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Hotel Internazionale

Via Acquedotto 33, 80070, Ischia, Isola d'Ischia Italy
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#57 of 72 hotels in Ischia
The Hotel Internazionale Ischia is located in a very panoramic and quiet position, surrounded by a large garden, near the Park of Fiaiano of Ischia. The Hotel Internazionale Ischia offers its guests a warm atmosphere for a holiday of relaxation, well-being and tranquility. The Hotel Internazionale Ischia is located near the beautiful bay of Ischia, where the beach is conveniently connected by a free hotel shuttle service and public bus service.The Hotel Internazionale Ischia offers free parking, a restaurant serving local cuisine, international and vegetarian cuisine, cocktail bar, conference room and modern swimming pool with thermal water.
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Free parking
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Outdoor pool
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Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Snack bar
Special diet menus
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Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, German, Italian
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helenbowman wrote a review Sep 2019
Darlington, United Kingdom8 contributions1 helpful vote
The hotel itself was nice, the room was basic but clean but the pool and the surrounding views were very nice and the staff friendly and helpful. The breakfast was average (not much choice), and we didn’t have any other meals here so can’t comment on the rest of the food. The location of the hotel, whilst accurately described, is difficult to get to as the bus service is not reliable at all and the taxis are very expensive. The shuttle service offered by the hotel runs once a day (09.30) down to the beach and once a day (18.00) back to the hotel. I would recommend if you want a very quiet and relaxing place, but not if you want to go to out and about, particularly on an evening.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
NinBusiness wrote a review Jan 2019
Miami Beach, Florida91 contributions30 helpful votes
This is little family owned diamond in the rough. It is everything genuine, authentic and as close to Italian island life as you can get! Just riding the ferry into Ischia you already know this place is magical. The hotel is nestled in the hillside off the mountains via a typical Italian windy road ( so much fun) once you get to the hotel it's as if time stood still in the best way possible. The structure built around the 50's era ( I'm guessing) with cool white walls and high ceilings. You are greeted by one of the owners and matriarch of this family Ms. Josepina. What an amazing person this lady! She's like your Italian mama you never knew you had ! The hotel is spotless. Rooms are small and very European . This is not an all inclusive amarican hotel, nor is it fancy in any way. In fact there is no air condition ( you can ask for a fan) This is a hotel you come to experience the true simple Italian life. The evenings are cool up in the hill and It is surrounded by residents and other family members. You can see the ocean and the stars from your small balcony . The food is amazing and fresh everyday . I chose the 3 meal a day package and was full everyday. You are given choices every morning. Every meal includes an extremely generous assortment of antipasti etc then your main course. The pool is extremely nice, has options for jacuzzi like massage therapy on one side. This small intimate quirky Italian hotel will leave you smiling days after you've gone . Make sure you walk down to the small town. Visit the markets and immerse yourself in the " true authentic Italian life" . Take a bus or rent a Vespa and tour the small towns and beaches . It is affordable and it is True Italian in every sense of the word. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled solo
1 Helpful vote
Terra841 wrote a review Oct 2018
Brighton, United Kingdom11 contributions17 helpful votes
Such a lovely hotel. The owners treat you like family. Nothing is too much trouble. Such a relaxed place for a few days. I didn’t want to leave. Thermal swimming pool is great. Top tip, allow the owners to arrange dinner at their favourite restaurant for you. They come and collect you and drop you back and the food, views and wine are great!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
Nicoleta P wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom56 contributions26 helpful votes
Just came back from our second time on the island and we chose this hotel due to the reviews left by the people who visited before. Unfortunately I feel like it wasn't at all as I read. To start with the good things , the reason that I gave average and not poor, the location in terms of view, surroundings, looks of the hotel from the outside , the pool, small but nice and heated , hotel clean on the inside, rooms quite a good size. All of these do make you give the hotel a good review . But for me it felt like was living in a shared house where you paid for your room with a shared balcony so no privacy at all , the noisiest hotel ever where you can hear everything and I mean everything , every fart, snore , toillet flush , door slammed and any sort of noise that you can imagine . If you cannot sleep through noise than good luck because at the end of my holiday all I wanted was to sleep. Keep in mind that we were a couple with a 3 years old child who wasn't noisy at all. Second thing that drove me mad was the breakfast which was not basic or nice, it was awful. Same thing every day, some fruits unwashed in a dirty bowl, some croissants for which people were fighting, the cheapest cereals you can buy in a supermarket , a bowl of yoghurt, 2 bowls of jam and jam in small sizes, a jar of Nutella and a jar of honey , 2 types of juice and water