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Localita Scavolino - Contrada Thurio, 87064 Corigliano Calabro, Corigliano-Rossano Italy
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BV AIRONE RESORT Family Sport Resort Hotel classification 4 stars The BV Airone Resort is located in the province of Cosenza, in the Sibari plain a few kilometers from the archaeological excavations, in the southernmost area of ​​the Gulf of Taranto, with the Pollino Natural Park behind it. The natural landscape overlooked by the elegant Resort is surrounded by a dense and shady pine forest that opens onto a white sand beach facing the clear Ionian Sea. An ideal destination for those who want holidays in a natural, exclusive environment, dedicated to sport and relaxation. The BV Airone Resort embraces the "Family Sport Resort" formula, offering adults, children and sportsmen of all ages a tailor-made hotel, entertainment and entertainment service, unique in all of Southern Italy. The innovative Family Sport Resort project of the BV AIRONE RESORT stems from the desire to offer an increasingly complete experience in terms of Wellness. Wellness is the common thread that unites the many aspects of the holiday experience and is found in sports activities, in the comfort of the rooms, in the excellent cuisine and in the attentive and discreet service. STRUCTURE AND ROOMS The BV Airone Resort extends over a rectangular area of ​​about 4 hectares bordered by the pine forest with access to the sea and by the buildings similar to villas of a pastel pink that softens the central body and the 8 villas alongside that run parallel to the pine forest and delimit the central area with all the Resort services. The BV Airone Resort has 120 rooms located between the main building and n. 8 independent villas. In the Central Building, the 56 rooms are located on the first and second floors and are easily accessible with 2 lifts as well as the internal stairs. On the floors, the rooms are located on the sides of a circular central corridor and can have an external view of the structure or an internal view of an original pyramid-shaped skylight in glass and steel built on the cloister of the hall. The rooms are available in different types: - Standard rooms with 2/3 beds (3rd bed in pouf) with internal view window and bathroom. - Classic rooms with 2 beds outside view with bathroom window with double sink, some with balcony, - Family rooms are all with external view and balcony, consisting of 2 rooms, 1 entrance and 1 bathroom with double sink, requiring a minimum occupancy of 4 people. - Junior Suite rooms with balcony overlooking the lagoon pool and are composed of a double room: living room with sitting area, sleeping area and bathroom with double sink. The 8 villas each house 8 rooms, four on the ground floor with a patio for exclusive use, and four on the first floor with a balcony. The 64 rooms, ideal for families with children, are: - Special rooms with 3/4 beds and bathroom with double sink. 3rd bed in pouf - 3rd / 4th bed in Quadruple rooms in bunk bed armchair. The Quadruple Special rooms are mainly located on the first floor. The rooms are furnished in a modern style with extra comfort King Size beds, are equipped with mini fridge, safe, satellite TV, individually controlled air conditioning and bathroom with large shower and sink, hairdryer and mobile arm mirror. The Resort is free of architectural barriers and has Classic rooms in the central body in accordance with EEC standards, all with balconies for disabled guests. RESTAURANT: Full board with drinks Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with water, soft drinks, beer by the glass and bottled wine by Cantine Calabresi. Our chefs wisely manage to combine the flavors of the sea and the land of Calabria with the best specialties of Italian cuisine, prepared with first choice ingredients. Meals are served in the air-conditioned indoor restaurant and on a beautiful outdoor veranda. The proposed menu offers hot and cold appetizers and a wide choice of first and second courses of meat and fish and side dishes, enhanced by the Show-Cooking preparation that enhances the tastes and raw materials used. Fresh seasonal fruit for lunch and dessert for dinner. In the room, upon arrival, we provide a small welcome gift for our kind guests, in the minibar they will find 2 bottles of 50 cl water. Upon reservation it is possible to book for dinner at our Risto - Pizzeria "PIAZZA BAR". The tables in the restaurant are assigned and reserved for the duration of the stay. On request dishes for celiacs (basic foods); The BV Airone Resort is a resort certified by the AIC Italian Celiac Association. Several "themed" evenings are organized with menus that include, for example, the Calabrian evening based on typical products, gastronomic dishes and recipes of regional cuisine and evenings in which it will be possible to enjoy grilled meat or fish. BIBSERIES: Kitchen available to mothers who want to cook for their children. It is equipped with electric plates, fridge, sink, pots, dishes, bottle