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Top 10 Hotel Piccadilly Hotels

Top 10 Hotel Piccadilly Hotels

1




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Via Lamarmora 130, Nardo, Apulia, Italy
"Overlooking the Ionian Sea, Hotel Piccadilly is in the small fishing village of Santa Maria al Bagno in Salento. It offers air-conditioned rooms, a free Wi-Fi zone and a summer rooftop restaurant. Rooms at the Piccadilly Hotel have warm colour schemes and tiled floors. A TV, minibar and private bathroom come as standard. Breakfast is a sweet and savoury buffet and includes fresh pastries from a local baker's. The bar has sea views from its terrace and has a happy hour from 19:00. During summer, guests can admire the sea views from the restaurant on the roof garden. Here you can enjoy traditional Italian pizza and Salento specialities. The hotel is located between the popular seaside towns of Gallipoli and Porto Cesareo, 15 and 30 minutes' drive away respectively. The historic city of Lecce is 30 minutes away by car."
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2




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Viale Della Chiesa 15 - Loc. Baia Verde, Gallipoli, Apulia, Italy
"If you are looking for a place to stay close to the beach, this is it. The beaches are really close walking distance. Other than that, there is nothing else near by that is waking distance. It can get a little loud due to the club being near by. We checked in early and luckily they were able to accommodate us. The rooms were on the ground floor and they were clean. The shower water pressure was ok, but the AC works great though. There is not much space in the room, but it’s really just for sleeping and showering. Our bathroom did not have a window or vent, but our friend’s bathroom had a window. They have black out curtains in the room. Someone else mentioned every room having a balcony, we did not have a balcony. We did have two chairs outside our room. I’m not sure if it was due to the language barrier, but I was not given any information regarding the hotel except for parking, because I asked. We weren’t given The times for the restaurant, so we missed it twice. they do have a cafe bar so you can order cornetti and some drinks. The hotel ristorante is ok. Breakfast is the typical Italian cornetti type. They have cheese, ham and salami as well. If you miss lunch or dinner, good luck finding a place to eat that’s waking distance. Not sure if it’s due to current events, but most of the restaurants appear to be closed. We weren’t given check out time, but we left early anyways. Someone mentioned they were given passes for lidos, but we did not. The Hotel does offer parking, but it’s street parking. They give you a parking pass and you find parking around the hotel streets. Luckily we Found one and didn’t drive anywhere until we left. We took a taxi to Gallipoli town center which was 15 euros. The taxi driver said 5 euros for each person so not sure how legit that is. Nonetheless, it’s only a 7 mins ride and was worth it for us. I would recommend this hotel if your primary goal is to visit the beaches."
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3




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"Just 100 metres from the sandy beach, Hotel Villa Giovanna is located in Torre Suda. It features a garden, sun terrace and free Wi-Fi in all public areas. Each air-conditioned room comes with a flat-screen TV and a desk. The private bathroom is complete with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Guests can enjoy local cuisine from Puglia at the restaurant. A continental breakfast is offered daily and includes hot drinks, croissants and cold meats. Hotel Villa Giovanna is a 15-minute drive from Gallipoli, while Ugento is 14 km away."
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4




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Provinciale Noha - Collepasso, Cutrofiano, Apulia, Italy
"Our four days at this hotel was arranged by a travel agent in the US. The hotel is located not far from Lecce. Closest city of any size is Galatina, about four miles distant. The rooms were nicely appointed and large, although there were a few issues with them. The desk chair was not very comfortable, and there were no extra plugs for charging phones, laptop, etc. I asked at the desk, and they very nicely gave me an extra adapter and triple plug so that I could plug in my devices, which worked fine. The air conditioning did not work very consistently. The individual room unit, located by the window, did not appear to respond to the thermostat, and you had to pull the unit cover away from the wall to get at the internal controls, in order to get it to cool properly. Added to this problem, the window curtains went to the floor, and when closed (i.e., at night when you wanted the room dark), they blocked the air flow from the air conditioning unit. The bathroom was relatively large, with plenty of room for toiletries next to the sink. The tub and shower whirlpool bath was fine, but as is fairly typical today, had only a partial enclosure, so trying to make it work as a shower and not spray the floor with water was difficult. Bed was very comfortable. Lighting was a bit strange - no real way to concentrate light over just one part of the bed, but it was OK. Service people were really great -- very nice, helpful and generally spoke very good English, which was a big help when we were seeking recommendations for day trips, restaurants, etc. The other couple took advantage of the massage facilities, and said they were very good. Breakfast was a very large and good selection of items - the fresh fruit juice made to order was a particular treat. Overall, a fine hotel, and a great place from which to visit Galatina, Lecce, Gallipoli and other local cities and areas. The only real criticism involved the dinner we had at the hotel the first night we were there. Service was fine, but the food quality was only at the "acceptable" level, which was somewhat disappointing, given the high quality of food in the general area. Because we only had one meal (other than breakfast) at the hotel, it may not have been representative, and we may have hit a bad night."
"Hotel very kindly upgraded our room. It’s a lovely big building and grounds, easy to find, with very interesting art and design features throughout. As a holiday destination it certainly felt like good value for money, but round the back it is also a busy (and very attractive) wedding venue, so try and get a room that won’t be affected by party noise. Staff are very professional and helpful. Best features are the excellent beds, pillows, bright high ceilinged air conditioned rooms and most of all a very deep and large swimming pool that is secluded and a 2 minute walk from the hotel in very pleasant grounds with verdant flowers, fruit trees and constant racket from crickets. Biggest negative is the price for water, drinks and pool lunch; and the overall lack of local restaurants or places to easily wander to. Nevertheless, it’s also a 30 minute drive to either coast, so if you don’t mind the generally poor roads (and those using them), then it is ideally situated for exploring Otranto, Gallipoli etc. "
"From the start after a long drive from Bari we received a very warm welcome and a complementary room upgrade. From that moment on the staff could not have done any more to make our stay comfortable and enjoyable. The food was fantastic and the bar well stocked, if at any time there was a language issue with a staff member they would fetch someone instantly to make sure everything would be as intended. Could not recommend this hotel highly enough. It looked to be a fantastic venue for a large wedding but during the time we stayed we must have been one of only 4 couples staying there and felt like we had the place to our selves. We loved the decor and particularly the art around the hotel and with all the lovely flowers around the grounds the whole place had a beautiful smell as we were bathed in sunshine. Keen to return! Thank you Sangiorgio!"
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5




