The San Montano has an unbeatable location in Ischia with some of the best views on the island. The high standard of service and numerous facilities contribute towards a great stay.
Miramare Sea Resort & Spa
Located in the former fishing village of Sant’Angelo is the Miramare Sea Resort & Spa. Positioned at the far end of the traffic free village and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the hotel is a great base to relax and enjoy the range of facilities that are shared with its sister property, the Apollon Club. There is the Maronti beach club bathing area, a large thermal spa with eight pools of varying water temperatures and Active Bay wellness centre where you can book yoga classes, pilates and other activities.
The resort has two restaurants, both overlooking the sea; Il Mare is located in the hotel where you will be served breakfast in the morning and where you can have more formal evening meals, and Apollon, located at the thermal park for more casual dining.
Decorated in typical Mediterranean style, each of the 45 rooms have sea views which can be enjoyed through the large windows that make the most of the natural light. Rooms are stylishly furnished to a high standard with brightly painted ceramic tile flooring and whitewashed walls, and are equipped with all modern amenities.
Please note that there is a local city tax that will need to be paid directly to your hotel for any stay in Ischia. This tax is subject to change but is usually around 2 to 4 euros per person, per night and will need to be paid on your departure.
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Rooms are decorated in the traditional Mediterranean style of southern Italy with a modern design twist. The neutral tones of the walls and furniture are offset by brightly patterned painted ceramic tiles and large windows that make the most of the sea views. All are equipped with air-conditioning, TVs and Wi-Fi.
Located in the small, traffic-free town of Sant’Angelo the property is a five to six minute walk from the main piazza where there are local fish restaurants and about a ten minute walk from the main street where you can find an assortment of boutique shops and a wider selection of restaurants.
Food and drink
The hotel restaurant Il Mare, offers Italian dishes with a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients. You can choose to sit inside or outside on the terrace where you can enjoy the sea views. The second restaurant, Apollon, is located at the thermal park and offers more casual dining and tasty pizzas.
Facilities and activities
The highlight of this hotel is the huge thermal spa Apollon Aphrodite, boasting eight thermal pools of varying temperatures and a large seawater pool surrounded by comfy loungers. There is also a private beach area at both Apollon Aphrodite and at the hotel itself. In addition to this there is a spa which offers various beauty treatments and Active Bay wellness centre where you can book different activities each day including yoga and pilates.
We chose the Miramare Sea Resort & Spa for its peaceful, relaxing location and modern, stylish rooms and common areas.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Hike into Ischia’s interior for sweeping coastal views and a taste of traditional life on the island. Along the way, you’ll learn about local history and culture, share a meal on a family-run farm, and get a deeper insight into island life.