The Hotel Dei Cavalieri La Reggia in Caserta Join Space Hotels
The Hotel Dei Cavalieri – La Reggia has chosen to become a Space Hotels affiliate in 2013. This centrally located, four-star hotel is right near the Royal Palace, the high-end shops and the trendiest locales of Caserta. This addition expands Space Hotels' already vast range of hotels, which appeal to all of its clients' needs. Such as, Italian hotels dedicated to business, leisure, wellness and enogastronomy, several of which have excellent restaurants and prestigious wine cellars. The region of Campania has always been popular with both foreign and Italian tourists thanks to the variety and richness it offers in the areas of art, business, wellness, enogastronomy and much more. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, all Space Hotels affiliates include breakfast, bottled water and an internet connection in their room rates!
The Hotel Dei Cavalieri – La Reggia
The Hotel Dei Cavalieri is an elegant hotel located right in the centre of Caserta (50 metres from via Mazzini with its boutiques and trendy locales and 500 metres from the Royal Palace). All of its 90 guestrooms are elegantly and tastefully decorated, soundproofed and fitted with every comfort possible to satisfy its clients' needs. The hotel also has a café, a restaurant and two meeting rooms fitted with technological equipment that sit 25 and 100 people. The hotel's strong point is its young and friendly staff, which has a dynamic, proactive approach to its guests and makes the atmosphere even warmer and more relaxing.
Chef Ciro di Marino of the hotel's restaurant, "Tenuta San Domenico in City", offers an elegant menu that is a re-interpretation of traditional Mediterranean dishes using the same original ingredients. One of his signature dishes is titbits of the local black pig with lard, hazelnuts and annurca apples. The restaurant is the perfect venue for business lunches or gourmet dinners.
Space Hotels in the region of Campania:
Space Hotels has several hotels in the region of Campania that cater to business, culture or holiday travellers. They are:
In Amalfi: Hotel Luna Convento
In Caserta: Grand Hotel Vanvitelli
In Naples: Grand Hotel Oriente
In Herculaneum (in the province of Napoli): Miglio D'Oro Park Hotel
Space Hotels, the Italian branch of the Supranational Hotels group, has 86 three to five star hotels in over 50 cities throughout the country. The entire Supranational chain offers more than 1,000 hotels in 75 nations and over 500 cities, which can be reached through 21 reservationoffices, the GDS (code SX), the Internet at www.spacehotels.it or their tollfree number 800-813-013. The Space Hotels offer includes: business or leisure stays with interesting special rates; organisation of meetings and conferences; fine cuisine by some of the best Italian chefs; relaxation, massages and saunas in elegant spas and wellness centres.
What to see in Caserta
The Royal Palace: This is one of the world's most famous royal residences and never ceases to amaze its visitors. The property has 120 hectares of parkland, chapels, theatres and the 1,200-room palace, which was designed by Luigi Vanvitelli. Its highlights include an English garden with rare botanical varieties, fountains decorated with elegant sculptures, the sumptuous royal apartments and neoclassical and baroque art masterpieces. The "Reggia di Caserta" [Royal Palace at Caserta] is a jewel of art and culture that is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Old Caserta: This medieval village is only five kilometres from the city centre. It has remained entirely intact, which is very surprising and quite rare. It offers a chance to discover the history and traditions of the area while walking through its timeless atmosphere.
San Leucio Complex: This ancient village was inhabited entirely by workers in the local silk making industry. It has been transformed into a museum that is open to the public. This site is included with the Royal Palace on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Wax Museum: This museum is dedicated to the culture and tradition of southern Italy and portrays the many historic figures that have brought honour to the south from the past to the present. It begins with the Bourbon kings and then moves on to poets, theatre actors and entertainers (such as Salvatore di Giacomo, Raffaele Viviani, Eduardo De Filippo, Totò, Vittorio De Sica, Massimo Troisi, etc). All the statues were created by Italian artisans and decorated by the award-winning Italian make-up artist Vittorio Sodano.
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