PHI Hotel dei Medaglioni is a prestigious four-star hotel set in the very centre of historic Correggio. Located in a strategic position a few minutes' drive from the motorway exit, a two-minute walk from Piazza Garibaldi and a five-minute walk from Teatro Asioli, the hotel offers exclusive services to meet the needs of demanding clients travelling on business or on holiday. The finely decorated interiors, embellished by elegant furnishings and the warmth of wood, instil an immediate feeling of cosy hospitality.
Its comfortable meeting rooms make it an ideal place for business meetings, presentations, and corporate events. Set on Corso Mazzini, the city's smartest, most elegant street, in a complex of three historic buildings, PHI Hotel dei Medaglioni has been completely restored to preserve its sophisticated Art Nouveau architecture. Overlooking Correggio's arcades, the hotel is a harmonious blend of traditional charm and the comfort of modern facilities.
The hotel's main building is Palazzo Canossi, which is clearly noble in origin, having most likely belonged to Matilde di Canossa as a stopping point on her travels across her lands; it is thought to date to the 1200s or 1300s, despite having an eighteenth-century structure.
To its left stands the historic palazzo where the engraver Samuele Jesi was born in 1788.
It holds the hotel's most recent wing, which has been expanded to improve its services and increase its offerings of new rooms, Junior Suites for families, Business Suites, and meeting rooms.
To the right of the main section is the third building with further rooms.
Together, the three palazzos form the hotel, which takes its name from the centuries-old medallions by Bonifazio Asioli and Antonio Allegri, known as “Il Correggio”, embellishing the façade of the entrance.
At the hotel, unique features become a part of the everyday: the remarkable frescoed stairway in Palazzo Canossi; the Sala Jesi room with its original inlaid wooden flooring, crafted by hand using soft wood from fruit trees; the hall, which was once the entrance for the carriages; and the breakfast room and restaurant, which were the courtyard and stables, with an original sampietrini floor polished to an almost glass-like sheen.
- TV Room
- Luggage Storage
- Lounge bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Private Garage