See why so many travellers make Hotel Baia Azzurra their hotel of choice when visiting Mazzaro. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Baia Azzurra provide a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Baia Azzurra guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Baia Azzurra.
While in Mazzaro be sure to experience nearby Italian restaurants such as Ristorante Castelluccio, Ristorante Pizzeria Mazzarino, or Gallo D'Oro Bar & Bistrot.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Baia Azzurra as you experience all of the things Mazzaro has to offer.
Old and scruffy, tired rooms, poor decoration. Service is kept to a minimum, lack of knowledge about the area and how to avoid tourist traps, and they are everywhere... Dirty area with lots of litter spread all over the territory. Overpriced and a typical tourist trap... Carpark is of difficult access but a major plus on a super crowded area. Taormina is a mini Disneyland, not to be visited again!
Staff is both unhelpful and not very capable. Breakfasts was a real let down. Towels smelled a little weird. Otherwise the room was nice and very clean. Ok location compared to the beach. Wish we booked a room up in town instead and had breakfast out in town.
Stayed in the hotel with a friend. We had a lovely room with a nice view. The communal roof lounge is also lovely with a nice, relaxed atmosphere. Rooms are tidy and clean, although bathroom could have had a little bit more decorating done to it, as it seemed a little worn out. Staff are lovely and helpful. Breakfast wasnt amazing but still a good selection. The hotel is very close to Isola Bella and a cable car that takes you up to the town centre. Overall - satisfied
We had no booking during a busy period in the region and found this hotel by chance. We managed to get a room with a view over the bay for an extra 40 Euros which was worthwhile. The rooms are pleasant although rather small but with all facilities and well presented. This is a nice place to stay, walking distance to everything including the cable car to Taormina. Moderately expensive but this is what you have to expect during peak season.
We stayed at the Baia Azzurra for a week at the start of September and were disappointed with some aspects of the hotel. For example, I had obviously been hoping for a sea facing room, so when we were booking I asked if this was possible for our stay, to which the man responded very sternly that they were very busy and had nothing to offer until the weekend. Fair enough, I thought, although I did find him quite dismissive but we took ourselves off to our room via a tiny and very slow lift (nobody offered to help us with our bags or show us the way). The room when we got there was small and claustrophobic. When I went to the windows and pushed up the security blinds I saw about 2 feet of terrace and a young family from the next door room staring at me from across a dividing fence. I think this was the terrace. I went back down to reception to try to get a better room and the lady was actually quite rude, saying they had nothing available and that it was my fault because I made the reservations. Eventually some disgruntled huffing and puffing she got on the phone and we were moved us to a larger room on the same floor. It still wasn’t brilliant and looked out onto steps where people could walk up and down, so didn’t seem very private either. No, balcony, no view to speak of and the decorating was very dull and a bit dated. The shower was very cramped, the lights switches were wonky, the fuse box was open and the plug sockets were badly positioned. The breakfasts were ok, although the coffee was from a machine. The staff at breakfast weren’t particularly friendly either (in fact the nicest person we met who worked in the hotel was the cleaning lady on our floor). The friendliest people were in the mini-market next to the hotel (when we bought a bottle of gin and tonic to take to our room, he threw in a lemon for free and even sliced it and put it in a plastic container). We didn’t eat or drink in the hotel as we were put off by the initial “welcome.” In fact, we probably would have had a drink in the bar if it had ever been open. In the week that we stayed there I never saw anyone serving behind the bar. Once there was a resident sat at it as we were going out one evening, but although the bar was lit up there was no one behind it. This was a shame, because there was a nice open terrace which looked out over the bay, and they could really make good use of this if they had a mind to. The hotel was in a good situation, only a few minutes to the beach and the cable car which took you up to Taormina itself was near, but quite expensive. It was 6 euros for a return journey, so if you might be going up to town during the day and then later for an evening meal it made sense to get a day ticket, but this was still 10 euros, so 20 euros a day was an expense I hadn’t expected. Taormina was lovely, but if I went back again I would stay up in the main part of the town and make sure I got a much nicer hotel with a balcony and a pool.…