64 rooms  – classic, relax, well-being, de luxe and suites  – bring together and combine two philosophies only apparently far apart: extreme high-tech functionality of a minimalist stamp and the warm and intimate atmosphere of areas achieved with innovative and sought-after material such us quarried slate, burnished brass, cement and iron, gauze-effect glass, old mirrors and furnishings designed specifically to the design of Vincenzo De Cotiis.

Every room has free internet Wi-Fi  -  mini bar  -  TV with LCD screen  -  satellite channels  -  films and music  -  lap-top size safe  -  air conditioning  -  telephone  -  hair dryer.

The rooms are of two types, one finished in spaced slate slabs, the other in rough cement with burnished brass panels. Notwithstanding the extreme design, the furnishing is warm and comfortable. There is a work of art in every room, created specifically for the area by De Costiis.

The rooms of the well-being category, with a corner dedicated to this, leave aside the technological details in favour of a dimension of refined relaxation, where the massage chaise-longue, the aromatherapy and the chromotherapy zones, are separated completely from the bed area by a glass wall.

The relax rooms have only the massage chaise-longue.

The 2 suites and the executive room are on the top floor, the sixth, with little terraces facing onto the pinnacles of the Duomo. They are furnished in a particular way using recycled material such as glass fibre, single vintage items such as the seventies armchairs, and decorative features designed appropriately by the architect.

The executive room and one suite are inter-communicating, and the whole floor with its corridor can be rented privately and exclusively.

Types of room:

CLASSIC   2O sq.m.

RELAX   20   sq.m.      -  with massage chaise-longue

WELL-BEING  20  sq.m.    -   with wellness corner

DE LUXE    22  sq.m.     -   looking onto the courtyard

EXECUTIVE  25  sq.m.   -  with terrace looking onto the Duomo

SUITE   40  sq.m.  -  with two terraces looking onto the Duomo

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