Liberty Hotel

Address: Via San Vito, 40, Catania, Sicily, 95124, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Centro Catania area of Catania, is near Piazza Duomo, Etna Experience, Duomo di Catania, and Castello Ursino & Museo Civico.
Map this hotel

Amenities

       

    Historical Traveler Reviews Liberty Hotel Catania

    Wir sind vom Hotel begeistert

    from

    Dieses Hotel ist das beste überhaupt. Das Dekor ist herrlich. Das Zimmer war sehr komfortabel, das Badezimmer war unglaublich! Zwar ist es ein kleines Hotel, aber vom Service her würde man das nicht vermuten. An der Rezeption sprachen alle gutes Englisch und waren extrem hilfsbereit, besonders was Tipps für Sehenswürdigkeiten betraf.

    Das Frühstück war super. Ein Buffet mit Obst, Brötchen, Kuchen, Schinken und Käse, die Kellnerin hat aber auch frischen Kaffee gemahlen, Obstsaft gepresst und Eier gekocht!!

    Das Hotel ist nahe genug, um zu den wichtigsten Sehenswürdigkeiten zu laufen. Wir sind nicht mit dem Bus gefahren, da die Stadt ziemlich klein ist. Zum Bahnhof kann man auch gut zu Fuß laufen.

    Man sollte auf jeden Fall die Trattoria San Domenica an der Ecke der Straße probieren. Es ist auf Fischgerichte spezialisiert, man bekommt dort aber auch ein gutes Steak!!

    Loved this hotel

    from

    This hotel is simply the best. The decor is superb. The room was very comfortable with an amazing bathroom! It is quite a small hotel but you wouldn't think so by the service that is offered. The receptionists all speak good English and were extremely helpful, particularly with sightseeing trips.

    Breakfast was exceptional. A buffet service of fruit, rolls, cake, ham and cheese but also the waitress would freshly grind coffee, squeeze fruit juice and cook eggs!!

    The hotel is close enough to walk to the main tourist areas. We didn't use any buses as we found the city quite small. Even the walk to the station wasn't overtaxing.

    Try the Trattoria San Domenica on the corner of the road. It specialises in fish but also served a good steak !!

    Oasis of peace and order

    from

    We spent four nights in this little charming art deco "butique" hotel. The location is a little bit out of downtown (quiet residential area) and uphill, so do not intend to carry suitcases from the via Etnea. Taxi is a prefferable solution - 27 EUR from airport. An evening stroll downhill to center is refreshing. Parking around hotel might be a problem, but we found a place for rented Punto nearby every night. Only rule is - do not block the garage entrance - everything else is allowed. The hotel is pretty OK signed from the main streets - only problem then is to find the rules of driving all those one-way narrow streets. The staff of hotel is extremely helpful, assistive and all speak fluent english. They solely should actually deserve 5*. Rooms are spaciuous, ceilings are high. Bathroom is a story for itself. Be surprised. Breakfast is continental, very good, lots of choises, fresh fruit and great selection of jams. We liked the breakfast ladyservant - she was so enthusiastic. Hotel has two floors and has an elevator and so is reccomended for seniors as well. Room in ground floor might not be reccomended, becouse window faces the pavement in front of hotel. Famillies with kids or babies would be probably treated great in hotel - but Catania itself is not a place to discover with babytrolley or god forbid wheelchair - i havent seen a single one actually.

    We do strictly reccomend this hotel for a romantic getaway.

    For nice dinner at reasonable price ask for "La Collegiata" - 15 minutes walking from hotel through shopping area in direction of il Duomo.

    Vesna & Klemen Grabljevec; Ljubljana; Slovenia

    A real gem

    from

    Let me add my voice to the chorus of praise for this place. An elegant, charming and sympathetic restoration of an early 1900s town house on a quiet street only a few minutes from Via Etnea, Piazza Sesterico and Villa Bellini. The staff were wonderful, the service great. Comfortable, easy on the eye and relaxing. Booked through hotels.com it was also a bargain (by European standards anyway) at little more than 100 Eur a night for two people. If you are looking for quality accommodation in Catania at a good price consider the Liberty.

