Hotel Roma

Via Roma 66, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $160.00

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Noto, bene!

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle


... though.....

We finally made it to Costanza and ordered straciatella for the girls, limone for Paolo and pistachio for me. It was DIVINE, but truthfully, the gelaterie in Scicli and Minori are just as good.....

After lunch and a nap, we went to the beach from 5pm to 8pm...... Paolo and the girls played in the water for hours......

Tomorrow we make the trek to Agrigento to visit Valle dei Templi...... Pray there is a Gelateria of some standing ...

Naples to Catania

A travel blog entry by cwbluey


At 8.00am we were driven by a chauffeur to the airport. We checked in with no wait at all and went to explore the airport which took about 10 minutes! Our plane left at 10.55am and was a smooth flight arriving in Catania at 11.50am. We then boarded a bus which took us to the terminal. We waited 30 minutes for the luggage to arrive on the conveyor. At last we proceded to the exit where we were met by another chauffeur who took us to the Una ...


A travel blog entry by ricflack


... brown dirt. To get the the highest point, you must take a cable car ride which was not part of our tour.

Our next stop was a restaurant where we were served a Sicilian Lunch of antipasto, pasta with a tomato sauce and another pasta with a pistachio pesto sauce and then cannelloni for dessert. It was all very good.

We then boarded our bus and headed back to the ship. We arrived back on ...

To Catania and the volcano

A travel blog entry by marcusfs

Leave Syracuse after a expresso which spit on me To the gta island and visit the castle in Syracuse Acireale first stop and saw a black rock beach but no volcano Aci trezza nothing much happen Aci Castello hard to drive as one road two way Return car in Catania airport Taxi to the port and ...

Coastal road to Catania

A travel blog entry by pwhalen


... Bamboo and prickly pear everywhere, especially on the beaches.

The main road went through Cosimo, yet to be bypassed by the autostrada. A delightful town with a beautiful pale stone cathedral, horrible to drive through. Then there were 10km of hairpin bends. Even the locals found it challenging, evidenced by the boxes of tomatoes that were strewn, splattered ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Roma 66, Syracuse, is near Ortygia, Syracuse Cathedral (Temple of Athena), Fonte Aretusa, and Piccolo Teatro dei Pupi (Puppet Theatre).
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    The Roma was just right for us


    After staying in Palermo and Agrigento, it was a great relief to arrive at the Roma hotel in Siracusa. We had been advised NOT to stay in Ortigia because of traffic problems, but we found the hotel without too much difficulty, turned the car over to them and then just walked or used taxis until we left Siracusa.

    Nice but lots of noise


    I stayed at the Roma for three nights in October in a corner room overlooking the Cafe Minerva on the 1st floor. I agree with other comments that the front rooms are very loud but the views of Syracusa nightlife almost made up for the noise. I thought the location was worth the price as the hotel is very well located. (but then Syracusa was my favorite part of a two week trip through Sicily so maybe I was just easy to please) Front desk staff were fine although had difficulty delivering phone messages (I got one message 8 hours after it was left) I ate dinner at the hotel one night and was very pleased - the food was very good, service charming and relatively well priced.

    A great choice in Siracusa.


    This contemporary hotel is superbly located in the middle of the Baroque old town of Siracusa. Lots of restaurants nearby, and the Duomo is down the block. The rooms are contemporary, perhaps a bit spartan. The breakfast buffet is good.

    I'd say it feels a bit pricey, but as I haven't stayed anywhere else in this town I can't compare the Roma's relative value. I do know that the hotel was sold out on the weekend I was there.

    Sleepless in Syracuse?


    After a whirlwind trip through the Aeolian islands and Taormina, we arrived at Syracuse, slightly worse for wear due to congestion (prob accident related) on the single-laned S115 from Catania southwards. Apart from the Grand Hotel & Jolly, this is supposedly the only other 4* hotel in Ortegia. Having heard fabulous reviews from other reviewers, I booked a month in advance for a night even though I did balk at the price of 190 euros a night (directly through hotel) for what is generally considered low season.

    Great Location


    The hotel is extremely well located and we were able to explore the city on foot for all 3 days we were in Siracusa (not a bad thing given the way the Italians drive !). The hotel is modern and very clean with all the staff offering a friendly and efficient service.

    Great location for exploring Ortigia


    This hotel is great. It is centrally located near the Duomo so you can walk everywhere. It is also a 10min walk to the main bus station where you can get bus number 1 to the archaeological museum and park.

    Sweet place to stay


    Definitely above average for Siracuse , Sicily, Italy.

    The staff was very attentive, internet access always available in the lobby, and also access to a fun beach club ( Lido) just a short walk from the hotel where you can sun and swim in the Mediterrean. Breakfast was very nice , included . I would go again and recommend this as a wonderful place in Ortegia Island in Siracusa. Just around the corner from the Duormo.

    Highly Recommended


    We stayed at the Roma for three nights and cannot praise highly enough the quality of service we received from the hotel staff there - all were exceedingly helpful, and nothing was too much trouble for them.

    Sophisticated and chic


    We have just stayed at Hotel Roma for 4 nights. Driving in Ortygia is not for the feint hearted but the hotel is not difficult to find and there are several empty spaces reserved for hotel guests where your car can be left easily. It is then garaged by the helpful porters and they ask you give them 30 minutes notice before you need it. We were taken to our lovely room by our porter and he then went and emptied our car and promptly delivered all our bags to us. The hotel has been very tastefully decorated, it's not chinzy and floral, nor is it empty and minimalist.. it's just the right mix of style and comfort. Aircon was great and quiet, large TV with some sattelite channels, a well stocked minibar and good bathroom/shower. The breakfast which was included was typically continental however all cakes/pastries were made in house or fresh. The same room becomes the Restaurant though we didn't eat there. Staff were very kind and helpful and went to the trouble of purchasing me a gorgeous Italian cake complete with my name on it and birthday candles and delivered it to our room along with a bottle of prosecco and champagne flutes.. it was totally unexpected and very nice. If you travel to Syracuse I'd highly recommend this hotel, it's fabulous location right next to the main piazza is perfect for exploring the island, and then use your car to go and explore the surrounding region.

    Central and quiet


    We were very pleased with this hotel in November, 2003. It is in the heart of the old city. Once you drive there; a little bit of a challenge, park in front. Let the hotel take it to a garage, you won't need it in town. Excellent price-value ratio. The rooms are well appointed and fully sound proofed. The staff were welcoming, and you are perfectly situated to explore the old city.

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