The building is a prime example of 18th century architecture, with an enchanting view through the soft, rolling hills typical to Le Marche.
It is located in the heart of the enticing little town of Corinaldo. The terrace faces the Piaggia, a one-hundred step stairway, towards which the typical redbrick houses converge in a fishbone formation. In the distance the green hills spread into the Conero, and the sea.
At the Hotel Il Giglio, you can start the day with a suburb breakfast in the Monastery’s 18th century cloister, enjoying the ancient brickwork and niches along the sides of the courtyard.
The rooms were once the monks’ cells and their furnishings keep their former simplicity, while providing modern-day comforts.
The structure is in a strategic position, ideal for embarking on the discovery of the hills where Verdicchio wine is produced, the velvet sands of Senigallia, Arcevia and its castles, the valley of Metauro, and much more.