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Had a sandwich here; it was cheese and ham in stale bread and rotting lettuce and tomato inside - I should have made a fuss but didn't. Not recommended. It has a captive market at the base camp for Mount Etna. Avoid
Stayed as part of a tour to Mt. Etna. Rooms are clean, quite and comfortable.
Dining room excellent - both cuisine and service as part of a group dinner. Also, thoughtful and reasonably priced wine list. Very good breakfast offering.
Appreciated the gluten & dairy...More
We really enjoyed the place, comfortable room, very good breakfast , bar and restaurant offer excellent food and products. Staff was kind and helpful. A little bit pricey for Sicilian standards but food is delicious.
My husband and I wanted to see Mt. Etna so we decided to stay overnight. We thought that we would go early the following day but the forecast wasn’t good so we went up after we checked it
It was very busy during the day...More
Loved this place honestly. We only stayed for 1 night again , we wanted to take the cable car to 2500 feet then a jeep ride up to 3000 feet .we mentioned this to the guy at reception and were given a 30% discount on...More
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US$67 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from kerry_hood | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so, though you could ask them: some of their staff speak English. I think you should consider booking a taxi, in advance, yourself. As the Sicilians can be very (very) unhelpful when your travel arrangements... More
I don't think so, though you could ask them: some of their staff speak English. I think you should consider booking a taxi, in advance, yourself. As the Sicilians can be very (very) unhelpful when your travel arrangements break down, I would really advise a package.