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Litoranea Sud Km 3, Gallipoli, Apulia, Italy
"I had a very clean and comfortable room with a spectacular view of the beach. I went with the half board option and was very happy I did, dinner choices were vast and varied nightly. Breakfast was great too with my enough morning espresso, fruits and other goodies to make lunch a non-requirement. The beach was absolutely beautiful, water crystal clear and the #1 best part of the stay. The staff was always friendly, helpful and accommodating. I have to admit that I am hesitant to add a positive review because I think this place is a hidden gem and I selfishly don’t want others to know how great it is. I am looking forward to going back again this next year."
"The best 4 star hotel I've stayed in. The hotel is spotlessly clean, the staff are excellent, the facilities are great and it's located on the most beautiful white sand breach with crystal clear water. We only stayed two nights but I would love to come back. While the rooms are more of a 4 star standard, the facilities at this hotel are much more akin to a 5 star - the staff are amazing."
"This is a great place to spend with your family. Very well maintained private beach, plenty of sun-beads and umbrellas, very nice staff. The hotel is so close to the beach, in a very quiet area. Special thanks to the ladies at the front desk. Very good food at the classy restaurant downstairs and the breakfast is really good and plenty to choose from."
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6




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Via Leuca,Loc. Sant'Isidoro, Sant'Isidoro, Apulia, Italy
"We arrived with car at night there was no help at all with the luggages with 3 small kids on board. We only found luggage trolleys at the entrance of the hotel which was absolutely not a 4 star hotel service... My husband had to go to the reception and asked for help to carry all the luggages up the stairs to our suite. It was a big enough suite for all of us with a small bedroom and a front room where all 3 single sofa beds were made for our 3 toddlers as well as a good size bathroom. All cleaned and well set up. Check-in was not professionally done. Nothing was explained to us, no hotel bracelets were given to us. Not even a warm greeting was received by us. This tells a lot for the service of the hotel! I knew we had to pay extra for the service on the beach but didn't know that the beach was so narrow and our front row beach umbrella with 2 sun beds were literally 1m from the water.... In the afternoons, our sun beds were in the water if we didn't move back a bit... If I knew it was like that I wouldn't pay 100 euro per week for it... Not mentioning the beach was so dirty full of cigarette buds and plastic rubbish... I complained once on Tuesday (we arrived on Sunday) nothing seemed to have changed at all during the week.... So we decided to go around to see different places instead. After a day outside the hotel for a visit in Lecce on Saturday, we returned to the beach on Sunday morning and we were so shocked that someone actually stole our kids' beach toys and the rest was scattered around the nearby areas of our umbrella.... I was furious... And immediately told the safeguard which was only 2 umbrellas away from ours that someone stole our toys and I was so tired of the dirty beach too! We came to relax with our 3 small kids and expected clean sand for them to play as well as stress free (not expecting anyone would ever touch the toys!!!). He ignored the fact that things were stolen and he claimed that he couldn't clean the beach with natural dead sea plants (by law)! But I said there were plenty of plastic rubbish among the dead plants! His response was so outrageous and showed such laziness... He then cleaned a couple of piles of dead sea plants with plastic and cigarette buds in front of me and that was it. Rubbish underneath our sun beds as well as the nearby umbrellas were remained as they were... We were really disappointed with the service we actually paid for 200 euros for 2 weeks...for a dirty and super crowded beach... We couldn't even stretch ourselves because we could have touched the other people's sun beds!!! The sea water at the beach was filthy too due to all the rubbish washed down from the beach... I did complain again but this time to the vice director. He said the stolen toys was up to the morality of the people! He was surprised that the beach was dirty because he talked to his stuff on the beach everyday making sure that everything was great and clean for the guests... To this point, we just gave up and didn't eve"
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7




