The Austrian noblewoman Maria Teresa Laudien in 1862, after she met the man of her life, Salvatore Politi, Syracuseâ?? s painter, founded Villa Politi, which quickly became an international leader thanks to its style and subtlety. Meeting place for Art Culture, Politics, Nobility: Princes and Kings from all over Europe, Dâ??annunzio, Ojetti, Vergani, Sir Winston Churchill, until pope John Paul II, president of Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi. It arises on a unique location, the Quarries of Cappuccini, almost perpendicular to the coast and with fantastic views of the sea of Syracuse. An oasis of peace and tranquility surrounded by large park in the heart of the city of Syracuse.All 100 rooms has interiors furnished in the classic art nouveau style that combines well with the elegance of the nineteenth century villa. The 100 rooms of hotel, have a breathtaking view of the quarries and the sea, or in the park and in the pool.
Due to recent Tourist Tax Regulations all bookings might be subjected to an additional charge (fixed per destination/hotel) paid locally at the Hotel.