Our sense of hospitality has been the pride of our family for generations, which is why you are sure to feel pampered at Locanda al Moretto.

Locanda al Moretto is a traditional symbol of hospitality, rooted in friendliness and a feminine attention to detail.

The moretto, the old sign of the seventeenth-century inn where it all began, still proudly bears the ravages of time, bearing silent witness to stories
that have traversed
the centuries.

Our atmospheres

Zona apetitivo


Every evening we offer our guests some special bubbly wine by candlelight.

I nostri vini

Our wines

Our special bottles with the original Moor (or Moretto) depicted on the label.

Angolo delle grappe

Grappa corner

The refined grappas from Distileria Poli in Bassano del Grappa.

Sala Giorgione

Giorgione Hall

Our Giorgione hall, with its cosy ambience and refined details, is a place in which to relax, chat and meet at any time of day.

La nostra colazione

Our breakfast

Served daily from 7:00 to 10:00 am. We love to pamper our guests, which is why every morning we prepare a rich buffet of fresh cakes and homemade delicacies.

Reception 24/7

24/7 Reception

Our staff is always on hand to meet your every need. Friendliness and helpfulness are our prerogatives.

Goodnight corner

"The bedtime corner offers the last cuddle of the day. “To titillate the taste buds before bedtime”."

Angolo verde

Green corner

The garden offers quiet corners in which to enjoy a moment of pure relaxation.

Parcheggio gratuito

Free parking

Internal open-air parking is available for guests.


The history of the sixteenth-century country house

Locanda al Moretto is the city’s oldest hotel. It is here that grandma Emilia settled from Brazil and founded our dynasty.

When grandma Emilia, known as “a siora Arca” (Mrs. Arca) returned from Brazil, she set up in the old Inn (or Locanda) and started preparing her hallmark dishes – spit roasts and game – for which she soon became famous.

From Brazil to Italy

Grandma Emilia left a piece of her heart in Rio Grande, Brazil. She hadn’t been to school but knew how to write and did very well for herself in that corner of South America, frequented by so many people, especially merry, carefree sailors and officers.

Emilia’s Il Moretto

Today, everything at Il Moretto speaks of Emilia. Her wooden chests, which crossed the ocean on her return to Italy, are now lovingly cleaned and polished and enjoy a place of honour in the “house”, as the proud custodians of our family’s memories. Her beloved Brazilian flag still hangs in the living room, but above all what remains are her teachings: the happiness and beauty that result from caring for every little item that surrounds us.