This hotel has the look and feel of a family run business who really care about the comfort of their guests. The staff were especially accommodating and helpful. only a short walk of 20 minutes to the wonderful Ortygia area of Syracuse and a wonderful restaurant just up the road.
Bob from sydney
Situated in Syracuse, this hotel is close to Santa Lucia al Sepolcro Basilica, Museo Archeologico Regionale Paolo Orsi, and …More
The Hotel Vittorio is an acceptable hotel in a location that should only be visited if you go in the summer and want to stay on the beach. I though I would find a nice small fishing village with waterfron restaurants and picturesque views. That was not the case. This is a working fishing town and the only restaurants were along the main road well away from the water.
If you stay at the Hotel Vittorio in the summer months, make sure you get a room away from the water - don't ask for a water view. that side of the hotel faces a nice plaza with several bars - and noise nearly all the night. Opt for the other side of the building with access to a large balcony that also provides a more distant but acceptable view of the water.
algis from Atlanta
Situated in Portopalo di Capo Passero, this hotel is close to Tauri Castle. Area attractions also include San Lorenzo Beach.More
"Very Disappointing, Dirty Exterior, but Nice View"
We were really looking forward to staying at this B&B with it's stunning location and view. However, we were very disappointed. From afar the house is lovely, but it is only when we drove up that the reality is pretty remote from the promises it makes. The approach is through a public carpark as it is a view place for local people, and the driveway of the house is tatty and untidy. We were welcomed by four very straggly dogs barking at us as we drove in. The welcome by Antonella was lovely and friendly, and we had coffee together in their family kitchen. However, when she showed us to our room, we were surprised at the dirt on the stairs to the guest bedrooms. The rooms are quite nice, although the bathrooms are not ensuite, and we would have had to share had we not been the only guests. We felt that the bed was not as clean as it should have been either. At breakfast we met Vicenzo for the first time, who barely acknowledged us, although we greeted him. Breakfast was very chaotic as the children were getting ready for school, so was not a calm experience. We cut short our stay as we did not feel comfortable.
Traveller from Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, UK
Situated in Noto, this bed & breakfast is close to Church of San Domenico, Villadorata Palace, and Nicolaci Palace. Local …More