24 Jul 2019 - 25 Jul 2019

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Pescara, Italy is a beautiful seaside city in Abruzzo that boasts a lively seafront with a luxurious resort feel. Hotels in Pescara range from affordable and comfortable accommodations for travelers looking for last-minute hotels Pescara to resorts and spas. With over 9 miles of beaches and historical museums, Pescara is an ideal vacation spot.

City Centre

The Pescara city centre is home to the city's most famous restaurants, shops, and museums. The most famous museum is the Museo Delle Genti d'Abruzzo. It's an ethnographic museum rich with culture and history, and it's an easy walk from many hotels in Pescara.

1. The Ambra Palace

For the budget-conscious, the Ambra Palace is located conveniently in the centre of the city. Wi-Fi is available in every room, and traditional and continental breakfasts are included.

2. Hotel Alba

The lovely Hotel Alba is also centrally located and decorated in a baroque style. Breakfast is included.

3. The Hotel Carlton

The Hotel Carlton is a fine boutique hotel in Pescara, located right on the Adriatic Riviera. The Hotel Carlton features many fine amenities including an airport shuttle, complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi and more.

Pescara Airport Hotels

If you're looking for last-minute hotels in Pescara, finding a place near the airport is very convenient, and there are many options nearby. The Abruzzo International Airport is only 2.5 miles from the city centre, making it easy to find hotels in Pescara near the airport that will work with your budget whether you're looking for cheap hotels in Pescara or splurging on a boutique stay. This may mean that you can save on renting a car.

1. Hotel Bellariva

The first suggestion for a cheap hotel in Pescara is Hotel Bellariva. With a fantastic seaside view and great prices, you can't beat this value and location.

2. Esplanade Hotel

Secondly, the Esplanade Hotel is one of the best hotels in Pescara near the airport for a midrange budget. It's centrally located to the beach and the city centre, and the rooftop terrace and fine views are among the many things guests admire about this wonderful location. Their staff are efficient and friendly and can even book you if you're looking for last-minute hotels in Pescara.

3. Parc Hotel Villa Immacolata

Boutique hotels in Pescara have lovely seaside views and plenty of gorgeous balconies for you to relax and enjoy a bottle of wine. This third suggestion, the Parc Hotel Villa Immacolata, features beautiful gardens, a sauna, and spa. Guests can even book massages.

Spa Hotels in Pescara

The Villa Maria Hotel Spa is one of the most luxurious and relaxing places to stay in Pescara. Sitting atop a lovely hilltop, the spa features mountain-spring-fed pools, a steam room, a sauna, and majestic views. The Villa Maria also features a trendy restaurant and bar, and many of their suites have private balconies. You can even book a suite with its own private hot tub. One of the best boutique hotels in Pescara, the Villa Maria Hotel Spa is sure to be a memorable stay.

For the traveller looking for a boutique hotel in Pescara or exploring Italy on a shoestring budget, there are many options from cheap hotels in Pescara to spas and luxurious lodgings.

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David  Rogers
David Rogers

Great little seaside community. Everyone is super friendly and welcoming. I wouldn’t recommend this destination in the off months due to the lack of activities they have to offer, but it is very picturesque. The food is great and very affordable, but stay close to city center because it takes awhile to get there by bus or train if you stay outside the center. Great place to relax in the summer or take the kids for a weekend!

Giulia Berardi
Giulia BerardiDusseldorf

I'm from this I can only love it :) Btw it' s a good combination between beach and nightlife. it ideal in summer or during the jazz festival. enjoy it !


So beautiful city, I love to see it again and again.....seashore, fish dishes, ice creams, shopping, people, open markets, historic locations, quick gateway to airport, central train stations connected with major European cities, excellent atmosphere while walking in the-seaside long road at afternoon or evening...sports events.... and many more ..

GianCiMagliano Sabina

The sea has its own way of letting the lovers catch them and take them with them, lean them in front of them, on the shore bathed by its waters and sang stories. So I have to tell you about Pescara, a sea city, of fishermen and clear lights, of deep silences that are other ways of being of the sea, of an ancient village to be discovered, affordable prices and excellent restaurants. A weekend here is for everyone, couples with children, couples who want to give themselves two days of romantic sea.


The least expensive month is January, with an average of £52 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Pescara is August, with an average price of £80 per night.
The average price of a hotel in July last year was £57 per night. This is 8% less than the average nightly price of £62 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Pescara, the expected average temperature in July is 24.6°C/76.3°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 30.6°C/87.1°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 3.8°C/38.8°F.
The nearest airport to Pescara is Pescara (PSR) (2.62 miles).

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