Park Hotel Miramare

Via Comandante Maddalena 29
80070 Ischia / Napoli

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The Park Hotel Miramare was founded as a small pension with few rooms but an enormous amount of friendliness, hospitality, atmosphere and with a unique position on the peak of the sea. Today the Park Hotel Miramare still conserves the magic atmosphere and represents the heart of a wide thermal-hotel complex, which includes the thermal garden Aphrodite-Apollon, the Spa Terme Linda, the Casa del Sole and the Casa Apollon. A pleasant walk will give you the chance to explore, to appreciate and to get to know this oasis of peace and serenity. From the Park Hotel Miramare leads a small walkway along the peak of the sea to the Thermal Garden Aphrodite-Apollon. The 50 rooms with a wonderful sea view, balcony or terrace, air conditioning or ceiling fan, color TV with satellite, safety deposit box, minibar, hair-dryer and telephone assure you a perfect welcome to spend a holiday just the way you expected. On the terraces of the Park Hotel Miramare and the Thermal Gardens you can taste the typical sunny and genuine cuisine of the island. Amenities available to guests include a conference rooms for up to 150 persons, restaurant with a spectacular terrace overlooking the sea and a splendid view of the island of Capri, direct access to the sea with sun-chairs and parasols free of charge, partly private beach, and tennis court. The hotel accepts major credit cards.

The hotel is open from 8 Apr, 2006 unill 2 Nov, 2006.


VAT and breakfast are included in the rate.

  Weekday Weekend

The rates in USD change according to the EURO (€) rate of exchange.

Extra bed - 66,50 - 75EUR


The Park Hotel Miramare is situated in S.Angelo, one of the most captivating locations of the island of Ischia, direct on the seafront, few minutes away from the small port and the famous little square. Ischia, the biggest of the Parthenopean islands is located in front of the Northern side of the Gulf of Naples, about 10 kilometers away from the main land.

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