Piazza Bagni 4, Casamicciola Terme, Campania, 80074, Italy
Dating to the mid-19th century, it was at this hotel that so-called "thermal tourism" began, in one of the largest spas in the south of Italy—the bath where Giuseppe Garibaldi bathed is conserved in a corner. Sybaritic is the word to describe the decor: hypercolorful mosaic columns, gilded Stil Empire furniture, and lots of Las Vegas–ian glitz. The staff are ready to pamper you (and nonguests) with every kind of beauty treatment imaginable, and you can top it all off in the open-air roof pool, surrounded by Ischia's rich vegetation.
- some say five stars is not enough
- wonderful indoor pool
- located in a nondescript square
- a bit far from beach
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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