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Beach Hotels Near Syracuse

Beach Hotels Near Syracuse in Siracusa

4.2/5Very Good14 Reviews
0.44km from Syracuse
Very good, value for money
FromUS$101
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.64km from Syracuse
Property Location Located in Syracuse (Santa Lucia), La casa di Aneupe is minutes from Porto Piccolo and Piazza Santa Lucia. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Santa Lucia al Sepolcro Basilica and Madonna delle Lacrime. Rooms Stay in one of 3 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include complimentary bottled water, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds (complimentary) are available on request. Amenities Take in the views from a rooftop terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Dining A complimentary local cuisine breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
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5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.66km from Syracuse
Retro hotel
FromUS$75
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.75km from Syracuse
I just spent 4 glorious days at this b and b, hosted by sisters sabrina and claudia who went above all expectations to perfect my holiday and feel like i am in a family home .. but with lots of fun. Claudia prepares a gourmet breakfast with homemade cakes and savoury pastries plus fruit, yoghurt, local cheeses and salamis. Sabrina advised and helped me with any issue and arranged a wonderful on site massage in their massage room on the ocean. You can snorkle from the steps of this level, straight into the sea with coral and rocky groves. Mamalu serves, cleans, helps and smiles, a lovely guy from west africa and part of the relaxed scene. The rooms have what one hopes and expects, modern bathroom, coffee machine, minibar, gowns, slippers and luxury toiletries, flat screen tv, and views literally jutting out into the sea. The common living/dining area consists of a large room with terrace on the sea where breakfast is served, Nice place just to hang out with books and music. It suits solo travellers ( myself) couples, families with kids, is on the bus route to the island of ortigia (10 minutes) but still apart from the hustle and bustle, there is a lovely local seafood snd pizza restaurant 100 meters away, on a terrace overlooking the sea, i ate daily there, what more could one want.
FromUS$159
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.77km from Syracuse
I am sad to say I was deeply disappointed with this hotel. It was meant to be a luxurious child free holiday for my husband and I (the first time away from our toddler, so a big thing to organise and manage) and it was sooo not worth the trouble. I have pasted @secretescapes description below and listed our experience. I just wouldn’t want another person to pay so much and travel all the way to this place, that’s why I am writing this. 1. Unluckily for us we arrived when building work was happening right next door to the hotel and our room. Admittedly they seemed to be builders who tried to stay quiet- but building work is what it is. They started at 7am (6am UK time) and continued all day. This meant getting woken up early, not going on the balcony and not a relaxed vibe! 2. This spa hotel had a broken spa- which only was mended the night before we left. Also, even then we discovered (written in the small print apparently) one could only use the spa for 60mins at a time and it was €25 each time. This is very different from my experience of spas in the UK and Europe where it’s included in the hotel stay and all about relaxation and taking time to unwind. 3. No beach! There’s no beach accessible from anywhere near the hotel. The hotel is on a noisy, dusty back street. Although it overlooks the sea, it’s impossible to get down to the sea as it’s cordoned off and privately owned. Sadly the only way to get to a beach is to drive for 30minutes down the coast. Apart from these essential 3 points, the hotel and the holiday were okay. The city of Syracuse is very picturesque. The staff in the hotel were lovely. I had a massage that was brilliant. The hotel was clean and comfortable. It’s just a such a shame the essential ingredients were missing. Description on Secret Escapes: Deluxe suite (B&B) Show offer details From £62 £102 per person Based on 2 people per suite per night Hotel Details Beach bunnies will be in their element at Re Dionisio Boutique Hotel; the hotel is set on a small beach in Syracuse on the east Sicilian coast and stunning sea views prevail all over the hotel - not least from the private balconies of the newly renovated suites. If you’d rather take a dip in warmer waters, you’ll find a 10-metre long, heated Jacuzzi pool at the hotel, nestled away inside a natural cave. There is also a sauna and Turkish bath - boasting sea views, too, of course.    Unwind with a massage at the hotel spa, with the extensive list combining a range of techniques from all around the world - from chocolate to Californian, Ayurvedic to reflexology, there are seemingly endless ways to bliss out here. Amenities - Wi-Fi - Airport transfers (pre-booking required; at extra cost) - Laundry service - Air conditioning - On-call doctor - Spa and wellness facilities - Natural cave heated pool - Breakfast room - In-room seating and dining area How to get there Catania airport is just a 65 kilometre drive up the coast,
FromUS$224

Other Hotels Near Siracusa

4.7/5Outstanding7 Reviews
Siracusa|1.47km from downtown
The GHO wasn't our first choice in Siracusa, but when our chosen hotel cancelled us at short notice (no-one ever explained why...) and Expedia were offering reasonable rates, why turn down a 5* hotel? It also comes with the advantage of being very close to the entrance to Ortigia and has its own car park - so if you arrive by car, you don't need to navigate the maze of narrow streets and one-way system. The hotel is on the seafront, and the terrace restaurant on the 3rd floor provides wonderful views. Our room was split-level, with a sofa and TV upstairs. Our bed was comfortable, and we slept well. We didn't explore the public areas, apart from the restaurant. Breakfast was fine - a good selection, and hot food cooked to order. We also had dinner there a couple of nights - good seafood, and that incomparable view. Staff were very friendly and efficient, and the place seemed very covid-aware, with a one-way system, hand sanitiser everywhere, and only suitably protected staff allowed to touch any food until it was put in front of you. It hadn't been our first choice this visit, but it will be next!