warmer, microwave oven. It is located inside the restaurant and is available 24 hours a day with assistance during main meal times. BV SPECIAL: Free coffee at the bar, beach umbrella in the front row, free rental of beach towels, gift in the room, afternoon rearrangement of the room. BV BABY: Stroller, bottle warmer and cot rental in the room. 4-LEGGED FRIENDS: Small dogs are allowed (maximum 10 kg) with limited availability on request. Accommodation will be in the Special rooms and mattresses, bowls for food and water are provided. The dog will be able to circulate in the areas dedicated to him specified in the regulations that are delivered upon arrival (for example not on the beach, swimming pool, hall or restaurant), equipped with a leash and muzzle. There is no provision of food for the dog. No other animals are allowed. ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES Services and activities active Being a Family Sport Resort means combining the entertainment services with a playful and “plus” entertainment program, which looks at both the relaxation and fun of children and adults and the satisfaction of those who want to practice various sports activities at an amateur and competitive level. Sport Our motto is "Sport for all", that is the one that can be practiced in every age group and starting from any level of physical preparation and training, suitable for those who are already a true sportsman, but also for those who approach a discipline for the first time (didactic, competitive sport, etc.). Sports activities are entrusted to high-profile instructors and take place in maximum safety. The wide choice includes the possibility of practicing the following sports: • Tennis: 4 courts, possibility to attend professional lessons and play tournaments (single and double). • Padel: 1 field, possibility to attend professional lessons and play tournaments to get closer to this new discipline. • Bike: Mountain Bike "Trek Bikes" available to our guests for excursions in the surrounding area. Our mountain bikes supplied with helmet are equipped with a wide range of gears and comfortable front suspension. You can choose whether to "grind kilometers" or take a leisurely ride, whether to test your ride on winding hilly roads or relax among the coastal paths, in the intoxicating aroma of the pine forest following the paths that our staff designs for guests. • Nautical Base: thanks to its position in the Gulf of Sibari along a wonderful stretch of sea, the BV Airone Resort guarantees a Nautical Center directly on the beach with the presence of instructors specialized in sailing, surfing, windsurfing, Stand Up Paddle, canoes and Optimists for children and lasers for adults. Courses and lessons and outings are organized by our specialists according to the preparation, skills and age groups of our guests. • Fitness: possibility to carry out activities in the fitness area, in the open air, in the pool or in various locations within the Resort, always in the company of yoga, pilates, zumba, hydrobike, spinning, GAG and total body instructors. • Running: Our experts have developed for you running routes for all ages and preparations on winding roads for a trail in company or to relax among the coastal paths by the sea or in the pine forest. • To these disciplines are added the classic activities of: Football: 1 8-a-side football field. Ping-Pong: 2 tables available for guests Volleyball and Basketball: 1 multipurpose court for playing games and tournaments of both disciplines. Swimming / Hydrobike: 1 lagoon pool and area with lanes. Beach sports: soccer, volleyball, tennis, bowls. Archery and Rifle: shooting range available Group courses and the use of equipment to carry them out are included in the holiday! Simple to book and organized by age and preparation, they are a guarantee of quality for the whole family, from children to adults: one of the best ways to get closer to nature, to find fun in sport and wellness. Those who want to improve their technique can book individual lessons for a fee or use the fields according to their free moments and availability. Entertainment for children and teenagers The entertainment service we offer to children is entrusted to a staff of high quality professionals, so adults can enjoy their holiday in complete relaxation while the children have fun and learn. The daily service, tailor-made and for age groups and organized in small groups to ensure distance and safety, is divided into 4 categories: • Baby Club (4 - 7 years): assistance, entertainment and approach to sports. • Mini Club (8 - 11 years): sports, entertainment and games with particular attention to socialization. • Junior Club: (12 - 14 years): entertainment and sports with a series of ad hoc activities for pre-adolescents. • Young Club (15 - 17 years): animation focused on socializing and sharing experiences. The principle that inspires the Clubs is to stimulate the sporting activity, sociability, creativity and imagination of the child / boy, not only to entertain him, but also to sensitize him to issues of