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Bel Soggiorno Hotel Restaurant, restored in 1998, is set in a charming position over the sea, in Quercianella. We offer you a garden with pine-wood, a solarium and a private beach area. All our bedrooms are ensuite with tv colour, telephone, balcony and a wonderful view of the sea. Our restaurant has a air-conditioned hall. We will offer you a typical menu of Mediterranean and Tuscan cooking.
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Grade: 87 out of 100
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Via Luigi Pirandello 60 Quercianella, 98039, Taormina, Sicily Italy
My family (husband & 2 teens) stayed three nights in November. The view from the balcony is the most beautiful that I have ever seen. The hotel itself is very old school with vintage decor. It was spotlessly clean, and they served a very authentic...More
Clean well run hotel with beautiful sea views. The breakfasts were fresh very enjoyable with provisions for breakfast for early start trips
During the week the hotel organise a special evening meal at extra charge.
This was both entertaining and a great evenings dining. The...More
This is a lovely hotel in a beautiful garden setting built in to the side of a hill 7 minutes walk from the pretty town of Taormina. The hotel itself is very quaint and full of character. The staff are super helpful and we loved...More
We have just had 4 nights in Taormina, Sicily staying at Hotel Bel Soggiorno. From checking in to departing at 04.40am for our flight from Catania, the staff could not have been more helpful at this delightful well-established hotel, situated on the steep hillside below...More
This hotel was so accommodating and had a breathtaking view. My friend and I arrived late from our flight. The man at the front desk, Luigi, took the time to prepare us a meat and cheese platter and a bottle of wine. They were all...More