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Great area for sure- yet the hotel, or at least our room, was not kept up. Overwhelming smell of cleaning products, run down furniture, lights and noise keeping us up all night. I was glad management let us check out early.
This was going to be the highlight of our week in Sicily, our visits being to Catania, Ortigyia, Ragusa and Noto. Sadly though, this hotel turned out to be the most expensive and the greatest disappointment. We weren't in the main hotel but in a...More
We were here with a group and realized all the rooms are different with some much better than others. We had a studio that was now where as nice as the rest of the group but it was still fine. The biggest issue is how...More
Everything about this hotel seemed charming and high quality before we actually arrived. I had called before booking on their website to make sure we had a ground floor room (as my mom has trouble climbing stairs) and wifi access in the room (as I...More
After first harsh 5 minutes ( when the hotel concierge declined to help with the luggage) all went perfectly well. Hotel is located in a narrow alley, so the car has to be unloaded 50 m from the door. Hotel does not have elevator.
Response from Arran2014 | Reviewed this property |
There is also a limited amount of free parking much closer to the hotel, which is obviously very convenient (as well as being free) The colour of the lines on the streets denote if the parking is pay-parking, for residents... More
There is also a limited amount of free parking much closer to the hotel, which is obviously very convenient (as well as being free) The colour of the lines on the streets denote if the parking is pay-parking, for residents only, or free and for everyone. The colours are blue, yellow and white. I can not remember now exactly which is which. So maybe park near hotel when you arrive, and then quickly check with reception. (And at the same time, ask them where is the nearest free parking lines) Hope that helps? . -Arran