Hotel Villa Angela
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My R&R breaks from work are meant to be exactly that – rest and relaxation. But I rarely take this literally as life is short, opportunities are shorter, and I want to make the most of seeing the world from the platform of Ghana while the company pays. But being my 3rd international break in a row, I knew when planning this …
What a beautiful morning to wake up to. The sun is out, and nothing but fair weather clouds seem to be doting the vibrant blue of the sky. It is 10:00a.m., and we are pulling up anchor, and leaving the charming Taormina for points beyond. In this particular case, we are going to Milazzo, Sicily. With the views of Mt. Etna, on the side of the island, and not far from Taormina, are sensation, when it is not shrouded in the blackness of the rain. By lunch time, we are ...
... Claudio, he gave me his card, and told me to have to hotel call when I was ready, and he would return us safely back to the dinghy, which would take us home to our waiting Milena. Once in the Timeo, time stood still, and the magical perfection of this hotel, service, food and atmosphere transformed each of us into a form of euphoria. Our food, wine, service all were our of this world! What a wonderful way to once again celebrate a successful "Ionian Crossing". What ...
... on previous nights. Matt started with salmon tartare, and I had Caesar salad. We both had beef tournedos. Dessert was apple crumble for Matt, and lemon curd in phyllo for me. We then returned to the room, organized our laundry to hand in for service tomorrow, and packed our backpack for tomorrow's shore excursion in Athens. It will be an early day, as we need to meet up with our tour group at 8:00 am. Better get to bed after such a busy ...
This is the final chapter finished, as far as the Ionian Crossing. By definition the "crossing" is just that -- from one piece of land to another. Once we got to the other piece of land -- which in this case, was Spartivento.... I broke the crossing off there... to let all know we are safe and maybe not quite so sound right now. But we still have not landed.... we had another 7 hours to go, before we could stop, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Villa Angela Taormina
This Hotel is lovely. The rooms are clean and of a good size. The balcony is what really make it special though. They were so big.
We have just returned from our honeymoon break in Sicily where we stayed for nine nights after staying in Rome for three nights for our honeymoon.
"Spend your money somewhere else............"
We returned from our extended vacation in Sicily and when we arrived in Taormina we wished we had spent the extra money to stay somewhere else.
The staff was very friendly but extremely unprofessional for my entire stay ; we felt like they were doing us a favor by doing things for us or just replying our questions.
The breakfast was poor compared to all the other places and the rooms a lot smaller than described. We had a de-luxe room which we paid 250 euros that was a robbery ! Very expensive for the service offered .
It was good to leave and stay as planned to the best hotel in town at walk distance from the Villa angla !!!!
Have just returned from a 9 night stay at Villa Angela.It is owned by Jim Kerr of Simple Minds, who we met on our last day and who was very friendly. It has the feel of a private villa and has the most magnificent views of Etna and the bay from every room. The location is out of town up a very windy and hair-raising road, but they operate a shuttle bus in to town which takes you pretty much when you want to go.
I'm writing this on the plane ride home. That way it's all fresh in my mind. I'm stuck in the back of the plane in the middle seat no less. I have a stranger to the left of me and my boyfriend to the right.- he's been doing Su Doku since the beginning of the flight. What I'm a saying? He's been doing those stupid puzzles since the beginning of our trip. I'm sure I'm not the only girl that has to put of with that. The point of that ramble is to help you see that we are just an average couple coming back from what has been a wonderful holiday. And this next chat is a review written by the better half of this average couple. We also stayed at Villa Ducale, and the other half has written a review for that one.
My husband and I have just returned from a wonderful week's stay at the Villa Anglea, Taormina. The hotel was everything we'd hoped for and more for our honeymoon - the staff were both friendly and professional, the accommodation was furnished to a very high standard, the pool was beautiful, the views of Mount Etna jaw dropping and the atmosphere warm and relaxing. After a hectic few months planning our wedding the Villa Angela provided the perfect haven where we could relax and chill out in beautiful surroundings.
Beautiful hotel with stunning setting. Gorgeous rooms with excellent large sun terraces overlooking Mount Etna. Friendly, helpful staff, who cannot do enough for you. Only slight disappointment was quality of food provided for room service and in restaurant, very obviously pre-pared, not what you expect in Italy. Would definitely recommend!
I found this hotel just what i needed for a few days relaxation. It has fabulaous views of Mount Etna and the coast. Each room has a large terrace to relax and have a sundowner on! The staff were very friendly and helpful, one only thing was that the chambermaid always forgot tp leave towels and shower gels etc!!!
However I would still recommend this hotel to anyone and would go back there again! The pool was great with piped music to chill out to.
Just spent a magic week at the Villa Angela in Taormina, returned on the 17th October 2004.
Elegant hotel in Taormina
This is a particularly elegant four-star hotel in Taormina, Sicily, Italy. Very high up in this stunning resort, which rises vertically from the sea. We visited in September 2004 and it seemed like very good value at 170 euros per night for two, especially when compared to some of the other hotels we stayed at in Sicily. Newish beautifully decorated rooms that have big terraces with comfortable loungers, helpful staff, van shuttle service to the center of town for dining/shopping, lovely swimming pool. A very popular hotel. We booked it directly and you can find info on webiste: hotelvillaangela