FromUS$137
4.8/5Outstanding14 Reviews
Siracusa|1.16km from downtown
The hotel is stylish and has a parking lot in front of the hotel. We stayed in a triple room, with a double bed upstairs and a double bed upstairs, a bathroom downstairs and a shower upstairs. The breakfast is very rich, except for the ones you choose, you can do it alone, and the restaurant decoration is very artistic. The hotel is not far from the cathedral. The night before we went without rain, there was an umbrella in the front lobby of the hotel. The next morning, because of the rain, the front desk also helped to call the taxi to the cathedral. After the rain was wet, I was allowed to delay the check-out for one hour.
FromUS$203
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
Siracusa|3.99km from downtown
We booked a week at the Minareto from 6th October. There are two really positive things about the hotel - the stunning views of the bay to Ortigia and the staff who are mostly helpful. However, the negatives outweigh the positives as far as we are concerned. The weather was really stormy on our second night and the rain came in the front door and patio doors. I got up to find the floor flooded. We had to move the furniture and our possessions about to stop any damage. We reported it to reception and some cleaners arrived. They mopped it up and left towels on the floor which we had to put up with until the weather improved. There was no word of apology from a manager or anyone asking if our possessions had sustained any damage. The hotel is some distance away from local restaurants so unless you wish to drive into Syracuse there are one or two adequate places to eat, but after experiencing the breakfast we were very glad we did not pay to have dinner at the hotel. The cooked breakfast options were very limited (bacon, frankfurter and congealed scrambled egg) and they were never hot. There was a cook offering fried eggs or omelette to order but it was either undercooked or burned. My final complaint is with the overcharging for a bottle of wine which we only found out about when we paid the bill when we left. On our first night we asked the porter if we could buy a bottle of white wine to take to our room when we arrived after midnight. He drove us to our room on a golf buggy and got a bottle of wine and 2 glasses. When we opened the wine it was a fizzy rose. I was concerned what we may be charged for the (wrong) wine but we assumed it would be €30 maximum. The bill showed a cost of €45. I asked to speak to the manger. I also pointed out that the wine was rose and not on the room service list. The manager refused to see us but the receptionist offered us a €10 discount. My overriding memory - anger and feeling that either the driver or hotel had overcharged us for a very average bottle of wine. We would recommend going elsewhere - either to stay or have breakfast. It was not value for money at all compared with the last hotel we stayed in in Sicily. We would not recommend it.
FromUS$479
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
Siracusa|12.58km from downtown
We booked this resort via secret escapes for a family holiday which included our 10month old grandson. We wanted to explore Sicily and visit beaches but also historic sites . It looked beautiful and well located near Syracuse and beaches near by. Mostly it lived up to this. Although must stress a car is essential if you intend to go off the resort.It is at least a 10 minute drive to the nearest small town and any shops or eateries. Siracusa is 25 minutes drive and nearest beach 15 minutes. The hotel does not provide any shuttle or transport. The hotel itself is very charming..rooms are clean and spacious with good bathrooms shower only in standard/superior rooms. Niggles that lost points for us were lack of storage draws in the room for clothes etc..we stayed a week and struggled with where to put stuff. No kettle in the room was annoying especially as we arrived late and would have loved a cup of tea..complimentary water would have been nice . My daughter brought a travel kettle for the baby bottles just as well... Some of the outside spaces were starting to look a little tired in need of a lick of paint..plaster damaged on walls. The pool was large with plenty of sunbeds which we enjoyed and there was a shallow area for children. Food ..breakfast was good with a wide choice of fruit yoghurt pastries and some cooked items. Extras could be paid for like salmon etc. The resteraunt is not cheap about £35 a head food only and wine £30 plus a bottle..we found the menu very limited especialy as one person was vegetarian and portions very small. We tended to eat when out late lunch early supper.if you want an inexpensive meal there are a few good pizza places in Floridia 10 min drive or good choices in Syracusa. The pool bar serves toasties and a good salad at reasonable prices up to 6pm but is limited. Staff were lovely especially reception and Adriana deserves special mention..she was extremely helpful and gave lots of tips and advice on places to visit and eat plus wine tasting. For a short golfing holiday the resort is ideal. For a week family holiday we would probably not return here unless the above were addressed.
