The Moon Boutique Hotel Florence Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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The Moon Boutique Hotel Florence

Nel cielo stellato, la luna rappresenta un’altalena tra le nuvole, capace di indicare il sentiero ai viaggiatori. Nella città che l’ha resa fonte di ispirazione dei sonetti danteschi, dà il nome ad un lussuoso albergo a pochi passi dall’Arno: The Moon Hotel. Crocevia di quanti vogliono vivere l’arte e la bellezza di Firenze, l’hotel rappresenta la giusta soluzione per chi vuole godere di una struttura elegante a pochi passi da Piazza della Signoria e dagli Uffizi.

In a starry sky, the Moon is a swing amongst the clouds that show the way to travellers. In the city that made the Moon inspiration for Dante’s sonnets, it gives the name to a deluxe hotel a few steps away from the River Arno: The Moon Hotel. Crossroads of all those wishing to experience the art and beauty of Florence, the hotel is the perfect choice to enjoy an elegant stay at a stone’s throw from Piazza della Signoria and the Uffizi Gallery. A perfect mix between a minimalist and contemporary style and an electric and refined taste, the Moon Hotel expresses the artistic soul of its location.

Ceramiche Caesar contributed to reaching this result with Anima, a collection that reproduces the most precious marble to transform spaces with its noble and exclusive character and gives its appeal to many of the hotel’s spaces.
Whilst Graphite captures the extreme elegance of black marble with subtle white veins and in different sizes and decorative combinations, Calacatta Oro combines white with the golden veining of marble to offer the environment an unmistakeable style and details that are never the same. The result is a harmonious blend of contrasts, masterfully designed to offer guests a haven of beauty in the din of the city where “one meets the celestial sensations that art gives”.

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