The hotel is situated on a hill with long views on one side towards the coast. The rooms and common areas have been recently decorated and are kept very clean. We had a superior room but this still did not get you a seating area except for the bed or the patio chairs outside and the room was fairly small and had rather limited storage. You have to ask to have your air-conditioning turned on by Reception which is not explained anywhere that we could see, and when it was turned on, we then woke overly hot in the middle of the night to find that the air-con was off again. I would rather pay a few pounds more per night and have full use of the air-con.
Dinner in the restaurant was good, breakfast was O.K. and the hotel has a nice central courtyard with seating which is protected from the wind and provides a pleasant haven. The hotel's winery produces decent red and white wine which you can sample and buy. Staff were excellent.
Traveller from Leicestershire, U.K.
Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Mozia Line Ferry, Ettore and Infersa Salt Museum, and …More
This is a beautiful place. Perhaps because it is out of the way (near Marsala) and perhaps because the economy in Italy is not so good, it seems they have trouble filling the rooms. We very much enjoyed the lovely pool, plantings, and room, and the restaurant cooked up a terrific meal with an inexpensive but spectacular Sicilian Nero Davolo.
Situated in Marsala, this farm stay is within 9 mi (15 km) of Mirabile Museum, Donnafugata Winery, and Cantine Florio. Rallo …More
The BB is 200 years old but has been redone only a few years ago. It looks like a hacienda in the South West of the US but so does the landscape in that part of Sicily. Lots of cactus, but then again, there are the olive trees. The hotel is walking distance to a place to swim in the Mediterranean if you like shallow water. The curving road to it from Marsal and Trapani is beautiful. If you don't have a car you are out of luck, but with one, this is an ideal spot to stay.
Traveller from Rock Hill, South Carolina
Situated near the airport this hotel is in the city center.More
We would definately recomend this hotel. Approaching through Marsala we were apprehensive as the general area seem unimpressive but the hotel and grounds are a welcome oasis. No shabby chic here. It's a hotel that is full of charcter that is also well maintained. Reception staff were v. hepful. We had dinner on the terrace overlooking a walled garden, v romantic, served by friendly smiling waiters. Breakfast, with an amazing variety of pastries, was served by the pool. The down side of our stay was that we arrived just after 6 pm and the pool closes at 7pm (swimming caps must be worn but they can be purchased for 2.50 euros). We were only staying over night for a pit stop, as we toured the island, but it is the one hotel that we would like to have spent more time at to just relax in the setting.
Traveller from Cheltenham. England
Situated in Marsala, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cantina Pellegrino, Chiesa Madre, and Museo degli Arazzi. Palazzo …More