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Le Mandrelle Beach Resort

Ss 18 Località Marinella Olivo, 87032 Amantea Italy
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#2 of 10 hotels in Amantea
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Il Resort per le tue vacanze all’insegna del relax e della tranquillità Il Resort a 4 stelle sorge nel comune di Amantea, in uno dei tratti più belli della costa tirrenica della Calabria, immerso in un parco di 40 mila metri quadrati direttamente affacciati sul mare, gode di una posizione unica ed irripetibile e offre tramonti indimenticabili. All’Hotel centrale fanno da cornice le graziose camere con terrazza e giardino immerse in un verde curato nei minimi dettagli e ricco di essenze e piante dai profumi mediterranei. Il Resort è ideale per chi ama trascorrere le vacanze all’insegna della tranquillità, della qualità dei servizi, della buona cucina offerta dai prodotti del territorio e dalla maestria di Chef giovani e appassionati, in grado di coniugare modernità ed essenza della cucina Calabrese. È il luogo ideale per famiglie e coppie alla ricerca del sano Relax e del divertimento, in un contesto paesaggistico baciato dal mare limpido della Calabria.
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Ss 18 Località Marinella Olivo, 87032 Amantea Italy
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Lisa_M123 wrote a review Sep 2019
Nottingham, United Kingdom17 contributions11 helpful votes
Once you manage to find Trevi Village it's great. Bit tricky to locate so use a sat nav! Pier-Luigi on reception was wonderful and couldn't be more helpful! His English was superb which helped us with our limited Italian. Whenever he was on duty he was so attentive and a credit to the resort. Anna was also exceptional in helping us when I had an accident (my own fault and nothing to do with the resort!) By taking us personally to the hospital in Lamezia and staying with me and translating the whole time!! The food was great! The breakfast could do with a little variation but that said it was good. The evening meals were fabulous with loads of choice every evening and unlimited soft drinks, water and wine. Salvatore and Julia on the bar were so lovely!!!!! Nothing was too much trouble! The pool and pool area were really clean. All bathers had to wear a swimming cap before entering the pool which is a great idea. The beach was lovely and clean and well run. We didn't really watch the entertainment in the evening as it's not out thing but everyone seemed to be having a good time. The only negative was our room smelt slightly of damp (109) but was cleaned everyday and if you opened the window it was fine. All in all a fantastic break!! Will definitely return for a mini break, time allowed!!
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
rita130664 wrote a review Jun 2018
Avellino, Italy223 contributions135 helpful votes
my husband and i spent our first weekend in calabria in the resort that was half on it,s feet but we were looked after beautifully by all of the staff including the room attendants. the rooms are standard - ours was like a small appartment in a block of several similar rooms - nicely laid out and very quiet away from the hub bub of the main reception and restaurant. the room was spotlessly clean, comfortable and everything worked from the airconditioning to the fridge and the bathroom was stocked daily with free amenities. you could have breakfast or not at a modest price or included in your stay and it was fair for the money paid - the reception staff were well informed and polite and willing to help - the menue was good and very reasonable for dinner and it seems that all of the amenities and the facilities found in the resort and starting in the middle of june are very adequate for all needs from fitness to fun. the area leaves a little to be desired but the beach is beautiful and you are basically on the sand from the rooms , never more than 300 meters from the beach. we enjoyed our stay and will definitely return again as the management and the excellent value for money far outweigh the location that is near to local shops, bars restaurants and amenities. thank you for a very pleasant stay, we will bring the whole family next time who are waiting with anticipation to sample this excellent and relaxing future interlude. rita and gennaro avellino
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Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: a room that faces the sea is beautful and also the appartments that have mini gardens are beautiful
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Анна О wrote a review Jul 2017
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A good hotel, which of course is great for Italian families! Fun animation for children and parents. Special thanks to the chef for the excellent selection of vegetable snacks. The whole hotel staff is very nice. The very nice girl at the reception, who speaks English, helped me a lot. And of course great thanks to barmen Fabio and English speaking barmaid Claudia which didn't let me be bored!!
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Zbyszek2014 wrote a review Jun 2016
Edmonton, Canada2 contributions
We are not beach people for whom the Trevi Village is mainly a\designed. Still, it was an excellent base for exploring the inland Calabria. We have enjoyed the stay there very much. The breakfast was a nice touch but, please, get the real Italian coffee rather than its American poor imitation. The staff is excellent and very friendly, particularly the older gentleman in the reception. Please check the address you have provided to Booking.com. It says "Trevi Village 18 km." It probably should read "Trevi Village, Strada Statale 18, km 349.700", or something like this. The village is difficult to find because the address given suggests to look for it in Amantea which is several kilometers away. Fortunately, we phoned ahead but this option might be difficult for people without any knowledge of Italian. WiFi was reasonably good but available only in the common area (fine with us). Apart from this we have enjoyed our stay very much. Thank you for the hospitality.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Sea view rooms are nice and quiet. We were before the season started so it might not apply when...
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catherine8888 wrote a review Jul 2014
London, United Kingdom84 contributions47 helpful votes
Arrived, and the front desk guy was so slow and incompetent, as 2 people in our party of 5 were Italian it couldn't be blamed on the language barrier. Eventually got keys to our room and a severely under nourished gardner was beckoned to lug all 10 of our bags to the room. The room was small and basic, had a double and a single bed. The sheets were clean, but no one had cleaned the wardrobe or draws. Our room was ocean view, but it was more goldfish bowl as was situated next to the pool and kids liked to look in picking their noses, consequently we kept the curtains closed. There were 3 rooms booked in our party and one room was directly on the railway line, with frequent trains passing by reminiscent of the film 'My Cousin Vinney'....On a more serious note the shower in all three rooms went from freezing to scalding without touching the thermostat, which was painful, and very dangerous for small children. We did complain, but nothing happened. Breakfast was included and we had to be adorned with a wrist band for this gastronomic treat, hoards of greedy children with plates pilled high with well fingered cake and croissants greeted us. Coffee was from a machine, juice was squash I think. Thankfully the bar outside served real espresso so we were able to escape here away from the kids for 5 minutes. The pool was very beautiful until I kid you not a few hundred children swarmed it, I hardly saw any adults. The beach was pebbles and sand dark in colour as volcanic with only a few used condoms adorning it. To sit on the beach each room was assigned a bed, and these were arranged like sardines on a small area of the beach, oddly the rest of the beach was empty, but it was forbidden to move the bed. We ordered prosecco pre lunch and decided to have a second bottle, but were told they'd run out.... However the drinks were cheap. Lunch was worse than the NHS canteen, much worse. It was €20 a head and I think that the vinegar aka wine was limitless, but we could only tolerate a sip. Food was overcooked pasta, and fish in bread crumbs with potatoes & salad. Angel Fire (translated from Italian)the bar man was lovely as were most of the staff, but it is what I would imagine a very down market Butlins to be, bingo, never ending musical chairs, and screaming children. If after reading this review you are still planning to visit take a beach towel as they don't supply them. On a positive the Wifi was free and very good even on the beach.
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Date of stay: July 2014
ItalyCalabriaProvince of CosenzaAmantea
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Mandrelle Beach Resort
What are some of the property amenities at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Il Nuovo Vecchio Mulino, Il Pergolato Da Angelo, and Blob Pub Pizzeria.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and fitness classes during their stay.
Does Le Mandrelle Beach Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Le Mandrelle Beach Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Le Mandrelle Beach Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Amantea Vecchia (6.4 km).