Hotels Near Pizzeria Polleria Del Vespro In Palermo

4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.28km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
+ the hotel is small and quiet + located near the train station and the old center (about 10 minutes walk) + English is spoken,very friendly and helpful staff + very clean & quiet room + large double bed with very comfortable mattress + very large bathroom, hot water all the time + towels changed daily + very important in Palermo :a lot of parking spaces on the street around the hotel ( also there is a private parking at 100 meters from the hotel,8 euros/day) - decent breakfast, but it can be improved
FromUS$65
1.5/53 Reviews
0.59km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
Property Location With a stay at Montecarlo Palace in Palermo, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Church of San Cataldo and Martorana. This bed & breakfast is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Regional Gallery and 1 mi (1.6 km) from Regional Archaeological Museum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and ovens. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and 32-inch LCD televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include concierge services and gift shops/newsstands. Dining Take advantage of the bed & breakfast's room service (during limited hours). A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 9:30 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
FromUS$56
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.72km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
This is a brilliant B&B only a 5 minute walk from the Palermo Train Station. It is managed by the wonderful Mari, always smiling & nothing was too much trouble. The room was very comfortable, clean & spacious with good en-suite shower. Tasty pastries, cannoli & cake for breakfast & great coffee. Thoroughly recommended!
FromUS$68
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.77km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
Property Location With a stay at White in Palermo (Palermo Historical Center), you'll be minutes from Stanze al Genio Museum and Museum of Zoology Peter Doderlein. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Magione Church and Palazzo Sant'Elia.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes. 37-inch LCD televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining Take advantage of the bed & breakfast's room service (during limited hours).Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request) and a ferry terminal shuttle.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
FromUS$74
5/5Perfect6 Reviews
0.79km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
I spent my birthday weekend in the gorgeous Deluxe Junior suite! Communication prior and during the stay was amazing, Davide and Francesco were great hosts! This is not a hotel or B&B in a traditional sense, most things are managed remotely and hosts give you a lot of privacy! The room was excellent, free bottle of Prosecco upon arrival! My favourite thing was the bed! SUPER COMFY! The shower and hot tub were incredible, especially after a long day of exploring the city! Be mindful of the water levels and side pumps, if over-flowing, the water will spill onto the floor and set off the flood alarm system!!! Lesson learned lol. Breakfast was average but worth it for the price of the suite! The area is so close to the main train station, all attractions are within 15min walk, the area might be questionable for some but I liked the vibe - filled with working-class locals :) I even received a gift as I checked out! Overall, I highly recommend this accommodation!
FromUS$58
3.2/513 Reviews
0.87km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
Breakfast is relatively simple, but the room is large, although the shower door design is not very reasonable, it is easy to leak. The entire hotel feels like a new renovation, very clean. Basically, students work in it, which is very safe. Very close to the Normandy Palace.
FromUS$66
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.87km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
We cannot expect a better place to stay in Palermo - 5 minutes walk from the city center and main tourist attractions; newly furnished and very comfortable rooms; and at 1st place a great host - Giuseppe. He made our stay in Palermo a great experience and was there for the difficult situations that we were facing - found a solution of our rent-a-car problem and even drove to the airport in order to give us the mobile phone that my father has forgotten in the room. Every morning a delicious breakfast was prepared by Giuseppe including one of the best cappuccinos that we have tried. Overall, we had the feeling like we are at home and receiving a 5 star hotel customer service just from one amazing Italian host - Thank you, Giuseppe!
FromUS$62
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.87km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
The surrounding environment is very Sicilian style, can not go out in the dark, ready to cash to the Mafia.
FromUS$144
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.87km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
we stayed here for one night. Arriving in the evening was a bit of a shock since part of the neighbourhood was run down, but the following day in full light we realised that a lot of palermo antique center is run down!!! the palazzo is beautiful and tastefully decorated, the room was ample very well appointed, the hygiene & beauty products as well as the bath towels were of very good quality. breakfast buffet was fresh and sufficient and included gluten free products which was great as I am celiac and had run out of my own supplies. The staff were very very friendly efficient and always available to help. There is a small square right in front of the hotel where you can park. We are planning a second trip to Palermo and will definitely stay there as a direct booking onto the website of the palazzo gives you an unbeatable rate that includes breakfast buffet. Philippe & Andonis from France & Greece
FromUS$100
0/50 Reviews
0.91km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
The Medusa B&B provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Medusa B&B is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Palermo. The hotel is conveniently located just 600m from Stazione Centrale - Pensilina Interna and 33km from Punta Raisi Airport. Keeping busy is easy, with Palazzo Comitini, Chiesa di Sant'Alessandro dei Carbonai and Statua di Carlo V all nearby. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
FromUS$48
4/5Very Good19 Reviews
0.92km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
Very nice and warm hotel! The front desk and restaurant are very welcoming and the breakfast is delicious.
