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Via Alfredo de Luca 4, 80077, Ischia, Isola d'Ischia Italy
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#39 of 71 in Ischia
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The Central Park Hotel enjoys the privileged position of being located centrally while at the same time immersed in nature and only a short walk from the sea. It boasts a strong tradition of hospitality and attention to detail, from the ambience and comfort of the rooms to the modern services such as broadband. Set apart by its enchanting garden with a large swimming pool surrounded by budding Mediterranean flora, the Central Park Hotel transports you to a state of true bliss with its thermal source Spa & Wellness Centre. Combine all this with an attentive and refined kitchen, and you have the ideal choice for a perfect holiday on Ischia.All the rooms are airy and full of light, furnished with taste and elegance. They offer the kind of comforts in line with the growing demands of an international clientele. Naturally, all have a private balcony, bath or shower, colour satellite TV, refrigerated mini-bar, direct telephone and air conditioning.In the hot summer days the external pool, surrounded by verdant Mediterranean flora, is the perfect place to while away the hours. The Delphis bar next to the pool invites you to taste a refreshing cocktail or a light snack as you lie back and forget about your daily stresses. The indoor pool – Tifeo – is the perfect way to fully enjoy the benefits of Ischia’s thermal waters: hydromassage, a spinal waterfall, and chromo-therapeutic lights assure moments of unparalleled relaxation.The restaurant of the Central Park Hotel offers the flavours, aromas, and textures of Ischia’s plentiful kitchen, upholding the island’s longstanding culinary tradition of using the finest ingredients in true Mediterranean fashion. In the hotter months, dine al fresco on La Veranda and pleasantly indulge in the fusion of culinary aromas and the scents of the garden.Our Spa, beyond offering an area dedicated to thermal cures and muds, also has a beauty section, gym, Turkish bath, Kneipp course, and thermal pool with chromo-therapy. Our fully qualified staff will help you completely forget the anxieties of modern life and guide you along a path of individually tailored wellbeing.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Paid private parking on-site
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Car hire
Banquet room
Hot spring bath
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, German, Italian
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paul b wrote a review Oct 2020
Wavendon, United Kingdom71 contributions54 helpful votes
Upon arrival at the hotel it appears that you are entering a little oasis. Set back from the main road and a short taxi ride from the port, although it is walkable in about 15 to 20 minutes, we were pleasantly delighted. The room we were allocated was on the 2nd floor, nice bedroom with a large balcony. Plenty of hot water in the bathroom and good space. The breakfast the next morning should have been a buffet but due to COVID it had been changed to a 'tick choice' from the list the staff provided. All fine and very hot coffee. Unfortunately it was after this that the hotel showed that it really was not a 4* hotel. Whilst in Ischia we experienced very mixed weather, strong winds and heavy rain that lasted about an hour before returning to sun and sunbathing weather. We waited for about an hour after one of these storms had passed before returning to the pool area to relax. Only to find the whole area covered in debris. No staff were cleaning the pool or the surrounding area and upon speaking to the manager to highlight this we were informed that he did not have the staff and instead if getting someone to clean it he would close the pool. All this time the pool bar staff were just standing around doing nothing. We decided to look at other hotels and see if they too had the same issues. Whilst looking we experienced another torrential storm and took cover for 15 minutes. Once passed we continue to inspect the hotel Floridiana. Where we saw a totally different attitude. The pool staff were out hovering the pool. Pool area was being swept and loungers cleaned, exactly what you would expect of a 4* hotel. We tried to inform the manager of the difference in standards between the Central Park and the Floridiana. He was unavailable/declined to come to reception to talk to us. We decided to change hotels and checked out. Best decision we could have made. In short, the hotel Central Park showed great promise but was a let down for a 4 * hotel. There are better 4* hotels nearby that take pride in their facilities.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled
2 Helpful votes
jlord869 wrote a review Oct 2019
Jersey, United Kingdom5 contributions11 helpful votes
This hotel is a hidden oasis right in the heart of Ischia Porto. We had an issue with our room when we checked in but once it was pointed out to the reception staff we were upgraded to a fabulous room. Everything from the position of the hotel , the staff, the amenities and food was excellent. Will definitely be returning next year.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled
