Infinity Resort Tropea
What We Love
- A whitewashed beachfront resort, including breakfast, dinner, welcome wine and moreStarting your vacation off right, with the welcome fruit and bottle of wine on arrival
- The sea views – these are what panoramic terraces are made for
- Seeing more of the archipelago of the seven Aeolian Islands
- Having breakfast and dinner covered, plus a suite option
What To Know
- The hotel doesn't have an elevator, so be prepared to climb some stairs!
- The property opened in 2014
Italians don’t bestow titles like the “Coast of the Gods” easily, so you can presume that the Costa degli Dei is going to be impressive, and you’d be right to. Many Mediterranean civilizations have passed over these storied shores, leaving behind a tapestry of archaeological sites, cultural heritage and traditional cuisine.
Known as the pearl of this 34-mile stretch of coastline, Infinity Resort Tropea frames its southern Tyrrhenian Sea views with some of Calabria’s best beaches. It then adds panoramic terraces over the sea rocks, outdoor swimming pools and even its own stretch of private beach from which to enjoy the views. Inside, it’s just as cool and contemporary – you’ll soon notice an all-white theme here – with four-star facilities and local Calabrian ingredients used to create the dishes of the day.
Clean lines and yet more of those white walls make the sea views the real focal point in the guest rooms and suites at Infinity Resort Tropea. As contemporary as they are minimal, designer touches are integrated with your favorite gadgets, from flat-screen TVs and minibars to chromotherapy showers.
With the hotel’s all-white theme determining the decoration of the walls, tables and even tablecloths in the restaurant, it’s up to the cuisine to provide some color. Fortunately, the Calabrian dishes do this in style, with local ingredients and a meticulous approach to presentation. Fish is the specialty here, and it’s best enjoyed on the terrace with a view of the Costa degli Dei, before an after-dinner cocktail under the stars.
With its varied landscape, Calabria mixes it up for nature lovers with mountains, forests and canyons all at your disposal at the nearby Sila, Aspromonte and Pollino national parks. It’s the beaches that most head to Tropea for, though, and you’re perfectly placed to enjoy Rotunda, Convento and Passo Cavalieri. Mini cruises set out from the port of Tropea for the archipelago of the seven Aeolian Islands too, in particular Stromboli, while the Vibo Valentia-Pizzo train station takes care of all of your inter-regional travel and is 15 miles from the hotel.
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Lovely hotel in a very peaceful and relaxing location. Very stylish hotel with gorgeous sea views, overlooking Tropea and Stromboli. Friendly and helpful staff - thank you for helping make a perfect holiday
Just returned from a very lovely and relaxing stay at this hotel.
The grounds were really beautiful and it was nice to have the option to sit by the sea rather than just the pool.
I would recommend a prestige sea view room, as you can watch the sunset each evening which was amazing.
The room was spacious but the TV was rubbish with no basic English channels.
We only ate breakfast at the hotel which was nice but quite limited and so it got boring quickly.
The only Real negative point was the access to Parghelia town. There is a long, windy alleyway at the side of the hotel that connects to the town and includes walking through tunnels and lots of the pavements are broken. Only parts of it are lit up so you will need a torch at night and it’s not suitable for pushchairs/ wheelchairs etc. We also saw a snake twice whilst walking it! The only alternative to this is crossing a motorway which is obviously highly dangerous. I really hope management sort this out and at least make this walkway safer and more accessible as it was the main downfall of the hotel.
We have just returned from a lovely week at the Infinity resort - thank you. The staff were all friendly and work so hard to give you a good holiday experience. The surroundings are kept really clean and tidy and the dining experience was excellent.
Fir those who like to explore further into Tropea, the hotel can organise Francesco to drop you into town and pick you up for a small fee - worked really well for us.
One of the dinner guests behaved really badly towards one of the waiters this week raising his voice with little consideration for the other diners, but that was his bad manners and the staff dealt with the situation professionally. We certainly had no complaints at all.
We hope to return in the future.