Hotel brand Mangia’s is enhancing its luxury portfolio by opening three properties in Sicily and Sardinia as five-star resorts this year.
Three of Mangia’s properties – Santa Teresa Resort in Sardinia, Brucoli Resort and Torre del Barone Resort, both in Sicily – will open for the new season as 5-star resorts.
The first property Mangia’s Torre Del Barone Resort is due to reopen on April 7. To celebrate, Mangia’s is offering an Easter weekend package which includes: Aperitivo by the pool, with live music; full-board at the Resort’s main sea-view restaurant for three days and two nights; Easter Lunch with traditional menu; kids menu plus many other surprises for our small guests over the weekend, including an Easter Egg and Easter Egg Painting and Easter Monday Breakfast and Lunch.
The package is priced from 120 euro per person per night, for a minimum stay of two nights.
Mangia’s Brucoli Resort is scheduled to reopen on June 23 in the old seaside town in the province of Syracuse, Sicily. The 402-room resort will feature an adult-only pool with views of Mount Etna, a pool with slides for children, five on-site restaurants, a kids and junior club, activities including tennis, padel, basketball and volleyball, as well as sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and SUP.
Mangia’s also announced a partnership with Marriott International in February, with Mangia’s Brucoli Resort joining the Autograph Collection by Marriott.
Meanwhile, Mangia’s Santa Teresa Resort in Sardinia is due to open on June 30 in Santa Teresa di Gallura at the northernmost tip of Sardinia. The surrounding area offers the opportunity to take long walks, go horse riding and hiking, as well as visit historical points of interest, such as a 16th-century Aragonese tower and the archaeological complex of Lu Brandali. The 199-room property has two restaurants, a swimming pool as well as a Sports Centre for tennis and football and an amphitheatre.