A former 19th century palace, the hotel offers an elegant fusion of historic architecture and decoration with modern comforts, good transport links and a central location.
Hotel Villa Romeo has been fully restored with careful attention paid to its history, this 3-star hotel is fully equipped for both leisure and business travelers.
In the summer months, you can enjoy a relaxing moment on the terrace, with a choice of drinks from the bar. Alternatively you can unwind in the peaceful greenery of the inner courtyard.
Elegant, exquisite and comfortable hotel near the railway station, Hotel Villa Romeo has the following characteristics:
Nineteenth-century palace recently restored
Wide common open spaces and inner courtyards full of green space
All rooms are spacious (from one to four beds), soundproofed and equipped with every comfort. Two of them are joined rooms and two have a kitchen. The hotel also has very special (Deluxe) room for people who love sumptuousness.
Every room has:
Active fire protection
Room air distribution
Direct dial telephone
TV set (plasma displays or screen of 28-32-42")
TV Sat, Sky TV
Internet Wireless connectivity
Villa Romeo is a three star hotel, but it has all comforts of a four star hotel. It manages to combine quality with good price. In the main terrace, especially in the summertime, you can enjoy the nice atmosphere and spend pleasant moments talking and drinking.
The hotel is richly decorated: the elegant entrance, the artistic stairs, the big (8/10 people) panoramic elevator, the corridors with precious and refined panels with golden frames, spacious rooms with elegant furnishings, the private terraces, the bar and the TV room. In the hotel you can breathe in the luxury.
The hotel is located near the railway station, the bus station, the airport (3 km far from Fontanarossa Airport), the main town beach, the “Playa” and it is within easy walking distance from the main conference and exhibition centre (“Le Ciminiere”), the historical centre and the main street (“Via Etnea”) of the town.
The Hotel Villa Romeo is in front of train station in the centre of the city and just ten minutes from airport. You can get a taxi from the airport for a minimal fee because we are only 3 kilometers away, however if you’re driving you should follow these directions.
1) Head east on Via Fontanarossa
2 Turn left to stay on Via Fontanarossa
3 Slight left to stay on Via Fontanarossa
4 Turn right at Via Santa Maria Goretti
5 At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Via San Giuseppe alla Rena
6 Turn right onto the ramp to Catania/Messina/A18/Siracusa/SS114
7 Merge onto Via Priolo/SP70
8 Turn right at Via Acquicella Porto
9 Slight right at Via Domenico Tempio
10 Continue onto Via Cristoforo Colombo
11 Continue onto Via Mulino Santa Lucia
12 At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Piazza Paolo Borsellino
13 At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Via Beato Cardinale G.B. Dusmet
14 Continue onto Piazza dei Martiri
15 Continue onto Via 6 Aprile
16 Continue onto Piazza Papa Giovanni XXIII
17 Slight left to stay on Piazza Papa Giovanni XXIII
18 Slight right at Via Platamone and the destination should be immediately on the left.
Customers who cancel within 4 to 7 days will be charged 30% of the full price.
Customers who cancel within 3 days they will be charged 50% of the full amount.
Customer who do not show up will be charge for the 1st night.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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