and also bread which could have broken your teeth if you ate it and wasn't fresh every day. There was the luxury of a cake , the same every day and of course coffee for which we came down in the first place. that is it, no egg, no milk, no cheese or any sort of thing, no vegetable , nothing , very, very low and the cutlery was extremely dirty( like washed in a dishwasher with no washing liquid ) .I know it's a low cost hotel but if you cannot offer a decent breakfast the forget it. There are people who come with kids and they don't expect this , an adult can starve for the morning but a child needs to eat. Also to top it up there is no fridge in the room ( not in the one I stayed ) so although there is a supermarket close you cannot buy and keep something at cold .Thank God we didn't buy half board or even all inclusive. Another thing , the hotel advertises that they offer free shuttle service to Maronti beach. Wrong- maybe they do it for their friends or Italians but when I asked I was told to take bus 10 and that is it . 7 nights I slept on the same sheet , and the night before the last my son , due to excitement from the day , weed the bed so I had to collect all the sheets and asked to have them changed . We had a tv in the room, very high up , no remote control, twice I asked for it , nobody bothered to give me one. No shower gel in the bathroom, if you as a hotel don't have the standards to put a cheap shower gel sachet in the bathroom then what else is to say. Some rooms have a shower cabin which is nice and more hygienic but ours had a filthy curtain.The coffee at the bar , one day was €1.50 the next day was €2.00 so it's how they feel to sell it, no prices anywhere so you know how much you're paying and a juice from a carton of €1.00 from the supermarket , they sold it with €3.00. It's a shame because the potential is high and good customer service will make a difference in this place . It's a no from me :(
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
3 Helpful votes
Response from Filippo M, Proprietario at Hotel Internazionale
Responded Jul 25, 2017
Dear Nicoleta, thank you for your review even if it's not totally positive. We apologize for the inconvenience you found during your stay: we do our best every day to let our guests stay comfortable and it's obvious that something with you went wrong. The occasion is appropriate to invite you again in Ischia with us for your next holidays, we are sure to show you our potential, of course compared with the services included in the facility. Best regards, Filippo Mattera Titolare
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Resort227579 wrote a review Jun 2017
1 contribution1 helpful vote
My friend and I stayed here for a weekend at the end of March. I didn't write a review immediately after, as I don't like being negative. But having read the most recent reviews, I felt compelled to write about my experience. The hotel is in a beautiful location, but we found local buses didn't run frequently enough. The hotel and rooms were clean and adequate, but we were most disappointed that the swimming pool was empty, and the outside areas were unkempt and a little neglected. We were upset as no apology was offered. We had read that Ischia has natural, health giving springs, which tap into the pool. So to find an empty pool was a big disappointment. The breakfast each day was lovely, tasty and fresh. But due to a lack of guests, the restaurant lacked atmosphere, and we were unable to eat outside on a terrace?? We were treated politely, but on arrival, I feel we didn't receive a particularly warm welcome. In fact we were just directed to our room, and left to struggle up the stairs on our own. I just feel that at the time of booking, we should of been informed about the lack of pool, and the whole "out of season" feel to the whole place. Sadly, it did spoil my first experience of visiting Italy.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
Response from Filippo M, Proprietario at Hotel Internazionale
Responded Jul 25, 2017
Dear guest, thank you for your review and for your deep sense of responsability: I can imagine how hard has been to don't write a review for all these months. I hope you feel better now after that. About the hotel, we are obviously just a 3 star hotel and, again, the position is quite clear on the maps: you could check it before booking but maybe you were too attracted by the cheap price. About the pool: March in Ischia is still a "cold" month, it's definitely not possible to get into the pool but not only in our hotel, in all the places with an outdoor space. Again thank you for your review and we do hope to see you again possibly during the summer. Best regards, Filippo Mattera Titolare
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ItalyCampaniaProvince of NaplesIsola d'IschiaIschia
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Internazionale
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Internazionale?
Nearby attractions include Acquedotto del Buceto (0.6 miles) and Wandern auf Ischia (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Internazionale?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Internazionale?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Internazionale?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Internazionale?
Conveniently located restaurants include Il Borghetto, Il Giardino Mediterraneo, and La Vigna di Alberto.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Internazionale?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Internazionale?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Hotel Internazionale offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Internazionale?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Internazionale?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Castello Aragonese (1.7 miles), Sant'Angelo (Serrara Fontana) (2.8 miles), and Palazzo dell'Orologio (1.6 miles).