Hotel Continental Ischia


out of 10
Travel Award 2023


out of 5

Reviews 2023

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Hotel Continental Ischia’s unique and striking architecture, composed of buildings that embrace the Mediterranean style, fits harmoniously among the lush vegetation of our park. The spacious interiors blend with the beauty of the gardens, offering an immersive experience in nature. The proposed cuisine draws on the roots of tradition while embracing innovation to offer authentic and contemporary flavors.

For those who enjoy lively evenings, the American bar and piano bar are perfect places to spend time with music and fun, with notes ranging from the latest hits to the most popular tunes. The facility enjoys a strategic location, being close to the center and a picturesque pine forest.

In addition, a varied range of services is available to guests: a specially equipped play area for children allows families to enjoy moments of leisure and fun. All of this makes it possible to shape an active or relaxing vacation, whether it is full of activities or pure rest, whether you are traveling alone, as a couple, or with your family.

Baths & Spas

The Hotel Continental Ischia complex, with its five thermal pools of various temperatures, ASL-affiliated spa, wellness center, and beauty center, offers a complete spa park experience. The thermal baths have brought Ischia’s name to worldwide fame and are the island’s most distinctive attraction. Already the Greeks and Romans knew the therapeutic power of these waters and the resulting treatments.

Balneotherapy is one of the most widely practiced spa therapies, where therapeutically active mineral waters take advantage of their structure to exert healing actions. Balneotherapy involves immersion in pools with warm water, with 10- to 15-minute sessions at ideal temperatures between 30 and 40 °C, followed by a 30- to 40-minute rest period to maximize the benefits of the treatment.

The beneficial properties of thermal water also find use inaerosol therapy, a treatment that reaches the finer parts of the respiratory system, treating temporary conditions and relieving chronic ones, such as colds, chronic bronchitis and bronchial asthma.

Another relevant use of thermal waters is in mud therapy, where thermal mud, enriched by the properties of thermal water after a long period of maturation, is applied in the form of masks or compresses, following the instructions of the thermal doctor during the initial visit.