ATMOSPHERE The atmosphere is that of a small charming hotel, surrounded by a lush and fragrant Mediterranean garden, rich in ancient essences of local fruits.
SERENITY We are at the foot of the Calabrian side of the suggestive Pollino National Park.
The heart of the Park is only twenty minutes from the Locanda.
The magic is that in the same time you are in the mythical Sibari, immersed in the blue waters of the Ionian Sea.
SIMPLICITY "Panorama" writes: "The hotel is a refinement for those who can avoid the large structure structure and allow themselves the luxury of time, silence, food as art".
SOBRIETY Pinuccio and his daughter Gaia Alia have wisely conjugated ancient and modern by concentrating, in the building reserved to their guests, the most sophisticated elements of the modern Hotellerie and local antiques, well combined and proposed with sobriety.
The history of the hotel is recent, dating back to 1992, but it is in addition to that of the restaurant which has been open since 1952 and is among the oldest in Calabria and among the most famous in the South.
Located on the ground floor, like all rooms, with private access from the garden, a comfortable room very cozy and functional. A comfortable living room with chaise-longue Le Corbusier a nice desk with internet connection. Double bed width 160,cm, bathroom with Jacuzzi, wi-fi internet connection, minibar, TV, room service on request.
Comfortable and convenient room with a loft.
One double bed plus one single bed.
Equipped with King-size memory foam mattresses and all the necessary amenities. Flat screen TV, hotspot with free internet connection, mini-bar, shower, complimentary toiletries and towels. Very comfortable for two people and fantastic for a family with one child.
Entrance with two communicating rooms. In the first one a bed and a bathroom with Jacuzzi. In the second one there is a room with a double bed and a single bed. It also has a small terrace.
You will be hosted by Gaia
My name is Gaia. I am Pinuccio Alia's daughter.
Dad "wanted" this place in the nineties.
I represent the third generation of our family that has been working in the world of hospitality since 1952. My grandfather Antonio, whom I have never met, and my grandmother Lucia opened a modest trattoria. I grew up with one rule. "Low Profile and High Performance. " Be welcome.