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Hotel Lord Byron ★★★
Ubicación. Este hotel céntrico está situado en Forio d'Ischia, cerca de la Iglesia Soccorso y Cava dell'Isola Beach. Features.Hotel Lord Byron tiene un gimnasio, una piscina al aire libre y una piscina cubierta. Esta propiedad Forio d'Ischia dispone de un restaurante. Se sirve un desayuno de cortesía todas las mañanas. Entre los servicios adicionales incluyen una televisión en el vestíbulo y aire acondicionado en zonas comunes. Las habitaciones. Televisores están equipados con canales vía satélite. Las habitaciones cuentan con teléfonos. Los baños cuentan con duchas. Entre los servicios adicionales incluyen control de clima, aire acondicionado y escritorio.
Servicios del Hotel Lord Byron
Servicios del HotelRestaurante
Recreación y esparcimientoGimnasio
Condiciones de Compra del Hotel Lord Byron
Horario de entrada11:00 hs
Horario de salida11:00 hs
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- Puntuación general
- Muy bueno
- 6 comentarios
- Basado en los últimos 6 meses
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- Servicios 9.3
- Edificio 7.3
- Ubicación 7.6
- Limpieza 9
- Precio/calidad 8.4
Your opinion of this hotel will probably be different if you are travelling SOLO or travelling as a COUPLE (expectations will be different) so suggest couples look at couple reviews and singles at solo reviews. this hotel seems to be popular with a company specialising in Singles holidays. Previous reviews talk of staff and of room cleanliness etc. We could not fault the friendliness of all staff and the dedication to keeping the rooms clean and tidy. Get a superior room though. Overall, do not expect too much...this is a clean 3 star establishment. On the restaurant and food front, we did find the fare disappointing. there seemed to be a blandness and lack of imagination and choice, especially in the evenings. The quantities on offer were ample but some of the guests questioned the quality....but others woofed in down! Do not order the house wine in the restaurant; pay a little more for the "vino locale" which was good value. If you can book b and b (as opposed to half board) i would opt for that and eat out. we booked half board but decided to eat out on several occasions; the difference was VERY noticeable. The bar and snack service in the hotel was good and reasonably priced. You cannot rate a hotel without considering its situation. this hotel is set back from a main street that in itself is a typically busy thoroughfare. when walking out of the hotel watch out for the mopeds and cars.(wacky races and moped TT races spring to mind)...the local guide said the only rules of driving are that there are no rules!! and he isn't wrong. DO NOT be tempted to hire a car or especially a moped!! Most pictures of the hotel pool show the wonderful views of the hills behind..they are a really attractive feature. but the hotel is tucked away in a townscape, so look to both ends of the pool to see town life in the form of homes with large communication ariels and the usual washing lines, and expect to hear the normal sounds! The hotel is in Forio...Forio is VERY popular with mainland Italian and especially German holidaymakers. its a VERY bustling and busy working town. If you don't like busy and relish quiet do not go to Forio. If you do chose Forio research carefully; hotels to the north of the town look o.k. If you are booking with Thomas Cook, this is NOT an adults only hotel, as advertised in their brochure, Italian and / or german primary aged children were present as guests on 13 of our 14 days. Overall the holiday was an experience which we shall not repeat...Forio is very crowded and busy and can be expensive (buy with care)...the hotel is correctly rated, the staff are superb, the superior rooms are the preferred rooms (firm mattresses) and the restaurant food ample....eat out if you can and visit the local market just down the street
Bearing in mind this is a 3 star hotel we were unable to fault it. Staff very friendly and helpful, room sparklingly cleaned daily and food fine. Italians on holiday there were really chatty, even though we didn't speak much Italian and made us feel most welcome. Our only regret was that we were there for just a week and not two!
I stayed at the Lord Byron for a week at the end of July. The hotel was very welcoming and the service unendingly good with friendly staff who were keen to help. The rooms are varied, some of our party were happy with theirs while others were not, however, everyone agreed that their rooms were clean and functional even if they had single beds and no outside space. I thought the food was very good as long as you are keen to try real Italian food and do not expect Italian food with an English slant. My trip with Solitair was seriously marred by being 'bumped' from the flight out and going via Glasgow which meant that the first day was ruined and exhausting, other travellers beware. The pool area is reasonably sized with plenty of sunbeds that are, in the main, not reserved all day! There is also a choice of spa treatments. The hotel is well placed for the town and also about 10 - 15 walk to the beach which is sandy and well organised. The swimming seemed extremely safe and I don't think I heard any other British people on the beach - just Italians. I would certainly recommend this hotel to those who expect something typically Italian and are not looking for bland multinational chains. I would also return to Ischia as there is lots to do and see.
