|Year of Last Renovation:||2005|
|Corridors:||Both Interior and Exterior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||67|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Meeting Space:||100 sq. feet|
|Banquet Space:||Holds 230 people|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:||0.2 Mi|
|Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:||0.2 Mi|
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:||0.3 Mi|
|Nightly Parking:||10 e|
|Typical Group Deposit:||30 %|
|Total Misc Fees:||$0.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
BY PLANE:Lamezia Terme Airport - 55 km distance – travel to Catanzaro direction on SS 280 and then take the exit Germaneto / Catanzaro Lido / Soverato and run along the Ionian SS 106 direction Reggio Calabria up to the exit of Montepaone Lido.
Local Shuttle Info: A very important archaeological site. You can find there the ruins of the sanctuary of Hera Lacinia, which had been built between the VI and the V centuries b.C.. Its importance depends on the fact that it had been a national sanctuary for the Italic populations of Eastern and Southern Calabria. Originally, it counted an imposing circle of buildings, of which nowadays one can admire only the basements and a Doric column of the temple. At Le Castella, characteristic seafaring village, there is an Aragonese castle built on a small island facing the village. It was here that the Italian director, Monicelli, shot the last scenes of his film “L’Armata Brancaleone”. A stop in the village allows a walk in Harbor Road, the possibility to buy typical products and to admire the Caste, immersed in the waters of the Sea Reserve. SQUILLACE - The native land of Cassiodoro (VI century a.C.), the founder of two monasteries Vivarium and Montecastello, and minister of Teodorico. The village, that has a medieval strucAirport Shuttle? Yes! There is an airport shuttle.