2 Helpful votes
Dubliner2006 wrote a review Jun 2019
Santry, Ireland53 contributions57 helpful votes
The hotel is just a 10-15 minute stroll to the Port. The pool is fabulous with plenty of sunbeds (some with umbrellas) and towels can be hired for €2 per day. There's an indoor spa for residents also, great if the weather lets you down. The food at the pool bar was first class. Try the Zingara sandwich, an Ischian speciality and delicious. Have it with a glass of Ischian white wine. The pasta was the best I ate in Italy, my mouth is watering just thinking about it. Staff were fabulous, Maurizio who managed the bar was full of chat, so friendly and had some wonderful recommendations for things to do on the Island. The staff at reception were very helpful. Room was ample (we booked economy so no balcony), if you can afford to upgrade, a standard will give you a balcony. Could not fault anything about this hotel, wonderful location, facilities and staff. Will definitely return.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled
1 Helpful vote
Barry M wrote a review Sep 2018
Ireland3 contributions1 helpful vote
We stay on Ischia at the Central Park Hotel Terme for 3 days and had a great time, the spa and rooms were lovely. The Spa itself could do with a little T.LC as you can see in places it has been heavily used and is a little run down but still provides some great facilities. The gym however is in bad new of some working machines. The hotel itself provided a great breakfast and is well placed, it is approx. 10min walk from the main strip and you can walk to almost everywhere within 15min. The staff were lovely and we would definitely go back to this hotel
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Traveled
Arja B wrote a review Jun 2018
Helsinki62 contributions32 helpful votes
Stayed at this hotel one week in May. Hotel´s location is convenient for an active tourist like me. Distance to both Ischia Porto and Ponte were equal which gave a good excuse to walk to one end in the mornings and the other in the evenings. Short walk to restaurants, shops etc. Hotel did not fault in services. Rooms were nicely decorated and carefully cleaned, breakfast had plenty of choice and customer service was attentive and given with a friendly smile. Most of the personal spoke good enough English. One thing I have to mention because it made me feel uncomfortable. Some of the clients attended the breakfast dressed in a bathrobe. I found this impolite as the breakfast was in doors in the main restaurant and the personal was wearing their white uniforms. It also made other clients rise their eyebrows. Have not seen this kind of behaviour in hotels of this level. Ischia itself is a beautiful island with plenty to see, good restaurants and easy to commute to Naples and other destinations around. I utterly enjoyed my stay.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Trip type: Traveled
jakepeggs wrote a review Oct 2017
Bristol, United Kingdom4 contributions3 helpful votes
We've just spent a week half board at this hotel. Our room on the third floor was spacious, had a comfortable bed and a balcony overlooking the pool area. Both the breakfast and evening meals were good If a little unadventurous but the service by Raffael, Fabio, Fernanda and the rest of the staff was excellent. The hotel is centrally located in Ischia town and and near to the main road and a busy roundabout, consequently the traffic noise was quite loud throughout the day and well into the evening. The local bus services are good if somewhat crowded and uncomfortable but give you easy access to the whole island. If you are looking for a peaceful break this is probably not the place for you although the hotels position gives you good access to the main town and beach. We came for the walking which was excellent although a decent map of the island would be helpful as the paths are not well signed.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: The upper two floors have the best rooms
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2 Helpful votes
Tom V wrote a review Oct 2017
Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom301 contributions130 helpful votes
Standard rooms are small and some guests were complaining they were shabby. We stayed in a superior room which was fine - clean, well furnished with a little balcony and great view. The clientele are Italian, German and British in that order. Most have the half board option - breakfast and either lunch or dinner. The food is good but not great. The service is first class but the lunch and dinner options are served very quickly. These have to be chosen in advance at breakfast. Breakfasts were buffet style and more than adequate. There was the thermal pool downstairs. The gym was very poor. The pool is good with plenty of sunbeds. This just about deserves the four stars I've given. It has a good central location for Porto.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Book a superior room.
