Sorella Luna is very close to the train station on a street that seems a bit dubious when you arrive (at night, at least, as we did) but not unsafe - and is in fact par for the course for non-Ortigian Siracusa. It is very well-located for both walking to Ortigia (south) or to the Greek & Roman ampitheatres (north) or to the archeological museum (northeast). We had a good experience with the staff, who were helfpul and tolerant of our attempts at Italian, and cheerfully locked away our bags when we checked out and went exploring one last time. (We stayed two nights, then went to Catania to take the ferry to Naples.) Breakfast was the best we had in Sicily - a wide assortment of fresh breads, confections/pastries, and meat and cheese. I must mention that they had delicious donuts - the old-fashioned kind, deep fried with powder sugar. I ate many. (In summer, I should note, you can eat out on the roof - a bit chilly for our stay, though there were some hardy Germans out there nonetheless.) The room itself was very clean, and plenty big for our doublebed and sofabed (for the two kids); the sofabed was not hugely comfortable but for a 9 and 6 year old it served just fine. Contacting the hotel directly by email, by the way, produced a cheaper rate than various internet sites.
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