The hotel is located at Isola Rossa, a picturesque fishermen’s village on the Asinara Gulf, at about one hour’s drive from Olbia and Alghero and 40 minutes from the S. Teresa and Porto Torres ports. A charmingly romantic place, ideal for a relaxing holiday. It is situated in one of the most enchanting locations of the island, with a small port in red granite, the Aragonese tower, quaint seafront promenade and fascinating beaches.
125 rooms furnished in typical Mediterranean style and equipped with the best comforts. The romantic hotel is situated just in front of the Isola Rossa, immersed in a relaxing and reinvigorating atmosphere. The two restaurants of the hotel offer gastronomic delicatessen and an accurate service by candlelight.
Capacity: 150 people
Optional equipment and services
Location: ground floor; Access: 2 Doors
Size: Length 21.80 m; Width 10.50 m; Height min. 2.80 m / max. 3.50 m
Surface area: lobby: 50 sqm; main conference room: 230 m2; meeting room: 40 m2
Lighting: artificial; ceiling lamps with intensity adjustment and the addition for the stage of 4 spotlights for lighting the podium and speakers' table, plus diffuse stage lighting.
Technical equipment and services
2 2200 A.I. DLP video projectors (1 in the main conference room, 1 in the meeting room), not exportable but fixed, hanging from the ceiling;
2 3x2m screens (1 per room); 6 sound boxes in the main conference room;
2 sound boxes in the small room; 3/4 table microphones for the speakers on main room table;
1 speaker’s lectern; 1 speakers’ table; 2 microphones in the small room; 1 wireless radio microphone; 1 DVD player in the control booth of the main conference room; 1 VHS player;
1 double recording deck; 1 ceiling-mounted camera for taping the speaker in the main conference
room; audio recording; control board for sound video and lighting equipment; live recording and screening of the speaker; the PC may be connected on the dais (and controlled from the lectern); the projectors are interfaced together, enabling direct screening in the small room of the live proceedings and computer presentations.
• Video recording of proceedings by means of one or more cameras;
• Video editing and production;
• Simultaneous translation;
• Upgrading of the sound system to greater power for films or loud music;
• Stationary or lapel microphones;
• Graphic switcher in the control booth for handling images with audio-video transitions without automatic search for video projectors (no gap between live and computer);
• Plasma monitor