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Monday 17 June 2019
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Park Hotel ai Cappuccini 4

via Tifernate, - Gubbio (Italy) Phone Phone: +39.075.9234 Fax Fax: +39.075.9220323 Email Email: info@parkhotelaicappuccini.it

One of the best hotels in Umbria Region, the Park Hotel ai Cappuccini is a former 17th century monastery, skilfully extended and renovated.

n a secluded location, yet only a stone's throw from the historic town centre of Gubbio, luminous jewel of the Middle Ages, it is a harmonious integration of ancient spaces combined with modern comforts.

Leisure, fitness, art, culture and good cuisine: all in a perfect setting. Restaurant, american bar, wellness center, large indoor pool, gymansium, tennis...

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Pricing

Prices for a double room, per person:

Treatment Rate
Bed and Breakfast from € 75,00 to € 300,00
Half board from € 115,00 to € 340,00
Full board from € 145,00 to € 370,00

Accommodation Facilities

General

Restaurant, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled, Allergy-Free Room Available, Terrace, Garden, Newspapers, Free Parking, 24-Hour Front Desk, Bar, Elevator, Breakfast Buffet

Activities

Hammam, Indoor Swimming Pool, Fitness Centre, Sauna, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Massage

Services

Fax/Photocopying, Bridal Suite, Breakfast in the Room, VIP Room Facilities, Business Centre, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Room Amenities

Panoramic View, Park

Hotel information

One of the best hotels in Umbria Region. The Park Hotel ai Cappuccini is a skillfully restored XVIIth century monastery. This splendid building and the religious communities who once inhabited it are part of the history of Gubbio.

Gubbio lies in the very heart of Umbria. It is an immaculate jewel set in the greenery of nature, and its stone and architecture are among the most noble examples of enlightened cultural refinement from the Middle Ages.

In a secluded location, yet only a stone's throw from the historic town centre, today the Park Hotel ai Cappuccini is a harmonious integration of ancient spaces combined with modern comforts. Leisure, fitness, art, culture, business meetings and good cuisine: all in a perfect setting.

In addition to the facilities listed, the hotel is equipped with American bar, wine-shop, large indoor pool with sun terrace, gym-room open 24 hours, beauty treatments, mini soccer, and garage.

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Food & beverage

The name of the Restaurant Ai Cappuccini refers to Capuchin friars. The ambience is elegant, with ample tables, Frau arm chairs, antique furniture and paintings. The tables are set up with silver and Rosenthal porcelain. The restaurant was opened in 1990 together with the hotel and seats 60 people, it offers some adjacent smaller rooms for private dining.

During the summer time we often dine in the open air. Since the Park Hotel ai Cappuccini has a very diversified clientele, the menu offers a wide range of traditional Umbrian dishes, revisited with an international touch.

The restaurant offers a Mediterranean seasonal menu. In addition, it offers the specialty of the day. Clients can order at all time grilled meat, fish or vegetables, since the fireplace in the kitchen is always on. Different kinds of homemade pasta are offered. The majority of meat comes from a farm in Val di Chiana, which belongs to the same owners. The tagliata di manzo (beefsteak lightly cooked in the oven and then sliced) is one of the house specialties. The extra-virgin olive oil used to kook is produced locally and the cheese comes from a well known cheese factory in Scheggia.

At the restaurant you can also taste dishes made with the well known truffles from Gubbio.
The wine list includes over 300 choices from Umbria, the rest of Italy and from other countries.
We have a dessert list with 10 different choices.

Area information

Welcome to Gubbio.

Gubbio is spread out along the foothills of Mt. Ingino from where it has a commanding view of the fertile valley below. The primitive community of "Ikuvium", founded by the Umbrians, is located here.
The city, which preserves its ancient medieval structure, is one of Umbria’s most important centres and the destination of quality tourism. Gubbio is continually growing.
The tourist services offered by Gubbio are remarkable and are further enhanced by the presence of handmade wrought iron products and ceramic, making Gubbio worth a visit.

BRIEF HISTORY
Gubbio, like many Umbrian municipalities situated in locations of economic or military importance, had to endure over many centuries, invasions, occupations, pillage, civil struggles, destruction and reconstruction.

Sights in the centre of Gubbio:
Consuls’ Palace (14th cent.), today houses the Picture Gallery and Archaeological Museum
Magistrate’s Palace (Palazzo Pretorio) (14th cent.), today seat of the Municipality
"Piazza 40 Martiri":
Church of St. Francis (13th cent.)
Church and Hospital of the Bianchi (14th cent.)
Logge of the Tiratori (17th cent.)
Church of St. Peter (14th cent.)
Church of St. John (13th cent.)
Church of St. Dominic (14th cent.)
Cathedral of S. Mariano and S. Giacomo (12th cent.) and Cathedral Museum
Church of S. Maria Nuova (13th cent.)
Church of St. Andrew or S. Marziale’s Monastery (12th cent.)
Palazzo of the Capitano del Popolo (13th cent.)
Bargello Palace (14th cent.)
Ducal Palace (15th cent.)

FOLKLORE & EVENTS
The biggest Christmas Tree in the world (Christmas season).
Procession of the Dead Christ (Good Friday)
"Corsa dei Ceri" (Candle Race) (May 15)
"Palio della Balestra" (Crossbow Competition) (last Sunday in May)
Roman Theatre (July - August), classical plays
White truffle and agro-industrial Market Fair (October-November)

TYPICAL LOCAL PRODUCTS
Ceramic
Hand-made wrought iron and wood objects

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
-Specific information and documentation:
Tourist Office – Ufficio informazioni turistiche dell’A.P.T.

Travel information

HOW TO GET TO GUBBIO

BY CAR
For those arriving from North there are 2 alternatives:
1) Come off the Bologna-Ancona-Taranto motorway (A14) at junction Fano and carry on in the direction of Roma for 78 km.
2) Come off the Milano-Firenze-Roma motorway (A1) at junction Valdichiana (not Arezzo), take dual carriageway connection to Perugia, then dual carriageway E45 in the direction of Cesena after Perugia. Exit from E45 at Umbertide-Gubbio and carry on in the direction of Gubbio for 25 Km. (if you prefer a more panoramic but also more twisting road exit at Bosco-Gubbio and carry on in the direction of Gubbio for 30 Km.)

For those arriving from South there are 2 alternatives:
1) Come off the Milano-Firenze-Roma motorway (A1) at junction Orte, take the dual carriageway E45 in the direction of Cesena after Perugia . Exit from E45 at Umbertide-Gubbio and carry on in the direction of Gubbio for 25 Km. (if you prefer a more panoramic but also more twisting road exit at Bosco-Gubbio and carry on in the direction of Gubbio for 30 Km.)
2) Come off the Bologna-Ancona-Taranto motorway (A14) at junction Chiaravalle-Fabriano and take the dual carriageway in the direction of Fabriano. Then take the national road in the direction of Gubbio for about 40 Km.