Hotel Condor

Address: Via Dietro Cappuccini 25, Taormina, Sicily, 98039, Italy | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Via Dietro Cappuccini 25, Taormina, is near Greek Amphitheater (Teatro Greco), Caffe Wunderbar, SAT Group Tours, and Palazzo Corvaja.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Condor Taormina

    Reviewed by triciasblog

    Hotel Condor

    Reviewed Sep 24, 2014
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Beautiful hotel, spacious and clean. In a fantastic position overlooking Taormina

    Hotel Condor
    Palermo, Italy

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    Reviewed by kateandglen


    Reviewed Jul 9, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Really enjoyed it and the staff were lovely. Breakfast was awesome sitting out on the roof top terrace looking out at the view!

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    Reviewed by pwong

    Simple Accommodation in Pricy Taormina

    Reviewed Jul 18, 2012
    by (104 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

    Very friendly and helpful staff, and a decent location only a short walk from Taormina's main pedestrian strip. Simple and clean accommodation with a good rooftop patio. I can't say it's great value because Taormina is a very expensive place to stay, but it's probably a relatively decent value for this town.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Condor Taormina



    When we pulled up to the hotel we were impressed by this little charming hotel. The owner couldnt be more accommodating and gave good advise on getting around. The terraces are lovely with a fantastic view. The furniture could have used a little sprucing up but I would'nt hesitate to stay there again.

    Forget about breakfast!


    Basically the rooms were nice, however the breakfast was so disappointing, prepare yourself for the most unappetising concotion ever! We were given one bread roll and a couple of jam spreads. Staff (female) were very unfriendly and pretended not to speak English even though they managed to converse earlier perfectly well when we tried to request our "continental breakfast". What a shame as this hotel had such potential. Eat outside the hotel for breakfast if you need to eat something substantial as it really was not enough. And don't try to reason with the staff as they appear to get very offended even if you offer any constructive feedback. You have been warned.....

    Nice 2-Star w/ Ocean View


    We stayed at Hotel Condor at the beginning of Sept (2004). This is a nice, 2-star budget hotel. It is definitely 2-star quality, but clean with nice staff. What makes it above average is the view. We had an ocean view room. The room was small-medium sized (based on the size of the average European hotel room). The bathroom, and the shower, were quite small, but it helped that there was a removable shower faucet. A/C is included. It is a little bit of a walk up a hill, a little out of the way, but nothing is too far away given the size of Taormina. The main stretch is probably the equivalent of 2-3 blocks away. We didn't have a car, but they have parking, which I think can be hard to come by in Taormina. Breakfast is on a pretty terrace with ocean views, it consists of bread, juice and a hot drink. There is internet access but we didn't use it, we were told you buy some sort of a card for 6 euro for internet use, but I'm not sure how much time that gives you. Overall it's a nice budget hotel with great views.

    Idylic stay


    A very pleasant surprise and wonderful three days. We did not want to leave. We were traveling on a budget for four weeks with our two teenage boys, (a contradiction in terms) so we had many comparatives: this was our favorite hotel. We found that the room we had booked was really a suite with two bathrooms and a very large room that was separated by sliding doors. The location in town was excellent, a block or so off the main drag so it was quiet, but very close to the amenities, sights, and the funicular. (the town itself is beautiful). The views from the roof-top terrace (which was spacious and quiet with lots of deck and lounge chairs) were gorgeous both during the day and in the evening. Breakfast was served on another terrace just below the roof-top one and with the same breathtaking views, an amazing way to start the day. The owners and staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful, excellent hosts, all spoke at least a little English. They took a personal interest in the guests and always went way beyond expectations. Internet on site was a very useful feature.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Condor Taormina

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    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 15, 2011

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    Hotel Condor
    Palermo, Italy