We stayed three nights in this friendly lakeside hotel just outside Enna, and loved it. We chose it for ease of parking, and were very thankful we had, once we had driven into the steep narrow streets of Enna itself. The hotel is actually located in the nearby resort of Pergusa, overlooking a lake (the only natural lake in Sicily) and a little-used motor-racing circuit that - bizarrely - runs around its entire perimeter. (There is a one-way system in force for driving, anticlockwise around the lake, but it's only a couple of miles, through pretty woodland, and doesn't take long.)
The staff were delightful and attentive, the room comfortable with a view over swimming pool and lake. Unusually, the bathroom had a heated towel rail, which was brilliant for drying towels etc overnight.
We enjoyed the distant views of snowcapped Etna while waiting for the lift in the morning.
The restaurant was huge, and the first night was filled with a big local party of 100 people of all ages to celebrate "women's day". We ate the same fishy menu as them, and it was delicious. The other two evenings we ate in the hotel's pizzeria.
From the Riviera, we visited the hilltop castle of Sperlinga to the north, the wonderful Roman villa and its mosaics at Piazza Armerina to the south-east, and a curious little museum of railway and local customs in the tiny station of Villarosa, to the west. Enna is just about in the centre of Sicily, so it would have been quite possible to visit Cefalu on the north coast or Agrigento in the south from here.