Hotel Il Grottone

Corso V. Emanuele II, 2, Itri, Lazio, 04020, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jackieyanker


... Single person chairlift. Justin was a little hesitant but really enjoyed it. Then he showed us different scenic views and took us to a place for lunch. After lunch he took us to the grotto but the tide was in and we couldn't see much. The day was amazing. Getting back to Formia was challenging. We missed the 4:30 ferry. The 5:30 ferry was sold out so we had to wait on the 6:30 ...

Travelling to Naples

A travel blog entry by mardi2013


... before my flight. Ciao. Just into bed at 12.47AM dinner was fun there was Ronnie and American who is living in Naples and working for the hotel, Sam and her brother (Brisbane), Holly and Jena(?) (from Canada) and Adam (from Minnesota). Dinner was yummy; I had a spaghetti with tomato sauce, cheese balls with bacon (they were really good) and then they bought out big bowls of fruit for dessert; ours looked like a toilet it was hilarious and completely random. We also got ushered out ...

One clear day

A travel blog entry by pat_melinda


We always loved the view from our apartment. The view from our dining room and terrace are spectacular or so we thought. It was our first trip to Italy in November and the weather can be changeable. Some days sunny, some rainy, one day the clouds were low but the view at sea level was for the first time clear. We could see details and islands we had only seen before on maps. After studying the horizon ...


A travel blog entry by kiri.geoff


... During the fighting both the town and Abbey were desecrated and many lives lost including 343 New Zealanders and many Aussies, Canadians, American, British and Indian troops. We visited the war cemetery and saw our mens' graves which was a very moving experience, especially with Monte Cassino looming high on the hill above. We also visited the Polish cemetery and the actual Abbey which has been completely rebuilt to its former glory. The hotel we stayed in was in the town at ...

Monte Cassino

A travel blog entry by dseals


... was the site of the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944, where the building was destroyed by Allied bombing and rebuilt after the war. The site has been visited many times by the Popes and other senior clergy, including a visit by Pope Benedict XVI in May 2009. The monastery is one of the few remaining territorial abbeys within the Catholic Church. Until his resignation was accepted by Pope Francis on June 12, 2013, the Territorial Abbot of Monte Cassino was ...


This hotel, located on Corso V. Emanuele II, 2, Itri, is near Redentore and Minturno.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Il Grottone Itri

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good