Discover the best Specialty lodgings in Province of Teramo, Abruzzo including Youmami, Residence Hotel Alba Palace, Hotel Casale, Villa Lucia B&B, B&B del Corso - Affittacamere Giulianova, Residence Hotel Alba Palace, Bed& Breakfast, B&B Vanessa, A Casa Di Cinzia, Pizzacalla.
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5 based on 79 reviews
YOUMAMI Suite Hotel features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, garden, a bar and shared lounge in Giulianova. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also has a restaurant and a children's playground. The accommodation offers room service, and luggage storage for guests.
I stay in this hotel 7 days during July 2019. The Hotel Youmami is new construction, so everything is perfect, the suite room very comfortable. All rooms with swiming-pool view in the center of the building, the private beach of the hotel is just a stone's throw away by crossing the street. There is also a play area for children. From our arrival until departure, the very kind owners have responded to our every need therefore we thank them from the heart. We recommend this hotel especially for families with children.
5 based on 39 reviews
4.5 based on 20 reviews
I am a local, in the sense that I have spent my childhood and teenager years in Isola del Gran Sasso (the largest town in the neighborhood) and I often visit my parents, still living there. Therefore I know this area very well. This year my wife and I went to Casale San Nicola for 6 days to run away from the hot weather and chaos of the valley. No choice could be better! Casale San Nicola is a small village in the mountains and hosts about 200 inhabitants. There are no touristic facilities, but this Hotel. One can find several trails leading to nearby villages (San Pietro, Forca di Valle, Fano a Corno, etc), to mountain churches (Eremo San Nicola) or picnic areas (Fonte Nera). One can in principle reach La Madonnina (2000m), the Franchetti hut (2400m) and Corno Piccolo and Corno Grande (2900m), but this would take a few hours of hiking and requires a bit of training. In principle one could easily spend one or two weeks hiking around, and even more if one wants to use a car to visit other touristic spots of the Gran Sasso massif, using Casale as a base. The rhythms of Casale are slow. There is no noise, no mess, no traffic and no chaos. The only aggregation center is the bar of the hotel, and its restaurant as well, where one can find a few people in the evenings. An exception to this is the yearly sagra of Pecora alla Callara, where the whole village hosts a gastronomic fair dedicated to old sheep cooked in the traditional way (I love it!). Hotel Casale fits perfectly in these settings. It is a small hotel, which has always been run by the same family. The rooms are a bit old (from the 80s, I guess), but very clean. They have comfortable beds and everything is so calm and fresh in the nights that sleep is magic. The hotel restaurant is also great. They serve very good food, portions are abundant and prices are cheap, even for Abruzzo standards (count 10-12 euros per person for a main dish and wine or around 20 euros per person for a complete meal). Breakfast is all right, but is in old Italian style. This means that one may expect to find homemade cakes, croissant, jam and nutella. No salty food, at least by default. However, I am sure that one could get a small continental breakfast by asking the hotel staff a bit in advance. The hotel staff is kind and helpful, and I can only spend words of appreciation for them. In short, I really recommend this place for those who are looking for calm, relax and good food. People who look for a hectic holiday, however, should look somewhere else, maybe along the coast. My wife and I will surely go back to Casale next summer!
5 based on 16 reviews
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Esperienza molto positiva quella vissuta al B&B del Corso di Giulianova. Struttura nuova situata a ridosso delle vie principali dal centro, raggiungibile a piedi in 3 minuti. La camera, ampia, è dotata di aria condizionata, TV e bagno privato è risultata essenziale ed accogliente e soprattutto molto ben illuminata. La colazione è fruibile presso il bar adiacente (appendice della struttura considerato che i proprietari sono gli stessi). Per onestà di descrizione va detto che per accedere alle camere è necessario percorrere una "discreta scalinata" e che la struttura non è dotata di parcheggio, anche se nella zona è facile trovarlo (a seconda della stagione). Nel complesso esperienza assolutamente positiva che mi sento di consigliare.
5 based on 39 reviews
5 based on 42 reviews
Warm welcome , although I had my reservation for 8th of March instead of 8th of February . Luckily they had room available and they could accommodate us. They were very helpful and kind. The room was perfect . Warm, very clean and quiet close to the beach or even to Conad. It's just a perfect place in every way. Highly recommended to everyone to stay at this lovely B&B.
5 based on 10 reviews
Cinzia e Franco sono due persone empatiche, disponibili, gentili e molto più che ospitali. Due persone eccezionali che hanno accolto me, mio marito e, soprattutto, il nostro cane in un momento molto difficile e delicato per lui. Ci siamo sentiti a casa, sempre a nostro agio. Camera confortevole e colazione abbondante e buonissima!! Il B&B è in un'ottima posizione e in un bellissimo quartiere. Davvero un'ottima struttura.
5 based on 3 reviews
Posizione tranquilla ai margini delle colline, vista sul Gran Sasso, a due passi dal mare. Gentile e premurosa la proprietaria che gestisce con attenzione, pulizia e gran senso di responsabilita' al riguardo di una migliore sostenibilità ambientale. Colazioni ottime nel patio, splendido giardino. Al B&B Pizzacalla si sta bene.
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