Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 out of 5
92% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

FANTASTIC!!!! Che spettacolare!

Posted Sep 3, 2013
Pros: VIEWS!!!!!!!!!!! POOL!!! And its right next to a natural thermal spa.... and you just take a boat and youre in SantAngelo!
Cons: For the price I paid, nothing. I think it just depends on your expectations...the rooms were HUGE!!!! loved it. Showers were simple but who cares!
Location: The natural thermal bay... SantAngelo... they have their own pools.
I chose this at random via Expedia. and I had NO idea where on Ischia it was located. I just booked my trip the morning of and when I arrived hopped in a taxi and it led me to this paradise. Itàs simply beautiful here. Views of Sant Angelo, amazing food, amazing family. I felt at home here and stayed longer than I had hoped to... they even have thermal pools and a cold pool. It is one of the best places I stayed here in Italy. Ischia has become my favorite island so far in the world! I was really happy to have chosen this area especially for September. This is an amazing family and they really work so hard to please guests. HIGHLY recommend!!! The food here was FANTASTIC!!! i had rabbit on sunday dinner and it was soooo amazing!
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by J. from FPO

Construction and unfinished, but delightful staff

Posted Jun 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is quite out of the way from any points of intrest. There is no shuttle to the hotel and you must take a city bus to get there. The ride is about 35-40 minutes from the main port. There is significant construction around the pool and lower level rooms. Our room was quite large and had a seperate bedroom from the main room. But, There is a open window/ pass through between the spaces. There is no T.V., Wifi, or working A/C in the room which is all listed as available in the room. We had to ask a staff member to come fix the A/C. The pool area was quite dirty with construction materials on the ground around the pool. Also, the pool needs a good cleaning. The pool walls are slimmy and brownish in color. Now, because the hotel is away from almost everything and transportation is difficult, dinner is almost required to eat at the hotel. The menu is a set menu will only two choices... fish or meat. The only exeption is for children. The food was good, but very expensive; which you do not find out until you check out of the hotel. Breakfast is quite good though. Fresh pastries, fruit, cereal, meats and cheese, and several bread selections. Homemade jams and jellys are very good. In all the hotel worked for a single overnight stay, but if ihad not had a Hotel.com reward night it would not have been worth staying. I would suggest finding a place closer to the sights or beaches and you will have more options for dinner and activities.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Spa
by A verified traveler

Posted Jun 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
Hotel is lovely and the staff is nice. Their food at the restaurant is amazing, but the hotel is in the middle of nowhere and is difficult to get to and find.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Other
by A verified traveler from Naples, Italy

Would recommend

Posted Oct 4, 2010
This hotel, while a little out of the was, is accessible and beautifully located. It's got a fabulous hill setting, with gorgeous views of the water and Sant' Angelo. The room was large (we requested a double, but the room had a queen, twin, and a futon. As usual in Italian hotels, the bathroom isn't a place you want to linger, but fine. The balcony/deck was huge and had an amazing view! There are two pools, one thermal, one regular. The staff (family) was incredibly nice and made you feel right at home. Breakfast was wonderful and much more than the usual cornetto - multiple homemade breads and tortes, yogurt, meats and cheeses, caffe and juices, etc. My friend and I also chose to eat dinner at the hotel. It was delicious - four courses for only 15 Euro - you can't beat that! Also, shuttle is offered to take you to the bus stop at the top of the hill - a bit of a walk. On a nice day, if you are in decent shape, not a bad walk, but does take some time. Overall - a wonderful stay!
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler

Posted Sep 18, 2010 on Hotels.com
Location: San Angelo & Forio.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Ontario

Cannot wait to return

Posted Jun 6, 2010
The best little hotel in Ischia. If you are looking for the island's best views then book a "Deams" room. You won't be disappointed. The hotel is more remote than some on Ischia but exactly what we were looking for. Only a short walk from the natural seawater hotsprings and the hotel pools have the same mineral water pumped in . The hosts were fabulous and helpful and the food made on the premises and served overlooking the sea, were delicious and reasonably priced. The pool area could use a bit of maintenence but that didn't bother us as the view and the flowers made up for it. Buses are easy to navigate or rent a scooter to get around the island. We enjoyed every moment here.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Valencia, CA

Good hotel, but...

Posted Sep 2, 2009
This family run hotel had lots of pluses and several minuses. It is a little out of the way, especially if you don't have your own car, but it is only a short walk from a small, beautiful, rocky cove with hot springs and it has spectacular views of San Angelo. The owners will drive you to the bus stop on the main road. The rooms are clean, but nothing out of the ordinary except for the views. The breakfast, included in the price, was good, but the food coming out of the kitchen for lunch and dinner was wonderful and reasonably priced. The worst thing about it was the pool area: all three were extremely dirty and covered with mold. I hope they clean and maintain these for future guests because they would be a real asset.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from London

Fantastic hidden gem

Posted Aug 13, 2009
We spent a week at Torre San't Angelo last year and enjoyed it so much that we went back for a fortnight this year. The location is a little off the beaten track down a narrow road but the views from the rooms and the dining area are nothing short of spectacular. This is a family run hotel that clearly prides itself on providing the best, friendliest service possible. Everybody at the hotel bends over backwards to make sure that you have everything and anything you could want. Simple and delicious local cuisine is served in the evenings(which is very good value!). There's also a pizzeria at the top of the road called 'Il Ritrovo' that is well worth a visit. The room was bright, well equiped and had a lovely view of the sea from the window (without us even requesting a sea view). Several of the other rooms and appartments have balconies that overlook the sea as well. As well as the normal temperature pool, the hotel has a thermal pool and a warm jacuzzi that allowed you to continue to enjoy swimming even after the sun has started to fade.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler

Nice Hotel!

Posted Jul 27, 2009
Good food, great views from both the room and the dining terrace and very friendly staff. The hotel is only a 10 minutes walk away from the small village of Panza where there are restaurants and minimarkets and 30 minutes away from the lovely village of Sant'Angelo. Recommended!
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Northants

A great place to get away from it all

Posted Jul 16, 2009
For food, views and service you can't fault the this hotel. We were on the half board option and loved every meal of our 5 day stay. It is a real bonus not having to look for somewhere to eat and working out the menu! The terrace overlooks Sant Angelo and the views are a rare bonus. The hotel is a bit out of the way but the shuttle service is usually on demand. Getting around the island is time-consuming generally so worth not trying to pack a lot of sightseeing into your trip and just enjoy relaxing by the pool or Sant Angelo beach. Italy is pricey but so worth it!