i went to Apricena on a business trip and Tenuta Inagro was suggested by one of my friends. Hotel is very good, clean. Breakfast is Ok. Only wired internet connection is available. Restaurant was not open during my stay.
I am sorry I have to disagree with many reviews I read: It is not an agritourism, it is a normal hotel. The "green" where this place is located ,is confined outside two tall walls that delimited the perimeter, next to the hotel there are some warehouses/factories ... In front of the hotel there is only a big lawn with a scattered dech chairs and tables. The outdoor dining area is often “sealed” inside see-through plastic walls. The bar area could be nice if: there was someone actually there to serve you, if they expanded their limited selection of drinks,. It would also be very nice if they could buy newspapers other than “Il Corriere del mezzogiorno”. We took the stupid decision of having fish for dinner on Monday, big mistake I know! The answer was a selection of cold fish appetizers, two first courses and two second courses all made by frozen squid...in different sauces. The second mistake was asking for a late check out...they kindly told me there was no problem...and later charged me € 20...telling me that was a good price for a good customer. In general rooms are clean and new but have no outdoor furniture ... the outside private patio is a nice idea but only if you have something to sit on. Employees not extremely helpful. I used to be a regular customer as I travel to the area regularly for business but I won’t be staying here any longer! .…
We drove down some of the most primitive roads in Italy to find our hotel. We would have gotten there sooner if not for the farm machinery blocking us at every turn. However, when we got there we were quite surprised by the hotel. It is grand in most sense of the word. The grounds are large and well kept, the room was very nice. We even had our own courtyard surrounded by high hedges to give us complete privacy. The price was more than reasonable. The only problem we had was that, one night, there were not enough guests to warrant opening the restaurant. Not matter, they arranged a driver to take us into town and one of the best local places around. The old adage, eat where the locals eat is so true.
Here on a business trip. The hotel is nicely situated about 10-15 minutes away from the train station. Be impressed by the drive-in. Being off season, room occupancy is low but service is still good. Though no kettle or tea/coffee making facility in the room, they will oblige you with a cup in the lobby/dining area anytime. Excellent wifi and here's the best part - the dining experience. The food is done almost to perfection. They don't have an English menu so we just ordered what we like. And what came out of the kitchen was even better than expected. Truly a gastronomic experience for us.