- 6 double bedrooms+ 1 single bed+ 4 double sofà bed
- 6 en-suite
- City Mansion
- About Siracusa
If you want a different kind of holiday in a wonderful city full of art and amazing architecture, possibly with your friend group, Palazzo Ortigia is the ideal place to stay.
This elegant city mansion is on Ortigia island, in Siracusa, set in a special place in front of the sea.
The building is spread over 3 levels, from the ground floor to the second floor.
It has 6 wonderful little flats with every kind of comfort and each one with a stunning sea view.
The mansion is in a strategic position few minutes’ walk from the most important historical monuments in Ortigia city center
Palazzo Ortigia offers hotel services to their guests to give them the best city Holiday experience.
Ideal for a group of family and for a cultural holiday, it can be rented entirely.
2 apartments Both consisting of a bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed (sleeps 4), a kitchen, a bathroom, and an area outside the building where you can enjoy a coffee break.
– Apartment equipped with 3 beds (one double bed and one single bed), kitchen, and bathroom.
-Apartment equipped with one bedroom, living room with sofa bed (for a total of 4 beds), kitchen and bathroom
-Apartment equipped with one bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed (for a total of 4 beds), kitchen, and bathroom.
-Apartment equipped with one bedroom (sleeps 2 in total), kitchen, bathroom, and private sea-view terrace with hot tub
equipped kitchen with induction hob
Nespresso machine with coffee pods supplied
Nespresso milk frother
On request: cots or extra beds
The prices include
reception assistance (dedicated check-in)
Tour Booking (Boat trip, bee tour, and more)
• Laundry service
• Transfer 24 hrs to and from Catania Airport
• Breakfast served in the room
• Love Boat – boat excursion
• Tourist Guide
• Valet Parking service 24 hrs
• Beach kit rental: Bag + Beach towels
Good to know
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Ortigia is an island as well as the oldest part of the city of Syracuse.
It bears the marks of its history as a cultural capital from the Greek age until
the Renaissance and Baroque periods, which is why in 2005 it became a UNESCO World Heritage site.