interest, such as respect for the environment. and attention to waste. This is why the workshops, always inclusive and managed by professionals, also include manual and creative activities through the recycling of materials and a series of games and didactic activities that educate while having fun. Our team has the task of making sure that children and adolescents enjoy the holiday period to the fullest, guaranteeing them days full of activities and entertainment and parents moments of freedom without any worries. A family holiday is a holiday for everyone! The safety and suitability of the spaces also contribute to this, organized with exclusive and child-friendly environments with the air-conditioned miniclub of 200sqm in a dedicated area with outdoor games and private swimming pool. In the BV KIDS PARK BIKE Our little guests can have fun with mini-bikes within our mini circuit, all supervised by the staff to ensure proper safety Our staff offers the opportunity to have some meals with friends and spaces for evening entertainment for all ages. Entertainment for All Animation and entertainment activities, with particular reference to evening shows, take place in compliance with the provisions on Covid-19 prevention, respecting hygiene and social distancing rules. Within a Family Sport Resort, evening entertainment also meets the needs of the whole family and makes the most of activities related to sport, entertainment and the well-being of young and old. This is why alongside the classic entertainment evenings, during the week our entertainment staff offers sports-themed evening events: night competitions and matches, tournaments and award ceremonies. With a view to entertainment for everyone, the evening for the little ones is always animated by moments of baby dance, shows for children, screenings and entertainment dedicated to children, so as to give adults the pleasure of an evening in freedom and for children. the pleasure of having fun in company. Every day our staff proposes a program that is divided into various recreational and recreational activities: from card tournaments and creative workshops. For fans, there is no shortage of dance lessons in the company of qualified instructors, as well as moments of calm and relaxation on the beach, where you can take advantage of sunset for gentle gymnastics sessions. The most classic evening program ranges from musicals for children to cabaret, from comedy to variety. Not only! Shows and "themed" parties are organized in different locations of the Resort, at the BV Airone Resort you will find the piano-bar with live music to relax at the Piazza Bar. Services Lobby Bar: Cafeteria located in the splendid hall overlooking a panoramic covered veranda. Bar Piazza: located in the central area of ​​the village with huge relaxation areas, seats and a Restaurant-Pizzeria; ideal place for morning and afternoon relaxation and for an after dinner with friends Beach Bar: Kiosk bar open at pre-established times Bazaar: located in the hall, it is ideal for any need, souvenirs, newspapers and tobacconists by reservation. Lagoon pool: with adjoining hydrobike area with limited entrances. Mini Club Area: equipped with about 200 square meters covered for the little ones, close to the Playground with swimming pool. Parking: internal and unattended. Open-air theater: Wellness Area: massage and treatment rooms Free Wi-Fi: in the Hall – Reception, Lobby Bar, Piazza Bar and Lagoon pool areas. Private beach: 150 m from the Resort, reachable through the lush pine forest inside the structure and equipped with 1 umbrella and 2 sun loungers per room (included in the Club Card), assigned and reserved for the entire duration of the stay. WELLNESS AREA To complete the experiential path linked to Wellness, the Wellness Airone Experience is added, a real flagship: an intimate "sacred temple" where you can experience unique moments of relaxation and relaxation, under the banner of beauty. Inside the wellness area of ​​the BV Airone Resort our therapists are waiting for you in the treatment rooms to pamper you, take care of your whole body or do a relaxing massage to help your physical recovery and be ready for another day in the water, by bike. or on the playing fields for our sports activities. BV CLUB CARD The BV club card includes: beach service with 1 umbrella and 2 sun loungers per room starting from the second row, large lagoon pool with hydrobike area. Participation in the sports and recreational activities of the Resort. Participation in group courses for individual sports, equipment rental according to the instructions provided by our staff. Daytime and evening entertainment. BABY Club 4/7 years, MINI Club 8/11 years, JUNIOR Club 12/14 years, YOUNG Club 15/17 years, at set times and dedicated areas, with specific and dedicated activities based on age groups. BEACH The large private beach is only 150 meters from the Resort and can be reached along a walkway that crosses the luxuriant pine forest inside the structure; private beach equipped with 1 umbrella and 2 sun loungers per room.