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Syracuse hotels Review

4.6/510 Reviews
We recently spent five nights here and had a lovely time. We were greeted warmly by Roberta who took the time to show us around and to offer many suggestions of things to do and places to go. The owner of the apartments also introduced herself to us another day but I'm afraid I forget her name. Excellent hospitality. The apartment was spacious and as we were upstairs at the end of the balcony it was pretty quiet too. Lots of facilities available in the kitchen area (nice to see recycling bins) and the use of the washing machine was really helpful as we had been travelling for a while already. The apartment was very comfortable with my only slight complaint that the air conditioning was extremely loud. Also nice to have a little balcony on the other side of the building as well for somewhere else to sit outdoors. The local area isn't much to see (sorry) but it certainly felt safe enough - we walked to Ortigia most nights to eat and drink and it's really not far at all. We hired a car for our stay in Syracuse and I can only recommend this if you are a very confident driver - there seem to be very few road rules in Sicily and the driving is at times, absolutely terrifying ! Overall, we had a lovely stay and would recommend this accommodation.
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FromUS$69
3.7/510 Reviews
I read some glowing reviews...I was shocked when I got there. The description sounds like a grand palazzo converted into a fabulous hotel. There is a small reception area. There is a breakfast room. Other than that its a stairway...or elevator....with a bunch of rooms off it with absolutely no personality. The room itself is barebones with little lighting. I had to open the shutters and curtains (although it was in the 90s and so understand why they want them shut) but it I needed the light. Rooms to me were a bit depressing. Its fine for a budget hotel but don't expect much beyond that. As for location....its a great location. I prefer staying right outside Ortigia for the parking alone. They weren't much help letting you know where to park...I found a lot a few blocks away where I left the car for two days.
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FromUS$93
4.1/510 Reviews
The location of the hotel is really great, right after crossing the canal of the Ortegia Peninsula. The reception staff is young, kind and very helpfull. The first surprise that greeted us was the "smallest" hotel room we ever encountered (the same reaction came from the couple of friends who came with us). The double bed in the center of the room (see attached pictures) filled about 75% - 80% of the room size and there was not much room to turn around. The second surprise was that "there is no wardrobe" and there is no bench / shelf where you can unpack your suitcase (except on the bed) and / or store your clothes. There is no connection between the pictures of the hotel rooms that appear on the hotel's website and / or Tripadvisor. The shower is quite small but it looked like it was recently renovated and apart from the size is quite good. The next morning we found quite a few people in the dining room which we think stayed "In another wing of the hotel" that is located elsewhere in the building. I am guessing that "in the other wing of the hotel" are the hidden rooms that appeared in the pictures on the hotel's website. Breakfast was a meal with all the ingredients of a typical Italian breakfast. In conclusion if you are looking for a room, for one or maximum two nights and are not afraid of a small crowded room this hotel can suit you.
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FromUS$114
4.4/513 Reviews
This Caportigia Boutique is not bad. It is also the most expensive hotel booked on this route. It has a sense of design, good quality of objects, and good service. The black doorman was very hardworking, and the breakfast was rich, not very cost-effective. High, but also worth the price. Probably because the hotel is a remodeled old building, the storey height is very high, plus the top decoration, it feels like a palace...hehe, overall it feels good. In addition, the location of the hotel is very good. It takes only a few minutes to walk to the old city after stopping the car, and it takes only a few minutes to drive to the Ruins Park.
