The lobby is medium size, with marble floor, and with some different rooms with antique furniture.
This old-style hotel occupies the central Palazzo Raffaelli, where in the past the old patrician family Bosone had also Dante Alighieri as a guest.
The hotel features 30 rooms all with heavy wooden furniture. Some of them have a beautiful view over the valley in front of Gubbio. There are also 2 suites decorated in a Renaissance style, with some impressive frescoes in their vaulted ceilings.
Guests can eat at Taverna del Lupo or Bosone Garden, both managed by the Mencarelli family.
Located a few metres from Gubbio’s Piazza della Signoria, the Bosone Palace was built in the fourteenth century and housed famous guests such as Dante and Petrarca. Located in the historic centre of Gubbio, the Palace is set near the Cathedral, Palazzo dei Consoli and many monuments and churches. Positioned in the northeastern and verdant region of Umbria, Gubbio offers an ideal position to discover other surrounding cities such as Perugia, Assisi and Città di Castello. Originally built for the Raffaelli family and formerly part of the Raffaelli Palace, the building became the official residence of the Patrizia Eugubina Bosone family. Today the Palace is a small, charming hotel which will be remembered for its beautiful furnishings. Try one of the Renaissance suites which features seventeenth century frescoed ceilings.