Excellent B&B located one block from the center of Ortigia. The host Francesca is happy to offer advice for your stay in Syracuse (and Sicily)
- large, clean roomwith private bath
- on the main road
- easy entry and exit
- good food and shopping all around (grocery store behind)
- free WiFi
Stephen from the world
The B&B Globetrotter Syracuse is located in a stunning corner of Ortigia Island, the town’s historical center. We are but …More
Wonderful B&B perfectly located on Ortygia (Siracusa). The B&B is in a beautiful old building right on the Piazza Archimedes, though our room was protected from any noise on the piazza by facing a quiet side street. The host was welcoming and helpful with recommendations for restaurants and itinerary. The room was well air-conditioned and comfortable. Breakfast was good and served in a cheerful, sunny room overlooking the Piazza.
Stephen from Williamstown MA
The Diana Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located in the centre of Syracuse, on the eastern coast of Sicily , very close to …More
Super service from the friendly, helpful, staff throughout our 5 night stay . Clean modern facilities and excellent cold buffet breakfast included ( cold meats and cheeses , pastries and bread , cereal, fresh fruit , coffee, tea and juice ) .
Perfect central location on Ortigia island for all attractions in Syracuse . Walls between rooms quite thin and internal noise does travel - but not unduly disturbing ( we had a quiet back of hotel 1st floor room looking onto a courtyard ). All in all would recommend as good value for its 3 star rating.
Malc and Linda from London
Located in the very heart of Ortygia , the historic center of Syracuse, Sicily , the hotel Gargallo welcomes guests inside …More
No view but large rooms and a great roof terrace. Couldn't be closer to the sights and sounds of the old baroque town of Ortygia. Some noise from the restaurant below but it does stop at a reasonable time. Fantastic breakfast and friendly helpful owners.
The Aretusa Vacanze Apartment is situated in the historic centre of Siracusa, just a few steps from the Aretusa Fountain and …More
All the positive comments that others have made are true. This was one of the best hotels - it is a hotel rather than a B&B - that we have ever stayed in. The location was superb: central, of historic interest, with a lot of life in the evening. The hotel fully deserves its high rating
If we were to return to Ortigia we would be very disappointed if we could not get a room here.
Seemakel from Manchester, United Kingdom
The B & B Charme La Via della Giudecca , takes its name from the neighborhood where it is, La Giudecca, one of the most …More
Travelled to the hotel by hire car and it is a bit daunting driving down the narrow streets of Ortygia and worrying about the car restrictions however, once we found the hotel the staff were great offering to park the car at a cost of 10 euros per night. Wandering around the island was a treat with numerous cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from and even if you got lost it didn't really matter as sooner or later you will come out onto one of the main streets. The main square with the Duomo is just around the corner from the hotel and although during the day had many tourist groups arriving, at night the local people are in abundance and there is a great atmosphere. Historic buildings, views out to sea friendly locals this is a great destination.
Rob from London
Restored property dating from 1880, set in Siracusa’s historical and artistic city centre, 50 metres from the cathedral …More
Great hotel, right by the sea. Staff were friendly and helpful, except that they forgot to order a taxi from the airport - but I probably should have phoned the day before to remind them. The room was very clean and spacious and worth the 15 euros extra for the sea view. Breakfast was delicious. For those who can't walk far, it was a 20 min walk to busses.
This romantic hotel is located in Syracuse (Ortygia), close to Palazzo Bellomo, Cathedral of Syracuse, and Temple of Apollo …More
We found the Grand Hotel Ortigia an ideal choice for exploring Siracusa. It is on the waterfront in Ortigia and within easy walking distance of all the many sights the island has to offer, as well as its shops and restaurants. The archaeological zone in central Siracusa with its magnificent Greek theatre and other sights took us a walk of roughly half an hour.
Our room was spacious and comfortable. The hotel staff was consistently pleasant and helpful. We ate well in the dining room both early in the morning and late at night.
We would most certainly go back.
