Hotels Near Kaleido Palermo In Palermo

4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.13km from Kaleido palermo
My husband and I recently stayed at I Vincini della Cattedrale for three nights. We were so pleasantly surprised when we arrived. The owner graciously waited to check us in as we were much later than anticipated when arriving. What a view from the balcony of our room! It was incredible for our first few days in Sicily. We were able to walk to all of the major sites and enjoyed being in the middle of everything. The restaurant that he recommended for dinner just down the street was excellent. If you happen to need a place to stay in Palermo, definitely check this place out. You won't be disappointed.
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
0.17km from Kaleido palermo
With a stay at Residenza del Castillo in Palermo (Centro Storico), you'll be steps from Via Vittorio Emanuele. This property is close to Cathedral of Palermo and Palace of the Normans.Take advantage of the property's room service (during limited hours). Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is available for a surcharge.Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include safes and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.18km from Kaleido palermo
Bed and Book Giusino offers accommodation in Palermo, just 200 metres from Palermo Cathedral. Free private parking is available on site, and free WiFi is available throughout.Certain rooms feature views of the garden or city. Rooms have a reading corner and are fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a bidet. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hair dryer.There is a shared kitchen at the property. Breakfast features biscuits, jam and hot drinks.Palermo Cathedral is 200 metres from Bed and Book Giusino, while Palazzo dei Normanni is 700 metres away. Falcone-Borsellino Airport is 23 km from the property.
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.2km from Kaleido palermo
This is a combination of the very old (a refuge for fallen women we were told) and modern comforts. It is a swine to find, especially on a Saturday afternoon, when roads and alleys are blocked, but once you get orientated, it proved very central. Very helpful and gracious staff, a pleasant breakfast, decent wi-fi, comfortable rooms arranged in an unusual layout. Once inside it is quiet, outside can be noisy due to an ethnic community centre being nearby where people seem to be enjoying themselves! All on all, quite a find.
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.22km from Kaleido palermo
Set in Palermo, Junior Suite Cattedrale is 300 metres from Palermo Cathedral. Palazzo dei Normanni is 500 metres away. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property.The pet-friendly accommodation is air conditioned and comes with a seating and dining area. There is also a kitchen, equipped with a refrigerator and stovetop. Every unit features a private bathroom with bath robes. Towels are featured.Via Maqueda is 500 metres from Junior Suite Cattedrale. The nearest airport is Falcone-Borsellino Airport, 24 km from the property.
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.27km from Kaleido palermo
This amazingly tastefull b&b in the heart of Palermo is run by a young couple who care very much about their costumers. You can see that on the details, freshly made breakfast and always with a variety, and very good coffee. She helped us find our way around the caotic city of Palermo, giving us tips on transport and taking interes in the places we were visiting. The rooms are clean and beautifully decorated and the shower is super cool. We stayed for three days.I will certainly go back to them on my next visit to this city.
3/511 Reviews
0.27km from Kaleido palermo
Set in the heart of Palermo's historical centre, Il Giardino di Ballarò offers a charming stay in the city. It boasts interiors with 18th and 19th century stone arches, and a spacious courtyard and garden. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.A traditional Sicilian breakfast is served every day in continental buffet-style. You can enjoy it at the breakfast room or garden. Guests can also use the common kitchen.Rooms have modern furniture and charming interiors. Each comes with a flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Some rooms have additional bathrooms, and balcony with garden views.The Arabic street market, Mercato Ballarò, is a 2-minute walk from Il Giardino. Historical sights Cappella Palatina and Cattedrale is 200 metres from the property. You can also reach the Palermo Central Train Station, a 5-minute walk away.
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.27km from Kaleido palermo
Property Location With a stay at SheralKes B&B in Palermo (Castellammare), you'll be minutes from Palazzo Belmonte Riso and Cathedral of Palermo. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Piazza Bologni and Church of Santissimo Salvatore. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature bidets and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily. Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM. Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.3km from Kaleido palermo
We stayed here with my boyfriend for a week. The staff was really nice and helpful. They werenpt there when we arrived so we called them, they had left rhe keys in the door to our room. Lift went all the way up. Close to most things. We walked every day/night to city center and arround, we used our rentalcar when we went to different beaches and exploring the island. Breakfast was ok mhad a bit more than just typicall italian breakfast. They served yoghurt, fresh fruit, bread cheese and ham and the italian sweet paystries like croissant. Good coffee and tea and they also served juices. Rooms were cleaned everyday and also towelchange. Can really recommend this place!!
