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Residenza Sveva

Piazza Duomo 11, 86039 Termoli Italy
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#1 of 10 hotels in Termoli
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Residenza Sveva represents a widespread hotel – quaint, nestled in the historical centre, with its rooms and services displaced in surroundings. Diffuse hotels address the demand of those interested in staying in areas of cultural importance, in contact with local residents, but also interested in the highest quality of traditional hotel services.Residenza Sveva is homage to Sveva dynasty, with its greatest splendor in 13th century. Let yourself be immersed in magic, timeless town of Termoli with souroundings of Frederick II of Sveva fortifications and charming Castle, the symbol and icon of the town.
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Free public parking nearby
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Express check-in / check-out
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Ocean view
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Italian
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ForeignObserver2 wrote a review Apr 2019
362 contributions187 helpful votes
Residenza Sveva is a nice boutique hotel in the center of old own Termoli but the downside is that is located in a so called ZTL (Zona Trafffico Limitado) that does not allow non-resident car traffic with very limited exceptions. From May through September one can only enter with a car for a maximum of 15 minutes for a two hour stretch in the morning (to pick up luggage) and two hours in the afternoon (to drop off luggage). Even then you cannot drive to the hotel reception as it is located in the central square of old town that is off limits for all non-residential travel at all times. None of that is disclosed when you make a reservation. So you will have to schlep your luggage manually from the drop-off point to the reception. But the building where the reception is is not where you will necessarily stay. The hotels maintains five buildings that are spread around old town and you will not know in which one until you check in. We were located across the main square in a side alley which meant dragging the luggage once more. If you enter the ZTL with a car without permission you will be automatically slapped with a severe fine. We visited the hotel in April and so we first parked our rental at the port, about half a mile away. That in itself has very limited free parking. Upon checking in we learned that we could bring the luggage to the drop-off point and were given a yellow permission card to park inside the ZTL if we could find an empty space within the white lined parking spaces (of which there are only 15 in town). They also had to register our license plate with the police in a computer system. We lucked out but it is just best not to bring a car. The room itself was very nice but it was located upstairs with no elevator. So, clearly, this hotel is not for people with limited mobility. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful once we got there. Breakfast was included but it consisted almost exclusively of sweet items that Italians favor in the morning. Given that most traffic is banned the environment is pretty quiet. Overall a nice place if you come on foot with very light luggage.
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Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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LaTigreLuxuryTravel wrote a review Apr 2019
Calgary, Canada18 contributions20 helpful votes
I stayed 2 nights at this location and the place was great! The room was decorated in Italian style boutique fittings. Room came with tea and coffee, bathroom had soap shampoo and shower cap, towels were nice and fluffy, bed was comfortable (not too soft) and the location was right in the centre! I loved walking around the area and the people are so unbelievably friendly. This hotel + another one is two families working together to promote tourism in their town. There is a restaurant as well. The rooms are scattered around the "borgo antico" and if you like you can have a light breakfast and coffee in the check in area. The restaurant was AMAZING. There's also a gelateria in the piazza that is worth a visit! I love undiscovered places and you can really get a feel for the culture and history without the abundance of hawaiian shirt wearing, camera carrying tourists. highly recommend a visit while it's still calm!
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Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: if you get a room upstairs you get a big terrace and there's a gate you can lock at night to...
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Bob B wrote a review Oct 2018
San Clemente, California150 contributions57 helpful votes
This quaint little gem is located in the center of the old village next to the church. Comfortable, accommodating, good service highlight this property. We were with a group of 15 on an epicurean tour and this spot was our base of operations for a week. Not too expensive, well maintained and in the midst of the action. Good choice.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask Leo for one of the two rooms about the hotel office. Big shared patio overlooking the square.
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Car0v wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom51 contributions34 helpful votes
Set in the old quarter it is a quirky hotel set in a range of historic buildings. When we were first shown our room we thought it was the lobby of another part of the hotel it was so huge. The room was quite extraordinary: high ceiling, mezzanine style sleeping area with two bathrooms and a small kitchenette. We loved the blue tiles on the floor and ancient pots set into the floor covered by a glass sheet made an interesting detail. There was a beautiful view of the beach from the window and both port (for ferries to the Tremiti Islands) and beach were easily accessible. Be aware that the usual travel plugs from UK won't fit the sockets but the reception can provide an additional fitting that will resolve the problem. Breakfast is adequate but not too varied.
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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lizm54 wrote a review Sep 2018
Loughborough, United Kingdom185 contributions84 helpful votes
My husband and I were staying in Termoli for a wedding and we wanted to stay somewhere a little more unique than a normal tourist hotel - we have found that Italian star rating is always a little over enthusiastic! Residenza Sveva was high up in the listings and so we booked. It is in the old town - driving through the old walls - what we had not been told was that entry into the town is restricted to certain times AND you have to have a permit. As it is a maze of little streets it was quite difficult to find the hotel and you cannot park outside of it - this resulted in us abandoning the car and walking only to be told that we had probably been caught on camera and could fined for stopping. When I got to reception and asked about parking they suggested taking the car down to the old port area to park - we were there for tthree nights/ four days so it was a little difficult as parking is limited and paid by the hour. I finally found a really nice man who allowed us to park in the carpark dedicated to ferry passengers going to a nearby island. I do wish we had been made aware of this as it did add to the stress of driving in Italy. On going to reception we were surprised to find that our room was not actually in that building but we were led through more streets to another building/ house which just had three rooms off a staircase and one of these was ours. It was tiny but very clean with a very small bathroom. This was not really a problem as we didn't plan to spend any time there but if you are expecting room service or any sort of service forget it as the reception closed anyway at 9.00. The plus about the room was the view which looked out right along the beach. For Breakfast we had to walk back through the streets to the hotel reception. It was just a basic continental breakfast but with superb coffee and wonderful pastries. Not exactly what I had expected but a real experience.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Residenza Sveva
Which popular attractions are close to Residenza Sveva?
Nearby attractions include Borgo Medievale di Termoli (0.2 km), Cattedrale di Termoli (0.03 km), and Castello Svevo di Termoli (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Residenza Sveva?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and breakfast buffet.
Which room amenities are available at Residenza Sveva?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Residenza Sveva?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Residenza Sveva?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Residenza Sveva?
Conveniently located restaurants include Don Giovanni, Yo-Go, and IL PORTO.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Residenza Sveva?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Residenza Sveva?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Torre di Petacciato (10.2 km), Chiesa di San Rocco (11.4 km), and Chiesa di Santa Maria di Petacciato (11.4 km).
Does Residenza Sveva have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.