Corte di Emma

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History

If you’re looking for a warm, family-style atmosphere in comfortable, friendly surroundings, the “Corte di Emma” hotel in Costo di Arzignano is the place for you.

Corte di Emma is the renovated and restructured 1950s family home of Marcello and Emma Chilese.

Architecture and furnishings

The architecture and the furnishings maintain the warm, welcoming air of this building, which for years was a popular meeting point with the families in the contrada, or neighbourhood.

Grandma Emma was very much the matriarch of the contrada, so when the decision was taken to turn the house into a hotel, the choice of name came naturally.

 

What the Chilese family wanted to do was to recreate a family atmosphere, an environment reminiscent of the community spirit typical of the traditional, old-style contrade; hence the superb blend of romantic, neo-country style furnishings and a wide range of modern facilities available to guests both in the bedrooms and in the common areas.

 

The hotel has 9 bedrooms, 3 singles, three doubles and three twin rooms, all of which have a private bathroom.

How we have renovated and restructured the hotel

The various systems have been developed using alternative technologies:
  • Solar energy system for hot water and heating;
  • Geothermal system ceiling heating and air-conditioning, using radiant panels with an air treatment system in order to maximise comfort inside the building;
  • Water supply and waste disposal using the municipal aqueduct and sewerage system managed by Acque del Chiampo spa.