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.