The Hotel Gutkowski is a charming boutique hotel situated on Lungomare di Levante, a promenade on the waterfront of Ortygia, which is a small island constituting the historical centre of Syracuse (Italian: Siracusa). With such a central location, Hotel Gutkowski is the ideal starting point for exploring the city, as hotel guests can easily walk to the sights of Ortygia. The possibility of arriving at the hotel by car and finding nearby parking is a great advantage.

Our hotel consists of two beautiful and recently renovated historical buildings dated from the 19th century, both of which retain their Mediterranean flair as well as charming atmosphere. Both buildings are also just a few steps from the sea. Our boutique hotel is made up of 26 unique rooms, all with their own charm and character.Hotel Gutkowski has a unique style, totally different from the other hotels in Syracuse.

The modern furniture has been harmoniously selected to complement the hotel’s historic and lovingly restored interior. Several pieces of furniture have been designed specifically for Hotel Gutkowski with a respect to the local traditions, design and culture. Make your way to one of our idyllic terraces overlooking the beautiful sea with a panorama that goes from the Ionian Sea to the Etna.

Basic Room

Comfortable rooms with plain and functional furniture, our basic

Classic Room

Our classic rooms are breezy and luminous, singles or doubles.

Plus Room

Peaceful and relaxing, our beautiful, individually furnished

Servizi

Breakfast

We are very proud of our buffet breakfast which is based on local and organic products: orange juice in winter, almond milk and granitas in

Terrace with View

Our beautiful terraces are the best places to relax and enjoy the spectacular sea views.

Restaurant

The restaurant is our beautiful place to be before your night out. It’s open from 7 pm up to midnight and it serves a daily changing menu of modern Sicilian

Lounge Areas

Our hotel offers various carefully decorated lounge areas where you can relax and recharge. Hotel Gutkowski has a lift and a number of accessible,

THE NEW YORK TIMES
THE NEW YORK TIMES
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Hotel Gutkowski is small, elegant and simple, on the seafront.
THE GUARDIAN
THE GUARDIAN
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The old town is a maze of winding streets and small piazzas crammed on to the tiny island of Ortigia. It’s here you’ll find the low-key Hotel Gutkowski, which has simple, stylish rooms and a charming roof terrace where breakfast is served.
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Head for the lovely powder-blue upmarket guesthouse Hotel Gutkowski, which is still my favourite place to stay in old Siracusa.
MANDY R
MANDY R
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This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed at. The bed was so comfortable. I could have stayed in there forever. The views were so amazing. I can’t even describe them. It was also in a great location right on the coast and within walking distance to everything and close to the bridge to the mainland of the island.
CONCIERGE.COM
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The secret is out: Hotel Gutkowski is the best bargain in ancient, seaside Siracusa…Your room rate includes one of the best continental breakfasts in Siracusa, with fresh-squeezed juices, homemade jams and pastries, and organic fruit.
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER UK
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER UK
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Along its seaward side are fishermen’s houses, some weatherbeaten, others restored, like Hotel Gutkowski. It is welcoming and appealing in its simplicity: light rooms, salvaged furniture; and my bedroom has one of those little balconies you see old ladies sitting on, looking out to sea. Once the day-trippers have departed, to be staying the night here feels like a privilege.
BROKE IN LONDON
BROKE IN LONDON
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Gutkowski definitely has something special. Perhaps this magic is partly due to its name, which comes from the Polish grandfather of the owner Paola, a real traveller. Every day at 5pm during summer, granita is offered for free on a big terrace facing the sea. The breakfast features delicious local and organic products, such as orange juice in the winter and almond milk and granitas in the summer.
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