Best Western Hotel Plaza4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Lovely helpful and friendly staff. English spoken throughout. Very accommodating as I have been visiting the hotel every other week for 10 months! They do their very best to make you feel at home. Breakfast could be a little improved on. The restaurant is not in the hotel but a gentle stroll across the piazza will take you it. Great central location and private and secure car park, free of charge. The hotel is situated 5 mns walk from Pescara centrale train station, and 5 minutes walk from the beach. Shopping is great, there is a plethora of restaurants and bars.
10/7/2017 We arrived around noon at this hotel and the man at the desk spoke perfect American English with just s slight Italian accent. The woman at the front desk also was very gentile and helpful with our room accommodations. You could not ask for nicer people and better service than we received at the Hotel Best Western Plaza. The room was spacious and super clean. The maid service was excellent. Everyday our room was cleaned and we were provided with clean linens and towels. The bathroom was spacious and the tub/shower was a bonus. We had plenty of hot water and the view from our room was great! I would highly recommend this hotel to my friends and family.
We had an exasperating time finding the hotel, knowing we were very close but unable to work out how to gain access by car due to the apparent blockage by concrete bollards of the pedestrianised area leading to the hotel. However, once we finally found the hotel and been directed to the secure parking, we were pleased with the hotel's very central location, with the shops, restaurants and beach all within proximity. The hotel room was rather disappointing, in our opinion feeling more like a budget motel than a hotel, and the bed was THE hardest we have ever slept in. The fact that we were exhausted helped us to sleep but, despite my preference for a firm mattress, this particular bed was not comfortable. The rooms were clean, which was the most important thing and for which we were grateful. The floors were ?laminate rather than carpet* , which added to the overall cheap and dated feeling of the room. Breakfast was good, served in a light and airy room, and the staff were welcoming and friendly. We stayed in Pescara for only one night due to a last minute change to our holiday plans, but were relieved that this was the case. Though there is a lively centre with a good selection of decent shops, restaurants/cafes and the beach is nearby, we were horrified by the dirtiness of the area's pavements from dog excrement. Instead of enjoying our walk and looking around, our eyes were diverted to the pavements in order to avoid treading in anything unpleasant. It is a great shame that the dog fouling problem is not rigorously controlled as the town could be very nice. * we also wondered whether the flooring choice at the hotel room was purely coincidence or was to ensure easy cleaning, given our experience of the town. The beach road was extremely popular, to put it mildly, with not a single space at any of our attempts to park throughout the day. This is not a criticism per se, just an observation that this would not be a place we would choose to revisit due to its mass appeal and being so overcrowded. Road signage was appalling throughout the town, and we were grateful to have a satnav as even the airport was hard to find without it! Not somewhere we would choose to return to.
There are some nice features of this hotel. The breakfast was good, the room was adequate, and the place was clean. Also, the staff was friendly. No complaints but this does not pretend to be a luxury hotel. Walking distance to the beach.
Since we were arriving by train from Rome after an overnight flight, this hotel close to the train station was a no-brainer. We wheeled our luggage a short distance from the train station and arrived at this wonderful hotel. Nothing fancy, but convenient, clean, nice welcome from the front desk staff and a good included breakfast. We stayed here our first and last night in Abruzzo. The location is close to shopping and restaurants as well as the train and bus stations. A short walk to the beach.
I have stayed here twice it's a nice hotel and perfect location for being in centre of the town. There is a free coffee shop with light snacks and coffee have as much as you like it's the ideal place for doing paper work or answering g your e mails. There is. No food available but there is plant of places around to eat. There is a very nice old church next door as seen in picture.
The Temperature in the room was over 26 degrees and no AC was working. I talked with the staff at the reception and they couldn't turned the AC on before next week. The bed is also worn that it feels like you sleeping in a hammock. So the stay here was not a god stay,
A hotel next to the train station, ok standards of the rooms and a good price. A bit noisy from the outside though. The hotel has no bar! And no restaurant! The breakfast is typical Italian. Great service!
Hotel is located in the old city centre near the main train station in front of the small park. With 2 min walk you are in the main shopping street and near all this small restaurants and bars where you can get some good Abruzzo wine. Staff at the reception is nice and prepared to help you. We were looking for some bike to rent but in the hotel were not available. So we rent bikes in the city, we payed 5€ for 2 hours. Furniture in the room is average. In the room are available coffee and tea for free and also equipment for ironing. WIFI is working but I had some problems with connections. I was in the room in the middle so I heard everything (showering, talking, TV). Bad was comfortable. Breakfast were little too poor. There were yogurt, muesli, two types of chees, and two types of salami, bread, crumbled eggs and sausages and for dessert there was a pie and croissants. If you want to drink cafe you have to order. There was also water and some juices which were not natural. What was a little bit inappropriate for a 4 starts hotel was that for water and juices were a few glasses from glass and other were PLASTIC glasses and second was that you have to ask waitress to bring food which gone.
This is a good hotel close to the shopping areas, and train station and with secure parking. I have stayed here once on my own and once with my mother, both times it was comfortable, and the breakfast was great
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Laundry facilities
- 24-hour front desk
Best Western Hotel Plaza places you within a 5-minute walk of Villa Urania Museum and Piazza della Rinascita. The 68 rooms at this 4-star hotel include minibars, coffee makers, and LCD TVs. Located centrally in Pescara, it's also near Provincial Nature Reserve Pineta Dannunziana and Museum of Modern Art Vittoria Colonna.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
Best Western Hotel Plaza's 68 individually decorated rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and laptop-compatible safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 26-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Phones and desks are also standard.
Best Western Hotel Plaza features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a computer station. There's free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers and laundry facilities.
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77% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 412 reviews