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FromUS$153
4.5/55 Reviews
My wife and I stayed at this hotel, it was a trip deferred from April, so we were a little unsure about travelling in October. The hotel changed from the centre of Ortigia to the Algila and I have to say we were delighted with the trip. The hotel is in a great location and close to the sea to offer a great view and outlook from the balcony. The staff were so friendly and helpful, nothing seemed to present any problem to them and they were always pleased and keen to assist. It is a shame there is no outdoor space but most days we were on trips around Ortigia, the archeological park in Syracuse or the beaches further south along the coast. You can cover almost all of Ortigia in three days. I would recommend a trip to Noto and to the Marina, which is actually a beach and also Fontane Biache(?), which is smaller but still nice sand and clear sea. Hotel was great and we would visit again at some point, its about 1hr drive for the airport and close enough to a beach to travel by Taxi, which can be arrange through the Hotel, who can also provide beach towels. Great place to visit and an endless number of restaurants, all we visited were wonderful but for a truly magical evening dine on the Piazza Duomo looking at the Cathedral. We thought the prices would be inflated for restaurant in this spot but they weren't, so try it.
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FromUS$165
4.3/514 Reviews
Siracuse is an historic, God forsaken port city in deep south Italy, in fact in east Sicily. Maybe, just maybe, these circumstances explain the locals persistent indolence and no purpose rebellious attitude A clear example of this context is this hotel. I left early several more than once and every time I went through reception there was the invariable group of employees, lead by the owner or manager, gathering around a computer and passionately discussing trivialities, Italian style. Of course, no mask and no social distancing.In fact, it was not strange to catch an employee hastingly putting on a mask the moment he/she noticed a guest in the surroundings The hotel is centrally located but then the “centro historico” is rather small.Gran Albergo Alfeo sells itself as a four star establishment but tolerates one star behaviour such as clothes lines set up in the balcony of its most expensive rooms.Maybe that is because we are in Siracuse, Sicily,deep south of Italy, “l’altra Italia” as they say in Milan and with good reason. Breakfast is Spartan and service by a well coordinated waiters. Cleaning is fair and staff is friendly maybe because they are tollerated
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FromUS$82
4.5/55 Reviews
I am sad to say I was deeply disappointed with this hotel. It was meant to be a luxurious child free holiday for my husband and I (the first time away from our toddler, so a big thing to organise and manage) and it was sooo not worth the trouble. I have pasted @secretescapes description below and listed our experience. I just wouldn’t want another person to pay so much and travel all the way to this place, that’s why I am writing this. 1. Unluckily for us we arrived when building work was happening right next door to the hotel and our room. Admittedly they seemed to be builders who tried to stay quiet- but building work is what it is. They started at 7am (6am UK time) and continued all day. This meant getting woken up early, not going on the balcony and not a relaxed vibe! 2. This spa hotel had a broken spa- which only was mended the night before we left. Also, even then we discovered (written in the small print apparently) one could only use the spa for 60mins at a time and it was €25 each time. This is very different from my experience of spas in the UK and Europe where it’s included in the hotel stay and all about relaxation and taking time to unwind. 3. No beach! There’s no beach accessible from anywhere near the hotel. The hotel is on a noisy, dusty back street. Although it overlooks the sea, it’s impossible to get down to the sea as it’s cordoned off and privately owned. Sadly the only way to get to a beach is to drive for 30minutes down the coast. Apart from these essential 3 points, the hotel and the holiday were okay. The city of Syracuse is very picturesque. The staff in the hotel were lovely. I had a massage that was brilliant. The hotel was clean and comfortable. It’s just a such a shame the essential ingredients were missing. Description on Secret Escapes: Deluxe suite (B&B) Show offer details From £62 £102 per person Based on 2 people per suite per night Hotel Details Beach bunnies will be in their element at Re Dionisio Boutique Hotel; the hotel is set on a small beach in Syracuse on the east Sicilian coast and stunning sea views prevail all over the hotel - not least from the private balconies of the newly renovated suites. If you’d rather take a dip in warmer waters, you’ll find a 10-metre long, heated Jacuzzi pool at the hotel, nestled away inside a natural cave. There is also a sauna and Turkish bath - boasting sea views, too, of course.    Unwind with a massage at the hotel spa, with the extensive list combining a range of techniques from all around the world - from chocolate to Californian, Ayurvedic to reflexology, there are seemingly endless ways to bliss out here. Amenities - Wi-Fi - Airport transfers (pre-booking required; at extra cost) - Laundry service - Air conditioning - On-call doctor - Spa and wellness facilities - Natural cave heated pool - Breakfast room - In-room seating and dining area How to get there Catania airport is just a 65 kilometre drive up the coast,
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FromUS$224
3.9/510 Reviews
A budget hotel, opposite Syracuse railway station and just around the corner from the bus station, making it a good location from where to visit other parts of the island. It is also within walking distance of tourist sights in Syracuse and Ortygia. Rooms are kept spotlessly clean, with ample towels changed daily and our bed super comfy! All staff were pleasant and friendly, making our stay, in what initially seemed a somewhat seedy part of town, utterly enjoyable.
