De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel ****

starting from : 100 €
price in low season - check your rate inserting the dates of your stay

Via Cav. F. De Stefano, 15 - Ragusa (Ragusa)

| Tel. +39.070.513489 |
From 100 € ( per Room per Night )
Useful Info
  • CIR 19088009A203234
  • 27 rooms
  • Wellnesscentre
  • Airport Catania (CTA) ca. 67 km
  • Airport Catania (CTA) ca. 67 km
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The hotel is located close to the pedestrian area that leads into charming Ragusa Ibla - the old town and true heart of Ragusa, perched high on its own hilltop with breath-taking views of the surrounding area.

A stone’s throw from the commercial centre of Ragusa, the De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel is the perfect starting point for discovering the stunning Val di Noto and south-eastern Sicily.

An elegant mix of modernity and tradition, the De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel is a period residence spread over several floors, skilfully refurbished so as to preserve its historic value. Authentic materials and nineteenth century frescos blend harmoniously with modern design elements.

Understated and elegant, original architectural features, traditional local materials and elements, attention to detail: this is what the 26 rooms at the De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel have in common. 

Wellness Centre
The exclusive spa at De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel is a small oasis of well-being where guests can replenish body and mind. The wellness centre offers massage areas, a relaxation zone, indoor salt water pool and jacuzzis with water jets and water fountains, Turkish bath with aromatic oils, and a tea area. Guests can also reserve the spa for their exclusive use.

A breakfast of traditional local products is served on the hotel’s elegant patio. The hotel doesn’t have its own restaurant but the staff will be delighted to provide guests with recommendations for the area’s best restaurants.

Services & Activities
Guests are free to use the garden and pool at a hotel located close to De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel (service depends on availability).

The internet connection Wi-Fi is available free of charge in all rooms and common areas.

Paid parking is available in a car park close to the hotel.

Tourist tax, as required by the municipality of Ragusa, must be paid on-site and is € 2 per person/overnight. Children aged under 12 are exempted.


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Services De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel

Distance from the airports
Comiso (CIY Vincenzo Magliocco) approx. 13.8 km
Catania (CTA Fontanarossa) approx. 67.3 km

Rooms – 27 
Breakfast from 07h30 to 10h00  
Check-in from 14h00 
Check-out until 11h00  


  • Wi-Fi in the whole structure


  • Spa

In the surroundings

  • Cultural Centres
  • Tourist centers within walking distance
  • Tourist Centre within 10/15 mins. by car

Common areas

  • Swimming pool


  • Private parking
*NB: The services may not be fully available / working and subject to change for reasons beyond the control of who declines every responsibility.

Rooms De Stefano Palace – Luxury Hotel


6-10 sq.m. - Double bed or French bed Rooms located on the ground floor or upper floors; ...»»


18-25 sqm – Double bed Located on different floors of the hotel. This rooms are spacious and equipped ...»»


25-35 sq.m. – double bed Sophisticated and tasteful furnished double room with elegant frescos and high-quality furnishings ...»»


35-50 sq.m. – Double bed  The suites are located on the first and second floors of the building. ...»»

Single Room

6-10 sq.m. – French double bed/single bed    The single rooms are located between the first and third floors ...»»


35-50 sq.m. - Double bed Prestige rooms are located on the first floor of the building, and are ...»»

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