I can see a renaissance palace existed here in the past. A few remnants of the bygone splendor still visible in the grand salon, wide stone staircases, vaulted ceilings and tiled floors in the hallways, breakfast room, lounge and some common areas. The rest of the palazzo screams tired and needed some upgrade. I peeked in a lot of bedrooms as they where left open by housekeeping during checkout time around ten-ish in the morning. They all looked like ours- worn with sheets that needed replacement. The bathrooms were tight and the amenities very basic. The landscaping in the garden is not well-maintained. The plants needed some pruning and TLC. The greenhouse was dilapidated. I smelled a whiff of dog poo while seating on a wicker in the garden. The breakfast extension room downstairs had cobwebs, dust and dirt. There is no door between the laundry and the breakfast room. Machines were spinning loudly while we were eating breakfast. Breakfast food choices was limited. On the positive side, the views from our bedroom was spectacular. The concierge service was first rate. A major upgrade and restoration here may entice back the count and the countess.