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FromUS$62
4.8/514 Reviews
The hotel is stylish and has a parking lot in front of the hotel. We stayed in a triple room, with a double bed upstairs and a double bed upstairs, a bathroom downstairs and a shower upstairs. The breakfast is very rich, except for the ones you choose, you can do it alone, and the restaurant decoration is very artistic. The hotel is not far from the cathedral. The night before we went without rain, there was an umbrella in the front lobby of the hotel. The next morning, because of the rain, the front desk also helped to call the taxi to the cathedral. After the rain was wet, I was allowed to delay the check-out for one hour.
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FromUS$203
3.8/510 Reviews
We really enjoyed this hotel with perfect location and private parking. The room was really big and not noisy that we could sleep with the windows open. The staff at the reception was really kind and offer to us free vouchers at the bar that we enjoyed cappuccino and granita for the boys with pastries. I will definitely come back to the Hotel Panorama with my family ! Many thanks
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FromUS$72
4.5/510 Reviews
I can only recommend this place! The B&B is clean and tidy, rooms are nice and bright. The staff is always polite and ready to help. The handmade cakes for breakfast are just delicious!! You will definetly feel at home here!!
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FromUS$88
4/510 Reviews
When we came to the hotel, we just left our things in the room and went out, which was a big mistake. We should had taken a better look and complain immediately. The room smelled funny but we said to ourselves that the building is old and we only paid 76 € for two nights so we would survive. When we returned in the evening, we saw that only one of the just two chargers was near a bed so we could not charge our phones comfortably. But again we said, it was cheap. Then I wanted to take a shower. It was disgusting. Not just outdated, it was rusty, moldy and falling apart. The bathroom felt dirty and one of the towels smelled very badly. It was already too late in the night to go complain and get another room. Somehow we managed to take a shower with the help of flip-flops and a lot of soap. It took about a minute for the water to heat up but then I realised that you could only use either cold or hot water and the jet was very uneven. After that we wanted to go to sleep and realised that the pillows smelled like they had been in a place where people had smoked for a long time. We slept without them even though the mattresses still smelled a bit like from smoking at the places where the pillows were. The beds were uncomfortable because there were strings and some kind of buttons on the mattresses. A few minutes in bed, we both started scratching ourselves. Our skin was getting itchier and itchier and we could barely fall asleep after about an hour. In the morning we packed our things up and went to check out. I would not stay in this place any longer, let alone a whole night more of itching. Outside in the terrace we saw that the equipment was in a very poor, outdated and dirty state. The chairs were pooped on by birds and it was obvious it was there more than a few days. I went to the receptionist and she returned our IDs and when I complained she was a little confused because she spoke English quite poorly but she was friendly and of course the problems were not her fault so I asked her to get the manager. The manager or owner or whoever he was, was a horribly arrogant and impolite man. We tried to tell him about the problems we had, but he would not listen and instead he told us that our money was not to be refounded but we could see another room and stay there if we liked it but we just did not want to stay in that hotel any longer at all. On Booking the hotel was not rated but a photo of the hotel implied that it had three stars because there was a board where Hotel*** was written at the front of the hotel so I asked him: "How many stars does this hotel have?" and he said he did not understand my question. I repeated and he muttered something about historical centre of the town and said he did not understand my question again. In disbelief I googled pictures of hotel stars and asked him the same question again showing him the pictures so he could understand. He started, very rudely so, telling us that if we wanted a better hotel we sh
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FromUS$54
5/511 Reviews
Retro hotel
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FromUS$75
5/55 Reviews
This 4 room hotel is very well located at one end of via Roma, close to Piazza Archimedes. They offer parking that is 200 meters away, very convenient. The hotel, every part of it, is beautifully designed. The room is spacious and bright with more than enough storage. The bed was very comfortable, and best of all even though via Roma is a busy pedestrian street, the windows are so insulated that when they are shut you don’t hear anything. There is a small balcony off room 2 ( large enough to stand on) and a really beautiful common terrace that’s a delightful place to eat breakfast, relax in the early evening (when it’s shaded) or to have a nightcap. Some snacks and tea are available 24/7. My only criticisms are that more information could have been given out at checkin (like we didn’t know at first how to access the street door because I wasn’t told there was a keypad off to the side) and we were really trying to get laundry done and it was never communicated to me that they could not do it (I had to keep asking). I expected a bit better at a luxe property. The breakfast was the most anemic of the hotels that I stayed at, but that didn’t really bother me much since I wasn’t usually hungry in the morning from the previous day! A beautiful property I would definitely stay at again.
