The Algilà Ortigia Charme Hotel is one of only a handful of hotels able to boast a central seafront position in Ortigia, the old historic town of Syracuse on the south east coast of the island. This recently restored 19th century building is an ideal place to engage with the diverse history and culture of Sicily.
This period residence has been restored to its original refined neo-classical elegance and converted into a small boutique hotel in the historic centre of Ragusa. Situated within walking distance to the town centre and close to the steps that lead to Ragusa Ibla, De Stefano Palace is the perfect melange of history and modern comfort.
Originally designed in 1908 by architect Robert Charles Ashbee, this prestigious English villa has now been recreated as The Ashbee Hotel carefully preserving the original features. The hotel is elegant, spacious and sumptuously furnished in a beautiful park-like setting with wonderful sea views close to the centre of Taormina on the north east coast of Sicily.
Set into the cliffside in Taormina on the north east coast of Sicily, Hotel Monte Tauro enjoys uninterrupted sea views spanning the Bay of Naxos to Mount Etna.
Villa del Lauro has been recreated into a small boutique hotel from an old Baroque style mansion house in the historic town of Ragusa in south east Sicily. Situated among the picturesque streets close to the steps accessing Ragusa Ibla, this hotel boasts a garden with a pool so is an ideal base for relaxation whilst exploring this interesting area of south east Sicily.
Situated in the heart of Palermo near the centre of culture, tourism and shopping, Hotel Federico II is a fusion of classic and innovative designs offering a good standard of accommodation. Being halfway between the Teatro Massimo and the Teatro Politeama, its enviable location provides easy access on foot to all the major attractions of this fascinating ‘City of Culture 2018’.