Finding an ideal charming hotel in Piazza Armerina does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Suite d'Autore, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, a sun terrace, and outdoor furniture while staying at Suite d'Autore. In addition, Suite d'Autore offers a lounge, which will help make your Piazza Armerina trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Palazzo Trigona della Floresta (0.0 mi) and Chiesa e Convento di S. Anna (0.1 mi), guests of Suite d'Autore can easily experience some of Piazza Armerina's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Piazza Armerina's popular seafood restaurants such as Ristorante La Tavernetta, Trattoria Da Gianna, and La Locanda, all a short distance from Suite d'Autore.
Should time allow, Piazza Armerina, Cattedrale di Maria Santissima Delle Vittorie, and Domus Artis are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Suite d'Autore puts the best of Piazza Armerina at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Perfect location overlooking the Duomo/ Rooftop terrace where you can eat breakfast, they also have a jacuzzi and deck chairs to sit and tan with 360 degree views of the town. Each room has it’s own unique design and artwork. Walking distance to all the main attractions and restaurants in town. We stayed there when it was 40 degrees and the whole hotel including our room was very well air-conditioned. Breakfast buffet has some delicious homemade sweets and cakes. Staff were very friendly and helpful and overall a very fun, trendy and unique hotel to visit.
Fantastic position in the centre of the old town. Each room has different art which makes it very interesting. The staff are friendly and efficient. There are many good restaurants close by and a bus service just outside to the temples.
The hotel is nicely placed on the top of the city in front of the Duomo. Hotel has a special look as part of an art gallery. Each room is decorated differently - this may be fun, but not adding too much services. Rooms are a bit noisy - you can hear other rooms, also night activity in the place in front of duomo can be heart very well. Service is friendly, but overall quality is average. If you want to be in city center, it can be a good choice. If you want higher quality and coming only for visiting the Roman villa (which is outside of the city) other hotels probably provide better quality level
We were stranded in Piazza Armerina when the buses were cancelled due to a snowstorm. We could not have found a better place to stay overnight. The rooms are decorated in a quirky and interesting fashion. We had a fantastic view over the snow covered Piazza Duomo. The room was warm and the bed comfortable. The receptionist spoke good English and was very helpful. He suggested where we could get a meal nearby, lent us a phone charger and arranged for a car to take us out to the Villa Romana del Casale the next day. We had been unable to find anyone prepared to take us out there due to the snow. Breakfast was included and was plentiful and tasty. Even after we had checked out the staff continued to be helpful - when we found that the buses to the coast were still not running and couldn't get any taxi companies to answer their phones, we rang and asked if the hotel could arrange transport for us, which they did.…
We stayed at this hotel one night November 2017. The owner was exceptionally welcoming and took time showing us the rooms available. The very nice fellow who served us breakfast speaks English well and was interesting to chat with.. The location of the hotel is perfect ...high up on the hill across from the Duomo....a short walk to the old town center. Driving to the location via GPS is close to impossible we ended up on the narrowest streets with a lot of difficulties turning around. We found parking in the street right near the duomo. I cannot say anything nice about the rooms....dirty, toothpaste splashed bathroom walls, mold on the tiles in the shower. Holes in the sheets on the bed, the duvet in the closet was losing feathers everywhere, dust caked in corners of the room... overall, very run down. The "art" idea was a good premise but it needs a total overhaul. The hall rugs are filthy. There are few outlets and they are over filled with electrical plugs.the duomo bells ring from 6 am to at least 11pm every 1/2 hour. I could not wait to get out of there.…
We arrived late in piazza armerina with nowhere to stay and were beginning to get desperate an hour or two after dark. We stumbled on this fabulous hotel, that can't be praised enough. It has only 7 rooms, all individually themed with distinctive names. The decor is truly imaginative and funky. We had great service and felt it was excellent value for money. Fantastic views onto square and cathedral. Stylish and tasty breakfast.
The rooms in this hotel are individually decorated, each with a different theme. The decor is very unusual and fun. Other people took photos, so you can see what it is like. The room we had was very comfortable with all the amenities. Our balcony faced the duomo square, which was lovely. Breakfast was good and was served on the top floor, with views to the countryside. I would like to particularly mention the excellent service. Both Hamed and Mamadi, who manned the reception desk, looked after us extremely well. Piazza Armerina is a good overnight stop for visiting the splendid mosaics at the Roman Villa nearby. It is a quaint old town. If you are driving beware the narrow streets.
Each room at this hotel has its own artistic motif good fun and well done. We also had a spa bath .There was a small but pleasant little sitting area off the breakfast room and a cafe and good restaurant next door. The little balcoy overlooked the square and duomo.The town is very hilly anf nearby are the wonderful mozaics of Castello Romano not to be missed.
Bizarre design - see all the photos, you either like that sort of thing or you don't. We did - took the traditional room with the four-poster down below and the spare bed up on a mezzanine level ( weird, right?) Yes, the handrail is lethal! Get over it. Location outside the duomo is extraordinary, in a good way, and you're in the dead centre of a very seriously medieval town. Breakfast is a stunner - you'll struggle to match it at lunchtime. And the driving that so many reviewers mention...courage my friends! Keep going uphill until there is no more uphill and then park. (If you can't manage that then you probably shouldn't be driving in Sicily.) You're there - ask anyone for the hotel, which you'll need to. Great fun.
Good customer service is all about meeting your customer's needs. Exceptional Customer service is anticipating needs before they are even expressed and Ettore, owner of Suite d'Autore delivered a specific piece of magic for us and also ensured our stay in Piazza Armerina was delightful. We traveled to Piazza Armerina on the bus from Catania. About 10km from the town our bus pulled over to the side of the road with engine trouble. The driver called the depot to get a replacement sent and we all were resigned to a wait of some time. All of a sudden a tall Italian gentlemen stepped onto the bus and asked for me by name. It was Ettore, the owner of the hotel and he had heard about the broken down bus and come to pick us up and drive us the rest of the way! We were stunned, amazed and grateful. He knew I was coming in by bus as I had emailed asking for directions to the hotel from the bus stop. While waiting to pick us up from the stop (which would have been great on its own) he heard from one of his friends that the bus was stuck on the side of the road and so came out to pick us up and also the friend of his friend who was also traveling on the same bus. We said arrivederci to the other passengers and enjoyed our drive straight to Suite d'Autore. As the other reviews have noted this is a fun quirky Art hotel that provides a unique accommodation. We stayed in the "Traditional" room with examples of Sicilian craft and a four poster bed. The staff were friendly and helpful and we had delightlful stay in this charming town. Ettore also looked after us the next day arranging rides out to Villa Romana. And then organising a driver to take us to Agrigento via a visit to Morgantina. While it cost more than the bus we had the opportunity to visit Morgantina and avoided the bus scheduling challenge between Piazza Armerina and Agrigento. So if you want a place that will provide a unique stay and has outstanding customer service book a night or more at Suite d'Autore…