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All reviewsthe red light districtmodern hotelfresco ceilingsome great restaurantsturn left out of the hotelstayed in this hotel for nightscomfortable bedwalking distancefitness roomfabulous hotelrented a carold buildingpleasant staypastriesgreat central locationreception stafflate arrival
Nice spacious room, breakfast fine. Staff friendly, good English. Restaurant was closed when we were there but plenty within close walking distance. We arrived late at night and had difficulty accessing the hotel as some roads were closed. Parking on the street can be a...More
We stayed in the rooftop suite (301). It was a very nice suite with modern styling, good facilities and marbled floors throughout. Upon arrival we were very impressed with the room and unexpected balcony. The washroom was of very nice typical European style with wash...More
The hotel is a little off the central tourist area of Catania, and 10 mins or so walk from the train station - but don't let that deter you.
The hotel is a sensitive restoration of an older property with classy and relaxing rooms that...More
The hotel is a restored building and within walking distance of city center and the cathedral.
As you exit the hotel, the left side of the hotel offered many local restaurants with very good choices and the right side offered a ghetto-like atmosphere, esp., at...More
After traveling around Italy, Romano House was quite a refreshing stop. Modern and sleek with a central location. I would also like to thank to Francesco and Marco for making my time spent even more special. Traveling alone you really gave me the ins &...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.