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Michael C wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom4 contributions4 helpful votes
We travelled as a pair, one very active and the other a mobility scooter user with significantly limited mobility. The latter parts of this review concentrate on the accessibility of the site for someone disabled or with some disability (summary: very good) hoping to be helpful to any others in a similar situation. But first some more general comments. This was our first Neilson holiday. We had previously been to Mark Warner's Levante site on Rhodes, which was our only real point of comparison. Overall we were really impressed. Our particular activities were tennis, sailing, and lounging by the pool. The tennis was very good indeed. The coaching team of four worked really hard and had a really good balance - both individually and as a team - of fun, enthusiasm and expertise. George in particular related really well, was on top of the technical coaching details (the Neilson programme seems really well put together), and could give some serious coaching without seeming serious (it is a holiday after all!). Group sizes for red and black sessions were pretty good, and seemed to be for green and blue. The second week we were there the number wanting to play social tennis somewhat overwhelmed the available courts, and anyone who had not wanted to take part in group sessions and only play social tennis would be likely to have been disappointed. Even so, the coaching team made sessions fun, but there's no getting away from the fact not having enough courts is a downside. (Our first week - the last of the school holidays - was fine; it was when there were far more adults and few children, in school term, when social tennis became crowded). The beach team were also great. The choice of boats was less good than with Mark Warner (but it's a smaller hotel) - for experienced sailors, it was really lots of Lasers and three Darts. But there was never a problem of insufficient boats. (There are also Picos, and some family boats). The beach team made getting on and off the water really easy, and the sailing area seemed comparable to Mark Warner (=amply big enough). It's a light wind resort, with very little wind at all in the morning - don't go here expecting to sail all day. However, there was wind every afternoon, and we were lucky to have some serious wind on a couple of days (force 4 or 5), which was unusual. The team organised several races, several courses to improve your sailing, and were always friendly and fun (seeming perhaps a little more relaxed and perhaps a little less "precious" about their kit than the Mark Warner team?). The pool was also great. It's pretty, nicely shaped, and big enough. There never seemed to be insufficient sunloungers, although occasionally all the umbrellas were taken by those seeking shade (there were enough umbrellas, but only just). Quite a few people opted to sunbathe on the beach rather than by the pool - again, there seemed to be enough space for everyone there. There's a nice pool bar set on an island in the middle of the pool, reached by a bridge. You can't actually order from in the water, and the bridge involves a step either side, so isn't accessible by those needing absolutely flat access. The food was good. Most meals are included, and the buffet could become repetitive, but there was sufficient change and variety from day to day to avoid this. We thought the buffet itself was somewhat better than at Mark Warner, but it needed to be - at Mark Warner lunch isn't included, so you're free to buy your own, which is probably more costly but gave more scope for variety, and cooked to order food is always likely to be of better quality than a buffet. One of us was gluten free (intolerant, not Coeliac), and the provision for this is pretty impressive. One waiter has special responsibility for those with food allergies and was very helpful. There is gluten free bread and cereals for breakfast (and a large array of naturally gluten free options). Gluten free pasta was available on request (cooked to order, sometimes with some delay), which could be taken with one of the sauces of the day (bolognese and a separate - presumably vegetarian - tomato every day, plus generally one or two others). There was also gluten free pizza and bruchetta as part of the buffet (kept separately under cover, presumably to avoid contamination). I think gluten free ice cream was available, and some other items (croissants, desserts), but didn't ask for them. Overall it was very good. Bar prices are reasonable for somewhere which could treat you as captive. Decent wine is 18 euros a bottle, or 7.50 for a 250ml glass. The courtyard bar serves a variety of cocktails for 6-9 euros. The courtyard bar is fine, but not particularly pretty, set down in something of a hollow and slightly enclosed by whitewashed walls - in contrast to the rest of the site which is really pretty. The old-style building has a lovely pink wash, and the grounds have fairly good planting and nice fountains. In terms of accessibility, the site works very well indeed. The best rooms would be in the main house, where we believe there is a specially adapted room with flat access shower etc. We didn't opt for this - it doesn't have a balcony or nice view - and instead went for a ground floor garden room. We travelled with a mobility scooter which BA took on board fine, which was unloaded fine at the airport, and the transfer coach coped with well - it was loaded in one piece into the hold underneath the coach. The Neilson team were really helpful with luggage and loading the scooter. Neilson obviously knew we were travelling with a scooter, and we had requested a ground floor garden room. Presumably deliberately we were assigned the room closest to reception, which was a good thought. We found that the garden room, although ground floor, was up about a 4 inch step. This wouldn't have been a total dealbreaker for us - the scooter we took is light enough to be lifted down at the start of the day and up at the end, and the scooter user has enough mobility to be able to leave it at the step and walk in. In fact, we found a ramp the gardeners use for mowers and other equipment, which we