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All reviewsthe red light districtmodern hoteltrain station to the hotelturn left out of the hotelsome great restaurantscomfortable bedwalking distancefabulous hotelrented a carpastriesperfect choicereception staffshopping streetbreakfast was includedwonderful stayfirst floorcentral location
We had a stay booked for a few weeks from now and regrettably we had to postpone it due to some issues. While setting up the trip, we had several phone and email contacts with the hotel- especially Giacomo, to set up an airport pickup...More
This hotel is located on the edge of the historic city center. If you turn left out the door, it's a 10 minute walk to the Duomo. If you turn right, you get into a seedy section of town (from what we were told, the...More
We stayed at Romano House two nights and were impressed with the size and attractiveness of the rooms and the wonderful breakfast buffet. While the walk from the train station to the hotel shows Catania at its seediest, the hotel is just two blocks from...More
We really enjoyed this hotel. It was in a great location. The service at the hotel was fantastic. Extremely helpful and friendly. I would highly recommend staying here.
The breakfast was also very good.
One of the best experiences at the hotel was having an...More
Just returned from a fab 3 day break in Catania. The hotel was excellent in every way, breakfast was plentiful, the staff were extremely welcoming, friendly & professional. Antonio is an absolute credit to the hotel. We stayed in a delux room with an ornate...More
As the hotel is smack dab in the centre of the city, there is a constant battle for parking. Having said that, we found it easy to find street parking all around the hotel but you have to be prepared to keep paying the... More
As the hotel is smack dab in the centre of the city, there is a constant battle for parking. Having said that, we found it easy to find street parking all around the hotel but you have to be prepared to keep paying the meter. We didn't find this so intrusive actually as everything to see is within walking distance.
Another way to solve the problem is not to have a car in the city and rent one as required. There are lots of rental offices in the city for this purpose. In brief, fly in to Catania, take a bus or taxi into town, walk the city to see the sights and rent a car when you would like to.