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Via Santa Croce C/da Bauccio, 94015 Piazza Armerina, Sicily Italy
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#1 of 23 Specialty lodging in Piazza Armerina
Elegant mansion built between 1700 and 1800 offers accommodation in suites and rooms. The rooms which feature air conditioning and are fitted with en-suit bathroom. The Villa is situated less than 1 km. from Piazza Armerina and is surrounded by 50,000 sq. m. or green countryside. Ideal for relaxing tourism, cultural and gastronomic stays. The villa has a large outdoor pool, surrounded by a Mediterranean sensory garden (the use of swimming cap is mandatory. Excellent meals exclusively cooked for the Villa’s guests can be enjoyed upon reservation.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
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Highchairs available
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Hot bath
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Linda L wrote a review Oct 2022
New Rochelle, New York3 contributions
We stayed in the Villa Tragona when visiting Villa Romana, the World Heritage site. Having been in the same family for hundreds of years, this hotel is located in the beautiful Italian countryside. We booked for a suite which, unknown to us when we booked, was located in the old house. You climb ancient curved stairs, through a sitting room, through a library to our room on the second floor. We were unclear what the suite was as we used neither of the outer rooms because only our room had the air conditioning on. The bed was fine though in a very tight alcove and the bathroom redone - but my husband woke up to ants all over his pills in the am. Our friends stayed in a brand new room - that would have been our preference when we discovered the choice. The ground are lovely to walk. The 6 course dinner, including wine and bottled water was one of the best meals we had on the trip. Definitely stay here if you are going to Villa Romana, enjoy walking through the old house, but stay in a room in the new addition
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Lance M wrote a review Oct 2022
Medina, New York145 contributions48 helpful votes
We stayed here recently for two nights. The rooms are very simple but more than adequate. The meals that were prepared were delicious. One would not have expected so much good food and at such reasonable prices. In all, the place is a deilight.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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MargaretheSchweiz wrote a review Oct 2022
Schweiz41 contributions18 helpful votes
We spent two nights at this place in midst of a large green terrain. Mimo and the rest of the team at this hotel were very helpful. The food in the evening was something special, different starters, followed by pasta at its best and an additional dish with meat or else. Accompanied by red/white wine, what ever you liked, and all this encl. in the price for the menue. Just great. The pool - we did not use it - is very nice situated and you can relaxe after your visit to the famous Villa Romana and enjoy the quietness and lovely plants / flowers around. And not to forget, the breakfast with all these different cakes, cookies etc. was something special.
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Date of stay: October 2022
Room Tip: it depends which kind of beds you prefer.
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FrustratedTravelor wrote a review Sep 2022
new york148 contributions143 helpful votes
Sure you can get a great hotel room for $500 + a night. To get a very workable room- plus a 5 star breakfast and dinner for around $160 for 2- ah- that's much harder. Let's start at the beginning- Piazza Amerina is in the middle of nowhere - on two other trips we didn't have time. HUGE MISTAKE. The complexity and quantity of the ceramic floors at Villa Romana- are like no others. Breathtaking !! Villa Tragone- a grand Villa ( but with all due respect i recommend the newer builds a few feet away .) Nothing fancy- everything you need. A great large pool in total quiet. Perfect for laps. Now the food. Breakfast could compare with any giant 5 star. How they prepare so much for such a small property- is a mystery. An even greater mystery is the dinner- at least 6 courses of so well prepared food- plus a bottle of wine and mineral water............ I'm not one of those Trip Advisor one review wonders that rave about their uncles property- my advice- go to Piazza Armerina- stay at the Villa Trigara
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Sonia wrote a review Mar 2022
6 contributions2 helpful votes
Lovely place with a patio and grounds where you can listen to songbirds, roosters, and several local dogs. Our room was cozy and clean, and the owner was solicitous for our comfort. The heat in the room worked very well (in March). The true and unique distinction of this place, though, is the dinner (optional at 28 euro) and breakfast (included with room). We had other wonderful meals in Sicily, but it was thrilling to get to know some actual home cooking. Dinner was served in the hotel's small dining room, and the chef came out following the meal to accept our congratulations. The charge for dinner also included, on request, a glass of wine earlier in the evening which arrived with bar snacks as a nice surprise. They can't possibly serve the same dishes every night in case guests stay for a while, but our meal in March 2022 included: (1) A half liter or so of Nero d'Avola for two people, plus a modest pour of Frappato with the main course (2) Bruschetta of artichoke and of tomato (3) Semi-hard cheeses and spicy pepperoni, with white bread (4) Hot starters: arancini of peas and mozzarella; panella, a Palermo dish which may have been battered cheese; thin spinach frittata; and slices of eggplant, sauteed then baked with fresh mozzarella and chopped tomato (5) Primo piatto, a totally remarkable pasta dish that it would be impossible to put on a restaurant menu. This was cauliflower sauce served with penne, very dense and lightly flavored with salt and oil with a few raisins and pine nuts, dusted with bread crumbs to complete the effect of totally white food. Our server said its name was "brocco," although the recipe for this dish that I found online was called more descriptively "Pasta con il cavolfiore alla Siciliana." There was very little salt in this dish; the Villa Trigonia's chef used either less salt or more salt than we were used to, which made us want to conduct further research. (6) the secondo piatto, very lean pork tenderloin sliced and prepared in an intense sauce of caramelized onion with a little vinegar. The onion is a backbone of Sicilian cooking for aroma, as they don't use many fresh herbs. The pork was accompanied by (a) a stunning salad of cross-sectioned peeled blood orange heavily flavored with green onion; (b) salad of tomato and slivered romaine in a sherry vinegar dressing, nicely salty; and (c) oily roasted potatoes seasoned not with rosemary as in other parts of Italy but with salt. (7) As dessert, panna cotta with your choice of caramel sauce, chocolate sauce, berry reduction, or a fourth sauce which I've forgotten. Berry reduction was incredibly intense with very little sugar, wonderful. (8) Choice of a long list of liqueurs that included amaro, crema di almandorla (almond cream), and two colors of grappa, but the host offered at least eight. Amazing installment in our ambition to learn more about Sicilian food! The almost totally homemade breakfast spread was astonishing. They announced that they prepare their own jams and biscotti in the style of the region. Uncountable profusion of filled croissants, flavored cakes, cookies, yeast breads, and jams. You could also get eggs, bacon, and cheese. We had a powerful tart of caramelized orange peel with orange pulp--world-class dish that I wish I could get again; lightly flavored yellow lemon cake; a dark cake mildly flavored with coffee; a very crisp chocolate cookie, yet again mild; and a pleasing small coconut cookie. A bit like with the salt in the previous night's dinner, the baker's approach to sugar seemed like basically all or nothing. The results were all fascinating and tasted great! If you really enjoy learning about the regional cooking of Italy, do not miss this place! There are not many chances to get such an unfiltered look.
