Gallia Palace – Beach & Golf Resort
Gallia Palace & Microdevice, a collaboration born in 2015 from the union between refinement, elegance and history.
The name Gallia is closely connected to the history of Italian hospitality, when the world of prestigious hotels became the center of high society life, the Gallia family hosted memorable events.
From 1962 to the present day, the family atmosphere that welcomes guests has never changed.
In 1973, the elegant property was the first Italian structure to become part of Relais & Chateaux, the renowned portal that collects the best accommodation facilities in the world.
Based in Punta Ala, in the marvelous Maremma area the Gallia Palace houses 67 rooms including rooms and suites.
It is here that Microdevice has installed its professional H-Supervisor automation system that allows the structure total control of numerous activities within the rooms and common areas, including:
– complete regulation of the temperatures through the thermostat panel located in the rooms, corridors and in the hall;
– access management with the use of a transponder reader that identifies and communicates in real time the data relating to the main access entrances / exits, gates, emergency exits, refreshment area and rooms.
The lines present in the structure are: Your Light White and Click & Touch White.
The Your Light finish is obtained from tempered glass and is characterized by a simple and minimalist design.
The graphics are fully customizable, thanks to a micrometric engraving on the glass it is possible to insert numbers, icons and logos to make the panel unique and unmistakable.
The Click & Touch finish, in polycarbonate, is designed to offer the right combination of design and ease of use that can adapt to any type of living environment.
The two lines are equipped with a bright blue backlight which activates on approach and makes the atmosphere pleasant even in the dark.
The materials in which they are made allow a rapid and fast sanitization that fully responds to the provisions on the containment and management of the epidemiological emergency from Covid-19.