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We had a week at the beginning of July in the Grand Hotel Riviera. The hotel has been renovated in the last few years and is in excellent condition; the rooms were spotlessly clean, and the communal areas were decorated beautifully.
We had a family...More
Visited mid-June for a week. The room was spacious with sea view. Bed comfortable but creaky! Nice to have tea and coffee in the room but why no milk? Also, I looked for a room directory but found out the info could be seen on...More
Had a lovely week at the Grand Hotel Riviera , everyone is so friendly and helpful and the hotel is just over the road from the sea so amazing views. Only downside was the food but I have always enjoyed eating out and not a...More
When we arrived I thought I might not like the quietness of the area, but the hotel made up for everything. Such a modern boutique hotel with modern amenities. The rooms were spacious and modern. Entertainment on certain nights.
The food was plentiful and a...More
Had a lovely break of 5 days at this hotel
The hotel was spotlessly clean and newly refurbished
Our room was a superior room and had a balcony which had a great sea view 308
The food was nice but you did need to get...More
Response from Orientfan57 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we went on a package deal so transfers included. It is a long way from the airport and taxis are very expensive, so I would explore getting there by train. The nearest station is Gallipoli and I think you can get there... More
Hi, we went on a package deal so transfers included. It is a long way from the airport and taxis are very expensive, so I would explore getting there by train. The nearest station is Gallipoli and I think you can get there from Brindisi but you might have to get a taxi from the airport to the station and a taxi from Gallipoli. You could also look at any bus services that run to the Nardo area. It is doable but will take a while to get there.