borrowed for the week, and reception ensured that when the gardeners needed it they returned it, meaning our scooter user could drive into the room unaided almost all the time. If that step would be a dealbreaker for you, go for a room in the main house (served by lifts). We didn't see one, but assume it would be really well suited. It might be smaller than the garden room, which was large enough for the scooter to sit in without being in the way - our room had a third fold out bed, which wasn't in use, but that gives an idea of the size of it. We had thought a garden room (with terrace) might give a view - somewhere for the scooter user to sit and people watch - but actually none of the ground floor garden rooms really offer that (some of the first floor ones might, particularly those that look out over the tennis courts). The design of the rooms is such that the terraces get little sun - deliberately, we assume, to keep the rooms cool. If you really want to sit and watch things go by, a room in the main house with a balcony facing the pool would be the thing to ask for - sitting and watching might be more important for someone with impaired mobility who can't  take part in all the activities on offer. Our terrace didn't offer this, but we didn't really miss it - the pool is a good place to sit, and the rest of the site is so accessible that the scooter user didn't feel limited. The whole site is flat and accessible without steps (apart from access to the garden room bedroom, as above). Reception, the dining room (both the eating area and the area where the buffet is laid out), the courtyard bar, the pool (but not the pool bar, which involves a couple of steps), the tennis courts, and the beach are all on the same level with no steps between. Access to the beach is down a paved path. There's a very small area of very shallow sand. Our small wheeled mobility scooter coped fine. A standard wheelchair probably would too - it might be difficult for a self-propelled user to get through the short shallow patch of sand which separates the paved beach path from the tarmaced drive of the main site, but it might well be fine, and shouldn't be an insuperable obstacle. One nice feature is that access to the pool, tennis courts, bar etc is via the standard pathways everyone else uses. it's not that there are steps for everyone else and a specially made winding ramp for a wheelchair user (which is nice to have, but it's even nicer not to need it). It's a really good site for a wheelchair user, mobility scooter user and for those with children in buggies. At the beach there's a paved area with some tables, and a beach bar. Those will less mobility can get there and sit and watch what's going on on the sea (which is better than at Levante, where the beach wasn't easily accessibly by mobility scooter). For those with someone in their party who can't take part in the trademark Neilson activities, nearby towns or other possible outings are maybe more important than for most. It's not such a great site for this. We took a taxi to Marina Schiavonea, which was disappointing - a long strip of sea front with some not very exciting cafes. Some other cafes and shops set back from the sea, all of which were shut at lunchtime and for the afternoon (we thought it strange the cafes were shut at lunchtime; it seems everyone eats at the beach then, and we were told the town only comes alive at night). We also took a taxi to Rossano, which was much more worthwhile - we were wanting site seeing not shopping, for which historic Rossano is where you want to go. Old cobbled streets (not entirely great for a mobility scooter), old buildings, a cathedral, a cafe in a quiet square. We enjoyed a couple of hours there. It's about a 30 minute drive, and in a largish taxi which could take the mobility scooter whole was quite expensive - 70 euros return. There is also a modern shopping centre very near Airone, which may be worth a visit. It's not just a supermarket, as it appears from the outside. There are cafes, clothes shops, leather shops and a few others. Airone run a shuttle there for only 5 euros; if you want an afternoon away from the hotel, it's a decent option, although it's a modern shopping mall, so very generic and not remotely Italian. We didn't explore the clothing and other shops, only popping to the supermarket for a couple of things we'd left behind, but it looked like a decent place for an outing, particularly if the weather wasn't great. On the non-inclusive evenings we stayed on site. The courtyard bar offers a decent menu, including very good gluten free pizzas. Be warned that its menu is reduced on Thursday, when there's also an "Italian night" buffet available (non-inclusive); on Thursday. the courtyard bar only offers pizza, not its full range (but there's plenty on offer at the Italian night buffet) . The other options on non-inclusive nights are the two neighbouring beach bars, Snoopy's and Aurora. We went to both during the day, but didn't feel the need to at night. Snoopy's is the less easy to get to - it's accessed via a path through the woods, which was manageable on a mobility scooter but only just. It needed a bit of a push at the start, where there's a rather sandy patch, and was a fairly rough ride after that. Aurora is accessed via the main road; it might be a little nerve wracking to be on a mobility scooter on there in the dark, but there will be plenty of others doing that walk. The menu there looked good, and we had planned to go one evening but never quite got round to it. If you do go to Aurora and need level access, there is a level route but it's not immediately visible. It goes down the side of the building away from Airone - go through the car park, as if heading to the campsite, past the back of the kitchen, and you'll see there's a concrete path through to the beach side of the building - much easier for a buggy, scooter or wheelchair. The site itself is flat and fine, although we didn't see if there's an accessible toilet. Overall we'd definitely head back. If we can find another Nelson site which is as accessible and which has a more of a village nearby we'd try that first, both for variety and for the bonus of having a village nearby, but otherwise we'd certainly visit Airone again. 
