Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
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4.9 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Somerset
Great for a family holiday.Posted Aug 12, 2014
Beautiful, well kept grounds and helpful staff. Our 7 year old loved all the different pools. We all appreciated the free shuttle into Loano town centre which is a lovely town. Great first Italian experience for our child. Hope more families from the UK get to hear about this hotel ( but not too many ) a fabulous place to stay on the beautiful Italian Riviera. Tuti Bene.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great value. Friendly staff.Posted Oct 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was an excellent value and a good location for exploring Liguria. English speaking staff was a nice plus!
for Everyoneby Family of 3 from London
Lovely (but expensive) holiday villagePosted Aug 20, 2013
We had a 4 day stay at Loano 2 village. Husband and me stayed in a studio with our little girl. Studio is quite small but very clean and there are 3 seperate beds, which is not that great but for 4 days its OK. They are quite comfortable. There is a little kitchenette where you can cook. The pool area is fantastic. Beautiful pools in all sizes and for all ages, swimmers and non swimmers. The life guard allocates you 2 sunbeds and 1 umbrella which are yours to use for the days you stay which makes it very easy, no towels on sunbeds at 6 in the morning. There is entertainment but all in Italian which we loved, we are in Italy so no need for all British entertainers. They do speak English so if you have a question you get it answered. The shows in the evening were lovely and they were sort of in an underground theater, so you did not hear any noise in your studio. Reception staff is very friendly and helpfull. The grounds are nice and very clean. We did not go to the beach as it's all private and we loved the pool area. We did go in Loano for dinner in the evening and it's a lovely town. Parking is hell, but that's in all villages on the coast. Parking in Loano 2 village is easy, opposite the complex there is public parking or there is underground parking for 10 Euro's a night. It was a lovely short break in August.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted May 20, 2011 on Hotels.com
We chose this hotel as we had driven to Italy and needed secure parking. We we arrived I had to admit we were horrified but this complex actually grew on us quite quickly. I was reassured when we walked into reception as they staff were very welcoming .The room was comfortable and had a small kitchen area and the whole complex was clean and well maintained, including the lovely pool areas. They had a free coach into Leona than ran every hour until 7pm, which gave us great access to the train station and all the resorts along the coast and the fabulous city of Genoa. We didn't eat at the hotel (mainly because we couldn't work our if we could). The only problem I had was being made to wear an wristbandand at all times. Even having to take the bedding to the launderette at the end of out stay or having to cart of luggage over to our apartment would not put us off returning. The only reason why I wouldn't return is I really don't want to be wearing a plastic band on my wrist, especially outside the hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from chamonix,france
loano village,Loano,ItalyPosted May 16, 2011 on Hotels.com
Out of season excelent but I can imagine very busy in August.Very helpfull staff,lovely gardens and pools, bikes to loan free of charge,private bus service to bbeach and town generally well organised and maintained.Great for children.......
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Warsaw, PL
Big, well organized resortPosted Jun 9, 2010
Ok, it's one kilometer from seaside. But sand there is not really nice, beaches are crowded and you're charged for sunbeds. So it's better to stay in Loano Village. There is animation programme every day both for kids and adults. There are couple of room options - we decided to take fully equipped studio. Kitchenette had all necessary equipment, so breakfasts and lunches were made by us. Staff is nice and helpful. I'd recommend this resort for families looking for some well organized stay.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Zurich, CH
Resort-style comfortPosted Sep 16, 2009
More like an assisted living village than a hotel...but we really liked it. The rooms were apartment style, newly renovated, clean and had a fully stocked kitchen.Perfect for seniors and familiies because everything is at your fingertips. Too far from the beach to reach by foot, but the area is quiet and they run a shuttle service. Free parking is available nearby and they have a pay garage. Staff was friendly and spoke German and English. Pool was also very nice. Highly recommended if you don't mind a resort-style atmosphere.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from France
Great findPosted Mar 10, 2009
This hotel is great the staff are very helpful and speak great English French German and Italian the rooms are very spacious with the addition of cooking facilaties (9euro a day) it was perfect. We had a classic suite and it had a sea view all blocks have lifts and these in most go to the car park. The grounds were imaculate the pool also and breakfast was enourmous plus thinks that were total strange like meringue and sweets. The main restaurant was not open nor the pizza place but it was low season the buffet restaurant was open and served a good meal with plenty of veriety and as much as you could eat but 25 euro. Please remember that if you visit that this is a predominantly Italian resort for Italians.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sunderland
Loano2 Peak SeasonPosted Aug 17, 2007
Stayed here in August for Five Nights,everything was fine in the complex,the surounding area however had not a lot to offer