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FromUS$212
4.5/510 Reviews
The B&B has a great location right on Via Roma in the heart of Ortygia. We experienced no noise from the street from our room, but couldn't vouch for other rooms. A few days before we were due to arrive we had a message asking if we would cancel since there were no other bookings. This was not possible (and at the time we were staying in another town in a B&B which also had no other bookings, but were happy to provide a full service). In the end they were able to accommodate us, but the included breakfast that we were expecting was replaced with a voucher for a single drink and pastry in a cafe across the road. Quite disappointing, and nowhere near what we were expecting. I feel we didn't quite get what we paid for.
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FromUS$85
5/51 Reviews
Staying in those apartments allowed me to feel like I am part of the Ortigia history. Beautiful decor, perfect area and lovely service of Gulia. Clean, well air conditioned, very comfortable bed. I really recommend this place when visiting Ortigia. I am looking forward to coming back.
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FromUS$122
4.6/510 Reviews
This is a marvellous B&B in the centre of the town, but with the most fantastic views out over the marina. Parking is about 10 mins walk away (15E per 24 hrs) and the B&B is just tucked around the corner from the main square. We were greeted very warmly, provided with glass after glass of cold water and lots of useful advice of where to go. The bed was comfy, bathroom well appointed and the air con worked well. It was everything we wanted. Breakfast was served just around the corner in a bar on the main square which provided a great people watching location in the morning. A great B&B, good value, helpful and with sea views. What more can you possibly ask for?
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FromUS$203
4.4/510 Reviews
Italiana Resort Maniace is located on Ortigia Island. It’s in the old city. A beautiful historic town. The B&B is in a perfect position to explore the whole island by foot. It is quiet, clean and comfortable. A generous sized room. A continental breakfast was included. A great stay!
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FromUS$96
4.7/57 Reviews
The GHO wasn't our first choice in Siracusa, but when our chosen hotel cancelled us at short notice (no-one ever explained why...) and Expedia were offering reasonable rates, why turn down a 5* hotel? It also comes with the advantage of being very close to the entrance to Ortigia and has its own car park - so if you arrive by car, you don't need to navigate the maze of narrow streets and one-way system. The hotel is on the seafront, and the terrace restaurant on the 3rd floor provides wonderful views. Our room was split-level, with a sofa and TV upstairs. Our bed was comfortable, and we slept well. We didn't explore the public areas, apart from the restaurant. Breakfast was fine - a good selection, and hot food cooked to order. We also had dinner there a couple of nights - good seafood, and that incomparable view. Staff were very friendly and efficient, and the place seemed very covid-aware, with a one-way system, hand sanitiser everywhere, and only suitably protected staff allowed to touch any food until it was put in front of you. It hadn't been our first choice this visit, but it will be next!
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FromUS$137
4.3/510 Reviews
Having had loads of experience with different level and style of hotels, I can very highly recommend Lakkios Residence. Location is great, perfect distance to explore everything. Ortygia is about 10-15 minute walk away which makes a lovely stroll, yet you are a bit away from all the tourists - which makes the place perfect for access but also much calmer. There is a road next to it, but I had no problems with the noise. Especially coming from much bigger cities. Upon arrival I was offered a room choice, for the same level of room but looking to the marina. Which was very kind and lovely touch! The area is also safe, even if you are a solo traveller. The place is very clean and very stylish. With little fridge, and coffee machine in the room, with airconditioning which is perfect if you travel in "colder" months - as I did - it serves as a heater as well. With the room looking towards the marina, I had absolutely no trouble with noise. I would say, it was almost too quiet :) I usually travel with ear plugs and haven't had to use them at all. The staff is extremely nice and kind and very, very welcoming. They are happy to help with suggestions or anything you would need help with - Thank you again for the warm welcome! :) 5+ stars :)
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FromUS$101
4.3/510 Reviews
The hotel is about a 10-15min walk to the Old Town (Ortiga) and about 20min walk to the Archaeological Park. Service was impeccably friendly and very responsive; my wifi had issues and they promptly reset the router which fixed the issue immediately. The room had ample space and had the relevant amenities, incl air condition. Shower was a bit old, small but clean. There are breakfast boxes available if you need to check out earlier. Great value for money!!
