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Participants will stay in Hotel Ariston, Hotel La Meridiana and Hotel Rondó.
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Hotel La Meridiana

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Many participants will stay in Hotel La Meridiana. Located in the historical and happening center of Acqui Terme in the Piazza Duomo, La Meridiana was built by Bernardo Vittone in 1755 inside the Seminario Vescovile Maggiore di Acqui Terme. Today these walls, after a meticulous restoration, charm guests who to stay in this place out of time. The rooms are equipped with a bathroom and satellite television, and the hotel has WIFI and an elevator.

Participants staying at Hotel Meridiana take meals in their courtyard and inside the restaurant. The Piemontese Italian cuisine consists a variety of French-inspired meal combinations for different tastes, such as pastas, salads, and many other meats and Piemontese specialties, inlcuding vegetarian options.


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Hotel Ariston

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Located next to historical center of Acqui Terme and right across from the school where lessons will take place, Hotel Ariston, recently renovated and open for over 50 years, is equipped with air conditioning (climate control), satellite television, WIFI, parking, and the hotel has an elevator.

Participants staying at Hotel Ariston will have meals at Ristorante Ariston with indoor and outdoor seating. The Piemontese Italian cuisine consists a variety of French-inspired meal combinations for different tastes, such as pastas, salads, and many other meats and Piemontese specialties, inlcuding vegetarian options.


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Hotel Rondó

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Hotel Rondó is situated next to one of the largest swimming pools in Europe, the Acqui Terme spa area, and the ruins of Roman acqueducts. The rooms are equipped with a bathroom and television, WIFI, and the hotel has an elevator.

Participants staying at Hotel Rondó will have meals at Ristorante "Il Pancia" with indoor and outdoor seating. The Piemontese Italian cuisine consists a variety of French-inspired meal combinations for different tastes, such as pastas, salads, and many other meats and Piemontese specialties, inlcuding vegetarian options.