4.5/5
Excellent
11 Reviews
Via Emanuele Filiberto N.172/174, Santa Maria al Bagno, Apulia, Italy
"ho soggiornato preso la vostra struttura giorni mi sono trovata veramente bene , posizione ottima, camera bella e spaziosa, pulitissima, colazione abbondante e ottima, personale gentile ed educato. che dire ?? il giorno della partenza è stato difficile andar via . grazie di cuore, a presto "
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8




3.8/5
10 Reviews
Litoranea Gallipoli-Leuca, Gallipoli, Apulia, Italy
"Just returned from a 10 day stay. Lovely hotel & very eco friendly with lots of recycle bins. Food excellent with plenty of choice. The hotel was on the beach which was fantastic. Shallow waters & miles of sand dunes, if you were feeling energetic you could walk along the shoreline to the town of Gallipolli. At a small charge there was a mini bus from the hotel to Gallipolli which is well worth a visit although this time of year lots of establishments had already closed for the season. If you want to get away from everything then this is for you. If you want to get around & see more of the surrounding area a car is a most. There are no shops nearby so if you want to purchase any extra food fruit of water you are obliged to use the hotel facilities. I personally prefer a local supermarket."
"Hotel itself is nicely located on a quiet beach area just 15 min drive from beautiful Gallipoli. It offers big pool and beach for its guests. I really liked breakfast being serve in the outdoor garden where you can smell a sea breeze. Room was small but cosy and comfy. Small balcony had a sea view. It was the only hotel in Puglia I found eco friendly that I as avoiding plastic and they have big point for it. Worst part is service . They are not nice not even helpful. And if you miss lunch don’t expect to get any food there . Despite the menu there is nothing to snack there between lunch and dinner buffet. I was not I high season so the money we paid of 60euro for a double room with breakfast per night was worth its price . "
"Eco friendly, right on the beach, friendly staff, and at the most beautiful location I have ever seen. I would definitely stay here again! And all at a great price! Wonderful breakfast and dinner as well."
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9




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
via Petrarca, Gallipoli, Apulia, Italy
"We’ve have just stayed here for a week and have been really nicely surprised as to how good it was. It was difficult to find reviews on line and the photos do not always do it justice, it’s a real haven with some rooms around a central court yard, others over the pool or at the front of the hotel. The hotel is very clean, modern and looks to be newly renovated. It’s position makes it really easy to walk into old Gallipoli town in about 25 minutes and then 10 minutes the other way out of the hotel are really nice beaches, with umbrella, chairs, snack bars etc (some free others 20 euros for two beds and umbrella)The beaches are sandy and the water shallow and warm. We had no trouble parking our car outside the hotel every day for free, it’s also at the end of the street which makes it quiet at night. Gallipoli old town has great restaurants, however we also ate twice in the hotel and the standard was very good for food and service. Breakfast also had a great selection of English and continental options. WiFi was fine no issue with connection. We found everyone at the hotel very helpful and warm, special thanks goes to Francesca and Leonard who really went the extra mile for us. This hotel is a great choice to relax and unwind and is also a great base to travel about the region as you’re quickly back on the main roads. We also thank the General Manager for her help in telling us about some great places to visit. We would definitely stay here again and can really recommend it. Kind regards Alan & Jean Noel"
"Whenever my family visit Puglia, we always stay in this beautiful hotel in Gallipoli. It has every facility you could wish for, large clean modern rooms, a superb spa and gym, two swimming pools, an excellent restaurant and bar and own shuttle bus in high season to their private beach. The staff are so friendly and nothing is too much trouble. it is a hidden gem in this area, and I would definetely recommend it."
"I stayed here last summer with a group of friends. The hotel is so cute and picturesque. Service was great, so were the aperol spritz’s. Loved the pool area, so secluded and pretty, also loved the tables and chairs in the courtyard made me feel like I was in a Fellini movie. You can walk into town from the hotel and is two minutes from the beach. Lovely helpful staff. Can’t wait to stay again soon"
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10




3.5/5
11 Reviews
Corso Roma, 219, Gallipoli, Apulia, Italy
"I didn't eat breakfast, the hotel is ok, the surrounding sanitation is okay, the floor needs to be high in order to see the good environment, there should be parking lots, after all, it is a tourist city"
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