The lobby is medium in suzie, functional and equipped with modern designed decors. It is elegant and well refined with a comfortable seating area.
The property is a stunning piece of striking contemporary architecture.
The medium sized rooms are a perfect combination of elegance and functionality, and furnished with style and equipped with the latest technology. The decor is charming, the ambience is relaxing and the design is very modern. Huge windows give the room plenty of light and reveal the charm and elegant style of each specific details.
The restaurant respects the modern design of the hotel.
Padua is a city of art and one of the major centres in Northern Italy. According to an old legend, the city was founded by the Homeric hero Antenore, who had escaped the burning Troy. During the 3rd Century, the ideally located city of Padua became a staunch ally of Rome, thus gaining administrative autonomy from the Empire. As a result, the city enjoyed a long period of peace that lead to a major urban reorganisation. The marvellous buildings and bridges built in this period can still be admired nowadays. Today, reminders of its glorious past are at every turn. The most important buildings are indeed of Medieval date: the Basilica of St. Anthony (a site attracting pilgrims from all over the world); the Palazzo della Ragione; and Giotto’s magnificent Scrovegni Chapel.