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I hadn’t realized that Norcia had been devastated by the 2016 earthquake when we booked our stay at the Palazzo Seneca.
We walked to the town square to find it in ruins. Then we saw the sign for the Palazzo Seneca and walked into an...More
This was a place we really didn't want to leave after 5 days. The hotel is very comfortable and relaxing with spacious rooms, a nice garden, and terraces that overlook the countryside. The staff is gracious and very helpful. Although evidence of the earthquake damage...More
Welcomed to a beautiful historic building by staff who were excellent. We had breakfast outdoors each morning with a wide range of fresh local fruit, cheeses, freshly baked breads and excellent coffee. The dinners were even better with local products served very creatively. Cannot rate...More
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This town shows strength in a time of difficulty! It was hit by and earthquake back in October and the ability to rebuild and have faith is shown throughout the beautiful city! This hotel is owned by a lovely family who through all this tragedy...More
Thank Nickole J
Response from Federico B, Owner at Palazzo SenecaResponded 3 June 2018
thank you so much for your words ,in this special moment it's very important, for us, for our job .for our life, for Norcia
We waiting you soon
Arrivederci a Norcia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I took a culinary tour group of chefs from the US to Norcia in early May, and we stayed at the lovely Palazzo Seneca. It is always a joy to stay at this lovely hotel, but this visit to Norcia was a little different, as...More