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All reviewsrailway stationthe busdoor openinga short minute walkenclosed courtyardbeautiful patiocity centrejust round the cornerwhere breakfast is servedroom facingbus servicethe hotel staffbit datedrooms are beautifulbooked this hotelfirst floorhotel is located
We chose hotel villa Romeo because of its proximity to the bus station and airport. It is clean and staff were helpful but it's nothing special. Just your average hotel, which was just what we needed for the last night of our two week trip.
This is a great little hotel close to all the local sights. Our room had direct access to the court yard which was wonderful. The only downside to this hotel was the breakfast, otherwise it was very good.
This delightful hotel with English-speaking and well-informed staff is most centrally located, around the corner from Catania bus terminus and diagonally across from the train station & a Sushi restaurant (all-you-can-eat Euro11.90). Half way to bus drop in at the small Viniculture Association shop where...More
The room was spacious with a nicely remodeled bathroom. The breakfast that was included in the room price, was unusually large by Italian standards, with a great selection. The location was convenient to the train station and shuttle bus access to the airport.
We chose this hotel due to its proximity of the train station due to me recovering from a broken leg. The reviews on Trip Advisor were also a help in our choice. The hotel is stunning, the decoration befits it's former status as a palace....More
I'm not sure if the hotel had parking. We got the bus from the airport and got off at the railway station a few minutes walk away. We then travelled from Catania to Modica, Modica to Ragusa and Ragusa to Catania by public... More
I'm not sure if the hotel had parking. We got the bus from the airport and got off at the railway station a few minutes walk away. We then travelled from Catania to Modica, Modica to Ragusa and Ragusa to Catania by public buses. The cost was reasonable and we had no problems.