The Gheser family boasts the fourth generation in the hospitality industry.
It was back in 1900 when great-grandfather Romano with his wife Rosa transformed part of the family house into a trattoria. The latter flourished thanks to the presence of workers who were engaged in the construction of Fort Belvedere, pivotal Austro-Hungarian fortress of WWI.
During those years, Romano worked as a real-estate developer, too. With the money he earned from this small business and from the trattoria, he managed to build the “Hotel Centrale”, which will be later managed by his son Vigilio and his wife Pia.
In 1953 Vigilio and Pia began construction of the current “Hotel Miramonti”.
In 1996-1997, the grandchildren conceived of the renovation, bringing us into the present day where we find Cristina, who with passion and commitment modernizes the facility year by year.
Some of our guests who witnessed the growth of our hotel have become part of our family.