P n D from Kingsville, Ontario
Located in the heart of Syracuse, this luxury hotel is near the beach and within walking distance of Temple of Apollo and …More
"Distinctive character & style in glorious setting"
Ortigia, the island town and most ancient part of Syracuse, is so achingly beautiful we saw models having a photoshoot in the street. The character of the town reflects its rich history, and the hotel captures the feel of this special place wonderfully.
The rooms and communal areas are decked in polished marble and mosaics with a flavour of Italy, Greece and African influences; the balcony has a view over the Mediterranean bay (and the area surrounding the Fountain of Aretusa - ask the locals) and the roof level bar and breakfast room offers stunning views across the medieval rooftops out to sea and mainland too. Breakfast was, by the way, as good as any we had in Sicily.
Our room was large and well equipped, and the balcony provided some lovely twighlight evenings accompanied by birdsong and fishing boats calmly drifting across the bay. A far cry from the busy streets of Catania or bustling cafes of Taormina.
The spa and pool was pleasant and relaxing but if you're an English couple with less experience of these matters than our European cousins, don't expect a massage treatment to be as medical and mechanical as we're used to - it's a little more soft and exposed!
Lewis from UK
Grand seafront hotel rising above an old harbour wall, less than 500 metres from the cathedral and historic Isle of Ortigia …More
Narrow alleys with character ,friendly locals who even knowing we were tourists spent the time talking to us and clearly enjoyed sharing their life. Close enough to walk to the Duomo , the market -absolutely fab with traders offering advice and bending over to be helpful be it only for a couple of hundred grammes of pomodori secchi.
Our roof top appt was spacious ,with a view out to sea great for relaxing on an evening and an early morning read in peace we were not disturbed by any noises from the street and area.The only down side was a shower cabinet which was too small for any one with a waist of above 32" Towels were changed every day and fresh soaps laid out.
Staff were very helpful and clearly took pride in the hotel.Simply we would go back again at the drop of a hat.
Neil from yorkshire
This romantic residence is located in Syracuse (Ortygia), close to Jewish Bath, Cathedral of Syracuse, and Temple of Apollo …More
Beatiful area, very friendly and helpful staff close to the warfe and market area.
walk to everything. Excellent breakfast. room was small but very comfortable and memorable !! Parking is about 200m from the hotel. Can't wait to go back !!
Kim & Jihn from Bendigo Australia
Housed in a turn-of-the-century property with an ornate stucco facade, this modern hotel is located one kilometre from the …More
Located on the quieter side of Ortigia within Syracuse, this is a gem of a hidden hotel. Great service, great rooms, and great interior. Some of the sea view rooms also look out over the sunrise on the sea in the middle of summer. Wonderful.
Darren from Manchester
This romantic hotel is located in Syracuse (Ortygia), close to the beach, Museum of Cinema, Cathedral of Syracuse, and Temple …More
On the plus side, the Artemide is very well situated in Ortigia - close to the sea, and walking distance to the central Piazza Duomo. The free Ortigia-round shuttle passes very close-by. Our room was very clean. We were surprised to find that breakfast was available in Piazza Archimede - a five minute walk from the B&B - and not on site. We were given tickets to present each day at the Bar Centrale. Very nice pastries both savoury and sweet available and coffee. However, breakfast only included one coffee and one pastry each. If you wanted more, you had to pay - coffee Euros 2.50 a cup and pastries from Euros 2.00. We are two coffee people, and it adds up on top of room rate. It turned out that it was very pleasant to have breakfast here and watch the world go by, but we should have been told in advance.
The big minus for the Artemide for us was the beds. The mattresses and pillows appeared to be constructed of bricks, and were the most uncomfortable we have ever experienced in any hotel or B&B. We suffered sleepless nights, as it was literally impossible to get comfortable. Such a shame - spoiled our stay. Other minus was we were asked to pay in cash - no credit card payment facility available.
Maxi from Marbella, Spain
This bed & breakfast is located in Syracuse (Ortygia), close to the beach, Museum of Cinema, Cathedral of Syracuse, and …More