• Standard Double

    Breakfast included

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:25 m2

  • Suite

    Breakfast included

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

  • Superior Double

    Breakfast included

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Desk, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:35 m2


The Albergo Terme La Reginella, is a discreet and sheltered hotel situated in one of the most elegant centres on the island, where unrivaled hospitality and atmosphere have been offered to personalities from the show business and the international jet set since the early 1950s when they began visiting Lacco Ameno. The pastel colours of the furnishings and the Neapolitan majolica tiles decorated by hand, combine to create an elegant, fresh and enjoyable ambience. The large garden, with its lush green subtropical plants, flowers and giant strelizias, is the setting for the outdoor pools, each at a different temperature, and also serves as the “entrance hall” to the indoor one. An Al Fresco restaurant, a bar and the tennis court are located along the walkways of this luxuriant garden.



Children and extra beds

  • Children under 2 years stay free of charge for children’s cots/cribs.
  • Children under 12 years pay 60% of the adult tariff.


  • Pets are allowed (small size)

Cancellation / Prepayment

All Seasons

  • from 7 to 3 days before arrival: 30% penalty charged
  • from 2 days before arrival to no show or earlier departure: 50% penalty charged

High Season

  • from 7 to 3 days before arrival: 50% nights penalty charged
  • from 2 days before arrival to no show or early departure: 100% penalty charged

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  • Air Conditioning
  • Fitness
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Indoor pool
  • Inner Park
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Sauna
  • SPA
  • WiFi


  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge

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The whole island of Ischia is an “open air” SPA. The overall good health and wellness on the island is due to the friendliness of its inhabitants, exquisite gastronomic specialities and above all it’s the miraculous waters. Splendid thermal water springs flow almost everywhere on the island. The tradition of thermal treatments goes back to the 1960s on Ischia, when tourists from all over the world, travelled on the island to enjoy the beneficial purifying energizing effects of these miraculous waters. Hot under soil vents emitting stream can be found almost everywhere on the island, especially on the southern side towards the beach of Maronti (fumarole) and in the area of Panza, a small hamlet in the town of Forio. Systematic wafts, blistering soil and sulphurous fumes are evidence of the tales of myths, of the activity of the hidden giant, not yet dormant. Until recently, in the area of the Fumarole, chicken and potatoes could be baked a meter deep in the hot sand and during the day it is possible to cuddle down into a pampering hot sand bath. The antique thermea Cavascura containing natural baths dug from the tuff rock and a natural steam sauna, is a little further along the beach. The whole gorge is a picturesque place with various naturally sculpted rocks, shaped by rain and wind creating an almost lunar landscape. The bay of Sorgeto in the area of Panza is an unforgettable experience at night, and you will feel as if being in a natural wide-screen open-air cinema offering an emotional evening beneath a roof of heavenly stars. This pleasant area, hidden in a small cove is reached by a very steep flight of steps which descend down the hillside to the sea below. This entrance is only suitable for the fit and healthy as the steps are very steep and rather long. Another easier access to this cove is by taxi boats from the harbour of Sant’Angelo. The cove is a magical place formed by stone cliffs and water offering the surprising discovery that the seawater is warm. A stratum of thermal water beneath the bay of Sorgeto mixing with the colder sea water above, allows for bathing even in the coldest months of the year. You can feel free to swim in the center of a natural swimming pool and maybe enjoy lunch at the bar in this small bay. Other than these natural phenomenons, there are also spas set in the local vegetation where pools and waterfalls have been carefully sculpted from the rock.

Sports & nature

From June to October the many beaches are popular with the islanders to meet friends and relax with refreshing sea breezes. The most famous beaches are Maronti, Citara, Cava, Mandra and San Pietro all easily found using a map and offering the usual Italian water sports. Windsurfing is quite popular in the area of Maronti, and kitesurfing is available in the area of Forio and Ischia Porto depending on the wind.. There are also different diving centres offering diving trips to view the stupendous depths of the island. In the village of Sant’ Angelo, the association Nemo offers snorkelling trips in a unique area of the bay which is rich in marine plant life and fish. All the sports mentioned are suitable for every age group. Sea trips by motor or sailboat around the island are available offering various excursions to suit all tastes. For the more expert, speed boats may also be rented to discover the hidden coves and bays only visible from the sea. We recommend caution in taking to the sea as in some areas of the island as the winds and current can be difficult for the inexperienced sailor.

Nightlife info

When night falls a magnitude of lights illuminate an Ischia for lovers.  During the sultry Summer, the cool night air descends upon those who want to party under the moonlight. The island lends itself to a night life suitable for any age group: singles, families, young and old. Regardless of the information supplied in this brochure, there are many small cafés, pubs and wine bars are scattered around the island, offering all types of island specialities. At the end of the day, at around 10.00 pm the streets are crowded with people looking for the best place to dine. In the hottest months dinner is served late on Ischia and many restaurants offer a wide range of aperitifs and digestifs to suit everyone.  Dinner is usually accompanied by live music or DJs depending on your restaurant selection. After dinner, you can choose from enjoying drinks at a bar or café to pass the rest of the evening or you can venture to promenade along the main shopping avenue, affectionately nicknamed “the baths” by the locals, likening it to swimming up and down the lengths of a pool. The many taverns cater to a more mature age group, while the younger generation are drawn to the nightspots, spending their Ischia nights dancing to the rhythm of contemporary number one hits. During the year many festivals are held on the various beaches of the island. Listed below are the more popular nightspots for both Ischians and tourists visiting the island year round. Nightspots and discos are stylish so dress suitably, as entrance is selective.

Culture and history info

[caption id="attachment_6101" align="alignnone" width="944"] (c) The New Art Gallery Walsall; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation[/caption] The paramount example of such a succession of invasions is evident in the stupendous Aragonese Castle (reconstructed by the Aragonese approx XIV century AD), which for centuries has been admired for its architecture which overlaps Moorish, Gothic and Baroque styles. In the aftermath of pirate incursions an auto-sufficient citadel developed within its walls, with a Bishop’s Seat and a convent for the care of souls. In the XIX century the Bourbons of Naples transformed the Castle into a prison and it became national property when the troops of Garibaldi, who travelled from Sicily to Rome and united Italy. It was only in the XX century that the stone bridge connected the fishing village to the Castle and it is thanks to this that nature walks can be taken to admire the battlements of the Castle. Tickets to visit the Castle may be purchased at the ticket office at the entrance to the Castle. A visit to the Castle is obligatory to better understand the history of the island from the Renaissance to present day. A visit to the Nun’s cemetery will also prove to be an unforgettable experience. Second to the Castle, holding first place in archaeological importance, the most antique artifact of the Magna Grecia is The Cup of Nestor. This vessel demonstrates that the most northern colony in the Tyrrhenian Sea, was actually Ischia, and in that period was called Pithekoussai. The origins of the name are not clear as it can be translated into ‘island of monkeys’ due to the intense volcanic activity and its peculiar population of monkeys.  Ischia is also called the ‘island of vessels’ due to the significant traces of Greek pottery or, according to some notable opinions, it was simply the vulgar form of the word sailors gave to the archipelago of Ischia, Capri and Procida. The Cup of Nestor (skyphos in Greek), is so called due to engraving on its borders which mentions such a name. It is on show in the Archaeological Museum of Santa Restituta in Lacco Ameno together with other various examples of objects of Greek origin found on the island dating back to the VIII century BC.

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