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SHotel - San Giovanni Teatino Hotels


Via Po 86, San Giovanni Teatino - Map
4.2 out of 5 (55 reviews)
Carlton Hotel - Pescara Hotels

Carlton Hotel

Viale Della Riviera, 35, Pescara - Map
3.8 out of 5 (177 reviews)
Sea Lion Hotel - Montesilvano Hotels

Sea Lion Hotel

Via Aldo Moro 65, Montesilvano - Map
3.8 out of 5 (46 reviews)
Hotel Victoria - Pescara Hotels

Hotel Victoria

Via Piave 142, Pescara - Map
4.7 out of 5 (45 reviews)
Hotel Prestige - Montesilvano Hotels

Hotel Prestige

Via Marinelli 102, Montesilvano - Map
"More than adequate"
Winter was probably not the best time to be here, not much happening around the place. However, as hotels go this was more than adequate, good size room, nice view from the window, friendly staff and not a bad restaurant. Our waitress was lovely. She kept apologising for her lack of English skills, but she did a great job considering she had not used her English much since she had left school. Good off street parking behind a secure barrier.
Traveller from Mandurah West Australia
This modern property is spread over five floors and situated within 50 metres of the beach and promenade and within five …More
B&B Villa Vale - Spoltore Hotels

B&B Villa Vale

Via S Lucia 10, Spoltore - Map
Best Western Hotel Plaza - Pescara Hotels

Best Western Hotel Plaza

Piazza Sacro Cuore 55, Pescara - Map
4.2 out of 5 (103 reviews)
Hotel Florida - Silvi Hotels

Hotel Florida

Via La Marmora 1, Silvi - Map
4.3 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Castello Chiola - Loreto Aprutino Hotels

Castello Chiola

Via Degli Aquino 12, Loreto Aprutino - Map
4.7 out of 5 (20 reviews)
Castello Chiola is a magnificent hotel in a castle of remote origins, around the year 864. The impressive and stately castle …More
Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia - Chieti Hotels

Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia

Via Erasmo Piaggio 17, Chieti - Map
4.5 out of 5 (80 reviews)
The hotel is a new build, with modern architecture and bright spaces, is located in a perfect position for business travels …More

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    Accommodation In Abruzzo

    Towering mountains, ancient castles and glittering bays are just some of the sights you’ll see in Abruzzo and Marche, two regions of Italy that are full of natural beauty and historical charm. Check out our Abruzzo and Marche hotels and go beyond the typical tourist favourites on your next trip to Italy.

    Things to do

    With one third of its 10,000+ square kilometres covered by national parks and protected reserves, Abruzzo is the home of rare wildlife and greenery galore. As well as going hiking in its three national parks, you can check out local attractions like the Rocca Calascio fortress, the Abbey of San Giovanni and Pescara Roman Catholic cathedral.

    Marche (also known as ‘Le Marche’ or ‘the Marches’) is a massive region that stretches along the Adriatic Coast and includes gorgeous beaches like Numana, Ancona, and plenty of history. Visit the Sferisterio stadium, the Palazzo Pianetti and the Ancona Cathedral to take a look at Marche’s past. And if you’re a real history buff, make sure you visit the galleries and museums.

    Shopping and dining

    Like most of Italy, Abruzzo’s towns offer plenty of open-air and flea markets. You can dine on distinctive local cuisine in a restaurant beside a shepherd’s hut or snack on seafood in a restaurant by the seaside (where better?).

    Marche has both flea markets and factory outlet shoppings, and a restaurant range that includes classy wine bars, Michelin-starred restaurants and Italian favourites.

    Getting here and around

    Abruzzo is just a two-hour drive from Rome, while Marche is three hours away. Book one of our cheap flights to Rome. Hiring a car is the easiest way to get around but you can also catch a train from Rome to Abruzzo or Marche. Snap up your Abruzzo and Marche accommodation from our range below and you’ll be glad you didn’t overlook these tantalising regions.

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