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This is not a destination in itself but a useful and welcome transit point. So forget about the prices of souvenirs! We found it to be a warm refuge from the winds of Etna with staff who were efficient, reasonable coffee and food and toilets...More
The hotel is where the road ends. Perfectly situated for exploring Etna. Not the cheapest experience if you take both the stay and the cablecar, jeep and guide, but it is a fantastic experience. The hotel is run by the Italien alpinisti club and some...More
What a wonderful place to stay on Mt. Etna. Easy to access the mountain, and the inn was delightful. My new friend Federico was so very helpful, when it turned out upon arrival that I had not confirmed. He found a room for me and...More
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
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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.