Hotel Signum

Location: Sicily & Aeolian Islands | Italy

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

In an enchanting archipelago just off the coast of Sicily, Hotel Signum has been beautifully renovated from antique cottages, and features an infinity pool set amidst picturesque landscaped terraces and citrus trees. Savour the fresh flavours of Aeolian cuisine whilst dining alfresco overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, be pampered at the luxury spa or explore the unique culture of these sublime islands.
Perfect forHoneymooners and couples will love Salina’s sleepy island villages and romantic sunset views.
In the knowBoat trips to the surrounding islands can also be organised, and Sicily can be easily reached by hydrofoil in as little as 90 minutes.

Recommended for...

  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Romantic
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Where

In the charming village of Malfa on the northern coast of Salina – the second largest island in Aeolian archipelago.

Rooms at Hotel Signum

With whitewashed walls, natural tones and unique furnishings, the light and airy guestrooms are decorated with simple elegance to reflect traditional Aeolian style. Each luxury room is named after the island’s lush flora, and some rooms featuring fabulous sea views from private terraces.

Food and Facilities

Dine on fresh Aeolian fish and innovative regional specialities at Signum Restaurant, where a covered terrace offers breathtaking views of the neighbouring islands of Stromboli and Panarea. Spend romantic evenings sipping sweet Malvesian wine, or head to the hotel’s luxury spa, Salus per Aquam; specialising in “thermal stove” baths, the spa uses techniques rooted in ancient Aeolian culture which are thought to be among the oldest in Europe. Relax in a 19th century copper tub, or indulge in a number of rejuvenating spa treatments incorporating an exotic blend of prickly pear, bitter orange, detoxifying capers and almond milk – a sure-fire way to invigorate the soul.

Activities at Hotel Signum

Hire a vespa to cruise the island’s pretty coastal villages and verdant countryside – don’t miss the stunning bay at Pollara, where Il Postino was filmed – or take a traditional fishing boat out for diving excursions and snorkelling. The volcanic archipelago is renowned for its fresh fish and sweet Malvesian wine, and its fertile soil produces an abundance of capers – celebrated with an annual festival in June.

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