Riviera Ionica Aparthotel

When you a stay at Riviera Ionica Aparthotel in Santa Teresa di Riva, you'll be by the sea, within a 5-minute walk of Taormina Coast and Strait of Messina. This family-friendly aparthotel is 9.6 mi (15.5 km) from Isola Bella and 13.2 mi (21.2 km) from Taormina Cable Car.Make yourself at home in one...

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Apartamento (for 5 people)

Max. 5 adults and 4 children


Apartamento (for 2 people)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Suíte júnior (2/4 pax)

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Apartamento (for 4 people)

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Apartamento (for 3 people)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children


Suíte presidencial

Max. 4 adults and 3 children

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 10:30

When you a stay at Riviera Ionica Aparthotel in Santa Teresa di Riva, you'll be by the sea, within a 5-minute walk of Taormina Coast and Strait of Messina. This family-friendly aparthotel is 9.6 mi (15.5 km) from Isola Bella and 13.2 mi (21.2 km) from Taormina Cable Car.Make yourself at home in one of the 18 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Your bed comes with down comforters, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Rooms have private furnished balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you c...

Via Torrente Savoca 19 - Santa Teresa di Riva, ME - Italy - 98028

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 10:30

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One Of The Best Holidays Ever

Reviewed 15 july, 2019

I cannot fault our stay here. This family run business has made us fall in love with the place and the people. My wife and I came here to celebrate a special occasion but we could have never expected such wonderful hospitality, service, cleanliness, as well as amazing food. It was like our home away from home! I urge everyone to come visit this place as I guarantee it will be a memorable holiday.


pay more and stay at taormina

Reviewed 6 october, 2018

the pictures in TripAdvisor, booking, and hotels.com don't match the facts - the room with a view to the sea only fits two persons, but they mention that only when you are there. most of the rooms don't have sea view. the "lobby" is unmanned 95% of the time. when we first got there, an old lady welcomed us, but unfortunately, didn't know a single word in English. the room was never cleaned at the entire time we stayed there (6 nights)!! they provide you with very little soap and toilet paper. the place is located at the end of Santa terasa di riva, which is a boring town with nothing to do, both at day and night. the apartment fits a family of 4 persons (2 adults plus 2 kids) there's a supermarket within walking distance .


The Best of Sicilian Hospitality!

Reviewed 24 may, 2018

We spent 5 days here with one of the nicest hosts we have ever encountered. Fabio introduced us to places the average tourist would not have been able to see on their own. He, Tino and Marlene made our stay in Sicily unforgettable. Every morning we enjoyed fresh brioche, croissant and home made cakes. In Magic Lime Restaurant they showed us the best of sicilian specialities and wines. The appartement was clean, well equipped and comfortable. The beach is only a stone's throw away. I whole heartedly recommend them if you want a pleasurable stay in Sicily in a nice accomodation with good food and friendly people. Dr. Umeh


very good

Reviewed 25 october, 2017

The hotel was very welcoming ,friendly and helpful . the room was good had everything you needed for your stay, food was good as we were on half board we found we had limited choice of main meal other wise we had a very enjoyable stay

wendy t

Proper Italian hospitality in quiet location

Reviewed 26 april, 2017

This family run aparthotel is located one block back from the beach above the Magic Lime pasticeria. it is a modern airy building with air conditioning, very large balconies and modern facilities. Our room on the third floor was front facing so we could see the sea and mainland from the balcony but being a back street it was quiet, however we lost the sun by early afternoon. The lounge had a sofabed (not a lot of room when pulled out) and dining table. The kitchenette had a full fridge and hob but only enough crockery for four and no wine glasses. The bedroom had a double bed, single bed and huge wardrobe plus free safe. The bathroom was modern and clean with good shower. The beds were rather hard (as often found in Italy) but not uncomfortable. It was OK for three but would have been cramped for any more. However it was the welcome and warmth of the owners plus the food which made this place special. On arrival we were shown the breakfast room and offered coffee or freshly squeezed orange and biscuits (free gratis) then shown the room. The welcome sheet was in Italian and English which helped as the owners only have limited English ut make a real effort. Breakfast every morning was a delicious spread of meats and cheese, various breads and croissants, cakes and pastries, frozen yogurt with syrup, fruit juices and coffee or tea. A nut allergy was catered for by fresh cakes being offered. We ate at the hotel on most evenings owing to little being open in town partly due to it being Easter week. Pasta/rissotto starters were filling (the cabonara was stunning), though the choice of mains was limited. The house red was very good and cheap (Eur2 per 1/4 litre) and we were given a free dessert every night. Meals generally worked out at Euro 20 per head including drinks and cover charge - so cheap and delicious! The resort claims to have a lido in season but this was not built in April so it was a case of finding a soft spot on the quiet stony beach for sunbathing. The owners recommended a trip into the hills nearby to Savocca where The Godfather was filmed. A trip up and down the valley beyond was worth the drive for the views. Etna is easily reached by a short drive up the motorway to Fiumefreddo and then heading inland to the wine towns and follow the signs. Taormina is now very touristy but we loved Castelmola just above Taormina (drive up or catch a bus if you do not fancy the walk). Pizza lunch at the San Giorgiao in the main square with spectacular views was not expensive and very tasty. Then wander round the narrow streets and pretty shops. We started the hliday with a few days in Syracuse but would recommend a visit for at least a day - easy to get to by hire care with the cheap toll roads.