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Boutique hotels in Siracusa, Italy

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Luxury & Boutique Hotels in Siracusa

Caol Ishka is a boutique hotel four star hotel and restaurant, immersed in a beautiful garden with swimming pool. Caol Ishka Hotel is located on the bank of river Anapo, only five minutes from the old town of Siracusa/Ortigia. One of the finest boutique hotels in Syracuse.

10 Rooms - City Hotel - Tranquillity - Romance - Avant-garde - Intimate - Sightseeing - Wifi
Near the Hotel: Latomia del Paradiso

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Algilà Ortigia Charme Hotel is located in the historical center of Syracuse on the enchanting island of Ortigia in the very heart of the Mediterranean. The rooms and suites, decorated in soft colours, are each unique, offering either a splendid glimpse of the sea. This is the best of boutique hotels in syracuse ( Siracusa in Italian)

30 Rooms - City Hotel - Water View - Secondary city - Island - Restaurant - Classic - Small - Sightseeing - Wifi
Near the Hotel: Piazza Archimede, Piazza Duomo, Fountain of Aretusa

Siracusa, Italy

Siracusa, Italy Situated in a wide natural gulf, on the Southeastern coast of the Sicily, the city of Siracusa extends itself on the Island of Ortigia joined to the mainland with a bridge. Ortigia constitutes the historical part of Siracusa built on an ancient Greek settlement; while the city on the Sicilian mainland has been developed more recently. City of art, with a dominant baroque architecture, typical of this area, Siracusa is home of an archaeological museum of extraordinary importance: the National Archaeological Museum. Siracusa was the city of Archimedes, Pindar and Aeschylus. It was the most important city in Magna Graecia. Today the remains of its glorious past in Greek and Roman times are everywhere.