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Hotel Le Calette

Hotel Le Calette Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This elegant waterfront hotel provides a relaxing getaway, with its highlight being sweeping ocean vistas. Highlights here include the tranquil outdoor pool, surrounded by luxe loungers, an array of dining options (including a free breakfast buffet), and children's amenities such as a playground. The rooms are simple, yet comfortable and offer stunning views from their private balconies. Both families and couples are attached to this resort for its small beach and peaceful atmosphere.

Antica Badia Relais Hotel

Antica Badia Relais Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

A former palazzo built after the earthquake of 1693 and transformed into a small hotel three centuries later, this property has plenty of opulence balanced with modern, stylish touches. The luxurious amenities include two restaurants and a spa, and each of the 12 flower-themed guestrooms has antique furnishings and its own unique look. While there are plenty of attractions near the hotel, including the Piazza San Giovanni, it’s a bit of a steep hike to the old city.

Villa Zina Park Hotel

Villa Zina Park Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This mid-size, four-pearl hotel has a modern, resort-like feel with a number of amenities, including a beautiful pool area, a large restaurant, a spa, and sports fields. The inland location means it’s necessary to have a car, though the property is also central to local destinations, including the ancient city of Erice, about 30 minutes away. In the summer, a shuttle takes guests to the beach. Rooms are clean and modern; some have private balconies and whirlpool tubs, but the decor isn't all that memorable. This is a good choice for those who want a convenient and quiet holiday while keeping costs low with freebies like Wi-Fi, parking, and breakfast.

Hotel Poggio del Sole Resort

Hotel Poggio del Sole Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

If you don’t mind driving, the Poggio is a comfortable getaway outside of Ragusa that blends the beauty of Sicilian farmland and the elegance of a 19th-century manor. The property has been dolled up with modern flair and resort conveniences, including an outdoor pool, a spa, a bar, and restaurants. It's ideal for weddings or corporate events, as there is both a meeting room and a large amphitheater. All in all, it’s a great value compared to places closer to town.

Borgo Don Chisciotte

Borgo Don Chisciotte Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Though you would never suspect it from the outside, the four-pearl Borgo Don Chisciotte is a grand property with impressive amenities, including a sleek and well-outfitted spa. Its 132 rooms are elegant and have hardwood floors and rain showers -- some also come with whirlpool tubs. The barren outside lacks the landscaping befitting of a resort, so the large outdoor pool loses some of its luxury in the daytime. Travelers not looking for a spa, and who want something that looks a little chicer, might prefer the nearby Pietre Nere Resort.

Baia Samuele Hotel Villaggio

Baia Samuele Hotel Villaggio Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For families and vacationers who want easy access to dining and activities, Baia Samuele is a solid choice. This all-inclusive property gets crowded and is particularly popular with Italian families. Even when the lobby or breakfast buffet is packed, there is always a respite to be found somewhere. The property has beautiful patios, an Olympic-sized pool, getting a spa, and a huge fitness area, as well as a private beach. Rooms are clean and cheerful, though they don't live up to the four-star advertising. Note that the hotel is rather isolated, with the nearest town a 10-minute drive away.

Cefalu Sea Palace

Cefalu Sea Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This funky, modern seaside hotel stands out amongst its traditional Mediterranean-style competitors with clean rooms and interesting decor. Though rooms aren't particularly upscale, they are large and feature balconies. Families may enjoy the large pool and location across the street from the beach, but the Sea Palace mostly attracts couples with its on-site spa, elegant restaurants, and waterside bars.

Romano Palace Luxury Hotel

Romano Palace Luxury Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Romano Palace Luxury Hotel is a solid upscale option for couples who want to relax by the luxe pool and sandy beach while avoiding the bustle of downtown Catania, which is just a 10-minute drive north. 60 acres of garden grounds, an Egyptian-style bar, and a rooftop terrace where free breakfast is served (Prosecco and strawberries, plus fresh pastries) give guests a taste of luxury. But the so-called spa is just a single massage room and the pricey beach facilities are across the street. Rooms are very clean while immaculately tiled bathrooms come equipped with full bathtubs. Views vary depending on the cost.

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 127-room Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa is located in a restored former bank building -- and a convent before that -- in the heart of the old city. The property opened in 2010 after a five-year renovation and it retains many original architectural details, including the vault with the security door, but has been stylishly updated. A beautiful courtyard off the lobby, surrounded by columns, has a retractible roof. Wi-Fi can only be used in the lobby and isn't available in the large, stylish rooms. A central location puts the hotel within walking distance of the city’s attractions, and overall it is a good choice for tourists or business travelers.

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Grand Hotel Villa Igiea offers a magnificent and ornate example of Sicily's 19th-century architectural history. Visitors have noted that this is considered one of the best, if not the best, hotel in Palermo. While it is luxurious, there are some aspects of the property that could use updating, particularly the furnishings in individual rooms. The grounds, however, are spectacular. The outdoor pool was built to incorporate ancient stone ruins. Inside, there’s a romantic bar with vaulted stone ceilings and wall frescoes and a restaurant replete with glass chandeliers and 19th-century oil paintings.


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