Why choose a
SilverDoor Padua apartment?
Are you planning a short-term or long-term business
trip to Padua? Complete your planning with ease by contacting our friendly team
who will find the very best serviced apartment for you and your colleagues.
What is a serviced apartment?
The corporate serviced apartments in Padua we offer
have been selected for their premium quality and suitability to business
travellers. A balance of hotel luxuries and services and personal convenience,
our apartments are stylish and practical, meaning you get the best of both
With a serviced aparthotel in Padua, you receive:
savings. Like for like, serviced apartments are better valued for money when
compared with hotels offering the same amenities and features. In addition,
beyond a certain threshold period, serviced apartments reduce in nightly cost –
meaning you are rewarded for longer stays.
· Privacy. Being completely
self-contained and with a spacious interior, serviced apartments provide a
superior level of privacy. With a multitude of rooms and spaces for performing
different functions, from cooking to working and entertaining, you can choose
when and how to make the most of your apartment.
· Luxury as
standard. Serviced apartments in Padua are outfitted for an enjoyable and luxurious
stay. Besides featuring beautiful décor and fixtures, many of our apartments
come with additional services – from on-site gymnasiums to swimming pools and
What do I need to know about staying in Padua?
With its nearest airport being Marco Polo in Venice,
Padua is best reached by road as there is no train station available at the
airport. There are a series of buses which link with Padua – as well as sightseeing
buses operating within the city. If you are considering hiring a car, be aware
that the city has a Limited Traffic Zone at its centre, which is open only to
those possessing a permit.
The city has active measures to help reduce traffic
and emissions, such as a car-sharing service and a ‘Good Bike Padua’ scheme
which is a bike-sharing service operating throughout the city 24 hours a day.
Unsurprisingly, Padua is brimming with Italian cafes
and restaurants which specialise in providing quality wine and welcoming atmospheres. Since 1831 Caffe Pedrocchi has served delicious coffee, wines and
pastries to Padua’s visitors and locals alike. A more youthful venue to visit
is the Amsterdam café, which serves beers and cocktails in a bar with a trendy,
Padua is particularly popular from June to August for
its Mediterranean temperatures and clement climate. Like many Italian cities,
Padua is partly cloudy year-round but is susceptible to particularly cold
winters due to its exposed location.
What else is Padua known for?
As the capital of the province, Padua is the economic powerhouse of the area and has a population of 214,000. The city is undergoing
investment and improvement in a variety of areas, from available transport to
the provision of digital services. Its university continues to produce skilled
workers in the region, who in turn are helping to develop the city’s infrastructure
and employment levels.
many to be the oldest city in Northern Italy, Padua was supposedly founded in
1183BC by a Trojan prince. The city has experienced many wars, and as a result, there are many fascinating historical landmarks to
see. The 14th century preached St. Anthony is buried in the
beautiful Basilica di Sant’Antonio, which features Romanesque, Gothic and
Byzantine architecture. Padua is also home to Europe’s largest medieval hall – the
Palazzo Della Ragione.
university was founded in 1222 and was in fact where the first woman in the
world graduated from a university - in 1678. The university also boasts the
world’s oldest botanical garden, which was established in 1545. To this day the
garden is home to many rare and exotic plants.