Fabulous location if you get a room overlooking the sea, as we did. Two gripes.
The advertised 'private beach' gives the impression that it will be for hotel guests only and therefore quiet. It is charming, but very busy indeed, and costs 25 euros.
The restaurant is ridiculously expensive - a small scoop of ice cream comes in a ten euros. And the main courses arrive with practically no vegetables or salad, nor are there any on the menu as extras, so you assume they'll come automatically, especially at those prices. Ther is something a bit depressing about eating a chunk of grilled tuna with nothing to vary the taste or texture.
And if you want to eat out it's about fifteen minutes to drive to Porto San Stephano, and then it's very hard to park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Torre di Cala Piccola is dislocated in different buildings along the hill, connected by small paths and flowerbeds beside the cliff. You can choose among 52 sea sight rooms, furnished with very fine taste. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Torre Di Cala Piccola Hotel