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Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

Awesome and helpful stuff, clean rooms and surroudings.
Meal was delicious. Drinks (coffee, juice, water) are included in the price only on breakfast.
There are two pools, one of them thermal. They clean the pool daily. You have to wear swimming cap - you can buy it on reception for 2.5€.

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
2  Thank Eliška P
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Hotel La Scogli... S, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hotel La Scogliera, responded to this reviewResponded 27 April 2018

Dear Eliška P.,

thank you for reviewing our hotel on TripAdvisor.

We will be happy to welcome you again in the near future for your next fabulous stay.

Best regards
Hotel La Scogliera Staff

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Reviewed 19 July 2014

We got shocked from the huge offers of hotels residences ecc.ecc.available in Ischia.Well we spent almost 2 days to find a place and we had the good luck to book in this hotel where the combination of all what you need in ischia is there.Location was great just out of the main town FORIO at 15 min walking and in the middle of two nice beaches fully equipped.FOOD in the hotel was amazing.And the atmoshere that you got in the hotel is a great mix of charme elegance with details, of a luxery hotel and the cordiality of the owners and staff make you feel like you are at home..we wery really VERY LUCKY

Date of stay: July 2014
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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6  Thank Alfredo C
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Reviewed 23 July 2011

this hotel asks five star prices for pension service and amenities. the pool is tiny and bathing caps are obligtory and there are not enough chairs and sun beds around it. the rest of the clients has to sit on roof that is dubbed 'solarium' and where the waiter never comes to take orders. the rooms have shabby furniture and the smallest shower and tv ever which has 7 channels. no internet in the room. it does not have a private beach but a platform on the sea for which you have to pay extra. food is very average, served inside in a restaurant that looks as if it has not been renovated since the seventies.

Date of stay: July 2011
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10  Thank andybelgium
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Reviewed 2 June 2010

Nice and clean hotel with a beautiful sea view, friendly staff.
Our room was roomy and clean with comfortable beds and old-style furniture.
Lovely swimming pool area outside.
Since we travelled with a 3 months old baby, we chose the half board formula, but after two days we were compelled to have dinner in other restaurants. Perhaps, the presence of numerous Northern European guests in this hotel induced the chef to adapt the typical and delicious Campanian recipes to the taste of them. It looked like we were having dinner in an ordinary Italian restaurant in Germany!
Breakfast buffet was minimal for a four star hotel.
The neighbourhood was derelict, and the presence of some street vendors of knock-off goods just outside of the main entrance of the hotel contributed to give a poor image of the hotel's surroundings.

Date of stay: May 2010
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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2  Thank NicolMor
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Reviewed 6 September 2008

We stayed in this hotel for a week and enjoyed it despite a few niggles. The hotel is small, clean and well furbished. Each room is decorated differently which I found to be a nice touch.

The room we stayed in was on the left side of the hotel as you face the building. We had a small balcony with a side sea view. The balcony overlooked a back garden to a local family home and a summer kitchen to a holiday rental home, rented out to large families. My husband and I enjoyed observing the local life but not all residents enjoyed the noise that family life generated late into the evening on a number of occasions.

The hotel has different terraces on each level which provide some amazing views of the sun setting on the sea in the evening.

The pool area is clean and surrounded by flowering shrubs. There is a covered seating area where you can escape the sun and a pool bar. The deck chairs around the pool are free but you must hire the sun beds. (They are not cheap) The spa is fantastic, the warm mineral water is really enjoyable. Remember to wear your bathing cap when in any pool. You can purchase them at the bar for two Euros.
Under the pool is an indoor pool at a warmer temperature. There is also another terrace for sunbathing with sea views. I found the pool area lovely.

There is a bathing platform above the sea. If you wish to sunbathe there you must book at least the day before and it costs around twenty Euros. A waiter will take orders from your lounger and bring them to you! If you are in the mood for luxury it seemed great. If you simply want to swim you are allowed to go in there.

The hotel’s restaurant is clean and light. The room is air conditioned but if you end up in the top corner it gets rather hot. Normally you will get at able to your party however, my husband and I were placed with another couple throughout our stay. We seemed to be the only people sharing.

The food was delicious, we particularly enjoyed the cold buffet starter offered on some evenings where you could help yourself to a range of interesting dishes before your main courses were served to the table by the waiter. I would recommend the fish dishes. There is a gala meal, which is candlelit, once a week. This is a very nice experience but be prepared to wait even longer than usual for your food. In Italy dinner is not rushed but at times the hotel took it to an extreme! (Be prepared to spend two hours)

The hotel is located on the promenade right by the sea. To reach Forrio you have a fifteen to twenty minute walk, normally no issue but in the heat it can feel a long way! There are plenty of bars and restaurants along the way. Forrio itself is pleasant and really comes to life in the evening. There are even some small fairground rides for children.

If you follow the road in the opposite direction you will reach Franceso Beach, which is quite small and busy but stunning and it has more bars and restaurants. If you feel energetic go right up the hill and follow the sign for La Mortella Gardens. The gardens are set into the hill and are stunning. In the eveings there are classical music concerts there too.

Local transport is cheap and frequent it is also packed and boiling! It is the easiest way to travel but for comfort I think it would be worth hiring a car to see the island.

Date of stay: July 2008
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Ladyopheliastar
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