe date back to the 18th century. The room has an elegant vintage bathroom.
All Palazzo Raho’s bedroom become integrated with other palace’s spaces: the living room, the art gallery, the reading room, the study that communicates with the alcove and the portal’s balcony, the room dedicated to the artist Pino Settanni, the painted kitchen, the terrace on the first floor, the large living room, and the garden on the ground floor. The rooms are full of convivial spaces with great value tables, armchairs, and elegant sitting rooms but there are also intimate places waiting to be discovered and experienced. A rich works of art by national and international contemporary artists collection characterises every Palazzo Raho’s rooms. This collection invites to the gratification of the body and the elevation of the mind. The garden in enriched by armchairs, tables, sculptures, benchs, a large table realised by the artist Alberto Silvestri with 14 seat, plants and hedges. All these elements invite to conviviality. The garden has also an outdoor whirlpool bath with deckchair and five seats, and the bath is in a suggestive place enriched by the local stone. It is a treasure hidden in the garden in direct contact with the blue sky during the day and the starry sky at night.
On the first floor, the terrace has a table realised by an artist of Palazzo Raho’s art collection and chairs, and it is covered by pergolas and surrounded by an artistic wrought iron fencing. An ancient stone staircase takes the hosts to the upper terrace which has a panoramic view and where it is possible to see from above the baroque square, the bell tower and the Church but also the countryside and the town.
Have a nice stay and enjoy it!