Villa Morgana Resort & Spa ****
In the wonderful natural setting of the Strait of Messina and Lake Ganzirri, the Hotel Villa Morgana Resort & Spa is a villa built in the 1970's that has been attentively converted into a hotel with exclusive and modern facilities. With just 15 rooms, all spacious and stylishly furnished, the hotel has an aura of exclusivity and a relaxing atmosphere that extends throughout the large outdoor pool with hydro-massage jets, the restaurant where guests can try the famous Sicilian gastronomy, on the beach and in the spa with its sauna, Turkish bath, and areas for massage and beauty treatments. All this, a short distance from some of the most popular cultural and touristic attractions on the island.
Wellness at the Hotel Villa Morgana Resort benings in the splendid outdoor pool with hydro-massage jets, overlooking Lake Ganzirri. The experience continues in the Ki Klub, the hotel Spa, with a Turkish bath, sauna, sensation shower and hydro-massage bath on the terrace. The Wellness Centre offers a wide range of massages administered by qualified professionals, from the Anti-stress to the Hot Stone massage, foot reflexology, shiatsu, or massages with candles or Argan oil. The centre also offers purification rituals of middle eastern tradition, beauty treatments (peeling or scrubs) and Cloud packs that are applied in a special bath with a water bed heated to a constant 38 degrees, which optimises the treatments applied with herbs and natural packs.
The 15 bedrooms of the Hotel Villa Morgana Resort & Spa are all unique and decorated in a contemporary style with all modern comforts including free Wi-Fi internet access.
The Morgana Restaurant of the Hotel Villa Morgana serves traditional Sicilian cuisine prepared using fresh products from the land and sea. The resort also contains the less formal Ristorante Ki Kafè, where guests can have lunch or dinner by the pool during the summer.
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The Hotel Villa Morgana Resort & Spa is just a few kilometres from the city of Messina, an area rich with interesting places to visit and itineraries to explore, such as the cathedral and bell tower that holds the largest astronomical clock in the world, the Fountain of Orion in Piazza Duomo, the Churches of Catalani and Santa Maria Alemanna, the Monastery of Santa Maria Delle Valle, the Theatre Vittorio Emanuele and the regional museum. A little further away, but certainly worth a visit, are Taormina and the Greek Theatre, the Aeolian Islands (by hydrofoil from Messina or Milazzo), the Etna National Park, the Nebrodi National Park, the nature reserve of the lakes of Marinello and the Tindari Sancturary, Santo Stefano di Camastra and Caltagirone, both famous for the ceramic arts and crafts, the Gole dell'Alcantara river gorge, and the towns of Piazza Armerina, Siracusa, Ortigia and Noto.
Over 6 years of age pay € 2.50 per day.
Number of rooms accessible for persons with disabilities : 2