Just come back from this hotel. Staff especially cleaners are doing a brilliant job considering the state of the hotel itself which in relation to health and safety is pretty bad. I went with my daughter and her family which included a year old toddler and three and a half year old. Firstly the whole hotel needs modernizing but more importantly general repairs need to be sorted out. For example when I arrived the reading lights above my bed were not working and not sorted out till the day before I left. On waking up one morning I looked up and saw that the lamp below the air conditioning fan was spinning around only marginally attached to the whole contraption. I asked for it to be sorted out and it wasn't done till the following day so I had to sleep without the air conditioning and worried that the light might fall off anyway, I slept on the other side of the double bed. There was also a wonky shower which was taken away for repair and replaced but there was still a big gap. My daughter and her partner were supposed to be in a 'family room' which was the same size, if not slightly narrower than mine, a real squeeze. One of the reading lamps in their room was taped up with something so I imagine underneath were bare wires.The family 'play area' consisted of a concreted area outside with one slide, partly broken and a little play house, that was it! There was a good sized tennis court, the only place which was soft underfoot for the kids to play when the weather was not so good. Pity about all the olive pips that my grandson kept trying to put in his mouth. Several times he walked into glass doors and banged his little head and when we mentioned this to the receptionist re stickers she just said that people take them off! On walking up to my room one day I noticed that several of the stair carpet fixtures were broken so anyone could have slipped and fallen. I lived in Italy for many years and I know how laid back Italians can be but it is such a pity as this hotel could be great and really is a bad reflection for this region which is on the up and I know how proud and fastidious Italians usually are about their businesses. The food was a bit hit and miss, great meat and some pasta but the breakfast was awful, dry croissants, biscuits etc and coffee out of a machine. There were no trays to carry food from the buffet area which was odd as you had to keep going back again. One morning we could no longer stand the breakfasts and went up into Peschici to get some real pastries. I have to say that although the place looks like something out of the fifties the cleaners kept our bathrooms spotless. Despite these problems we did enjoy our holiday but it was a constant battle trying to stop my grandson hurting himself.
Region: Italy > Puglia > Province of Foggia > Peschici
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
#1 Luxury Hotel in Peschici
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Peschici
#7 Family Hotel in Peschici
Price Range: ₹ 2,772 - ₹ 32,882 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Park Hotel Valle Clavia 4*
Number of rooms: 94
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- Also Known As:
- Park Hotel Castellaneta