Peace and quiet; the resort is set apart from other hotels on the island
The excellent restaurant serves dishes made from ingredients grown in its own vegetable garden
What To Know
If you're looking for an active bar scene, this isn't the hotel for you
The resort is spread across different levels, and it's a fairly long walk down to the beach, so it isn't ideal for those with mobility issues
Free WiFi is available only in the public areas
Parking on site
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Sleepy retreat set in a two-acre garden on the volcanic island of Ischia, with a pool fed by thermal waters
On the volcanic island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples, the Garden & Villas Resort is a sleepy retreat set in two acres of palm and lemon tree–studded grounds. Low-rise whitewashed villas dot the resort and surround an impressive pool fed by the island's thermal waters. Natural materials, including local stone and wood beams, feature throughout. The guestooms are housed in detached villas, and all have balconies or terraces overlooking the garden or the sea. They're bright and breezy, with marble floor tiles and pastel shades. The bathrooms are decked out with colorful (if a little old-fashioned) marble floor and wall tiles. Il Corbezzolo restaurant serves dishes made with ingredients grown in the hotel's own vegetable and herb gardens, and the delightful breakfast spread includes bread baked in a wood-fired oven. Spend your days hopping from the outdoor thermal pool to the indoor wellness center, or strolling down to the beach on scenic San Montano Bay.
In the Area
If soaking in the resort’s thermal waters isn’t enough, Ischia has plenty of other natural hot springs. The nearby Negombo Thermal Park has a series of healing pools cut into the mountainside, plus a hammam and a private beach. A short drive away, Giardino Poseidon Terme is a complex of 20 thermal pools of various temperatures set on different levels or cut into caves. For shopping, the picturesque village of Sant’Angelo is home to small shops and luxe boutiques. Or charter a boat or take the ferry to neighboring Capri.