The stately hall, formed by two rooms decorated in a clearly Neoclassical style and separated by a Venetian window, leads into the hotel's two other halls, which are elegantly furnished to bring out their fine curtains, tapestries, frescoed vaults, stucco-work, and decorative paintings.
The halls are adjacent to one another, creating over 30 metres of art gallery – and of history.
The Portrait Hall is the most interesting room in Palazzo Schedoni: its refined stucco-work decoration is markedly Rococò, with a wealth of decorative motifs, and its walls are embellished with six full-length celebratory portraits and twelve original oval portraits dating to the 17th and 18th centuries.
The Trompe L'Oeil Fresco Halls are decorated with a painting of a building portrayed in perspective to create an optical illusion, emphasising the art of painting with Rococò trompe l'oeil effects.
This sophisticated environment features a bar and a TV room and lends itself to hosting work meetings and small events.