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Il San Corrado di Noto, Noto, Sicily
This sophisticated hotel in the countryside just outside the mediaeval town of Noto is one of just three Relais & Châteaux hotels on the island. Dating back to the 18th-century, when it was the summer getaway of Prince Nicolaci, the property has been transformed into an all-suite five-star hotel with Siciliy's longest swimming pool (100m). Enjoy walks among the olive and citrus trees that dot the surrounding land, play a game or two of tennis, relax in the spa or take the free shuttle to the hotel's private beach club. As the sun sets, order a cocktail to drink on your private terrace before heading to the fine dining restaurant Principe di Belludia for tasting menus of global cuisine, or settling for the more rustic fare in Casa Pasta.
We loved the expansive horizon as the sun sets over the surrounding fields.
Explore the baroque town of Noto, with its beautiful architecture. Or head to one of the secluded beaches, within a 20-minute drive.
By plane: direct flights to Catania take 3 hours from London. The hotel is over an hour's drive. Free on-site parking available. skyscanner.com
Style & Character
The hotel suits well-heeled weekending couples. The 19th century chapel has been left untouched.
Service & Facilities
Outdoor gym equipment encourages you to work out with the scent of citrus wafting in the breeze.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Tennis court
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
The private villas are the most exclusive, can accommodate families or groups and come with their own swimming-sized pool. Mosquito nets cover the beds to keep out any bugs.
Deluxe Suite, Junior Suite, Premium Suite, Master Suite, Premium Pool Suite, Junior Pool Suite, Premium Pool Villa, Luxury Pool Villa
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, patio with table and chairs, TV, Bose speaker, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
For a supplement, tasting menus can be enjoyed with paired Sicilian wines. The blue lobster, served with a vanilla crustacean bisque, black rice cream and a saffron crisp was delicious.
Principe di Belludia: gourmet restaurant, Mediterranean cuisine. Open for dinner, Tue-Sun. Tasting menu from €130.
Osteria Casa Pasta: casual grill restaurant, Sicilian cuisine. Dishes include pizza, pasta, grilled meat and fish. Open daily for lunch and dinner.