Lovely hotel and very helpful staff, clean and well presented rooms. Food lacked imagination especially as there was very little choice (3 items for each course) and if you are there for 2 weeks expect some repetition. We went with Thomas Cook who advertised the hotel as Adult Exclusive with the hotel not taking bookings for children under 16. This was far from the truth as the whole time we were there children were staying in the room next to us and there were children in the pool area every day, maybe only Italian children are welcome.
Lovely hotel and great staff. I was travelling alone but this is the first single room with a single bed I have had but everything was fine. I had a first floor room with a small balcony and everything I needed. There was no hairdryer in the bathroom but reception lent me one. Everyone was very welcoming and helpful. Thanks to Helen and Den for your company, really enjoyed Ischia and shall be returning as didn't see all the places I wanted to see.
We stayed in a superior room which was a little bungalow set in the garden, near to the pool but very quiet after the Italian poolside chatter had subsided. It was very spacious and kept immaculately clean by the lovely Mina. We feel management should be making more of her talents, particularly as she has picked up good English. Guido at reception was a real star too and always willing to help. The quality of the linen (towels changed every day) was better than at some five star hotels. The only negative thing I can say about the Lord Byron is the lack of imagination in what was on offer for breakfast - it was exactly the same every day of our ten day stay, even down to the flavour of the yogurt on offer. We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis and were glad we did as other guests were less than impressed with the menu at dinner - again no imagination. The bar area was very nice too. To sum up, this is what you would expect of a three star Italian hotel.
This is a quaint little 30 room hotel which is close to all amenities and walking distance to harbour. The staff are very friendly and efficient, in particular, Francesco, Pepe and Nicoletta who all go out of their way to ensure you have a great holiday. The rooms are basic but very clean but it is a bit of pot luck if you go with Solitair on the rooms, for example 50,51 and 52 are on the lower level and have a no view at all, better to be in the annexe where you have a balcony or patio. The food is very mediteranean and the are 2 speciality nights, rabbit and seafood but Pepe will get you somethng else if you wish. It is plentiful, fresh vegetables, salads, pasta, fish and meat, fruit or dessert to finish. The spa is quite kitsch but does it's job and there are plenty of sunbeds. Overall if you are looking for a real Italian experience in a small, friendly hotel this is for you.
The staff are generally very nice (especially the Bar & restaurant staff) The spa is small - couldn't use the outdoor pool as it was too chilly- so only used spa once- tub was a bit tatty The beauty centre is also small - the girl I saw was fine but not the best massage or facial i've ever had and she over tweexed my eyebrows Wi Fi is expensive - you get 15 mins a day free but it's slow so can't get much done- 5 Euros for up to 4 hours and 10 Euros for up to 10 hours - so i mainly used my Blackberry allowance which was cheaper- one day it was windy so i managed 1 page on the notebook off their WiFi in 15 minutes & the reception guy wasn't very helpful & said yes it's slow but didn't offer me any extra Don't bother to take any extras reading material- excellent quality & quantity of books available in the library & lounge Food was plentifuyl - not exceptional but some very tasty soups & pasta dishes- all very filling with 3 course meals at lunch & dinner if you are on full board- they didn't quite get teh dietary issues regarding one vegetarian & 1 coeiliacs- ham in the veggie pie! Fresh fruit with orange & lemon orchard in the annex garden
My first Holiday with solitair and first as a solo traveller to this fantastic hotel on a beautiful Island . My room (50) was in the main hotel and next to the restaurant but this didn't disturb at all it was large with loads of storage the bathroom was huge with plenty of light and I had a a small patio area with a table and 2 chairs. My mattress was very lumpy and I had a poor few nights sleep but once I had informed the reception staff that I wasn't happy with it they changed it for me the very next day .The food was plentiful and the staff very helpful in explaining what was in each dish and as a vegetarian they made me something different for the rabbit and fish nights. Ischia has excellent white wine at reasonable prices . We were half board and the hotel was very flexible in that we could have lunch instead of dinner if we wished or they would make up a packed lunch they even provided croissants and coffee at 5am on our trip to pompei and departure day. The pool area was good with loads of sun loungers and chairs and the thermal pool and spa or beauty treatments an added bonus and I had a massage it was bliss . The view of the mountain was breathtaking . The bar area was very pleasant of an evening and some nights we had a talented young lady playing the piano . Nibbles and canapés on the tables to enjoy with your pre dinner drinks . The hotel is in an excellent position close to town , bus stops and the port all in walking distance .What more can I say except that I would like to return next year .
The hotel is fantastic - clean and the staff are very helpful. The swimming pool and beauty area is also very clean and pretty. However the resort is very hilly so beware if you have any walking difficulties. The choice of food in the restaurant is quite limited and on 2 nights there is no choice - they have a theme night twice a week and one night they serve rabbit dishes and the othere is seafood and they do not offer a choice. Pepe the head waiter works hard but can be a bit brusque
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