Dimora

Built in the second half of the 19th century, Dimora Archimedea is in an enchanting and evocative position at the heart of the Neapolis Archaeological Park. Exactly where Cicero identified the legendary tomb of the mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse: the Grotticelle Necropolis dating back to the 5th century BC.

Rooms & Apartment

MANDORLO

Deluxe Double Room

MELOGRANO

Deluxe Double Room

MANDARINO

Deluxe King Double Room

CANARIENSIS

Superior King Suite Double Room

BOUGAINVILLEA

Deluxe King Double/Quadruple Room

GELSOMINO

Apartment with terrace

Mandorlo

Deluxe Double Room

Melograno

Deluxe Double Room

Mandarino

Deluxe King Double Room

Canariensis

Superior King Suite Double Room

Bougainvillea

Deluxe King Double/Quadruple Room

Gelsomino

Apartment with terrace

At home, away from home

Being at the Dimora has always meant being at home.

Come in, take a seat, feel free to rest, to take off your shoes and walk barefoot, to open the fridge, to sip wine, to read a book, to walk in the garden.

It’s quite simple: feel good, feel at home.

At home, away from home

Being at the Dimora has always meant being at home.

Come in, take a seat, feel free to rest, to take off your shoes and walk barefoot, to open the fridge, to sip wine, to read a book, to walk in the garden.

It’s quite simple: feel good, feel at home.

Archeology, history and culture…

At the archaeological heart of the city of Syracuse, at the Dimora you are surrounded by history and culture.

In addition to the Neapolis Archaeological Park, a few steps away stands the splendid Church of San Giovanni alle Catacombe which still retains traces of that charm that pushed travelers of the ‘700 and’ 800 to visit it.

Another unmissable stops are the Paolo Orsi archaeological museum, the Latomie dei Cappuccini or the Borgata district…

Dimora is ready to welcome you and make you live the history of one of the most beautiful and admired Polis of ancient Greece

Archeology, history and culture…

At the archaeological heart of the city of Syracuse, at the Dimora you are surrounded by history and culture.

In addition to the Neapolis Archaeological Park, a few steps away stands the splendid Church of San Giovanni alle Catacombe which still retains traces of that charm that pushed travelers of the ‘700 and’ 800 to visit it.

Another unmissable stops are the Paolo Orsi archaeological museum, the Latomie dei Cappuccini or the Borgata district…

Dimora is ready to welcome you and make you live the history of one of the most beautiful and admired Polis of ancient Greece