1.31km from Istituto Professionale Di Stato Per I Servizi SocialiI have looked at other reviews which are incredibly mixed. We were actually moved here after our original B and B overbooked so when we arrived didn't have a room for us, you can imagine, very stressful! Anyway, they had a connection with the Hotel Villa Romana and so we ended up there. Yes, it isn't the most aesthetically pleasing hotel, it's on the main road through the town, the lift is very clunky, and the room was totally bland. However, it was clean, well situated, we had no problems at all with anything, the breakfast was standard but perfectly fine, and most of all the staff were absolutely lovely. Someone else mentioned the issue of language, and yes, we do speak Italian so I don't know if there might be a difficulty with the staff not speaking other languages but one of them certainly did speak English, as I do sometimes have to check out my Italian vocabulary as I am by no means fluent! We had a very funny conversation about Italian hand gestures and what they mean. We found the staff really helpful. The place was really quiet, I think we only encountered 2 other guests and I couldn't really understand why. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the hotel. Maybe people now are just going more for B and Bs or apartments, or if you have a car, Agritourismo. I would stay here again, definitely, so want to give a good review to balance out some of the negative ones, everyone is obviously subjective in their reviews, we are all looking for different things. This isn't the most amazing place to staybut it provides a good base which is all you need when going around as a tourist. Plus, Piazza Armerina is very lovely, and the hotel is right on the edge of the centro storico.