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FromUS$69
4.3/510 Reviews
We booked a double bed, and where given a twin room. Room and hotel is old-fashioned, a bit stuffy with thin walls but clean. The room had a window, but it faced a corridor and we kept curtains closed throughout as otherwise other guests can look inside the room whilst walking past. After I showered I found that bath towels were missing and I had to request them twice from reception. All in all nothing really bad, but also nothing that made our stay either outstanding or pleasant. Good central location. Breakfast had to be pre-ordered the previous day via WhatsApp due to Corona, so we went to the amazing Irma la Dolce next door instead.
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FromUS$122
3.9/510 Reviews
Myself and my partner had our first holiday in Sicily. We had a wondrful time, loads to see and do. The hotel is pleasent, clean and tidy. Our room was basic, but comfortable. I was a little disappointed the pictures didn't match reality. There wasn't a mention of the roof terrace and not all facilities seemed to be available. However, the staff are amazing, super helpful and will do everything they can to make your stay wonderful. I will say, it would be helpful if the hours of check in at reception are noted on the website. We were not notified reception was so limited and last check in was at 7pm. Also, the contact details on Loveholidays is incorrect. This needs to be updated. Our stay was reduced to 3 nights as had to pay extra for another hotel due to reception being closed when we arrived. Make sure you get flights which allow for the check in times at the hotel. Other than this, we had a wonderful holiday and are looking to come back next year.
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FromUS$70
4.8/510 Reviews
One of the best 3-stars we’ve ever enjoyed—probably the very best. Martina runs a terrific hotel. The rooms are gorgeous, the bed huge and comfortable, the bathroom spacious. Martina herself was terrific about orienting us when we first arrived, and very helpful with all our questions about Siracusa. She’s incredibly generous and informative—among other things, she sent us to an authentic Sicilian seafood restaurant outside Ortigia that was fantastic. Breakfasts were excellent, and we appreciated the fact that Martina encourages her guests to converse with one another. We met two lovely couples here and shared a lot of information with each other about our experiences in Sicily—some of which turned out to be incredibly valuable later in our trip. The location can’t be beat: we normally like to stay away from the heart of things because we value quiet over restaurant and bar noise, but this hotel is amazingly well sound-proofed (with the one exception of the glass recycling guys who came around before 7 AM one morning). It would have been demoralizing to stay outside of Ortigia and walk in, since the neighborhood just beyond the bridges isn’t all that attractive. Parking is not a problem; we stayed in the Talete parking lot, which was easy to find. We really loved our three days in Siracusa, and Maceò is one big reason why. This hotel has our highest possible recommendation.
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FromUS$138
4.6/510 Reviews
I just spent 4 glorious days at this b and b, hosted by sisters sabrina and claudia who went above all expectations to perfect my holiday and feel like i am in a family home .. but with lots of fun. Claudia prepares a gourmet breakfast with homemade cakes and savoury pastries plus fruit, yoghurt, local cheeses and salamis. Sabrina advised and helped me with any issue and arranged a wonderful on site massage in their massage room on the ocean. You can snorkle from the steps of this level, straight into the sea with coral and rocky groves. Mamalu serves, cleans, helps and smiles, a lovely guy from west africa and part of the relaxed scene. The rooms have what one hopes and expects, modern bathroom, coffee machine, minibar, gowns, slippers and luxury toiletries, flat screen tv, and views literally jutting out into the sea. The common living/dining area consists of a large room with terrace on the sea where breakfast is served, Nice place just to hang out with books and music. It suits solo travellers ( myself) couples, families with kids, is on the bus route to the island of ortigia (10 minutes) but still apart from the hustle and bustle, there is a lovely local seafood snd pizza restaurant 100 meters away, on a terrace overlooking the sea, i ate daily there, what more could one want.
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FromUS$159
4.5/510 Reviews
We spent 4 nights here in early February. The city is quiet at this time of year but it's a really nice time to visit and this was a perfect place to stay. Our room on the second floor overlooked the ocean (from across the street). There was a wind storm while we were there and the waves were wonderful and intense at times. The staff members are excellent, helpful, and offered good suggestions for restaurants and places to visit. There isn't an elevator but staff member Davide carried our luggage to our room. This was our third visit to Ortigia and Domus Mariae our favorite of the places we've stayed. It's a bit out of the city center but that's part of it's charm. Breakfast is served across the street at Domus Mariae Bennessere. It was good with fresh-made cakes, pastries, homemade yogurt, delicious jams and more. Be sure to ask to see the Church of St. Filippo Neri in the same location. The bathroom is spotlessly clean though the shower ensemble was a bit odd but functional. There is a TV in the room with International channels and the WiFi was good. We were very happy with our stay here and will return on our next visit to Ortigia! Thank you!
