Although the Hotel is in a narrow street the welcome from Bruno is very genuine and he is always willing to help should you have any question re parking ,accomodation or where to find anything locally.The room was more than adequate for us and were able to spread out.Access to a small roof terrace allows a view across the Golfo toward Palermo Airport.
there is sufficient space for the couple of sunbeds to be found there.We have stayed here 3 times and have no worries or hesitation about returning again .There are no shortage of excellent local shops within a hundred meters with very friendly staff willing to put up with an Englishman attempting to speak Italian. The bar behind the hotel ,run by Vito, is a great place to watch the world go by over a cafe and a casatelle on a Sunday morning.If are one for enjoying local life without frills Plejadi makes sense
Beautiful location overlooking a valley. Owner was very welcoming and helpful. Breakfast was great. There's a pool which is nice to have especially with young children. not very central although this wasn't a problem for us as we had a car. Room was spacious and clean, overlooking a terrace with views.
We feel lucky to have stumbled into this hotel. It is secure, quiet, in a great location and parking was not a problem. It is a beautiful building full of old-warm charm. Our rooms were spacious and beautifully appointed. Breakfasts were elegant including the typical Italian sweets and cold cuts, etc. and its the only place in Italy where we were offered eggs. Jams were home-made and delicious. The owner was always available and helpful with directions, recommendations, etc. He even accompanied me to his bank to help resolve a problem I had buying Euros. I must mention that it is an incredible value for the money. We paid much more for other hotels in Italy that were not nearly as nice. I'm already planning my next trip and this is where I will stay.
Traveller from St Louis MO
Situated in the heart of castellammare del golfo, well-known tourist resort of the Sicilian coast, “CASE D’ANNA” is a …More
Room a bit spartan but clean and relatively large; quiet; breakfast buffet one of the best we had; it included fresh ricotta in little baskets along with good espresso, fruit, salumi, tarts, breads, etc. They sell wine as well, and we bought a nice Cerasuolo di Vittoria. Best event was driving down to Scicli in the evening and enjoying the passeggiata.
chris from healdsburg, CA
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The charges for this motel are reasonable. However, having booked and paid for 1 week we arrived to discover we had no balcony or terrace with our room (all the pictures have balconies). A week is a long time with no seating area or anywhere to dry one's towels etc. We asked to be moved and were told the hotel was full. Actually I don't think the receptionist could be bothered, she was fairly joyless. There was no soul to the place and the pool closed when there were high winds. A night or two would be fine. The village itself is FAB.
Excellent location and very central to all the shops, restaurants, cafés and sites to see.
Apartment is spacious and has all the necessary items for a pleasant comfortable stay.
Only problem was the property does not own any parking of its own and there is free parking very close, however only if a spot is available. Parking restrictions are also in place around the area after 8pm so if you did have a spot in the above you have to now move your vehicle to avoid a fine. Property recommends a parking station around the corner, €2.50 day and €3 night rates. We used this service however disappointed as the advertisement when booking said "free parking".
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
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