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Modica Boutique Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Modica

Modica Boutique Hotel is set in Modica and features a restaurant. The property features a fitness centre, as well as a bar. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk and room service for guests. Great breakfast. Staff very kind

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9
Superb
2,100 reviews
Price from
£67
per night

Casa Nostra Boutique Hotel & Spa

Hotel in Monte di Pietà, Palermo

Located in Palermo, 500 metres from Palermo Cathedral, Casa Nostra Boutique Hotel & Spa provides accommodation with a shared lounge, private parking, a terrace and a restaurant. Everything was absolutely perfect: the room, the service, the spa, the massage (thanks Floriana!), the amenities, the gym, the restaurant! This dinner surprised us a lot! We had no idea how good it would be. We had fish and steak - both FABULOUS - and the chef gave us amuse bouche and dessert. Would recommend to everyone.

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9.2
Superb
1,349 reviews
Price from
£197
per night

Itria Palace 4 stars

Hotel in Ragusa Ibla, Ragusa

Situated in the Ragusa Ibla district of Ragusa, Itria Palace is 32 km from Marina di Modica. With a bar, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Great location. Rooms are small but clean. Great view on Ragusa Ibla. Public parking near by. Bathroom very special. Did not expect that. Breakfast was the best we had in Sicilia in 7 days. All kinds of meat and cheese. Cereals Fresh fruits and a lot of cakes and biscuits. Coffee was also great. Overall perfect experience. Also the price was surprisingly OK

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9
Superb
2,282 reviews
Price from
£61
per night

Room Of Andrea Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Trapani City Centre, Trapani

Set in the Trapani City Centre of Trapani, Room Of Andrea is located 1.4 km from Trapani Port and 3.3 km from Funivia Trapani Erice. Good value and excellent location. Fantastic facilities and excellent staff. We'd stay there again, without question.

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9
Superb
1,877 reviews
Price from
£92
per night

Domus Maris Relais Boutique Hotel

Hotel in Sciacca

Domus Maris Relais Boutique Hotel has a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and bar in Sciacca. Friendly staff. Nice restaurant.

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9.3
Superb
1,292 reviews
Price from
£65
per night

Airone City Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Catania

Offering free WiFi throughout and a summer outdoor pool, Airone City Hotel is in Catania, 4 km from its historical centre and Piazza Duomo. The staff was amazing. Rooms were large. The whole place was cozy with a chilled, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

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9
Superb
1,611 reviews
Price from
£98
per night

Central Gallery Rooms- Palazzo D'Ali' Staiti XIX

Hotel in Trapani City Centre, Trapani

A 5-minute walk from Trapani Harbour, Central Gallery Rooms offers modern-style and colourful rooms with air conditioning. Perfect location and nice view from the window. Everything is accessible in a short distance. The room was spacious and clean. Great selection on the breakfast buffet. Nice restaurants nearby .

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9
Superb
2,630 reviews
Price from
£57
per night

San Giorgio Palace Hotel Ragusa Ibla 4 stars

Hotel in Ragusa Ibla, Ragusa

San Giorgio Palace is a boutique hotel in Ragusa Ibla, 15 km from Modica. It offers panoramic views of Santa Domenica Valley and rooms with free Wi-Fi. A sweet breakfast buffet is provided daily. What a wonderful beautifl surprise! I would love to spend a week here!

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9
Superb
1,491 reviews
Price from
£64
per night

Villa Athena Resort 5 stars

Hotel in Agrigento

Villa Athena, a modern 5-star hotel, is located within Agrigento's Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Splendid location a short walk away from the Valley of the Temples. The view of the Valley of the Temples from the hotel is truly exceptional.

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9.2
Superb
1,106 reviews
Price from
£258
per night

Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes 5 stars

Hotel in Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes is an elegant Art Nouveau building, right outside the restricted traffic area. It is a 5-minute walk from Palermo’s Massimo and Politeama Theatres. The hotel and location was great! Friendly and helpful staff. Hotel ambiance really beautiful.

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9
Superb
1,021 reviews
Price from
£229
per night

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An Island of Intrigue

The largest Italian island, Sicily has long been a place of mystery and intrigue, coveted by civilisations. Its Greek history is most evident at Agrigento whose UNESCO World Heritage-listed Valley of the Temples has amazingly well-preserved Greek temples.

Also important to Greece was Siracusa. Archimedes was born here and there is a theatre and necropolis to explore. However, the most spectacularly located Greek theatre is at Taormina. Set on a hill overlooking the glorious Mediterranean Sea, this theatre points towards Mount Etna smoking away in the distance above Catania. Picturesque Taormina is one of the most popular Sicily resorts and down below there are some wonderful Giardini Naxos hotels on the beach, available on Booking.com.

Another resort boasting some of the best Sicily hotels for families is fabulous Cefalù. Home to a lovely beach, this small town is dramatically located at the foot of a mountain. To the north-west are the Aeolian Islands (also known as the Lipari Islands), volcanic islands with plunging cliffs and secret coves.

Back on the main island, the capital Palermo is a seductive mix of amazing architecture and laidback life. Trapani to the west is known for its salt flats, whereas Messina to the east is where trains drive straight onto the ferry to Reggio Calabria on the Italian mainland.

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