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

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Hotel stadio

Elegante, pulito, accogliente. È l’Hotel Stadio, il nuovo albergo a San Bonifacio, a metà strada tra la romantica Verona, la storica Vicenza e il suggestivo Lago di Garda.

Elegant, clean, friendly. The Hotel Stadio, a new hotel in San Bonifacio, at a convenient point between Verona and its romance, Vicenza and its history and Lake Garda and its suggestive scenery. Built in full compliance with energy efficiency standards and furnished in line with the latest contemporary design trends, the new hotel building, located just 20 meters from the older historic hotel, combines avant-garde technology and aesthetics in every single ambiance, offering 59 rooms, an outdoor swimming-pool, and a top quality wellness center. Ceramiche Caesar, whose porcelain stoneware has always been synonymous with aesthetic and technical quality, was chosen as the ideal partner for the supply of floor and wall tiles Made in Italy able to guarantee performance in line with the top quality standards of the hotel. In particular, in the Gate and Life series, the hotel found the best elements to furnish all ambiances with the elegance and charm so typical of concrete and wood, natural elements from which the collections draw their respective inspiration. As a consequence, the Gate cement-effect porcelain stoneware tiles contributed to bestowing originality to all indoor and outdoor ambiances such as the swimming-pool area, hall, bedrooms, staircases, bathrooms and wellness-center, enhancing the value of volume and space. Life, the natural wood-effect porcelain stoneware added a touch of warmth and well-being, combining design and aesthetic harmony and ensuring the unreserved guarantee of floor and wall tiles entirely Made in Italy, thus ensuring excellent performance in terms of reliability and durability over time.

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