Hotel Le Querce Thermae & Spa
What We Love
- A spa hotel overlooking the Gulf of Naples, with breakfast, private beach access and moreThe hotel's private access to a beautiful beach
- Admiring the panoramic views of the Gulf of Naples
- Enjoying perks like a welcome drink, a spa discount and daily breakfast
- Soaking in healing water from the natural thermal springs at the spa's indoor pool
What To Know
- Sea-view rooms look out over the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius – wake up early for an incredible sunrise over the water
- There is an on-site restaurant, but the hotel is only a 15-minute walk (or short bus ride) from Ischia Port which has plenty of options for food and drink
- WiFi is spotty
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Close to the Ischia Harbor on the dreamy Italian island of Ischia, Hotel Le Querce Thermae & Spa is a peaceful hotel that’s surrounded by unspoiled forests and within reach of some of the best beaches in the area. Overlooking the Gulf of Naples, the hotel has private access to the Bay of Cafiero, where you can swim off the rocks in the perfectly clear blue Mediterranean waters.
The island is known for its healing thermal springs, and the hotel spa has a heated indoor pool, filled with spring water. There’s also a Turkish bath, along with heaps of beauty and wellness treatments. Feast on rustic Italian dishes cooked with fresh local ingredients, and sip cocktails by the open air pool, which is fringed with greenery and colorful blooms.
Rooms have cool tiled floors, traditional décor and a satellite TV – though we doubt that you’ll be doing too much channel surfing when there’s also a glorious sea view to behold.
Pulcinella is an Italian restaurant with panoramic views over the Gulf of Naples. It serves an array of rustic native dishes with plenty of freshly caught fish, meats and local vegetables. There’s also an open-air poolside café and cocktail bar, overlooking the water.
The health spa and beauty center has a Turkish bath, a Jacuzzi and a heated indoor pool, filled with water from the island’s natural thermal springs. You can also book yourself in for a facial, a massage and a range of beauty treatments.
Overlooking the Gulf of Naples, Hotel Le Querce Thermae & Spa is within easy reach of Ischia Harbor and plenty of sandy beaches. Visit the beautiful fishing village of Sant’ Angelo, where you’ll find the longest beach on the island, or explore the pretty town of Forio, with its ancient town and historic church. Your hotel is also close to plenty of vineyards and sleepy forests, where you can go walking and cycling.
How to Get There
Very nice hotel, with spacious rooms, pool, romantic restaurant at night and private access to lovely transparent water beach. Definitely a must stay!
It also has a spa in it. Very close to the port 15 mins walk.
I have recently returned from an absolutely lovely five day holiday in Ischia at the Hotel Le Querche. I arranged it through Citalia and I must say that their helpfulness cannot be overstated. The nearest airport is Naples which, in a charming Italian way, can be rather chaotic! The transfers from the airport involve a taxi to the port, a hydrofoil, and then a taxi from Ischia Porto to the hotel. The travel arrangements, not chaotic either way, organised by Citalia could not have been better and the Citalia reps were excellent. The hotel is lovely and has quite magnificent views over the Bay of Naples. I had a room with balcony which had stunning views over the Mediterranean and I definitely recommend getting one of those. What a glorious view it was to wake up to. The staff are very helpful too. Reception staff were welcoming as were the staff in the spa. The restaurant staff and their manager were most accommodating. Breakfast can be a bit chaotic and I agree with some other reviewers about the coffee (variable) and they might try a bit harder to ensure that the options on offer are replenished more efficiently. I was on half board. Dinner in the evening was average in terms of options. Some evenings very good indeed, others less so. The other a la carte restaurant in the hotel, which I dined at twice, had superb food. The bar, indoor and outside, was a real treat. Francesco is an excellent head bar man. He even went out to buy me slimline tonic (what a Brit/Canadian I am) for my G+T, as they didn’t stock it. Camilo was great too. Another reviewer has mentioned the pianist, Nicola Mazzei. His playing was quite outstanding. Unlike most bar pianists his repertoire was mostly classical (Bach/Busoni, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy) but also some modern song classics such as Somewhere over the Rainbow, etc. I was amazed, but not surprised, that a number of guests, Italian and English, actually came into the bar to listen to him and indeed listened rather than talked while he played. I think he may be a star in the making as a pianist or conductor (I have to declare that I’m a classically trained pianist but another guest present is also a classically trained musician and she thought the same).
A lengthy review I know and I haven’t even mentioned the terrific swimming pool, again with stunning views, the excellent shuttle bus service (although check that you know where it leaves from which is not the front entrance of the hotel, I made that mistake on the first day).
Ultimate test: would I return to Hotel Le Querche? Without a doubt. I’m already planning my next visit and I really wish I were there now.
We spent 4 nights there smith my family. The place is beautiful, well located. The staff is kind and helpful. The vue is astonished. You can either star at the swimming pool or at the beach (lots off stairs to go down). We had a great Times.