Room surface 70m²
The garden of orange trees is typical in Sicily, more rare to find it in the courts of the palaces of the city of Val di Noto, where his presence delicate scent fills the space and the view. So for the orange grove historic Palazzo Trigona, the last witness of a beautiful garden, overlooked by the balconies of the suites.
Room surface 50m²
Sculptures typical of ceramic Sicilian also called " Heads Moro " . This name comes from the legend that tells of the love of a beautiful girl and a young brown Palermo that was passing under his balcony and , struck by her beauty , he decided he wants to do his . The girl waited for the night and killed him while he slept moro , beheaded him and the head made it a vessel in which he planted basil that put on display on the balcony , so the dark remained forever with her. Basil meanwhile thrived arousing the envy of the local residents who , not to be outdone, became manufacture of clay pots with the human form .
Room surface 150m²
This was one of the rooms that the prince loved the most because its terrace overlooking the garden of orange trees, opens the horizon of the historical center, almost breaking on the three most important churches of Noto: The St. Saviour, St. Clare and the St. Nicholas Cathedral, which offers an unprecedented view of the dome was rebuilt after the collapse of 1996, and baroque frames the landscape in a landscape so vast as to embrace the east coast to Marzamemi and Capo Passero, the last piece of Italy the Mediterranean.
- General services
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Leisure Amenities
- Non guarded parking, Small Pets, Small Pets, WiFi Internet connection