What We Love
- A grand seaside resort on Italy's gorgeous eastern coast, with breakfast and a welcome drink Opting for an all-inclusive stay and savoring delicious fare at the hotel's restaurant
- Exploring the seaside city of Pesaro or taking a day trip to Rimini or San Marino
- Pampering yourself with a massage or beauty treatment at the soothing spa
What To Know
- This seaside retreat is just steps from the center of town
- Go early to snag a poolside lounger
- Free WiFi
How to Get There
I have stayed here about four times in the recent past good hotel - high standard of decor - good sized rooms - nice furniture - highly recommend you stay here.
Try and get a direct seaview its worth the extra
The hotel is right on the beach and we had a sea view room, although it was a little obscured because we were on the 1st floor above the restaurant so we were above the roof. That aside the room was very clean and spacious. We loved the design and the black and white pictures. Our room was made up every day and towels changed on request. The breakfast is fantastic with plenty of choices of cereal, fruit, pastries and teas. Staff very courteous and friendly. The pool area and restaurant were closed but you can get bar snacks.
The only downside was there is not a lot around this time of year. Most of the other hotels and restaurants in the area looked permanently closed.
The hotel is further down the beach from the town center, but still only 10 or so minute walk. Public spaces in the hotel are nice and modern. We were on a 5th floor room facing the beach, view from balcony was great. Room had a couch and was spacious; bathroom nice as well, overall relaxing. There was an issue with swarms of flies around the windows, which we had to change rooms when we first got in, but realized it wasn’t going to change when it was similar in the second room ... we didn’t want to bother switching rooms again. To be safe we left a light on in the room overnight to avoid them coming near us... I’m assuming it was generally an issue of nature and would’ve asked the hotel to address if we stayed longer than one night.