Four Suites is a charming apartment in the Luci d'Artista, close to the Municipal Villa, Santa Teresa Beach and ZaraHadid Station.
Welcome Wine Bottle
Slippers, shower headsets and small sewing kit repairs
Shower Towels, Towels, Hand Soap & Soap Shower,
Italian breakfast included at the bar at 12 m
Kitchen equipped with large fridge.
Parking on request depending on availability at the cost of 10 euros per day
Four Suites is centrally located and very well served. The apartment is just a few meters from the Palazzo Comunale, the Prefecture, the Questura, the Palazzo della Provincia and the important Verdi Theater. At about 70 m there is the beach of Santa Teresa and the wonderful seaside promenade while typical restaurants, shops, shops and shops complete the most fascinating area of Salerno.
The apartment consists of two environments plus the bathroom. In the first environment there is the kitchenette and a table for four people, the kitchen, the induction, is complete and equipped with everything you need. In the second well-separated first floor there is a large and very large room with a comfortable double sofa bed and an elegant mezzanine that houses a double bed.
The bathroom is large and complete, with large shower, hair dryer, personal soaps and bath towels.
The apartment also has: air conditioning, TV, safe, fridge.
Four Suites is also ideal for visiting Amalfi, Positano, Raito, Pompei, Capri, Paestum, Naples ...
You are in the center, find everything you need in four steps. Haberdashery 15 m Saladerie minimarket 10 m Town Hall 100 m Pharmacy 300 m - Piazza Matteo Lucani Supermarket 270 m - Sant'Agostino Square Church of Santa Lucia 200 m Restaurants, pubs, artisan bakeries, pizzerias, clubs and all night entertainment is at 20 m between the seafront and all the narrow streets of the historic center. The old town of Salerno was formerly divided into 20 districts and you are in the Fornelle district. The Rione, one of the oldest in the city, dating back to the 9th century, includes Via Tasso, Via Portacatena, Via Fusandola, Via Spinosa and Porta di Mare. the name, according to some sources, is derived from the term Formas, or the aqueducts where old mineral sources were channeled. According to others it comes from the presence of ovens used to bake ceramics as the area was inhabited by Vietnamese citizens. Subsequently, the Ward took the name of Vicus Amalphitanorum since Prince Sicardo after he had conquered Amalfi between 838 and 839 made a transfer of a community of Amalfi. Sicardo, hoping to move the interests of the naval center to Salerno, attempted to merge the two peoples through weddings, but to his death, the Amalfians, after sacking the city, returned to their homeland. Some families who remained faithful to Salerno moved to Vietri until they were granted protection from Guaiferio to protect themselves from the Saracen incursions. The Amalfi Coast occupied the area between Fusandola and the current Gate Rateprandi road. In the neighborhood, similar to a seaside village peak, fishing and sea traffic activities were carried out, such as the manufacture of boat equipment and also activities related to weaving and working of flour. As far as commerce is concerned, the Amalfi folks devoted themselves to the export of lumber from Salerno inland and, unlike the Jews, did not remain marginalized, but managed to receive privileges from the Longobard principles. In the Rione arise: Church of Santa Trofimena: it is one of the oldest churches in Salerno, of longobard construction. It has a double entrance: one, the original and one of the nineteenth-century building. Fontana delle Fornelle: is located in Piazza Matteo d'Aiello. Its construction dates back to the seventeenth century and it looks like an oval-shaped bathtub with two bushes from two iron jugs and its stone blocks. Church of Santissima Annunziata: built in 1627 is characterized by the bell tower designed by Ferdinando Sanfelice. Church of San Biagio: built in the eleventh century as a chapel of the San Giovanni di Dio's Hospital was restructured during the sixteenth century.
How to move:
Duomo 250 m - Via Duomo Promenade of the center 150 m Town Hall 100 m Via del Mercato 40 m Corso Umberto 750 m Municipal Villa 200 m In addition: At 20 meters there is the bus stop to visit the city. At 50 meters there is the stop for buses to the famous locations of the Amalfi and Cilento Coasts. At 500 meters there is the Manfredi pier port where ferries leave for all world-famous destinations like Capri, the same Amalfi Coast with Maiori, Minori, Amalfi and Positano, and ferries to the Cilento Coast. At 1,4 km (pedestrian street of the center between boutiques and various shops) there is the train station to reach various places such as Pompeii for the excavations and its sanctuary as well as the beautiful Naples. A few kilometers away there is the airport of Pontecagnano, and only 50 kilometers is the airport of Capodichino (Naples).