Restoration of Historical Interiors of Vidago Palace Hotel and the ancient bathouse
CRERE was responsible for the restoration of historic interiors Vidago Palace. The work took place between 2009 and 2010.
The Palace Hotel, in Vidago was designed during the monarchy by the architect Ventura Terra and during the reign of King Carlos. Ironically, with the regicide of 1908, King Carlos did not see the project taking shape and the same happening with his son and successor D. Manuel II, who was deposed by the republican revolution on October 5, 1910 - the day before the date set for the opening of Vidago Palace.
The Vidago Palace opened its doors already in the Republic, became one of the favorite destinations of Portuguese and European aristocracy and was considered the most luxurious hotel in the Iberian Peninsula.
Inside, the restaurant, lobby and staircase flagship, exists is a decorative program consisting of a rich artistic heritage of plasters, murals, gilding, tiles and metalwork. At 6 October 2010, CRERE joined the historical centenary that marked the reopening of the hotel, being invited to participate in the restoration of the historic interiors of the mythical hotel.Artistic Stuccco and plasters / Mural paintings / Gilding / Sculpture / Tilework / Artistic metals / Stone materials