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.31km from Kaleido palermo
We stayed in Hotel Columbia for four nights and used it as a base for sight seeing and strolling the streets of the historic centre. It has a superb location, so handy for Via Maqueda and Via Vittorio Emanuele (via one of the city’s many narrow little alleyways) and all the places we wanted to visit were within easy walking distance. We could also go back in the afternoon to cool off when the weather was really scorching! The room was quiet and had efficient air con which was much appreciated. There was plenty of hot water and loads of towels. The room was cleaned regularly. We would have liked a few more hangers in our wardrobe, but apart from that it was excellent. Breakfast was fine, but a little more fresh fruit would have been nice. The staff were fantastic, especially the reception desk staff who gave us helpful advice and information. All in all, we were very pleased with our choice of hotel, which we felt was reasonably priced and we would definitely recommend it to others and return there ourselves.
4.4/5Excellent44 Reviews
0.34km from Kaleido palermo
Located in the heart of Palermo, just a few steps from the magnificent cathedral and the famous Via Maqueda, this hotel was once the noble 18th century Palazzo Tarallo.Originally a magnificent aristocratic residence, this hotel was brought back to its original splendour by an expert restoration completed in 2003. The particular care exercised in the selection of furnishings and the preservation of the original structures endowed the hotel with a special charm and a unique personality.On the main floor, lavish frescos and precious antique furniture recreate a magical atmosphere straight out of the novel ‘The Leopard’. There are 5 conference rooms, all fully-equipped, as well as the ‘Restaurant 1892’, an ideal base for special event lunches or dinners as well as wedding receptions, buffet or gala dinners.  The hotel offers 104 rooms, of which one is a presidential suite, 4 are suites and 10 are junior suites. All are equipped all modern amenities.The presidential suite, with antique and design furniture, is 150 m2.  The 'Restaurant 1892' can accommodate up to 250 people and is the ideal place to host special event lunches or dinners as well as wedding receptions, buffets or gala dinners.On the roof is the gourmet 'Ai Tetti' restaurant, a romantic and exclusive place where you can enjoy candlelit dinners. In both restaurants, the chef proposes the finest international cuisine as well as Sicilian specialities, with particular care taken in selection of fresh products and exclusive regional wines.The hotel also offers 2 bars, one of which is close to the main lobby and the other, open during spring and summer, is on the roof.
1.5/55 Reviews
0.35km from Kaleido palermo
A Casa Mia offers pet-friendly accommodation in Palermo. Palermo Cathedral is 500 metres away. Free WiFi is provided .Some units include a terrace and/or balcony. There is also a kitchen in some of the units, fitted with a fridge and stovetop. Bed linen is available.The property also offers grocery delivery.Palazzo dei Normanni is 1 km from A Casa Mia. The nearest airport is Falcone-Borsellino Airport, 24 km from A Casa Mia.

Hotels Near Kaleido Palermo In Palermo Review

4.8/520 Reviews
Buona struttura, ottimo servizio, posizione un po decentrata ma con tranquillo spazio interno
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3.5/511 Reviews
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4.4/510 Reviews
Just came back from a 16-day trip to Sicily and we loved every bit of it! Palermo was the last stop of our trip and we spent 4 nights at the Quattro Canti B&B. Location is excellent, just right opposite the Fontana Pretoria (fountain of shame) and few steps away from the beautiful Quattro Canti junction. Teatro Massimo is a convenient 10mins walk away and the airport bus is round the corner in front of Rinascente. We felt very safe in this area and there are many restaurant options within 5 mins walk. We had a room on the second floor facing the next building hence not much of a view. Room is okay overall and bed is firm and comfy. The restaurant on the top floor has a good view. Special thanks to Bernadetta at the front desk who was extremely helpful with all our needs.
