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Hotel Atelier Sul Mare
Founded by Antonio Presti, the entrepreneur and art collector behind the town's Fiumara d'Arte project, this utterly whimsical hotel at the water's edge has 22 'art rooms' conceptualised and realised by Italian and international artists between 1990 a...
Hotel Villa Belvedere
Built in 1902, the jaw-droppingly pretty Villa Belvedere was one of the original grand hotels, well-positioned with fabulous views and luxuriant gardens, which are a particular highlight...
Book well in advance for one of the sea-view rooms at this calmly stylish hotel on the Ortygia waterfront, at the edge of la Giudecca neighbourhood...
Hotel Villa Athena
With the Tempio della Concordia lit up in the near distance and palm trees lending an exotic Arabian Nights feel, the views from this historic five-star are magnificent...
Hidden in Malfa's hillside lanes and gleaming with recent renovations is this alluring labyrinth of antique-clad rooms, peach-coloured stucco walls, tall blue windows and vine-covered terraces with full-on views of Stromboli...
Isoco Guest House
Every room in this exceptionally welcoming, gay-friendly B&B is dedicated to an artist – from Botticelli to the sculpted buttocks and pant-popping thighs on the walls of the Herb Ritts room...
B&B Tre Metri Sopra Il Cielo
Just off Caltagirone's famous staircase, this is a fantastic B&B run by a friendly and enthusiastic young couple...
Lovingly landscaped with bougainvillea, palms and herbs, this hillside complex south of the port is ideal for families or anyone wishing to linger a while on Marettimo. Each of the 44 apartments comes with a kitchen and porch...
Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes
Dating from 1874, this is one of Palermo's most historically fascinating hotels. Like a royal court, it's been the scene of intrigue, liaisons and double-dealings...
Il Principe Hotel
This boutique-style hotel in an 18th-century building features luxurious rooms on one of the liveliest nightlife streets in town (thank goodness for double glazing!)...
A classic hostel with rooms of six to 10 beds and some doubles. There’s no lockout, an internet point is provided (€2 per hour) and you can do laundry (€4 per wash)...
This welcoming hostel has earned a flurry of complimentary letters from Lonely Planet readers who highly rate its warm, friendly atmosphere, lack of curfew and open kitchen. It’s a 10-minute walk from the town centre.
A Casa Di Amici
In a renovated 19th-century palazzo , this artsy, hostel-type place behind Teatro Massimo has four colourful rooms sleeping two to four, with shared bathrooms and a guest kitchen...
Hotel Villa Diana
Swiss artist Edwin Hunziker converted this Aeolian house into a bohemian-spirited hotel in the 1950s. It stands above Lipari town in a garden of citrus trees and olives and offers panoramic views from the terrace...
This boutique hotel is situated just off lovely Piazza Marina. Rooms, while on the small side, are warmly decorated with rugs and parquet floors, plus tasteful artwork and furniture...
Al Giardino Dell'alloro
This bijou B&B with flat-screen TVs, free wi-fi and walls hung with artwork from the nearby academy is a very pleasant retreat. The rooms are painted in vivid colours and there’s a communal fridge for guests’ use...
This is a B&B that doubles as a shrine to stylish design. It's all baptism whites, heavenly blues and cobalt greys, with straight lines leading the eye across the elegant furnishings...
This 19th-century villa surrounded by lovely gardens has an old Spanish hacienda feel, but it’s also jam-packed with 21st-century amenities including tennis courts and wi-fi...
The town's only hostel is open year-round and occupies a house with a roof terrace commanding panoramic sea views...
These comfortable rooms, some sleeping up to five people, are off Via Garibaldi near Marina Corta. You’ll find the owner nearby at Vico Selinunte 21. There’s a communal kitchen, plus two terraces with views...
Hotel Villa Schuler
Surrounded by shady terraced gardens and with views of Mt Etna, the rose-pink Villa Schuler is family-owned and preserves a homely atmosphere. A lovely breakfast is served on the panoramic terrace. A great choice.
East of town on a rocky outcrop, this German-run, family-oriented hotel has its own pebbly beach, restaurant and fabulous pool...