Welcome to Tale Restaurant&Suite, your Piedimonte Etneo “home away from home.” Tale Restaurant&Suite aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out Santuario di Santa Maria di Vena (2.7 mi) while visiting Piedimonte Etneo, Tale Restaurant&Suite is a short distance away.
Tale Restaurant&Suite offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The small hotel offers a concierge, room service, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Gianluca's Restaurant and PizzeriaRistorante Pizzeria da Gianluca, one of the seafood restaurants that can be found in Piedimonte Etneo, which is a short distance from Tale Restaurant&Suite.
During your visit, be sure to check out Chiesa Santa Maria del Rosario (0.8 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the small hotel.
Tale Restaurant&Suite puts the best of Piedimonte Etneo at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
A stunning modern boutique hotel set amongst Beautiful grounds...including Olive, lemon and Orange trees.. Fantastic pool, great service and a good location to explore the East coast... It is however very remote and you absolutely need a car, but I think you do for any visit to Sicily..
- To sum up: NOT luxury. Comparing with other places in Sicily, this was more on the €100, not €200 bracket. I guess there is a premium on vicinity to Taormina. - Overall it *looks* way better than it actually *is*. The outside is pretty so it’s deceitful; the rooms seem well appointed but aren’t that great on a closer look. They are large though. - Scarce towels (no, I don’t need 3, just one of decent size), cheap curtains, terrible foam pillows, foam mattress, subpar linens, cheap in-room tea selection. Housekeeping a little sloppy. - Bad noise isolation. I heard the neighbors’ whole morning routine. - A pro or a con: Not really in Taormina but 10 km away through toll road. You need the car to go anywhere -but then again you’re away from the awful crowds of Taormina proper. - As it was summer, the bed was made with only the top sheet; for warmth there was a quite sorry and heavy wool cover (who uses that anymore?). I think this price merits a nice duvet, doesn’t have to be 100% goose but jeez. - Rooms are double height, with bed on mezzanine. But as the windows are not that high, the room never has enough natural light. The “ocean view” is actually there when you step out to the terrace. - Bedside lamps: either both on or both off. Why? - Shower had only one temperature, no matter how much you turned the knob. - Bathroom not at its best... the half-length (cutoff) plastic curtain for privacy on the outside-facing window is especially sad for an establishment catalogued as “luxury”. - This is more about personal taste, but still a fair point: Upon entering the room it was very dense with the (to me, headache-inducing) diffuser scent. Even if I’d liked the scent it would have been too much. I had to put it out and open all the windows even though it was raining. - Breakfast complete but prepackaged, including the juices. - Overall not much ambience.…
Could be a wonderful hotel, but lucrative events pre-occupy the staff and take over the hotel. Rooms and pool are lovely, and the views are breathtaking. However, who wants to have a rock n roll band / wedding party literally outside of your hotel room until the small hours. We had no sleep at all that night, and a complaint in the morning did not receive any apology at all. Left with a bad memory of the place, and would not return. Owners need to decide if they want to run a hotel or party venue, but not both.
Tale hotel was an astonishing experience. Situated with panorama view of the sea. Beautiful and modern architecture, all very clean and neat. All the staff were attentive and helpful. Big parking lot. It is a really quiet and peaceful place, wit short distance to Taormina and other highlights along the eastern coast of Sicily. Nice and clean pool with a bar aside, where we also could get light meals. This is really a place we would like to come back to another time.
Pharmacy family who inherited the land and old wine building and made into a boutique hotel 3 years ago. Gloria at the reception was super helpful, booked us small private winery and great Mt Etna tour. Staff is very attentive, remember what we ate, etc. Breakfast was great, tons of freshly cooked pastries, bread and quiches. The restaurant chef has been there for 2 years and is very well trained, apparently he worked at a Switzerland Michelin star restaurant before. The pool area is very relaxing but I think the tiles need a good scrubbing. Checkout is early, 10:30. A close drive to Taoromini and Mt Etna.