Built during the 19th century and used as the country residence of the Zoia family, the structure echoes fully the Lombard-style architecture of the time.
From the 18th century, in fact, Lombardy began to spread the period of country villas, a perfect example of the Teresian Baroque style.
Villa Zoia is characterized by a graceful style of clear Rococo taste and historically was intended for the vacations of noble families.
Today the ancient mansion has been renovated and transformed into a four-star Hotel that houses a fine restaurant and a bar-bistro. The result is an intimate and private setting under the banner of hospitality and good taste.