Allegroitalia Hotel & Condo on The New York Times. We thank our friends overseas for the mention and we are pleased to have given them a wonderful stay in our structure at Syracuse Ortigia.
“My check-in at the Allegroitalia Syracuse Ortigia went smoothly, thanks to a young woman at the front desk named Gabriella. I’d booked an early spring special, which promised a second night at a rate of 79 euros (about $96; the first night was 85 euros) in exchange for an upgraded room, breakfast, a free gift and complimentary admission to the Miqwe Jewish ritual baths across the street. The “free gift” was something of a let down (I believe it was the chocolate left for me near the bed) but the room and its view of the city’s ceramic tiled roofs and, beyond that, a deep cerulean sea, were lovely. (Even the leak in my room ended up not being a big deal: My laptop and phone were fine. I turned my laptop off immediately, held it upside down, and dried it thoroughly. I was also given a new room).“