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Date of stay: August 2019
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stevemears11 wrote a review Nov 2019
Worksop, United Kingdom7 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked a week here in September and had a great time, the food was excellent the rooms clean & comfortable and the water sports, tennis & cycling first class we certainly would go to this resort again.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Emma J wrote a review Oct 2019
Hampshire, United Kingdom8 contributions4 helpful votes
Rooms were basic and the food a bit samey but a great holiday with excellent facilities - definitely something for everyone. We were on Neilson holiday and the kids loved it. Need more bikes as was very popular!
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Date of stay: August 2019
RuthP70 wrote a review Oct 2019
London, England, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
Great staff. Nice, sandy beach with plenty of sunbeds. Lovely looking pool but too cold. Great equipment & tuition. Wind was variable but had some great days. Buffet food: good breakfast; plenty fruit & salads; great gelato every day. Main food was lukewarm at best & lacked diversity and flavour for veggie food; also some food isn't properly labelled so beware. However for non-veggies, there was a good choice. Non-inclusive nights: Snoopy's has great beach views if you go before sunset & good food. There is Aurora in the opposite direction which we didn't try but menu looked similar. Both very cheap & within 5 mins walk. The other nights we ate on site at the snack bar - overpriced but good food - could easily share a meal. Live Italian music one night which was great. Didn't need to book. Rooms were good, comfy beds, clean, balcony with clothes rail, fridge & nice toiletries provided. Poor WiFi.
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Date of stay: October 2019
HammerofPompey wrote a review Oct 2019
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* 7 nights mid Sep - weather 6 days of sun, one day of rain * Travel OK - 40 min delay out, hour back. * Transfer 1 hr 40 - but OK * Rooms great - avoid those in main hotel facing the sea, their balconies are directly over the noisy restaurant. Double check lock when leaving * Sailing - with three weeks to go, the fleet was tired. Only 2 of 4 Cats available and at time these were reserved for classes. Mainsheet and Jib Cleats were not working properly and no spares available. Ropes were worn.Very tired. * Wind light and or Sea Choppy - not a great Cat experience in slow Dart 16s holding mainsheet in! * Tennis - very good * Food - pretty good for buffet. Do not bother with the Italian Night BBQ - rip off prices. Local Azzura(?) restaurant very good, but "snoopy's" more a cafe and VERY relaxed! * Location remote to say the least but a 5 Euro shuttle bus from hotel to local super market for the tonics and collecting ice on way back from the beach meant great G&T on the balcony. * Bikes - didn't use, but not allowed to cycle to the supermarket dues to roads. Refuse and strays were around but not in great numbers * Trip to Matera a rip off! 53 Euro for a 2 hour coach trip, with a coffee stop (more money) at a motorway cafe. Museum costs on top and recommended restaurant (the guides mate!!!! ) couldn't cope, so return (2 hrs) left 30 mins late.. * Departure details offers that you can keep room until you get on coach for 50 Euros. No mention of being able to book shower rooms for free. * Those who stayed 2 weeks took a car trip one week on the two nights no dining to visit Matera and the wide area. Seems like a much better idea. * Overall, a nice place to visit, good weather nice people and staff (especially the locals). BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN SO MUCH BETTER!
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about BV Airone Resort
Which popular attractions are close to BV Airone Resort?
Nearby attractions include National Archeological Museum of Sibaritide (3.8 km), Sibari Avventura (6.0 km), and Gallery Cafe (7.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at BV Airone Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at BV Airone Resort?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at BV Airone Resort?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to BV Airone Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistrot la Cantina ,da Patrizia, La Corte Trattoria & Pizzeria, and Trattoria Pizzeria Il Girasole.
Are there opportunities to exercise at BV Airone Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does BV Airone Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, BV Airone Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at BV Airone Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to BV Airone Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Santuario Maria SS. di Schiavonea (5.5 km).
Is BV Airone Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.