Hotels in Sicily

Hotels in Sicily

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Sicily
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Best cities to book a hotel in Sicily

Below are the average prices for hotels in the most popular cities in Sicily

Price

£46 - £120

CHEAPEST CITY IN SICILYAgrigento37% cheaperHotels in Agrigento are the cheapest in Sicily at just £46 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN SICILYCefalù40% more expensiveCefalù has the highest priced hotels in Sicily with rooms averaging £120 per night
MOST POPULAR CITY IN SICILYPalermo68% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Palermo than any other city in Sicily

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Hotels in popular cities in Sicily

Below are the most popular cities in Sicily to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book cheap hotels in Sicily

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Low seasonFebruarycheapest month to stay
High seasonJunemost expensive time to stay
64%expected price decrease
39%expected price increase

Price

£58 - £265

Cheapest day of weekWednesdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
Highest day of weekSundayis the most expensive day of the week to book
£167is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
£314is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

How much does a hotel in Sicily cost per night?

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Hostels and cheap hotels in Sicily

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Useful insights on Sicily hotels

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Lowest Hotel Price

£16

Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Grand Hotel Wagner

Hotels Near Airport

6115

Average Length of Stay

3 days
The cheapest price for a room in Sicily found in the last 7 days is £16/night. This rate is available with Le Coccole, a 1-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Grand Hotel Wagner, the most popular 5-star hotel in Sicily (8.8/10 rating - based on 2,081 reviews).
There are 6,115 hotels in Sicily close to Catania Fontanarossa. Villa Grazia Giardini Naxos Taormina is the nearest with a distance of 0.2 mi from this airport.
On average, people stay for 3 days when lodging at hotels in Sicily. The average accommodation price for 3 days in Sicily in the past week is £438.

Information about staying in Sicily

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What are the best areas of Sicily to visit to see arts and entertainment?

Book a hotel in Sicily and enjoy thousands of museums, churches and palaces, ancient monuments and archaeological sites. From Roman amphitheatres and Byzantine mosaics to Gothic cathedrals, there is plenty of fascinating history and architecture to discover. Celebrated Sicilian artists include Antonello da Messina and Renato Guttuso, whose most famous work, La Vucciria, is housed in the Palazzo Chiaramonte-Steri in Palermo. Don’t miss the stunning mosaics at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Villa Romana del Casale, the Valley of Temples in Agrigento and the Ancient Greek theatre at Taormina, a short walk from Hotel Villa Paradiso. Be dazzled by the gilded religious iconography at Capella Palatina in the Norman Palace in Palermo and the incredible Fiumara d’Arte, an outdoor art gallery of contemporary sculptures extending from the Tyrrhenian coast to Nebrodi Park. You can also discover innovative contemporary galleries in Palermo, Modica, Catania and Trapani, where you can find great Sicily hotels.

Which cities in Sicily are best for dining?

Sicilian gastronomy is a melting pot of Mediterranean culture, with strong Greek, Arabic, Spanish and North African influences. Sun-ripened fruit and vegetables are grown in the fertile volcanic soil, including aubergines, artichokes and almonds, citrus fruit, and capers. Local favourites include pasta with sardines as well as chocolate from Modica. Fish and seafood are popular along the coast, where you can enjoy fresh swordfish, sea bass and clams. If you’re staying at the Airone City Hotel in Catania, get up early to visit the local fish market. The mountainous regions of Madonie and Nebrodi produce excellent cheeses including caciocavallo ragusano. Palermo has a rich street food culture with tasty snacks such as chickpea fritters and deep-fried arancini. Specialities in Trapani and Pantelleria include couscous served with fish or, for a vegetarian option, ravioli stuffed with ricotta and mint. If you have a sweet tooth, try the classic cannoli filled with ricotta. Marsala in the west of Sicily is known for its fortifie