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All reviewstrain stationdoor openingreading rooma short minute walkenclosed courtyardbeautiful patiomain stationcity centrejust round the cornerwhere breakfast is servedroom facingthe hotel staffbit datedlate flighthotel is locatedrooms are beautifulexcellent hotel
We are happy to recommend this hotel to everyone. It is ideally located if you want to use the train or buses to travel to different locations in Sicily (like Siracusa, Aci Trezza, Aci Castello, Taormina etc.) as we did. Francesco, on reception, speaks good...More
Spent 3 nights here early June, lovely Hotel. Staff are attentive and friendly but not over so. Room big, clean and comfortable. Breakfast fine. It's ideally placed near train and bus station bit area around can be a bit seedy late night.
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Quaint boutique hotel.very clean and close to city.walking distance. The staff francesco and marco were extremely helpful with advice and very friendly. Loved the decor and would highly recommend it.the breakfast court yard was adorable. Angela and nancy from Australia
We stayed at Villa Romeo at the conclusion of a Sierra Club outings trip to Sicily. At first I thought it out of the way, until I realized it was essentially across the street from the bus to Mt. Etna, which proved incredibly handy for...More
It a charming place. Clean. Great rooms. Decent breakfast. Located to some great restaurants within walking distance. The area is a bit dodgy, but nothing serious. No hotel parking, but it’s possible very close by. Internet not for work use, just the basic.
I'm not sure if the hotel had parking. We got the bus from the airport and got off at the railway station a few minutes walk away. We then travelled from Catania to Modica, Modica to Ragusa and Ragusa to Catania by public... More
I'm not sure if the hotel had parking. We got the bus from the airport and got off at the railway station a few minutes walk away. We then travelled from Catania to Modica, Modica to Ragusa and Ragusa to Catania by public buses. The cost was reasonable and we had no problems.