I'm searching for a hotel in the Ischia and I would really appreciate if you could help me find it.
It's a 4 star hotel/resort when it's full there can be around 400-500 guests at least.
The hotel is u-shaped and has bungalows in front of the main building, on the other side of a parking space,
I think it's quite a big complex, when guests are going to stay in one of the bungalows one of the staff will take you to your room in something similar to a golf car.
It has 5 floors
It has a spa with emotional showers and jacuzzi baths/thermal baths,
The hotel has two restaurants for the customers and two bars, one pool bar and one bar inside.
The hotel is open right now but it is closing this week for 3,5 weeks for maintenance.
Outisde of the hotel, very close, there is another restaurant that is not with the hotel but many hotel guests go there, it's like a disco bar restaurant/pizzera where people can both eat, drink and dance.
The hotel has bed and breakfast, half board and full board.
When guests arrive late in the evening and they have booked HB or FB, they get a cold dinner plate served for them.
The hotel has glass doors in the entrance and the floor is blue and beige tiles, the reception desk is white,
The reception area/lobby have a beautiful ceiling and arched roof between the rooms.
It's a family run hotel and the owners are old over 60 or 70 years old and they still work there.
It has 24 hours reception service.
What is the route that Alicost hydrofoil takes leaving from Positano and going to Forio in Uschia? Is it non-stop or does it stop at numerous ports along the way where we would need to transfer?
We want to stay 10 days in Ischia with 3 children (1, 4 and 8 years)
Is the island also nice for familys? We love small towns and nice beaches. (no big attractions needed) We stayed also once in Skopelos. Maybe this is similair?
Second options is 10 days near Sorrento. But i am afraid its too bussy in juli? We want to see ravello, Postiano and Capri by car.
Hi, can anyone give me information on cinemas on Ischia, staying in July. Are there any open air cinemas ?
Please can you tell me the ferry times and prices Sorrento/Ischia/Sorrento. We want to do a day trip to Ischia from Sorrento during the week commencing 24 June 2013
Hi, I'm visiting Sorrento and want to spend some time in Ischia, but not sure how long to spend there.
I know it's much bigger than Capri which I believe can be seen in a day or so, so I'm not sure how long I would need. I have a friend who visited Ischia just for a day and said that they only had time to see the port town and so didn't do justice to the island.
What towns/villages should I definitely visit, which should I not bother with (using public transport)?
How many nights should I stay? 1 night, 2 nights?
Where is the best place to be based? we want somewhere that is fairly busy at night, ie, lots of restaurants etc rather than somewhere that is more remote and quiet.
Hope someone can maybe help with this.
Is it easy to go to various places; see Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento from this island by boat?
I will be going to riva del sole hotel at via giovanni mazelle35,forio from the ferry and woulk like to know which bus I could take.
My fiance and I will be taking a cruise through the Mediterrean as part of honeymoon this October.
1. What is the best beach for laying out/swimming and enjoying the thermal springs?
2. If we're traveling from the main port on Ischia would renting a moped or taking a water taxi be a viable option for transportation to the beach/springs?
What are the places you would suggest going to on Ischia island, we're going there in early September and we wanna write down a few places to go to, if you have been to Ischia and know some beautiful places, please suggest them...
And I mean places to go to not Hotels or places to stay in...
like "beautiful cliffs, seaside places" and so on...
We want to see the nature in there, and maybe the castles, churches ...
and maybe some really cool museums ( in that case the adresses and the exact names of these museums)
I saw there aren't many pages on Ischia here on VT. Could you give recommend what not to miss on this island. I am open to all suggestions; museums, gardens, cafes, shops...
I'm going there from 29 december to 1 january 2008.
We want to visit Ischia for the first time this winter January 2-6 with our 19 year old daughter. Should we take our rental car over from Naples on the boat, or should we get one on the island instead?
We know it will be quiet since it is cold, but we love thermal hot springs and it is the only time we can go. The side by Forio looks very nice so are considering Royal Palm Hotel or something in that area since we will have a car to go into porto Ischia if we get bored. Or should we stay in town so our daughter has more to do? Any other recommendations welcomed! Our favorite hot springs so far are in Oregon and California, USA.
A collegue of mine will have to go to Ischia at the end of may. I'd like to know how can she do that from Napoli airport. Thanks in advance for your info.
Hello - Can someone recommend a hotel about200 euros/night (during first 2 weeks of June) that would have a nice thermal pool and nice clean rooms? Also we would love a terrace overlooking the sea.
Also, what is the temp in March?
Hi, I'm staying in Ischia (lived in Naples 4 yrs) and I use to stay at a hotel that had 2 pools outside 1) thermal and a wall u crossed to reach the cool pool. It had beautiful gardens surrounding the pools. I've searched the net for hours trying to find it. Any ideas?
has anyone stayed at lord byron in forio?
I'd like to take a morning boat directly to Forio - it seems I need to take one from Molo Beverello at 10:25 AM? I'm not sure if it's a hydrofoil or a
ferry, but it seems better to go directly to Forio than to Ischia Port. I've been told it's better to stay near Mergellina port than Beverello, but I don't think there's a good schedule to Forio from there.
Does anybody have any hotel or ferry suggestions to share? I leave for Europe in one week!
I'm Carole, 36, and I'm thinking of booking a week in Ischia in July/August 07 in order to relax after attending a wedding in Madrid, Spain and after sightseeing around Italy.
I'll be going alone to Ischia. Never been to Italy before and I don't speak Italian. Well, I'm half Spanish/half French so I'm not too bothered about the language bareer (Italian is pretty similar to Spanish & French) but is there any risk of being hassled there as I'll be out and about on my own?
Thanks for advising
Is one side of Ischia better to stay in? Does one have more nightlife, ie...clubs & discos? Planning on going this June.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
What is the quickest and cheapest route from Sorrento to the isle of Ischia and what are the best places to visit for a 1 day trip - that's not too expensive. Cheers
Can anyone who's taken the hydrofoil from Sorrento to Ischia? How to get ticket or reservation? In advance or at time of travel? Cost? Schedule? Arrival port on Ischia? Thanks very much!
I will be traveling to Ischia, Italy and am looking for public internet access. I haven't been able to get any information. Please help. Thanks! karolyn