ALGILÁ ORTIGIA CHARME HOTEL SIRACUSA - hotel Syracuse Sicily
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean.
It lies on a seismic fault and has for centuries suffered earthquakes and eruptions. The island's most striking feature is Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. The coastline is beautiful. Two of the most visited attractions in Sicily are the Aeolian Islands and Taormina, with its spectacular backdrop - snow capped Etna. The largely mountainous interior is sparsely populated but the Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts are lush. !
The Algilà Ortigia Charme Hotel in Syracuse Sicily is one of very few hotels located on the islet of Ortigia. Ortigia, declared world heritage site by UNESCO, is linked to the mainland of Sicily and the old city of Syracuse by bridge.
The hotel's bedrooms and suites are beautifully appointed with a stunning combination of Sicilian period furnishings and contemporary designer items. From rooms decorated with magnificent four poster beds, antiques, and majolica floor tiles, guests walk out on to charming balconies from where to gaze out over the sea.
In this quite unique context, the little hotel, set within an old patrician residence, offers guests both old world luxury and the latest in modern technology.
Superlative Mediterranean cuisine prepared using only the finest, same-day-fresh, seasonal ingredients awaits guests choosing to dine at the hotel's highly acclaimed restaurant. A superb selection of Sicilian and Italian wines features on Hotel Algilà's wine list.