Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London, England
D'amatoPosted Jul 22, 2011
The hotel itself was great - helpful and friendly staff. However, there is no access to the beach. Turn left out of the hotel and you find a gypsey camp on the beach (10 mins) turn right out of the hotel and there is a beach rubbish site (7 mins). Bus service into town is good. The hotel does accommodate (noisy) children. Ask for a room overlooking the car park (and the closed beach access path) as the rooms overlooking the main room are noisy even though double glazed. Coffee and croisants for breakfast, nothing in the local area. Nearest supermarket 25 mins walk. You'lll need a car.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler
Villa D'AmatoPosted Nov 12, 2007
the worst hotel in Palermo. too far out of town in a very rough and noisy area. its like sleeping next to the M25. Very unhelpful staff, terrible coffee and breakfast as a whole. most uncomfortable beds
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Gloucestershire
Nice hotel in a poor locationPosted Oct 19, 2007
Hotel Villa d'Amato is a little oasis of calm in a rough area of Palermo. At the back is a pretty little garden which is delightful to sit in for a drink before dinner; at the front the street is mayhem - crazy traffic, barking dogs and building work. Fortunately it is on a bus route into town. We had a room overlooking the street, but shutters and treble-glazed windows kept the noise out. The room was basic, but comfortable and clean. The only thing that didn't impress me too much about Villa d'Amato was the restaurant as the food was rather limited.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Short but sweetPosted Sep 28, 2007 on Hotels.com
Although I only stayed at this hotel for a night the staff were very helpful and friendly. The location is right on the waterfront, and Palermo central station...so very conveinient for seeing the sights.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Kent
good value for moneyPosted Mar 16, 2007
The rooms facing the sea had a lovely view, also it was quiet and comfortable. The rooms facing the traffic was hot, noisy and a bit stiflling. The hotel was far enough out of Palermo to be out of the hustle and bustle, being a short bus ride away. Once inside the hotel, it is peaceful and calm