Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Alberobello, Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its quaint environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri makes it easy to enjoy the best of Alberobello.
Rooms at Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.
A concierge and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Alberobello, Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri is located a short distance from Parrocchia Santuario Basilica S.S. Cosma E Damiano (2.7 mi) and Monumento a Monsignor Domenico Morea (2.8 mi).
While visiting Alberobello, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Il Trullo D'oro.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Masseria "La Badessa" di Masi Giuseppe (0.7 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri is sure to make your visit to Alberobello one worth remembering.
We only stayed there for one night. The hotel itself is kind of ok, however I find it overpriced for it is. Breakfast was very poor and there was not variety at all. There were some lactose free muffins labels on the buffet and, when I asked the gentleman that was serving them he mentioned that the muffins had lactose. Thank God I asked before eating. The day we checked in I was having a shower and all of a sudden the water stop coming, I had to go to the spa to finish the shower and they were not even surprised. I expected more for the money we paid. If you have the option of staying somewhere else you should consider it as I don’t think it’s worth it to stay here.
We stayed at Grand Hotel La Chiusa di Chietri in Alberobello for a couple of night during our trip to Puglia last September. It was a very nice hotel, actually a "spa and rersort center', very likely the best hotel in Alberobello (We understand that there is only one other.) but it isn't really "in" Alberobello because it was a fifteen minute drive out in the country outside of Alberobello to reach the hotel. There is nothing around the hotel except fields and farms. You would have to have your own private transportation or be on a group tour to stay at the La Chiusa di Chietri; there is no public transport anywhere about. That said, it has lovely grounds and a variety of lodgings, rooms and cabins and condos (I think). Lovely landscaping with extensive trees and shrubberies. The exterior is non-descript and understated without even a name sign on the exterior of the building. The front door/entryway leads to a secondary lobby somewhat removed from the main lobby and desk. The main lobby is located close to the bar and restaurant. Room #123 was on the ground floor and had a view into a narrow courtyard and a raised walkway with more rooms opposite (see photo). The room was down a hallway/wing off the secondary lobby.. The room had two twin beds pushed together European style) to make one large-sized bed with three pillows and a white duvet. The room was good size but appeared to be missing furniture as there was a large open blank space at one end of the bedroom. Was this supposed to have been a sitting area or space for a table and chairs? The room did have night stands and wall sconces above them on either side of the bed, two wall sconces on the wall opposite the bed, (all with switches controlled at bedside.); a desk/counter top with a straight back desk chair; a small TV on the countertop, a mirror, one luggage carrier, and a wardrobe closet. There was a phone in the room and a small refrigerator under the vanity but no coffee urn or fixings. A small safe was in the wardrobe closet. The bathroom had an attractive red granite sink and countertop and a tub/shower combination. But there was only a cloth fabric shower curtain and the shower head and spray pattern were only so-so fair. There was a small selection of basic toiletries, bar soap but no tissues; and a non-heated towel rack with 6 towels, but limited hooks and hanging space in the bathroom. Only one keycard was issued per couple and it was required to keep the room electric on. We had dinner in the hotel restaurant on our first night there and it was good. Breakfast buffets, however were only fair (at best). There was only a limited number of items and selections with a limited selection of pastry, rolls, fruit, and cheeses, and only orange or pineapple juice. There were mostly fried eggs and no omelettes (despite previous advice that omelettes were available). A request for a scrambled egg resulted in a chopped up fried egg.There was only limited bacon and no sausage or hash. On the morning's breakfast, the hotel ran out of croissants. Coffee was provided by only one coffee machine with no coffee service to the tables.…
We have been going here for the past 5 years for the huge modern hotel, some with patios, great large pool, health spa with massages, outdoor seating with umbrellas, huge lobby and bar and exceptional hotel staff. They are top drawer. The place is immaculate and the restaurant is indoor and outdoor and presents great dishes. We go year after year. They have a huge fountain and the outdoor area is tremendous for weddings of over 300 people. Very beautiful gardens and setting off the main road. There are two trulli buildings on-site for rentals.
This is a really nice hotel, but which has a few issues. First, it has a very nice external grounds--pool (outdoor), and extensive garden. There are a number of Turlli houses that are part of the hotel. The hotel has a very large public area. But there were a couple of issues. The breakfast was disappointing. There were no breakfast meats (either hot or cold). And it took over 30 minutes to replenish the egg stations and add milk to the coffee machine. Finally, there was a loss of electricity twice during one night. The staff blamed it on a storm, but only one wing of rooms lost power, so that explanation seems questionable. You will have to drive or take the hotel shuttle to get to Alberobello ( a must see town)
This hotel is very modern and spacious sitting in large well kept grounds in the countryside outside the heritage town of Alberobello and its world famous Trulli building architecture. Public space an facilities are generous with well maintained. Bedrooms are excellent and well serviced. Breakfast and dinner is of a high standard. The bar is well managed with welcoming friendly staff. All the staff were courteous well trained, friendly and always helpful when required. The is complimentary one round trip a day into Alberobello by minibus or taxi at times to suit individuals. Just book with reception.