December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Therasia Resort Sea & Spa in Sicily, Italy
Emerging from the shimmering shores of Vulcano, glowingly reminiscent of a classic Greek metropolis, the fabulous Therasia Resort Sea & Spa is a true oasis of luxury befitting the ancient beauty of the tiny Aeolian Islands in Italy. Shimmering pure whites, contrasting marvelously with the dark sands of volcanic beaches, create a stunning, picturesque world, exuding an aura of peace, tranquility, and relaxation. Flowing white walls encompass the classic Mediterranean style of each room, with beautifully tiled floors and accents adding to the bright and charming elegance of simplicity. Glass French doors lead out to your private balcony, where gorgeous views of the Mediterranean and neighboring islands will take your breath away, while natural light and cool breezes flow fabulously throughout. With plush beds and the peaceful island atmosphere, Therasia Resort welcomes you to experience complete freedom and serenity as you escape from the world.
On your first morning, step out onto your balcony and gaze out over the sea, ready to explore and discover the island. Hike to the top of the volcano to Gran Cratere, and take in sweeping views of the sea, sparkling as far as the eye can see. Experience a spa day as the ancient Greeks would with a visit to the volcano's amazing natural mud baths and hot springs, then return to the hotel to cool off with a dip in one of two amazing infinity pools. Enjoy a day strolling along the black sands of Baia di Levante, Baia di Ponente, and Dell' Asino beach, and dive into the crystalline Mediterranean surf. Venture out on the open ocean for a fascinating scuba diving excursion amidst ancient reefs, or take a relaxing sightseeing cruise around the Aeolian Islands. In the evening take a quick boat trip to nearby Lipari or Panarea Islands to partake in the vibrant local nightlife, then return to the hotel for a fabulous sunset dinner. Seated on the tranquil terrace, gazing out over the sea, dine on the gastronomic wonders of L'Arcipelago's innovative Sicilian cuisine. With a nightcap in hand watch the stars emerge over the islands, unchanged since the days of the ancient Greeks, and settle in to the tranquil world that is Therasia Resort Sea & Spa.
Location of Therasia Resort Sea & Spa
Nearest Airport: PMO
Amenities for Therasia Resort Sea & Spa
- Outdoor Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- Pool Bar
- 2 Bars
- On-Site Amenities
- Wellness Center
- Beach Access
- Infinity Pools
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Hot Springs
Reviews for Therasia Resort Sea & Spa
We stayed at the Therasia resort for 5 nights but wished we had stayed longer. The views over the Eolian Islands are simply stunning and the Therasia is a great base to explore the other islands with regular ferries from Vulcano. The hotel shuttle schedule is fairly infrequent but when we asked reception they were happy to accommodate an off schedule trip to the ferry port. It is not very close to the main tourist area of Vulcano but one you're at the Therasia you won't feel like leaving anyway :)
MaudTA - London, United Kingdom
This is a beautiful hotel in a fantastic setting. You cannot fault the views, facilities, standard of the rooms, quality of the staff and overall ambience of the place. We went on a half board deal but like some other recent correspondents we avoided the bar because it was so expensive - 10 euros for a glass of house wine, 20 euros for a kir royale. The food in the Archipelago restaurant was good but not outstanding and we decided against the Michelin starred restaurant because of cost. Breakfasts had a large range of options all pretty good. We felt that more information about the island and indeed the hotel facilities and restaurants could have been in the rooms. These are minor criticisms and if you have the money then probably not an issue! Maybe because it was near the end of the season but I think 5 star rating is just a little generous.
southboundchris - King's Lynn, United Kingdom
Myself and my husband had a lovely relaxing stay at Therasia it is a beautiful hotel in a beautiful location and the sunset is truly amazing. Itâ€™s true what a lot of people say on here that itâ€™s a long journey but well worth it when you arrive! The infinity pool was great and had the most wonderful view over looking the other islands. We did however not feel this should be rated 5 star, we have stayed in many 5 star hotels before and this was just not up to scratch. There was a handful of great staff but aside from that the others needed training on consistency and process to ensure all staff were following the same approach. You could argue this is 4 star hotel with 5 star pricing. The bar was way too expensive, as a few others have said on here why not lower the price so guests buy more. â‚¬5 euros for a bottle of water, â‚¬9 euros a prosecco, â‚¬16 for a gin and tonic is too much. There is also the fact that different bars in the same hotel charge different prices for the same drink which was a mystery to us. We also found on 3 occasions our drinks bill was overcharged. We spotted this early on so checked the bill thoroughly throughout our stay. We would definitely recommend guests check their bill on all occasions. Definitely reserve a table if you want to dine in the restaurant and donâ€™t have half board. We were not told this on our first night and had to wait until 21:30 to have dinner which was not the nicest of experiences on our first night. Iâ€™m glad we had B&B and the option of eating in the harbour, we also ate at the poolside restaurant one night for dinner and had lovely pizza in candlelight which was very nice. The Michelin restaurant was fantastic and well worth a visit if you donâ€™t mind spending the extra Â£Â£Â£ on a lovely meal. It was one of the best Michelin restaurants we have visited. Overall itâ€™s a lovely hotel and the location/views are fantastic. If the management just spent some time reviewing pricing and consistency this has the potential to be a solid 5 star hotel.
ljt366 - Bromley, United Kingdom
Been to the sister resort in Ischia many times and wanted to try this one. Great resort lovely views big pool / bar area with many small terraces with 3 or 4 sun beds to relax on some with small plunge pools. Food amazing breakfast and evening meal, great service helpful staff. The building clean and well maintained. Don't come here for entertainment it's quiet very quiet not good for children, for relaxation, perfect which suited us. The island a bit of a let down. Transfer from airport interesting and hard 12 hours from Gatwick.
steve b - Guildford, United Kingdom
Therasia resort is beautiful. Food is first class although wine and other drinks quite expensive. The rooms are basic, air-conditioning intermittent and little or no WiFi. Views from the resort are stunning but don't bother leaving the resort, the island is unkempt and smelly. Be warned, travelling to this island isn't for the faint hearted! From start to arrival it took 12 hours.
sue b - Surrey, United Kingdom