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We stayed for fifteen nights at the Royal Maniace Hotel during mid-October which seems to be a lot longer than the average stay and obviously gives time for niggles to show. But overall they didn't and we would definitely recommend this hotel to others. We...More
I was born in Ortigia but I live in Milan. Although I have an apartment in Ortigia, when I come to Siracusa for a very short stay I prefer to accommodate in another charming hotel along the lungomare that I also reviewed for Trip Advisor....More
We've just got back from 7 days at the Royal Maniace Hotel, Ortygia. As other reviewers have commented, the best thing about this hotel is the fantastic location in the heart of Ortygia and right on the sea-front. We had one of the front-facing rooms...More
Nice modern hotel-get the impression it's used for business conferences a lot since the turnover of guests was high. The rooms were a good size and the front facing ones had a wonderful sea view. The bed was hugh and very comfy. We had no...More
We spent eight nights the the Royal Maniace Hotel and used Syracuse as a base to explore the highlights of east and south east Sicily.
We had an excellent suite, room 111, which had its own private balcony overlooking the sea. Perfect to enjoy a...More
The only parking option is valet parking for EUR 20 a day. It's very convenient as you can drive to the hotel and just drop the key... but of course it's expensive. I would discourage you from parking in the street as this... More
The only parking option is valet parking for EUR 20 a day. It's very convenient as you can drive to the hotel and just drop the key... but of course it's expensive. I would discourage you from parking in the street as this requires a resident's permit. The best cost-effective option is to use the large car park situated on the left as you drive on to Ortigia island. From there it's a 15 minute walk to the hotel.