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Date of stay: March 2022
Room Tip: The parking area is near the road, but to leave baggage you can drive up to the reception
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Ruth N wrote a review Mar 2022
Columbia, Maryland42 contributions7 helpful votes
I stayed here for 1 night with a small group tour and enjoyed my stay. The room was spacious, clean, very comfortable and had a nice view of the surrounding countryside. The shower was small but workable. WiFi service was very good. Dinner and the breakfast in the morning were excellent. I would stay here again.
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Date of stay: February 2022
Room Tip: All rooms have nice views and are very quiet.
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T&G wrote a review Nov 2021
brighton116 contributions164 helpful votes
just outside of the center (where you don't need to stay anyway), this is a former family home set in mature gardens -- genuine and generous hospitality.... all the comfort you need for this level of property plus charm and kindness.... and seriously, a most delicious dinner -- we would usually avoid set menu meals in "hotels" but this one was home-made and local -- and plenty (including wines) -- great value and real quality cooking.... highly recommend -- for us it's "excellent" because of the value and hospitality it offers
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Date of stay: November 2021
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derekholley wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom37 contributions58 helpful votes
This is like staying in someone's large house (the owner's family still live there) rather than in a hotel but this makes a nice change of pace and setting if you've been going from hotel to hotel. So bear that in mind, e.g. no-one is around to serve drinks if you are sitting by the pool or in the courtyard), but the food at breakfast and in the evening is great, with home-made jams and cakes, and garden-grown veg. The room quality is good/clean but basic - the shower is a bit rickety - so don't expect luxury. It's a quiet oasis (even quieter since it was getting off season and the pandemic was dramatically limiting tourist numbers) and the property has extensive grounds (somewhat overgrown/unkempt: which is a shame in some ways as landscaping would really turn this into a beautiful setting. The pool/pool area is very nice though. Relatively easy walk into the historic centre of Piazza Armerina (or use one of the Villa Trigona's free mountain bikes) but it would be around an hour to walk to the Roman Villa so you'll probably want to go by car/cab.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Einar E wrote a review Aug 2020
8 contributions3 helpful votes
We traveled through the beautiful Sicily and planned to stay one night at Villa Trigona but extended for three nights. This small hotel offer large rooms with balcony or terrace, large swimming pool and personal service. The origins of the building is from the year 700 making it historically interesting. There is only 2 km town an about 15 min drive to the unesco preserved Villa Romana. We just loved everything about this hotel and are planning on visiting next year with the whole family.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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s l wrote a review Nov 2019
San Rafael, California76 contributions43 helpful votes
We stayed here for two nights. Very nice upstairs room overlooking the courtyard. Nice soft and fluffy bed, good wi fi. The pool area is very nice to sit and enjoy the view but it was too cold to use the pool. The hotel is located fairly close to town, not really in the country more of a suburb. About 15 minutes drive from the Villa. We had dinner both nights. First night was the full dinner, which was too much food. The next night we ordered single dishes. Staff was attentive whenever we asked for anything.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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US$90 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Villa Trigona
Which popular attractions are close to Villa Trigona?
Nearby attractions include Chiesa di San Filippo Apostolo (2.3 km), Villa Romana del Casale (3.9 km), and Museo della Civilta Contadina (2.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Villa Trigona?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Villa Trigona?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Villa Trigona?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Villa Trigona?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Villa Trigona?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante Paradise, SiciliArteGusto, and Disiu Gelateria Naturale.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Villa Trigona?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Villa Trigona have airport transportation?
Yes, Villa Trigona offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Villa Trigona?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Villa Trigona?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Villa Romana del Casale (3.9 km), Palazzo Trigona della Floresta (2.5 km), and Palazzo di Citta (3.7 km).
Is Villa Trigona accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.