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FromUS$154
4/510 Reviews
On our 7th visit to Ortiigia we could not book our usual preferred hotel and I remembered a friend had stayed here and so booked. As the title suggests, I now wonder why we waited so long. A converted Palazzo built around a courtyard it also houses, in a basement what is probably the oldest Mikvah in Europe. The rooms a large and airy, ours was a small suite with a living room, compleate with a stone fire place, and terrace with views across the rooftops to the sea. Very clean and comfortable, the whole building oozes charm and history. Two things to remember: There are no lifts and stairs are quite steep and the property cannot be approached by a car. The nearest point to be reached is about a 50 meter walk. Service is polite, friendly and with a smile and we will certainly return.
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FromUS$116
4.5/510 Reviews
My husband and I stayed for two nights in this neat little hotel in Siracusa. We liked the location - just over the bridge in Ortiga and by the water, but on a quiet street off the beaten track. We parked on the mainland in a public lot close to the bridge and walked our suitcases over to the hotel - very easy - and while it turned out there was parking just outside the hotel on the day we arrived, we were pleased that we had opted for a public lot where we did not have to worry about parking in restricted zones, the car being broken into or damaged in on-street parking, etc. There is a lift up to the hotel which is great for transporting luggage, Our room was simply but pleasantly appointed (everything white and blue), clean, with a large window/door overlooking the water, and a nice bathroom. The hotel is within easy walking distance of all the major sights. Staff were pleasant and helpful, and the breakfast served in a pleasant, bright dining area, with the option to eat outside on the terrace, was excellent. Highly recommended.
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FromUS$91
4.4/510 Reviews
Ha ING jyst returned from a visit to Sicily we were so impressed with this hotel from the rooms to the breakfast and most of all the staff. Our room was so spacious lacked a little storage in terms of drawers but we had slippers dressing gowns all the toiletries you could imagine and the all important air conditioning. Whilst breakfast was a strange experience initially with COVID the choice was exceptional and the staff were amazing. The pool area was beautiful and mist days we had the place to ourselves. Want to call out Manuela Federico and Letitzia all were amazing so helpful and spoke perfect English. Beautiful bakery within walking distance but limited bars due to COVID a lot of places weren't open or had gone out of business. We had to talk taxi journeys into Ortigia but that was well worth it. What a beautiful place so much lovely architecture bars restaurants and lovely people. A call out to Forte Campana restaurant fantastic food and such good value for money. Had an excursion with Marco to Ragusa Modica and Noto what a fantastic day. I must admit we were nervous given the current pandemic but cannot fault the hotel taxi drivers etc for kepping everyone safe. Would highly recommend
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FromUS$96
4.7/510 Reviews
I booked the Suite on the top floor at B&B Porta Marina, Ortigia, and it was perfect. Not only was the room spacious but the private terrace where breakfast was brought each morning was the icing on the cake. The welcome we received from Simona on arrival was wonderful, with a glass of freshly squeezed blood orange juice and a fount of information on what to do, all delivered with great enthusiasm and genuine charm. The suite was everything we hoped it would be and offered privacy with stunning views over the harbour, the location of the B&B Porta Marina couldn't be beaten. Simona arranged a taxi to collect us from our hotel in Noto that dropped us off at the front door of our accommodation. It wasn't just a taxi ride but included a detour to see some of the most interesting placed en route by the friendly driver, Giancarlo. Breakfast each morning was a sight to behold consisting of a wide range of fruits, cold meats and cheeses, hard boiled eggs, yoghurt, juice and fresh coffee. We specifically asked for no cakes but if we had wanted them, a wide selection would also have been available. Each morning we looked forward to the breakfast and it never disappointed. The final morning, Simona arranged to print off our boarding passes for our flights back to London and willingly offered us a late check out as the room was available. If you haven't been to Ortigia, put in on your list of places to go for three or four nights, it is picture postcard, oozing character and quality and take my advice, if you can get the suite on the top floor, snap it up and don't look anywhere else, despite the fact that you have to climb the stairs.
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FromUS$131