During its renovation, the basic historical structure of the building, which was originally a residence of the Jesuit priests, has been successfully retained, seen in the ancient cloister, the suggestive coves and the centuries-old park with lovely boulevards and lawns lined with local and exotic plants.
Guests can enjoy some poolside relaxation in the garden, surrounded by orange trees, or head down to the private solarium with a small stretch of sand that can be accessed with a lift or through a picturesque passage carved into the rock. For an extra pampering, the hotel’s spa offers massages, face and body treatments and is equipped with Turkish bath, sauna and jacuzzi.
The hotel is home to three restaurants that promise unforgettable dining experiences. Local specialities and international classics fill the menu of Scintilla Restaurant, serving candlelit dinners in the park. A Mediterranean feast with a selection of barbecued meat, wood oven baked pizza and vegetables from the hotel’s organic vegetable garden is available at L’Agrumeto, where guests dine poolside under the orange trees. Those keen to try something exotic should make a beeline for Coku, a unique restaurant that blends the Mediterranean and Japanese culinary traditions.
Each one of the 48 rooms at Grand Hotel Cocumella features its own unique character and provides classic chic and comfort, from elegant accommodation overlooking the park to fabulous suites complete with cozy lounges and terraces. Interiors are spacious and bright, showcasing discreet luxury and great attention to details.
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