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4.6/510 Reviews
What a lovely and pleasant stay we had! We normally stay in hotels but found most hotels in Sicily appeared to be old, dated and overpriced. So we booked B&B In Centro Palermo. From the moment we booked, the lovely Federica contacted us with regards to location, parking and checking in details a few months ahead, so if we were not sure of anything, we had opportunities to check. Our plane arrived in the evening, and Federica kept us informed as soon as we stepped off the plane and ensure our arrival to the B&B and check in all ran smoothly. The room was modern, contemporary, large in size, and cleaned every day. Bed was comfortable. Breakfast was included each day and we were served by a sweet lady who remembered our tea and coffee orders every day we were there. Normally I don't have high expectations when it comes to options of breakfast in Italy, as most items are too sweet such as biscuits, sweet pastries, but it did offer fruit, yoghurt and cereal, toast and eggs which was more than I expected. The location was between old town and designer shops area, so most sights, restaurants, shops and bars in Palermo were all within walking distance. I would highly recommend this place and all the helpful friendly staff as comfortable base in Palermo,
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4/510 Reviews
The hotel is a 15 minute walk from The Massimo in a fairly quiet street just off the main boulevard. We liked the location as it was a bit quieter but not out of town. The room was very good. Modern in style with a comfy bed. Shower fine. There was not much storage space and only a few shelves but this was not really a problem. All rooms are on the first floor. Reception staff very good and knowledgeable. Breakfast was good. Lots of choice for "continental" style but we did not need anything cooked. Overall very good and we would use it again.
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4/510 Reviews
Being half-Sicilian I’m always going to be biased about this place. Despite coming here as a child every summer and more recently twice in close succession, this is actually my first visit to Sicily’s capital. This is the start of a nine day holiday to the island that commenced with two days in Palermo. Travelling with my parents in law, my wife and eight year old son, we collected our Fiat 500 (L - this big one) and set off for our Mediterranean Adventure. The plan is to circle the island counter-clockwise taking in Trapani, Marsala, Sciacca, Agrigento, Syracuse, Taormina and Cefalu. We are going to the sites, little ports, temples, theatres, mosaics and sample as much food as our bodies will allow! Back to the hotel for a second, it is easy to find from the airport, there is a large underground car park (which is great because you almost certainly risk your Insurnace excess parking on the street)... Palermo could be translated to Dented-Panel-City!!! The hotel itself is then walking distance to the northern quarter and roughly 15/20 minutes from the Ballaro Markets. The hotel is perfect, large rooms with balconies, adequate bathrooms with a great shower. You’re provided with an abundance of towels everyday! The beds are comfy and the air con is effective, quiet and simple to use. Fallen in love with the staff here - Pipo and “Lorri” in particular have made our stay really special. Our son is not fussy about food but like most eight year olds does prefer chips or penne with a ragu and Parmesan to anything else - and there was never an issue asking for these even if off the menu. Nothing was too much bother and the service is excellent. The food is superb, a simple four courses with three options per course. We’ve enjoyed a tomato and fresh ricotta salad, farfalle pasta with salmon, chicken escalope, spaghetti with olive oil and chilli, local fish, Saltimboca and all this washes down beautifully with local red wine. Five of us eating, four courses including a pudding to die for was 60€...bargain! Breakfast is equally simple and sublime with a vast array of cakes and pastries - our son enjoyed the donuts with nutella (so did I in fact). Referring back to my title of six lanes into one, I was referring of course to the driving style... I’m still not sure how many lanes are in one road, at one point I’m sure there were six lanes of cars and busses meandering round parked cars and scooters whilst avoiding a woman arguing with her partner on the side of a motorway junction (pulled over as you do). It is bonkers. However just go with it, push out with conviction and spot the tourists - we are easy to spot as the only ones using indicators. Rear view mirrors are really there as target practise for scooters / just assume there is always a scooter or car on your backside and you can’t go wrong. It was brilliant, chaotic and yet somehow refreshing to just go where you want, when you want and how you want - I think my father in law got it when
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