Looking for a place to stay in Caltanissetta? Then look no further than Hotel San Michele, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Caltanissetta to your doorstep.
Rooms at Hotel San Michele offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and a lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel San Michele, free parking is available.
Close to some of Caltanissetta's most popular landmarks, such as Stazione Caltanissetta Centrale (0.9 mi) and Chiesa Ortodossa di San Calogero (0.9 mi), Hotel San Michele is a great destination for tourists.
If you are looking for a good French restaurant, you may want to check out Tastami - La RisToasteria - Caltanissetta while staying at Hotel San Michele.
If you’re looking for something to do, Abazia di Santo Spirito (0.8 mi), Santa Maria La Nova - Cattedrale di Caltanissetta (1.0 mi), and Museo Mineralogico di Caltanissetta (0.5 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel San Michele.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel San Michele as you experience everything Caltanissetta has to offer.
A large, modern hotel on the edge of town, used mostly by Italians, but good for tourists as a base for the Enna area. Good parking. Large well appointed rooms, and a good breakfast. The restaurant (closed Sundays) served excellent pasta and meat courses, the steak being very tender. Good Syrah wine from Erice. The staff were very friendly and gave us a complementary digestivo.
The hotel is old and need a renovation. It is located in the middle of nothing. There is one small market on walking distance. Restaurant in hotel is over-priced and with average food quality. Staff is not friendly. Solid wifi in the room.
Staff is very friendly and helpful, great hospitality, clean, very large but simple rooms. Also very spacious for people in a wheelchair! And good food. Nice ambiance and beautiful surroundings! Sicily is absolutely beautiful! Whe are concidering coming back in autumn
We stayed in this hotel in the late 90s and were pleasantly surprised. This time we noticed signs of an aging building that could stand an update. In spite of the physical decline the excellent service survives. The rooms are still very spacious, the beds comfortable, and the towels large and fluffy. The breakfast was satisfactory we enjoyed sitting on the balcony while having it. Our stay was during a local heatwave day time temperatures around 40 C. But the (quiet) air conditioning kept the room comfortably cool. The view from our second floor room was lovely.
It's an imposing building on top of a hill, but the architecture owes more to Le Corbusier than is appreciated today. All that concrete used in the construction should have a cooling effect but my room was stifling hot and when I opened the window I discovered I had a dead pigeon outside for company (a dead pigeon that not expired yesterday). However, despite this, the views are stunning especially in the morning as the rolling hills of central Sicily were incredibly photogenic especially with the sun rising over them. Of course there is an abundance of charm in a hotel like this, notwithstanding the cramped shower, the door-handle of the room which comes off in one's hand every evening, the worn-out decor of the interior and the classic 1970s feel. The lobby is very large and there are leather sofas to sink deeply into whilst using the wi-fi that doesn't quite reach the second floor rooms (or those even higher). The breakfast is adequate, with great coffee (as expected) and very attentive staff. There is a quirky charm to this hotel that can't be denied. A week is probably too long to stay but for a few days I would definitely come back.…