Mezzatorre Resort & Spa Ischia Island, Bay Of Naples Italy

Capri Watch. Every journey to the hotel starts at the port of Naples. There are several ferries a day that connect the Italian mainland with the island of Ischia. This is the ferry that will take us to Ischia. It is advisable to prebook your tickets online in the busy high season. The crossing offers beautiful views of Mount Vesuvius. The Vesuvius is best known for its eruption in AD 79 that destroyed the town of Pompei. The Vesuvius is the world’s most dangerous volcano.

That is because the Bay of Naples is the world’s most densely populated volcanic region. The Vesuvius is the world s most dangerous volcano. The volcanic outcrop known as Ischia cornea into view Ischia is the Bay of Naples’ largest and most developed island. Ischia is the Bay of Naples’ largest and most developed island. From the port, it’s another 20 minutes to the hotel. You can take a taxi or prebook the hotel car (the latter is the cheaper option). The hotel is located on Ischia’s most majestic. It sits on a rocky, lush pinnacle in a secluded cove that overlooks the Tym.

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Tour of the hotel’s communal areas. The hilly hotel grounds comprise several buildings. The lobby is housed in a separate pavilion It sits on top of the domain’s rocky parkland. The hotel is a member of Leading Hotels of the World LHW is a collection of more than 375 luxury hotels and resorts in over 75 countries. LHW does not own hotels but offers service to hotels. Reservations, marketing, quality control, site inspections, and a loyalty program. The hotel is also a Virtuoso property. Virtuoso is the travel industry’s leading network of luxury travel advisors.

The hotel overlooks the sea and Lacco Ameno village. In 750 BC the Greeks landed here and founded the first colony of Magna Grecia. From the lobby, a small road descends towards the resort. Getting around the hotel involves some walking (but who cares with these views). The road ends at a picturesque square. Here, you find the main restaurant, a terrace, and a historic watch tower. This is Chandelier, the resort’s fine dining vei I have dinner and breakfast here later in this post. I have dinner and breakfast here later in this post. The outdoor terrace is a gorgeous, romantic spot. As you’ll see later in this post, relaxing live music is performed here each night. The watch tower dates from the 16th century. It was built to defend the Italian coastline against the devastating rides. The tower has been beautifully renovated.

It now houses several rooms and suites, a lounge, and the wellness center. From the tower, the hotel cascades down to the sea. Here, you find several terraces with loungers, a pool, and a second restaurant. The terraces are connected by steep stairs. This can be challenging for those with mobility issues (although buggy service is provided). The pool is naturally heated by the resort’s thermal water. I’ll have a dip in the pool later in this post. It features a remarkable decor, with colorful artworks adorning the thick walls. A computer is available to guests in the adjoining room Not sure if guests still make use of that feature in the era of the smart phones. Not sure if guests still make use of that feature in the era of the smart phones.

I stayed in this room during my visit. Room category: Deluxe Suite (located in the historic tower). The bathroom features a double sink and ram shower. The toilet, bidet, and bathtub are located in a separate wet room. The bathroom features a double sink and rain shower. The suite features a bright decor. The dressing area and a seating corner are separated from the. Tip: enjoy free VIP benefits when booking via Virtuoso Room upgrade, daily breakfast, and 100 euro resort credit (link below my post). The suite’s highlight is the private terrace. It offers great views of the resort grounds and the mountainous landscape of Ischia. A few more impressions of the room & terrace. It’s one of the property’s highest room categories.

The best time for a visit to spa is after sunset, before dinner. The wellness center features 3 indoor pools. The warm waters of the resort’s own thermal spring flow into these pools. The spa features several treatment rooms. All treatments use the thermal water flowing at 45°C (113°F) from the hotel’s private spring . The pool is filled with sea water. It is the perfect place for a refreshing dip after a hot day in the Italian sun. Do you know ?

You can follow my travels at ©LuxuryTravelExpert. The pool is surrounded by several terraces. There are more than enough loungers for all guests, even when the hotel is fully booked. Ti no ouiue ouiue, uic puwiuiuu ieoLctuicu u. It features dishes inspired by the famous Neapolitan cuisine. Behind the tower is a terrace that projects in Here you find an outfoor spa gazebos and a bench to relax after your. Here you find an outfoor spa gazebos and a bench to relax after your massage. From the terrace, you have a great view on the bay The public bay of Lacco Ameno is on the left, while the hotel’s private bay is oh the. The public bay of Lacco Ameno is on the left, while the hotel’s private bay is on the right. Sunsets can be enjoyed from the cliffs. You need to hike a little though to get a good view of the sunset. The tower is beautifully lit at night. Live piano music is performed each evening. Dinner at Chanderlier, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant. Giuseppe D’Abundo, the chef executive, delivers delectably sophisticated menus.

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