Castello Chiola Hotel

Address: Via Degli Aquino 12, Loreto Aprutino, Abruzzo, 65014, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Degli Aquino 12, Loreto Aprutino, is near Santa Maria in Piano, San Pietro Apostolo., and San Pellegrino.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCastello Chiola Hotel Loreto Aprutino

      Reviewed by wayfarout

      Huge comfortable room with great view

      Reviewed Sep 26, 2011
      by (15 reviews) Lafayette , Panama Flag of Panama

      We had a room on the 3rd floor that was huge. The view over the tile roofed town was fabulous. We had a great night sleep. The only problem we found, was there was no sign once we got to the small village to indicate where the castle was, so we went down the wrong road and ended up down an alley that was so narrow it scraped the side of the car.....now, we laugh, but it was very difficult to back out. Of course, the hotel is right at the entrance of the town, but we didn't see it????

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Castello Chiola Hotel Loreto Aprutino

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