Sicily

Palazzo Restifa

Montalbano Elicona (Me)

RESTIFA PALACE

The Palace rises the imposing to the south of the central square of the historical town of Montalbano Elicona (ME), elected Borgo dei Borghi d’Italia 2015.

Once a family home and business headquarters of the country, the palace has been over the last two years the subject of recovery and careful restoration and meticulous from part of the property in order to keep intact the architectural style of the sicilian late XVIII century, recovering most of the Constructive materials originals.

The interiors recall the period charm enriched the everything from services and modern comforts that make this hotel an ideal environment for a comfortable stay in the ancient and original Sicily.

The building consists of three floors.

The area located on the ground floor of the building was dedicated in part a space for the organization of exhibitions and events not lucrative to background socio cultural, as well as the organization of artistic events and crafts open to the public and a part is composed of rooms dedicated to services for guests staying at the Palazzo such as gym, cellar with possibility wine tasting and local products, activity rooms ludic plan overlying revised in housing key, consists of large entrance, lounge area / Library / ludic, rooms with private bath with solution suite, single, double/twin, family groups. Climbing the internal staircase, characterized by a structure of aeration that from the cellars reaches the floor, invigorating and airing it out the interiors once used also as deposit collected of the surrounding land, it reaches the last floor.

Here alternates a solution of accommodation ideal for groups and families and lounges to use Food & Beverage Breakfast (and “lunches theme”) and meetings/conferences/feasts. The plan ends, on the side of the square with a wide terrace lit up that allows you to enjoy a splendid view over the historical center and the castle of Frederick II.

Palazzo Restifa shares the objectives the socio-cultural cultivated by the APS Lucia Restifa, Institution of the third sector non-profit, which deals to realize activities socio-cultural support, awareness, collection and charity regarding neurodegenerative diseases, also in the field of oncology, dependencies and childhood.

Accommodation and services

The Residence offers its customers suite, single rooms – double/twin – Triple – Family/groups every room is equipped with bed linen and bathroom with bathrobes and slippers, toiletries kit, hairdryer, minibar and tea and coffee facilities, safe, WiFi, satellite TV and breakfast served buffet which you can enjoy in the indoor dining room or on the terrace in absolute tranquillity in loco you will have at your disposal a multilingual staff that greets you on your arrival to welcome you and give you all the information that you will appreciate and will accompany you in your stay for every requirement also: local map and informative book for excursions on the spot (with guide on request) staff will be at your disposal For bookings for excursions – Events – Boat trips – quod – horseback excursions

Dining Room with TV – Bar and access to the terrace equipped with catering service on request from which you can enjoy a beautiful panorama with view on the castle of Frederick II and the historical center of the village reading room and playful salt wine cellar with adjoining room for themed dinners with menu dedicated to know the products and the local cuisine (to agree on the spot) left luggage area private parking on request up to exhaustion seats or facing the road WiFi throughout the building and satellite TV Mountain bike hire (until exhaustion) Gymnasium Laundry private boat with skipper for excursions Customized on request of customers location.

The Residence Restifa Palace is located in an ideal position to enjoy the cool summer of its Altura 920 meters a.s.l. and visit in addition to the historical town with the castle of Frederick II and the terrace on the gulf of Milazzo and the Aeolian Islands.

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