Hotel Royal Paestum Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Hotel Royal Paestum

Struttura di lusso ubicata a Capaccio Scalo, a poca distanza dagli incantevoli templi di Paestum e dalla romantica costiera amalfitana, l'Hotel Royal Paestum si pone da oltre trent'anni come riferimento per l'ospitalità e l'organizzazione di matrimoni ed eventi di rilievo.

A luxury structure located in Capaccio Scalo, not far from the stunning temple remains in Paestum and from the romantic Amalfi coast, the Hotel Royal Paestum has been the point of reference for hospitality and elegant celebrations for more than thirty years.
In 2009, the hotel underwent the renovation of its outdoor area in order to offer a formal and functional improvement of the swimming-pool area.

Ceramiche Caesar porcelain stoneware products were chosen for the outdoor flooring. The Absolute collection was chosen: the connection between the various areas, ramps, covered spaces and the lounge around the swimming-pool saw the combination of natural and porcelain stoneware in Beola Bianca colour.
The outdoor floor features an appealing chess-effect created by the staggering of various size porcelain stoneware slabs and the 30x60cm wall size in Beola Bianca colour used to clad the fountain.

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