    Feines Hotel

    from

    Ein wirklich ausgezeichnetes Hotel, schöne Zimmer, Personal exzellent freundlich, Garage zu einem vernünftigen Preis in der Nähe. Die via San Vito ist - für Catania - relativ ruhig, die Zimmer sind gegen Lärm hervorragend - Balkontüre + verriegelbare Doppeltüre - abgeschirmt. Zum Zentrum geht man lediglich ein paar Minuten.

    Scheint - hoffentlich auch im Sommer - kein Ziel von Massentouristen zu sein.

    Wir werden bei unserem nächsten Aufenthalt in Sizilien mit Sicherheit wieder dort wohnen.

    Mag. Werner Cejnek, Österreich

    P.S.: für ungeübte Autofahrer ist Catania nicht zu empfehlen - nehmt lieber ein Taxi - doch dafür kann das Hotel nichts.

    What a gem

    from

    If you are looking for a really gorgeous hotel just for a night or two in Catania this would be a great choice. It doesn't have a pool but as a base of transferring through the airport and a city break it works well.

    Our room was just spectactular, and all the common areas are beautifully finished in belle epoque style with fine attention to detail.

    The staff were really pleasant, speaking english (which was very useful as Catania isn't as big a tourist destination)

    Catania is not for the feint hearted. The safe crossing of a road can give you a great sense of achievement - never mind driving amongst them. Lovely areas, duomo, wide boulevards like Via Etna. Do not miss the fish and veg market if you are there on the weekend - it was the best we have ever seen.

    Good restaurants were a little hard to find but a vast array of pizza/ice cream parlours will keep you going. Remember it is a southern European city so it really only comes awake at about 9pm when restaurants sort of spring out of nowehere and there is a really good vibe.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Liberty Hotel Catania

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Catania

    Gone but never forgotten

    A travel blog entry by mayavandriel on Jun 11, 2015

    1 photo

    ... She was so confident in herself which is a trait not many people possess. I am sure that everyone she has come in contact with has been changed for the better just by knowing her. I know I have. Her passing reminds me to never take life for granted because you never know what day will be your last. It also taught me to tell everyone how much you love and care for them while you can. It is really hard to be halfway across the world from my friends and family ...

    Goodbye Greece, HELLO Sicily!!!

    A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on Oct 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... and in his rage, Polyphemus threw rocks at Ulysses's boat. The landscape surely is amazing. My room wasnt ready on arrival so we walked Faraglioni's fortress, had a glass of wine on the waterfront then had the most delicious seafood lunch. This area is famous for its fresh seafood, gelato (it originated here in the early 17th century) and (so I'm told) arancini. Tomorrow the work ...

    Gold Star

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 19, 2012

    14 photos

    ... chocolate), and pistachio - good, but a bit rich with a few too many flavours going on. Also had were a decent strawberry and a killer hazelnut.

    Since we were all gelatoed out today, we finished off the day with a couple of fruit cups - cantaloupe and watermelon that was good, but not great, by Sicilian standards. But you cannot avoid delicious frozen treats while in Italy, because after the waiter cleared up our fruit cups, he brought us a free cup of ...

    From Beach to Mountain and into a Cock Bar

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 18, 2011

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... It was such a hot day that we relaxed over a hazelnut frappe and enjoyed the panoramic views this bar had to offer.

    We returned down the mountain to refresh ourselves at my cousins friends house, where we shower and change into some neat casual clothing, before walking through the main street of Taormina. This famous town is totally geared up for the tourists and on the main drag there are boutiques and restaurants that are ...

    To Shop or Not To Shop, That is the Question!

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 17, 2011

    6 photos

    ... meaning bath and al Saqquah dating back to the cult of the Syrian god "Shai al Quaaum". Could it be that my descendant are a mixture of Spanish and Arabic on my Grandfather's (Rosario Sciacca) side of the family.

    In the afternoon Ottavio had spend sometime with me going over the computer.

    In the evening Saro's cousin and his family arrived for a casual dinner alfresco style in their court yard.
    ...