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An early 20th-century Art Nouveau villa in the heart of Catania, the Liberty Hotel offers luxurious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Catania University, and 1.2 km from the Bellini Theatre. All rooms offer air conditioning and satellite TV. They are fitted with stylish furniture and include a mosaic marble bathroom. Some also have vaulted ceilings with frescoes. A generous buffet is served daily for breakfast. The staff are always available for tourist and travel information, and all kinds of assistance.
This Catania hotel offers a bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. Business amenities at this 4-star property include ameeting/conference room, a technology helpdesk, and technology support staff. The staff can provide concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and business services. Additional amenities at this Art Deco hotel include a fitness facility, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. This is asmoke-free property.
At a little minutes from Zafferana Etnea, far from the city chaos, the Olimpo Hotel rises. its strategic position, offers an only panorama, ideal frame in order to render every recurrence special. It knows cured them skillfully in the details, create a warm atmosphere,receiving and of great elegance
The inn offers 2 restaurants along with a coffee shop/café. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas and a computer station is located on site. The inn features business amenities includinga 24-hour business center, a meeting/conference room, and limo/town car service. The staff can arrange wedding services, event catering, andtour assistance. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, ski storage, and laundry facilities. For a surcharge, guests receive transportation including a roundtrip airport shuttle, a beach shuttle, and a ski shuttle. Onsite parking is complimentary. The property has designated areas for smoking.
One of the most important Catania hotels occupies a recently restored aristocratic building, located on Scalinata Alessi steps, set between Via Etnea Street and Via Crociferi Street. We are in the baroque heart of the historical centre of Catania, providing outstanding testimony to Sicilian architecture and declared by UNESCO Patrimony of Humanity.The Hotel’s Suites and rooms, elegantly furnished, were designed to offer the maximum comfort to our guests. All of them have private bathroom, with Jacuzzi bath or shower, Air Conditioning, Television Set with Satellite Channels and free SKy TV, WI FI Internet Connection, Mini-Bar and Safe.
Catania is situated at the centre of the Mediterranean sea. It is a natural stage where the sun, the Jonio sea and the fire of Mount Etna, blended to 2,700 years of history, are the scenery for a daily unique performance.
This romantic hotel offers a bar/lounge. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. This 4-star hotel features business amenities including small meeting rooms, secretarial services, andaudiovisual equipment. The staff can provide concierge services, event catering, and business services. Additional amenities include a steam room, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. For a surcharge, guests have access to a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request). Guest parking is available on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge). Nearby parking is also available for a surcharge.
Capital of the Italian province from which it draws its name, and located along the Sicilian coastline bordering the Ionian Sea between Messina and Syracuse, Catania is one of the major cities for the region, important not only for its cultural and economical status, but for its location, its history, and its unique architecture. The history of the town dates back nearly 3,000 years, with the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, and Spanish all having a chance to influence the architecture and culture at one point or another. Situated between Mount Etna—an active volcano—and the sea itself, thecity is presented with a strange mixture of natural beauty and danger, making for a vibe that is unlike anywhere else.
The entire old town district has been designated a World Heritage Site as a result of the Baroque architecture, which is unique in the sense that it incorporates the lava rocks themselves from the surrounding hillsides, giving the buildings a strangely dark sheen that seems otherworldly when viewed in certain lights. Mount Etna has actually destroyed large portions of the city several times over the years, but each time the city is rebuilt, more majestic than the previous. Beyond the strange lava texture integrated into the buildings, however, are things like the Piazza Stesicoro, which holds the ruins of an ancient Roman amphitheater, as well as the Via Etnea and the Norman Cathedral. Visitors can also explore the fish markets of Catania—reputed to be the best in Sicily—or head out to the Castello Ursino. There are also plenty of organized tours up to the top of Mount Etna, which is definitely a must-see for any adventurer. You can also take in one of the many beaches, or simply enjoy some time driving or hiking along the coast in either direction, taking in the beauty of the Sicilian countryside against the backdrop of the sea on one side and hills and mountains on the other.