Over the last ten years, Sicily’s tourism industry has matured and grown, and the amount and diversity of accommodations available to tourists is abundant. In a city like Ragusa, for example, right here in the old town of Ragusa Ibla, there exists everything from Locanda Don Serafino, an historic hotel with luxurious rooms furnished inside ancient caves to A.D. 1768 Boutique Hotel, a recently renovated stately villa peppered with cutting edge design elements overlooking Piazza del Duomo, to cozy inns like Iblainsuite whose rooms’ décor are inspired by Sicilian literature, to modern apartments with well-appointed kitchenettes and roof terraces outfitted to watch the sunrise over the church of Santa Maria delle Scale. Many towns host accommodations such as these within walking distance of excellent restaurants (Micheline rated to family-run spots), delightful boutiques, tempting gelaterie, and classic espresso bars, all nicely supporting your evening passeggiata. In sum, no matter your service expectations, budget, or aesthetic, you will be able to choose from a bounty of wonderful hotels, inns, agriturismi (farmhouses), bed and breakfasts, or holiday apartments in Sicily.
(Location: Ragusa Ibla)