Hotel Caesar Palace  

This hotel has a super-sized pool, along with a prime position near Mount Etna.

This pretty, ivy-clad hotel has a peaceful setting on the edge of town. The roof terrace offers up some great views of nearby Mount Etna, and you might even catch a glimpse from your room.

The hotel has its own stretch of sand on Giardini Naxos’s sand-and-shingle beach. It’s about a 20-minute walk away, so the hotel runs a free shuttle bus.

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Based On 394 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 4Floors
  • 220Rooms
  • 6Lifts

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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Outdoor pool

With sunbeds, parasols and seating areas around the poolside edge.

Kids' club mid-June to mid-September

The hotel has a kids' club for up to 12 years.

Entertainment team

Open mid-June to mid-September.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4 - can be sold as a single. This room comes with air-conditioning June to September. Cots available.

twin room with balcony

Twin room sleeps up to 4. This room comes with air-conditioning June to September. Cots available.

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Home from Home

Me and my partner stayed here for 8 days at the beginning of April and we loved it! The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and made us both feel very welcome, 'nothing was too much of an ask' The bar staff treated us like family, which created a 'homely' feel and warmth throughout our stay! The reception staff helped us on many occasions to find certain shops such as jewellery, hair salon, nail salon and restaurants. They also provided us with a late check out at 2pm. Transport to and from the local town and beach was free and efficient, which was a great help as on some days we were making 2-3 trips. As a young couple, the hotel served us well and ensured that all our questions and queries were dealt with in a professional manner.More

Sabrina B, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Great Half-term Break

This is a lovely, spacious hotel with big rooms and beautiful gardens. The views of Mount Etna from the terrace are breath-taking! The staff are very friendly and the food is of a high quality, even though it is buffet-style. It is a very clean hotel and everything is very well maintained. There is a great selection of drinks, even on the all-inclusive package but a charge for any cocktails purchased. If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing stay then this is the hotel for you. The only down-side is its location in relation to the rest of Giardini. If you do want to go to the beach or have a stroll along the promenade in an evening you have to get the shuttle bus. You can walk but it is along a busy main road so can be noisy. The local bus service to Taormini (3 Euroes return) is excellent and would definitely recommend a visit there. In all this hotel is excellent value for money and we would definitely go back.More

Celia K,

Overall very good

Only let down by being out of town, although shuttle bus to beach, evenings unvaried; lots of veg but often overcooked, and few vegetarian dishes. Pasta dish each day, salads so got by but not 4 star food in my view. Needed to replenish breakfast tea, coffee and milk more generously in room However, room very nice, balcony more like a small garden so would recommend booking as extra, lovely view of Etna, bar and restaurant staff excellent, lovely grounds and pool. If you want a complete rest and quiet off season, this might be the place for you. We went on 4 excursions organised by First Choice - 2 of which I would recommend as good value. The first to Lipari and Vulcano a varied day by coach and boat; Lipari is a lovely little sea port and we chose to just walk around the streets and not transfer to a tour of the island which would have meant more travelling rather than just being and enjoying the place. Vulcano - smelly from the sulphur but glad I went. Mudbaths, and geysers within the sea like Jacuzzis. The other was the Godfather tour which was a coach trip to the interior and to two villages used for the films but still quite unspoilt in my view as so small. Make sure you look at Nino Ucchino sculptures - they are really wonderful, and visit his studio and shake his hand for making such beautiful things. We would have liked to do the Montalbano tour as well, mainly again for travelling to some villages and around the other side of Sicily, but First Choice didn't inform us of this and we missed it by a day. The 2 tours that weren't good value (for me anyway) were the all day trip to Etna - we were only going halfway up and therefore had to wait around for hours in the cold for the people that were to come back. This could be split into two separate tours, half a day maximum for people like me who couldn't go to the top. The second one was to Syracuse, spoilt for me because it hadn't been clear that it included a long visit to an archaeological site which on the whole didn't interest me, before going to the main old city which did. We were marched around like sheep by a not very nice and very authoritative First Choice tour guide (although the local guide was ok) firstly around the site and then up through the old town in full mid-day heat (around 34 deg) to the main piazza - thereby missing the open hours of the shops, getting burnt, and thoroughly frustrated. I ditched her at the Cathedral and then made my own way around the Chapel to see the Caravaggio and down to the sea for lunch at around 2.30 - we hadn't had a refreshment stop from early morning until mid afternoon. Syracuse looked lovely but I feel I need to go back again to really experience it - something which I probably won't be able to afford to do. I recommend that you find another way to get to Syracuse unless you have desires to experience what it is like to be a sheep and back in your infancy!More

201410, London

Happy stay

Our first visit to Sicily and we enjoyed the stay in Hotel Caesar Palace very much, food very good, room very good and staff excellent. We would recommend the Caesar Palace to anyone. We stayed all inclusive which was ideal as drinks very good.More

Peter B,

Clean & friendly

Myself, 3 siblings and father stayed here for a week all inclusive. Hotel was very clean, reception staff were very friendly, wifi was extra money once there, but I only needed it for business. Our room had a gorgeous balcony, great nights sleep. I felt the food was a bit poor, there was a lot of it, but not a great deal of choice and the food didn't change much each night. It would have been nice to have more of a selection of "snacks" in the day, not just dry sweet croissants. During the day only certain alcoholic drinks were included in our package, I know there has to be rules in place, but think they could have allowed a couple more options. If you are thinking of going early September; expect it to be quiet and able to get a sun lounger, lovely, quiet evenings with no entertainment team, again lovely, however if you are in your 20s, like us, don't expect fun drunken nights. So evenings for us were dull. Mount Etna and Touamina were great places to visit and worth the visit. Amazing views!! We weren't impressed with the beach near us, whilst we were there a gentlemans bag was stolen. So we didn't go there again, we did however hire a little speed boat, which was great fun!More

Lilyv290,

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