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Sicily - Siracusa (SR)

Bed and breakfast

Breakfast onlyBreakfast only
Pets AllowedPets Allowed
Air ConditioningAir Conditioning
Wi-Fi in the room and common areasWi-Fi in the room and common areas
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01/11/2020 01/01/2021 All days 1 STANDARD 1
- double - triple
per person

Reductions (valid with at least two full-paying people)

3° bed
From0 -6 years FREE
From7 -11 years 40%
From 12 and older 20%

Services included in the fee: Bed and breakfast

Overnight stay and breakfast buffet
Welcome drink
Cot to be requested at the time of booking subject to availability
Wi-fi available throughout the hotel

The fee does not include

Any tourist tax applied locally, extras in general and anything not specified in the paragraph "Services included in the fee"
Single room on request


Check in: from 2.00 pm 
Check out: before 12.00 pm
* In the event that customers come to the structure in greater numbers than what was communicated during the booking phase, the room / accommodation change will not be guaranteed as it is subject to limited availability by the structure.
If any change is possible, the structure will be entitled to request the payment of a supplement, to be paid on the spot, based on the hotel's list prices.


The structure is located in Siracusa. The elegance of the comfortable rooms, the courtesy of the service, always impeccable and refined, the security of professional assistance make it the ideal place for both business travelers, who will find here a favorable environment for planning and management of their commitments, both to families, and / or tourist and religious groups, which, taking advantage of its enviable strategic position, in the center of the city of Syracuse, will be able to make the starting point towards the most famous destinations, which are far away only a few steps on foot: Greek Theater, Sanctuary of the Madonna of Tears, Balza Akradina, Orecchio di Dionisio, Fonte Aretusa, Isola di Ortigia etc.


Comfortable and welcoming, the rooms all have: air conditioning, telephone, television, private bathroom, wi-fi internet connection, minibar, hairdryer and safe. The multiple rooms have flat beds.


Reception 24h, porterage service, lift, bicycle storage, bar, internet point, conference room, parking, baby-sitter service available, bike rental.

Animal friends

Small size admitted free of charge upon notification at the time of booking.


Check in: from 2.00 pm 
Check out: before 12.00

Syracuse and its surroundings

One of the most beautiful and largest cities in Sicily is Syracuse; with the islet of Ortigia stretches between the mainland and the sea and its coasts close to form two protected landings: the loop of the Porto Piccolo and the Porto Grande at the foot of the Iblei mountains. Its Sicilian name was Syraka, which means "abundance of water", precisely because it is rich in streams and marshy areas. Under the Greek domination it was also called "Pentapoli", since, formed by five large districts, it was the largest city in the Mediterranean, one of the major centers of Greek civilization and a civil and military power. Its size was comparable to that of Athens, Rome and Carthage. Many of its classical monuments are still visible, often incorporated into the structures of the modern city. To his memory are linked names such as those of Archimedes and Theocritus. It was founded in 734 BC by Corinthian colonists, for a long time in the hands of tyrants, Gelon before he made it large and powerful and then Hieron, who caused the city to reach the greatest splendor surrounding a court that welcomed the greatest poets and scholars of the time. Later, during the wars for domination over the Mediterranean, he won over Athens and succeeded in driving out the Carthaginians who had besieged and conquered other great cities of Sicily. Under Hieron II, Syracuse enjoyed a long period of peace, before the arrival of the Romans who conquered it in 212 BC despite the strenuous resistance and the ingenious war machines created by Archimedes. From that moment the decadence of the city began that was then occupied by the Arabs, whose traces have remained still in the form of the streets and the alleys of Ortigia; then it was subdued by the Byzantines; later the Swabians of Frederick II, who built the Maniace castle, alternated; then it was the Normans and finally the Aragonese, who dominated Siracusa.Today the oldest part of the city is on the island of Ortigia which houses the temples of Greek age: that of Apollo and that of Athena, incorporated in the cathedral.


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