Hotel-Museum Atelier sul Mare is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Castel di Tusa, offering a quirky environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the hotel.
Hotel-Museum Atelier sul Mare features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a convenience store, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Castel di Tusa barbeque restaurants such as Al Punto, which is a short distance from Hotel-Museum Atelier sul Mare.
Enjoy your stay in Castel di Tusa!
We stayed at this hotel in Castel di Tusa for two nights. Upon arrival we were given the option of two rooms which was greatly appreciated, especially since the first room was painted almost completely black and was extremely dark (apparently this was some sort of art concept). We opted for the room that was more sizeable and were fortunate enough to have a balcony overlooking the sea and put the two chairs from the room out to view the seascape. The room was basic and had interesting art splattered all over the wall in every direction with some interesting pieces on the floor too. Sadly the bathroom really let the room down, the floor and ceiling were painted dark blue which gave it a very unsanitary and oppressive feeling. When I had a shower it was not hot, but when my partner showered there was hot water. Breakfast on the first morning (Sunday) was like a farmyard. There was a dog barking in the breakfast room (we are not dog people and think it is unacceptable that dogs are eating breakfast with us). We sat on a table with chairs, as one does at breakfast. I was then tutted and frowned at by a disgruntled waitress who shook her head at me and disapproved at our seating location, but then eventually said ‘ok’ to where we were sat after my partner questioned her. Extremely bizarre and I have never had such a poor attitude from staff where I have been paying and have sat at a table with seats in the breakfast room. Perhaps it was an art installation we were not aware of. There was also irritating ‘chill out’ music playing in the breakfast room which was not for us and further soured the experience. Luckily on our second morning of our stay the breakfast server was lovely and we were not berated over our choice of seating location and no dogs were barking. When we went to check out the staff were disinterested and preferred to speak to the Italian natives who arrived after us at the check out desk which did not leave us feeling valued as customers. We weren’t even sure our check out procedure had been completed as nobody said thank you or goodbye and continued to chat to the Italian guests. We simply excused ourselves, irritated and begrudged at poor service, an oppressive, unclean feeling of a room and bizarre contemporary ‘art’. If you want a clean, airy, fresh place to stay with good service this is not it. If you want somewhere you can subjectively evaluate as having good aesthetic and shroud it in contemporary art than this is your place. I only bumped this review up to a 3 because the town is a quaint little fishing village with a picturesque beach. …
Unique dreamy experience and amazing Art hotel, welcomed by passionate and dedicated staff. A must do if you are traveling to Sicily! We had the luck to visit some of the art rooms guided by Paolo and pick ours. Indescribable: you will have to visit for yourself to understand the fascination behind this Museum-hotel you are stepping in, that guests are able not only to touch but even to sleep and live in! We strongly recommend to book directly by calling the hotel and arrange a visit of the art rooms first. Each room is unique and to be discovered, we loved ours (we chose the Nest) also for the view and the light (stunning at Sunrise). The location allows you to immerse yourselves even deeper in the art-tasting experience by accessing Fiumara d’arte hills walking through contemporary Art pieces all around. We will definitely return!…
Don't imagine a proper hotel with all impeccable services. It's an experience of art, every rooms have been made by generous artists from all over the world. Presti, who had imagined all this, will welcome you before a visit, yes, because it's possible to have a look to the others rooms if they're empty. A guide will tell you about each room and therefore artist. Unfortunately, the area around is not very well maintained so I suggest you to take a look to the others sculptures disseminate in the aerea following the signposting on the road.
This hotel is a very unique hotel not far from Cefalù, every room have been designed by very famous contemporary artist... Guest should be prepared to destroyed every mental scheme to enter in this new dimention. The hotel is strategically placed to discover la fiumara arte open air land Art, the wild nature of Madonie National Park and the beautiful village of Cefalù
My husband and I arrived quite late, rain was pouring down and the small road (and only road) to the hotel was blocked due to roadwork. We called them several times beeing close by but nobody answered so we walked in to check if the whole hotel had been shut down. After rather long wait in the reception area we got the explanation that the telephoneline had been cut off due to the heavy rain, so everything was ok and we could check in. We were escorted to a room on 3rd floor and it was great! I fell in love at once. Green furniture with a touch of the 70's. Robust. Simple. Welcoming. Every wall in a different colour. No TV (didn't miss one either). No minibar. Perfectly functioning AC. Fantastic seaview from our balcony. We kept the door open listening to the waves falling asleep and wakening seeing the sunrise over the horizon. Toilet somewhat hard to flush down even one single paper. Hot water i shower sometimes took quite long time, but we are 100% ok with that. Room was nice and clean. Breakfast was sufficient and we enjoyed trying all the cakes. Coffee great. We stayed there three nights and would love to return someday.…