See why so many travellers make Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia their hotel of choice when visiting Chieti. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Chieti's most popular landmarks, such as Cattedrale di San Giustino (1.8 mi) and Piazza di San Giustino (1.8 mi), Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts breakfast. If you are driving to Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Trattoria Taverna Teate, Ristorante Nino, and Il Ristorante Brando, all of which are a short distance from Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia.
If you’re looking for something to do, Villa Comunale (0.7 mi), Parrocchia Santi XII Apostoli (1.1 mi), and chiesa della Madonna delle Piane (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia.
At Best Western Hotel Parco Paglia, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Chieti.
I was very happy with my stay at the Hotel Parco Paglia. Very friendly staff, which made the stay a pleasure. The room is functional, but very comfortable with a comfortable (hard) bed and pillows. I was very happy to see the hallway lights went on only when movement was detected so electricity wasn't wasted. Very nice breakfast - similar to other breakfasts in more luxurious hotels in Italy. One side of the hotel looks out at the old city of Chieti on top if the hill - but over a sea of warehouses (this being the industrial area - take a look at the picture). Very easy to get from here to downtown Pescara (About 15 mm in car) of Chieti. Also - very easy to get on the highway to Rome and no problem with parking. I was very happy with the hotel and will definitely stay there the next time in the area.…
Stopped here with my family on our way to Puglia. The Hotel seems brand new. Nicely furnished rooms with good vital space. Breakfast was good with great selection of cakes. Excellent service. Not too far from old town Chieti. Overall a good Hotel.
Visted the hotel for two nights in the weekend. Perfect service by the staff. Price in the weekend is very nice, during the week a bit high. It's possible to park in frond of the hotel for free or in the garage for 5 euro per night. Breakfast is very well with plenty of choice and great staff. Rooms are large. Shower is a glass wall, so if you want privacy, then this may be an issue. Toilet is separate and not transparent. The only minus was have cloth hangers, but not a cupboard, so everything is in the open or in the suitcase. The bed, which was large, had no tables on the side. So, everything, including phone lies almost on the floor. But overall, an excellent place to stay. There is a bar, but no restaurant. There is a restaurant next door, which is more for families with children, But, the food is OK. All other restaurants are further away (needs car)…
Our room was large with a very big shower and separate toilet. The staff were friendly and the breakfast was substantial. Location was a little removed from the hub but not to far to walk to the main strip.. we used this hotel as our base to see the unspoilt beauty of abruzzo..
My husband and i stayed in room 304, my 2 daughters in room 303, and my daughter partner and son stayed in room 306. All rooms were lovely and clean, large and very modern. Bathroom and toilet had glass walls, very unusual! The furniture is very modern, but not practical, as the overhead unit sticks out and we all hit our heads on it! The hairdryer is attached below the wash basin and cannot be moved, a very enclosed space to dry your hair, and even though a mirror is there, it is still a little dark to put on make up There is i lovely long unit in the bedroom, with shelves, fridge and plugs, so i sat there to straighten my hair, but no vanity mirror, which a woman needs to do her makeup. The beds are huge, and very firm. Fresh water is given every day for free, and also left out in the hall way for you to help yourself to, as well as extra toilet rolls etc in case you run out. We loved the breakfast, lots of cereals, yogurts, breads and jams, bacon and scrambled eggs, and cold meats and cheese. Good coffee and fruit juices, and lovely fresh fruits. The staff were lovely, did everything they could if we needed any help, you could tell that they cared for their customers. The hotel is in an industrial area, with a good cafe next door, and a 5 minute walk to Andys Bar just down the road on the same side as the hotel. You can also walk into the small centre in about 15 minutes, where we went to some nice bars.…