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Offering free Wi-Fi, Hotel Sant’Agostino is in Paola’s historic center, a 15-minute walk from the beach. A classic Italian breakfast with croissant, coffee and cappuccino is served every morning. Friendly staff. Big rooms, good place for one night stay. Good restaurant near the hotel.
Hotel Blumentag is 164 feet from the beach, in the district of Sant'Agata, 0.9 mi from the city center and local attractions of Paola. It offers air-conditioned rooms and free private parking. Charming little hotel. Great location. Helpful reception. Spoke perfect English gave great recommendation for local restaurant.
B&B Rosy is in the historical center of Paola, 22 mi from Camigliatello Silano. Certain units have a private bathroom with a spa bath, while others have free toiletries and a hairdryer. The room and bath were spacious and very clean. Air conditioning and a balcony with a view of the historic square were definite musts. Breakfast was in a friendly cafe. The proprietor was very helpful with offering information on how to get around and the best place to eat. I highly recommend B&B Rosy.
Located in the city center of Paola, B&B La Piazzetta offers air-conditioned rooms featuring an LCD TV with satellite channels. All rooms have views of the old town and classic décor. Perfect location overlooking the old fountain, very accommodating host, large comfortable room with great shower and lovely breakfast in a local cafe on the Piazza. Quiet room with almost silent air conditioning.
Located in Paola, 1.6 miles from Sanctuary of Saint Francis of Paola, La Chambre has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. OUTSTANDING hospitality from the extremely accommodating and highly professional Assunta and her very mature English-speaking son, whose name escapes me now (please accept my apologies for that). Immaculate, spacious room with small but functional kitchenette, spotless bathroom and sunny terrace for the triple room. Paola is a wonderful little town that's perfect for a pit-stop when travelling between Sicily and Rome/Naples if you want to break up the train trip a bit. Please accept Assunta's offer of train station pick-up if you can't walk up a long, steep hill or if carrying heavy luggage...it's quite a hike UP to the town! She also very kindly and generously offered to drive me to the only open supermarket on a Sunday, miles away, and patiently stayed while I loaded up on dinner items to cook in the room as well as much-needed snacks for the long train ride the following day. This level of personalised hospitality is very rare, indeed, these days but both mom & son have it down to an art form and it seems to be second nature to them and just a natural part of who they are...VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. They make a great team!
Set in open countryside, Agriturismo la Palombara offers free Wi-Fi and transfers to the nearest beach. Set 5 mi from the center of Paola, it includes rooms with sea views, a restaurant and 2... We booked just 30mins before as we travelled from sicilly..we had a warm welcome from d family with cakes and hot drinks . Its a family run agriturismo with sons was very helpful and friendly. And the mother soo swt. The place was clean and warm. We had a gd size room.. And dinner was v gd. They alowed us to hv a karaoke night with our friends. The owner the mother was soo swt. Had a grt 1 night stay.
Coastal city with a quaint historic center. A visit to the Santuario di San Francesco da Paola is a must. The city is steeped in history of the saint. The aqueducts at the edge of town were pretty amazing. Stayed at a great b&b and ate at the same restaurant three nights in a row, so delicious. Small town feel in the center and heading uphill.
Ancient Italian city which combines seaside experience with little bit of hiking. There are a lot of religious statues and places which attracts a lot of visitors. Definitely worth visiting for a day or two. Locals don't speak English, only few people do, but coffee is great.
Paola seemed like a nice town. We only stayed there one night on our way between Sorrento and Siracusa (a lot of driving). The town itself seems nice, though we didn't really get to spend time in it. All of the people seemed very nice, though, and the city center was bustling when we went through. There are quite a few nice looking beaches in Paola, and had we had more time we would have explored them.
A town full of local Italians... Think we were the only tourists! Lovely old buildings and historic centre. Friendly bars and excellent good value restaurants that serve local produce. Would definitely recommend Paola as a place to stop for a real taste of Italy.
The estuary of San Francesco was a spectacular sight & worth visiting. There are also other churches that are equally interesting. From the steps going down to the beach there are wonderful views of the Tyhrenian sea. The beach area is spectacular with the waves hitting the rocks, but you can still swing in the clear salt water.
The town was nice but we shortened our stay from 4 nights to 2. Not a lot to do there. The nearby golf course at a hotel was a joke, probably the worst we've ever played which was a pity as the layout was interesting and challenging. The course was very run down and the staff didn't care. We used one of the buggies which was in disgusting condition, filthy and not maintained. One golf bag had to be held on with a stretchy cord