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Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Palermo MGallery by Sofitel - Palermo Hotels
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Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Palermo MGallery by Sofitel

Salita Belmonte 43, Palermo 90142 - Map
"Nice hotel outside of Palmero center"
Hotel facilities and location along the waterfront by the Port/Marina were wonderful. The bar and restaurant staff were very friendly and helpful on multiple visits. WiFi could use some improvements as it was very difficult to work with photos/ videos online with the network being very slow and dropping frequently. Lovely place to go and relax, but if you are going into the city (particularly between Nov - Mar when there is no free shuttle into the town center) it will be either expensive at about €20 each way via taxi or driving and trying to find parking in city central is a massive headache. Really enjoyed the 3 days in Palmero and relaxing in the hotel in the afternoons had a lot to do with it.
Traveller from US
Situated near the beach, this luxury hotel is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Palermo Arsenale and within 3 mi (5 km) of Renzo Barbera …More
Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes - Palermo Hotels
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Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes

Via Roma 398, Palermo 90139 - Map
"A Grand Dame of a Grand Hotel"
Reminiscent of the Golden Age of hotels, this lovely old lady stands the test of time. Beautifully decorated lobby and bar area, warm and pleasing motfis, plants, comfortable chairs, it's a pleasure to stay at this hotel. Staff were amazingly helpful and efficient, especially with the few minor concerns in my room upon check-in. Domenico at the front desk was especially welcoming and helpful. My room was comfortable, clean and tidy, serviced daily. Main part of Old Town was just about 10-l5 minutes away on foot, plus there is a FREE BUS that goes around downtown - check with concierge. Highly recommend this wonderful place to stay in Palermo.
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Located in Palermo Historical Center, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Holy Cross Church, Regional …More
Hotel Alessandra - Palermo Hotels
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Hotel Alessandra

Via Divisi, 99, Palermo 90133 - Map
"Amazing value for money hotel."
Yes, the hotel is on a second floor with no lift and I can understand this can be a problem for some people. We had very little luggage so climbing all the way up did not worry as at all. However, the location is spot on, right in the heart of Palermo, five minutes walk to Quatro Canti (Four Corners). One can easily walk everywhere and enjoy some great restaurants nearby and all the main attractions of the city. The staff was wonderful; they could not do enough for us. The hotel is very pleasing inside and does not have a feel of a cheap hotel, however, the rooms vary and some are not very nice (room 11), but some are beautiful. It depends how long you are planning on staying, if more than one night, I would recommend asking for/or selecting a better room and paying a bit more (the prices are cheap anyway). Breakfast is very basic but acceptable. The atmosphere at the hotel is very relaxed and extremely friendly. I would definitely stay here again. For a cheap hotel, this one is great!
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Located in Albergheria, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Palazzo Comitini, Church of San Cataldo, and …More

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    Pocket Guide: Palermo, Boccadifalco Historic Hotels

    Sicily’s capital stands on a curved bay at the foot of Monte Pellegrino. It’s a chaotic, ebullient place with masses to see. Puppet theatre, street markets and marzipan fruits are typical Palermo treats. Get your bearings at a major intersection, the Quattro Canti. Don’t miss the superb mosaics in the Cappella Palatina, or Serpotta’s stuccowork in the city churches. The mummified corpses in the Capuchin catacombs are the stuff of nightmares.

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