Hotel Villa Angela

Hotel Villa Angela

Terrace with views from every room and great hospitality from Charlie and ''his Angels'' Ada and Kathrine.

  • Best For Families, Couples, Beach Holidays
  • Rooms 23 rooms with a terrace equipped with loungers, table and chairs and views of Mount Etna and the sea
  • Highlights Splendidly sited above the town and the sea with a lovely pool area and sun loungers on the terrace.
    Free parking and its location just outside the historic centre make it an ideal base for those wanting to hire a car and explore the surroundings.
  • Holiday Offers 5 nights from £650 per person on a BB basis including fully comprehensive car hire arranged at the airport.

Hotel Villa Angela

The hotel is designed to take advantage of the spectacular views.  Newly built, the exterior is reminiscent of a Sicilian villa, with wrought-iron balconies that twist away from Sicilian stone walls, and gardens filled with olive and almond trees.

Inside, polished-chestnut furniture and Sicilian ceramics continue the authentic theme, although the overall design feels contemporary with potted plants adding a splash of colour here and there against pastel walls and creamy marble floors.

Breakfast is served on the outdoor terrace by the pool with the sun rising over Mount Etna as a backdrop for those who are up in time. 

All rooms have a furnished terrace with picture-perfect views of Mount Etna and the Bay of Naxos.
  • Disabled Access
  • Wi-Fi in all areas
  • Lift
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel shuttle


Rooms differ in size but all come with a large terrace and view 

Deluxe Rooms
These rooms measure approximately 20 sqm

Deluxe Superior Rooms
These rooms are about 20sqm and have a bathroom with whirlpool tub

Junior Suite
These rooms measure up to 24sqm and have a King Size bed

Etna Suite
Measuring approximately 40 sq. meters, this suite includes two separate bedrooms, each with its own small terrace equipped with loungers, table and chairs.

Leonardo Da Vinci Suite
Welcoming, exclusive suite measuring approximately 50 sq. metres with a small terrace.
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning / Heating
  • Satellite TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Mini-bar
  • Safety deposit box
  • Furnished balcony
  • Bathroom with whirlpool tub and shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobe and slippers
  • Courtesy Kit
  • Terrace furnished with table and sun loungers

Hotel Restaurant

Breakfast is served leisurely on the terrace overlooking the Bay of Naxos and Mt Etna. You help yourself to the vast Sicilian offering: trails of pastries, fresh fruit and yoghurts, plates of cheese and ham, bacon and eggs.
There is no evening restaurant but the staff will happily recommend somewhere or arrange room delivery if you prefer to eat in the privacy of your own terrace. 

During the day, those who prefer to lounge by the pool can take advantage of the bar for salads, toasts, paninis, aperitifs and cocktails.
Other Restaurant Nearby
The restaurants of Taormina are just a couple of minutes away with the hotel's shuttle, but just a few steps from the Villa Angela, try the Al Saraceno serving grilled seafood and fish, pasta and pizzas on the panoramic terrace.


Villa Angela is below the Chiesa della Madonna Rocca, about 20 minutes' walk from Taormina's centre. By way of compensation, there are incredible views and the hotel provides a shuttle service, besides the local bus, to get into town.

For even more spectacular views over Taormina and Mount Etna, take a walk up to Castelmola, a pretty hamlet nestled high above Taormina.

The Beach Clubs of Taormina and Mazzaro' include free pick-up and return transportation from teh hotel.


Villa Romana del Casale

Villa Romana del Casale

At the foot of Mount Mangone, about 6 km south-west from Piazza Armerina, in a basin surrounded by low hills rich in vegetation, stands a splendid Roman villa, famous throughout the world as Villa Romana del Casale, named after the district in which it is located.

With an area of ​​over 3,500 square meters, the Roman Villa del Casale in Piazza Armerina, built in the 3rd-4th century AD, is one of the most precious jewels left by the Romans in Sicily. Hunting residence of the emperor M. Valerio Massimiano (known as Hércules Victor), is an extraordinary testimony of the life of the times thanks to its splendid mosaic decorations whose fame has travelled around the world.
How to visit Mt Etna

How to visit Mt Etna

Etna is the tallest active volcano in Europe and its lunar landscape is one of the most interesting natural attractions in Sicily.

There are various routes of length and difficulty for trekking enthusiasts and more "comfortable" alternatives such as the train. So let's see in this article how to visit Etna and what are the options.