Hotel Terme Rosaleo in Casamicciola Terme (Naples) - Italy

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Hotel Terme Rosaleo
Via Cumana N°, 18- Casamicciola Terme (Naples)
tel: 081994677 -
is located
near the sea
next to thermal bath

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.The Hotel Terme Rosaleo, a thermal hotel equipped with all modern cons, was once a prestigious Bourbon villa, the original architecture of which is almost entirely intact. The building is located in a splendid park, with age-old plants and an enchanting panoramic view of the Casamicciola Terme seafront.

Prices( No Booking Fees )

60 to 99 euros for day depending on the periods


Restaurant, bar,outdoor thermal pool with Jacuzzi and waterfall,solarium with deck chairs / beds and umbrellas,indoor thermal pool,small gym,Kneipp,sauna, large park,children playground,bowling,library for adults and children,stationary internet and wi-fi in the area hall.Spa and wellness inside the building

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Ischia relaxation and well-being
Casamicciola Terme (Naples)
Ischia starts again with a nice holiday at the Hotel Terme Rosaleo, where you can enjoy the large indoor and outdoor spaces in absolute relaxation and close to the sea, with the possibility of combining the beach holiday with the wellness holiday.
Expires on: 8 June 2021 ...   check for availability

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Distance from Hotel Terme Rosaleo to:

(Using public transportation)
Seaside: 2 minutes

The property offers accommodation for a minimum of 3 nights and it has 99 bed places

Attractions near Casamicciola Terme

The civic museum, the geophysical observatory on the hill known as Gran Sentinella, the Bellavista Public Gardens, the Church of Santa Maria Maddalena Penitente (where you can admire statues dating back to the 18th century), the Church of Santa Maria della Pietà, (which safeguards Andrea Vaccaio’s beautiful “Pietà”), etc.