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The Monte Tauro is a 4 star hotel, however unfortunately I was not able to identify any services which justified this star.
Overall we found the hotel to be dated, the decor in the rooms was old and they still use blankets and sheets. Adding...More
Entry to the hotel by car is 'challenging' but once there well worth the effort. The hotel is a modern construction of mainly concrete and glass and hangs off the cliff with balconies overlooking the sea and the pool. Staff helpful and service excellent. Service...More
Had a great week at the Monte Tauro Hotel in the fall of 2012. The hotel was built in the 70s or something, but has been reconstructed and stands out completely modern (maybe a bit too futuristic for my taste, but I guess that's typical...More
We stayed 5 nights at this Hotel, Taormina was my favorite city in Sicily. Lots of things to do and close to the beach, volcano and also good shopping. The room was a suite, modern, a section for the kids and a separate section with...More
As others have said, the hotel is down a steep path. We arrived from the airport and found the hotel as we were turning the car to get down the path, we were hooted by a very impatient driver who refused to give us room...More
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As Martin M says, parking is very limited, with cars crammed in 6 deep and 3 wide, bumper to bumper. I thought it was 10 euros per day, but it may have gone up. The driveway is scary and looks like a shorter version of... More
As Martin M says, parking is very limited, with cars crammed in 6 deep and 3 wide, bumper to bumper. I thought it was 10 euros per day, but it may have gone up. The driveway is scary and looks like a shorter version of Hardknott and Wrynose Pass in Cumbria, which boasts the only 1 in 3 climbs (and descents) in England.