Hotel Palazzo Sitano Palermo
Palazzo Sitano is a noble residence in the historic centre of Palermo and it appears in official records and maps between 1712 and 1860.
Today Palazzo Sitano is a hotel that has been fully renovated to reconcile the wonderful original architecture with modern interior design and comfort-oriented spaces.
The result is warm and bright. The interior winter garden and the reading room are an ideal working environment, equipped with a business station, but also a place to relax and recharge after a day of shopping in the southern Italian city of art par excellence: Palermo.
The entire hotel was conceived to provide maximum comfort and functionality to our guests: for example, the modern bar with comfortable lounge furniture, the small wellness area and the large roof terrace immersed in green from which you can see Palermo from above. Breakfast is another moment you will enjoy in an impressive hall with arcades filled with light, and our rich buffet will help you begin the new day full of energy.
Staying as a guest at Palazzo Sitano is to sleep in the history of Palermo.
Hotel Grand Villa Igiea Palermo
The Villa Igiea in Palermo has an impressive array of services including a pool-side outdoor area, fitness centre, tennis court with night lighting, business centre, exclusive dining restaurants, lounge bar terrace, piano bar and room service.
Also available is the Yacht house with a deluxe room and direct access to the hotel from a reserved marina yacht mooring.
Hotel Garibaldi Palermo
Hotel Garibaldi is located in the most elegant district of the city, where the best examples of Liberty architecture are to be admired, such as the early 20th century aristocratic buildings and the elegant “Chioschi Ribaudo”. Piazza Ruggero Settimo, where the well-known Politeama Theatre is not to be missed, is the favourite meeting point for young people, along with the overlooking Piazza Castelnuovo where is situated the 19th century “Palchetto della Musica”.
Via Libertà and Via Ruggero Settimo are the best roads for shopaholics, where fun and relaxing strolls are to be done all round the best boutiques of the city. In the same area the most renowned restaurants and café are not to be missed by the most exigent gourmets.
The majestic Massimo Theatre is situated in Piazza Verdi, where begins the area for young people to enjoy their night out. The rest of the city can easily be discovered by foot or bus.
Hotel Grand Et Des Palmes Palermo
The Grand Hotel et des Palmes, founded in 1874 by the family Ingham - Whitaker, was previously built in 1856 and connected by a secret passage to the Anglican Church which still faces the hotel.
The patrician house consisted of two floors, a winter garden (now Hall) and an exotic garden stretching to the sea. The marriage between the widow Ingham and Giacomo Medici, will change the fate of the house, which was sold to a local operator and became the Grand Hotel et des Palmes, from all known as "The Palms".
Hotel Excelsior Hilton Palermo
The Hotel, built in 1891 for the National Exhibition of Palermo and previousely called Hotel de la Paix, became Excelsior after a renovation performed in 1925 by Ernesto Basile, master of art nouveau architecture
Today, with 119 guest rooms the Excelsior Hilton is considered one of the most prestigious and historical hotels in Sicily.
Hotel Mercure Palermo Centro Palermo
The 4-star Mercure Palermo is located right in Palermo’s centre, 15 minutes’ walk from Palermo Cathedral. It offers modern rooms with design furniture, plus a varied breakfast including homemade cakes.
Rooms have a refined atmosphere and mostly come with white, beige and black colour combinations. Each one has air conditioning, cable and satellite TV channels and an elegant bathroom.
Guests can relax in the hotel’s lobby reading a newspaper or using the free internet point.
Mercure Palermo Centro is a 10-minute walk from Palermo Harbour. Palermo Train Station can be reached on foot in around 20 minutes.