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Tofowhales4life wrote a review Sep 2017
Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom320 contributions24 helpful votes
On arrival mid afternoon, we were more than annoyed to find that the room we had booked, as an upgrade from std to superior, was not available until the following day. The receptionist was apologetically telling us that the previous occupant had a travel problem and had to stay on an extra day. This we found unacceptable because someone else's problem was being made ours,, effectively this meant that someone else was sleeping in the bed we had paid for!! They told us they had no other superior rooms available so had put us in a standard room, which was small with a poor bathroom and a balcony which we couldn't use, overlooking the dustbins. We felt that the other person should have been put there for his extra night, not us. For this inconvenience they offered us free drinks in the hotel for our first night. We did not consider alcohol, sufficient remedy for not being able to unpack, let alone the hideous shabby room, with an unusable balcony. We met two other groups who also had awful rooms allocated - my concern here is that the lowest grade rooms are offered to those who book an 'offer' package. However, the following day as promised, we were given the appropriate room which was very nice, and very definitely better and more recently appointed. Beautifully clean, and a quiet respite on the 3rd floor with a great view. From that point on our enjoyment of the hotel was very much improved. The service in the restaurant was lovely, the breakfasts offered a varied choice. At breakfast you are offered to choose between having lunch or dinner and given the option to choose your meal, the range of menus was quite good and the quality was mostly very good. I felt overall that the hotel deserves a good review, there did seem to be a clear intention to give their guests a good service and our opinion is that they did. There are good facilities in terms of underground thermal bath, spa, steam room, a fitness room which was a bit shabby, and the outdoor pool and surroundings were very good Plenty of sunbeds, I was a bit surprised to have to rent pool towels and pool/spa robes, but these charges were to be waived to us. The pool bar, run by Antonio was great, he was by far the most obliging and friendly and jolly of the staff we met. The restaurant staff were similarly very friendly, Paulo stood out. Mariana on the desk was lovely and the most able English speaker, which is a bit of a problem when most of the non Italian guests were German or English and the other reception staff were difficult to engage if you had any problems. One particular older male member of reception staff was not only unhelpful but quite demonstrably rude and very intimidating, late at night, before our departure. He initially refused to accept my challenge to our bill, which included the drinks charges for our first night (which were modest), and the towel/robe charges which Mariana had waived on arrival for our trouble. Unfortunately he did not have a name badge like the other staff, so I cannot name him, but if you encounter his rudeness, you will recognise him! Finally, if I found myself in Ischia in the future, I would stay here again as we did have a lovely stay. The location was great, halfway between Porto and Aragonese Castle, both of which take 10-15 minutes to reach on foot. Don't be put off climbing the castle as there is an elevator to ease the strain, the views are fantastic. Get a map, check out the 'parallel road' up from the port, which has much going on later in the day. Take a tour around the island by driver and by boat, so pretty either way. Tip: if you do a boat trip to Positano/Amalfi, both of which are lovely, be aware it stops along the way depending where you board, and then again on the return which made our day 11 hours door to door, too long for me. Tip: take Mozzie spray, the hotel is set amongst a lot of heavy foliage and the beasts are there.
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Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: third floor, superior rooms, not much more expensive but much better
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MauroGiorgi wrote a review Aug 2017
Brescia, Italy1174 contributions86 helpful votes
Central Park was in an ideal location for the beach and the Argonese castle. The beaches were a ten minute walk away and the Argonese castle wasn't much further. The room was mostly clean. The bathroom was a nice size, however the shower door was broken and kept coming off of the track. The balcony outside of the room was beautiful and quiet. Overall, the room wasn't bad. We were provided with a breakfast every morning. Although it was convenient to be able to have a breakfast when we woke up, the food was mediocre. We ate a lunch at the swimming pool during our last day. The food we had was a little better than the breakfast, but not excellent. Aside from the food, the wait staff was very friendly and made us feel welcomed. Check in and check out was easy and fast. All in all, our stay was OK.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled
1 Helpful vote
Joanne B wrote a review Jul 2017
Yarm, United Kingdom32 contributions8 helpful votes
We have had a perfect week here very relaxing I couldn't fault anything food was excellent-we went with an open mind expecting to eat out most nights -at breakfast you are given lunch and dinner menu it's up to you which you have you put you choice in with the maitre d' we chose to eat out on an evening only twice and this was because we preferred the lunch menu the service is impeccable food presented well and the restaurant itself is superbly presented. The bar is great with two great bar men who know how to serve drinks . Our room was on the ground floor and I had read about thes looking at a wall and at first I was a bit put out but it was a really good size with a lovely terrace-the wall has a decorative mural it was so peaceful. Outside pool fabulous as is the thermal pool and sauna ect . The hotel is minutes from the main bit of town and bus stop to other parts of Ischia which I would advise anyone to use . The reception staff and manager are so helpful . My one bit of advice the restaurant-men are not allowed in on an evening in shorts -long trousers only -not a problem if you know in advance. We enjoyed our week immensely and didn't do enough site seeing as we just relaxed so we would definitely return.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Traveled
$128 - $206 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Central Park Hotel Terme
Which popular attractions are close to Central Park Hotel Terme?
Nearby attractions include Atelier delle Dolcezze (0.04 miles), Chiesa Santa Maria delle Grazie in San Pietro (0.2 miles), and Pasticceria Minicucci (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, a swimup bar, and free wifi.
Which room amenities are available at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Yes, free parking and paid private parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Central Park Hotel Terme?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante Pizzeria Dortas, Coquille Ristorante Lounge Bar, and Bar dell'Orologio.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Central Park Hotel Terme?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Central Park Hotel Terme?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Central Park Hotel Terme?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Castello Aragonese (0.9 miles) and Palazzo dell'Orologio (0.8 miles).