See why so many travellers make Belmonte Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Favara. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Belmonte Hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, as a valued Belmonte Hotel guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Close to Necropoli di Contrada Stefano (0.9 mi), a popular Favara landmark, Belmonte Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While visiting Favara, you may want to try some shrimp at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Le Traveggole.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a castle, such as Castello di Chiaramonte.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Belmonte Hotel as you experience all of the things Favara has to offer.
We booked the Belmont Hotel in Favara, it turned out to be the best in every way of our tour of Sicily. We used Favara as a base to travel all around Valley of the Temples and Agrigento. Cannot recomment this hotel highly enough and the Alba Palace where we ate all our meals. Breakfast was fantastic they served hot cold, and Italian. All fresh and great coffee. We ate dinner there every night as the food was too good to eat elsewhere. Staff extremely helpful at all times and nothing was too much for them to do. They also have parking. Absolutly great will definately return if ever in Sicily Ann Jones Dublin Ireland
Stayed there 2 nights in late May. We wanted to see the Valley of the Temples, but wanted a small, quiet village in which to stay. Favara is this place, with terrific cafes and restaurants. The Belmonte is a very good hotel, nice rooms, and very close to its sister hotel, the fancy Alba Palace. Note that you check in AT the Alba. The staff all had good to fairly good English skills, so that made things easier. Thank heavens the young man at the desk was a parking whiz. Parking is pretty much insane, depending on the time of day you arrive. Just give him the keys and let him do the work! Our tiny car was shifted a few times each day, but it was of no worry to us! And, when we needed the car, it was there quickly. A/C worked fine, room very clean, bathroom great, and it was QUIET. Just off the main square, lined with cafes for sitting and people watching, from coffee to prosecco. Breakfast was held each morning at the Alba Palace, with obliging staff to squeeze you fresh o.j. and make you yet another cappucino. Had dinner one night at the Alba Palace restaurant, separately reviewed in the restaurant section because it was that good, really top notch. Would we go again? Yep, and this time, we have a really good map!…
This hotel is really great. It looks quite new, and the style is modern. The rooms are big and comfortable and clean. (Small remark: showerhead needs to be treated to talk the calc away and to function normally). The reception and the breakfast is in the other albe hotel. The breakfast has a good choice and the service very friendly.
On first sight, Favara is not a very attractive town, yet there are some pearls at its center. One of them is Belmonte Hotel in the old town, which provides for a nice stay in Favara, thanks to its comfortable rooms (and beds!), excellent breakfast and last but not least, its friendly staff. Grazie mille!
We wanted to visit the great temples of Sicily and needed a place to stay but were put off by the descriptions of Agrigento. A friend recommended the small town of Favara, which is minutes away from the temples by car. Based on Tripadvisor reviews we decided to give Belmonte Hotel a go. The journey there did make us wonder whether we’d made the right choice. The approach to Favara is hardly inspiring, and finding the hotel in the middle of town is quite a challenge (our tip: turn off GPS once you approach the town and ask for directions to Piazza Cavour), but once we made it we knew we’d struck gold. Belmonte is a family run hotel; its sister hotel next door (the four-star Alba Palace – which looked amazing!) had only just opened and this was where we were served breakfast. The restaurant was so good (the chef was one of the owners) that we ate there on both nights and loved the food! We were looked after impeccably (we had an amazing roof top room!), including a personal tour of the new hotel by one of the family members, and the offer of free towels when we wanted to spend a morning at the Scala dei Turchi (which were well worth a visit!). In a word, sublime!…