FromUS$67
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.93km from Pizzeria Polleria del Vespro
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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Hotels Near Pizzeria Polleria Del Vespro In Palermo Review

4.5/55 Reviews
I’m sad to write this review because the interiors of this hotel are delightful, as are the ladies in the morning. But I would not stay here again. Being from New York, I’m quite used to city noises and they don’t bother me. However we were awoken Saturday night after 3:30 due to screaming drunk people (there is a row of restaurants and bars on the street adjacent to the hotel). I would have written it off as being a light sleeper and it being a Saturday night. I was expecting a quiet night on Sunday, but that was not the case. We were awoken at 2:30 again, yelling drunk people and table pounding (perhaps a drinking game?) which went on til 3:30. And my husband is a heavy sleeper. People do live here, I don’t know how they deal with the noise. The location is excellent, very close to the old city’s center and lots of restaurants. It is not seedy or dangerous as someone else suggested. If you’d like to go where locals go, it is right around the corner. However the noise is intolerable and the ear plugs they supply don’t do anything to cut the noise. There is a room off the breakfast room that may not be subject to street noise, but you will probably wake up as the first person is served breakfast. I would only stay here if you are a very heavy sleeper or plan on staying out late yourself. They offer a nice breakfast with fresh blood orange juice and the room is large and comfortable. Tea, coffee and snacks are available 24/7. Please look into insulated windows, management!
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FromUS$137
4.2/517 Reviews
For the hotel set by cruise ship, the location is just opposite the pier, and there is also its own free parking lot, which is super convenient. The room is a budget hotel, which is quite satisfactory. The most unexpected thing was the hotel's breakfast, which was hearty, and overlooked the harbour. It's not far from the scenic area, if you can, you can walk along the beach to Sijiaochang and the Royal Palace. We walked slowly for about 45 minutes. Overall very satisfied.
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FromUS$91
4.4/512 Reviews
The room is super big, and the boxes are just spread out. Because Palermo is not big, it is convenient to go anywhere. The front desk provides a map, but the Italian cannot be read, so I still rely on Google. One thing to complain about is that the door of the room is a bit loose. As long as someone opens and closes the door, it will ping-pong. The first night we thought someone was opening our door, which scared us to death. Later, when the problem was discovered, the cabinet with the luggage was completely dead and quiet. Personally, this is still a big problem.
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FromUS$69
4.7/510 Reviews
We wanted to stay in the Old Town to experience the feel of the narrow streets, local markets, museums, palaces, churches, and old buildings. La via delle Biciclette filled the bill! It is a flat in a 16th century building that used to be a palatial residence. The host parked in what was a grand circular drive-through entrance with tall ceilings and granite staircases to the upper floors. The B&B was very comfortable and the hosts made it like home. We hired the host to pick us up at the airport and he even took us to the car rental agency upon the completion of our visit. He and his wife were most helpful in guiding us to the sites we were interested in seeing and making excellent dinner recommendations. We were very happy with this most convenient B&B and the hosts.
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FromUS$69
4.1/510 Reviews
we stayed here for one night. Arriving in the evening was a bit of a shock since part of the neighbourhood was run down, but the following day in full light we realised that a lot of palermo antique center is run down!!! the palazzo is beautiful and tastefully decorated, the room was ample very well appointed, the hygiene & beauty products as well as the bath towels were of very good quality. breakfast buffet was fresh and sufficient and included gluten free products which was great as I am celiac and had run out of my own supplies. The staff were very very friendly efficient and always available to help. There is a small square right in front of the hotel where you can park. We are planning a second trip to Palermo and will definitely stay there as a direct booking onto the website of the palazzo gives you an unbeatable rate that includes breakfast buffet. Philippe & Andonis from France & Greece
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FromUS$100
5/511 Reviews
The room is quite big and the breakfast is great! Just missing a kettle
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FromUS$117
4.4/510 Reviews
I stayed here for three nights in February and I slept in Room No. 1 - a quiet and spacious room with a comfortable bed, lovely flooring and a large bathrom. Although this room has a French window which looks out on a very enclosed space and gives little light to the room, I believe that, all things considered - for example the excellent breakfast, the charming and helpful hosts, plus the reasonable price - this is a very nice place to stay and I have no hesitation in recommending it.
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FromUS$65
5/55 Reviews
We booked the B & B because of its location close to everything and there was parking close by. Here the review of the accommodation, but the hosts were truly outstanding see end of the post! The room was delightful, lovely and bright with a great terrace with table and chairs plus umbrella. The bedroom was a good size and very clean and well presented. The bathroom had a large shower. When you arrive they ask what type of croissants you would like for breakfast – we requested chocolate ones! The breakfast was served from 8.30am and the variety was great and the Latte was one of the best. To ensure the B & B has everything ready and meet you to park the car we used Whatsapp. We had just flown in and traveling from the airport to the B & B and Alexandra was going to meet us to park the car, but our hire car broke down 10 minutes away from the B & B. They drove out to us and helped in gaining a recovery truck and a new car as the hire company only wanted to speak in Italian. They stopped with us for nearly 4 hours! Without the kindness and generosity I do not know what we would have done. When we got to the B & B they also gave us a bottle of wine Truly amazing experience – thank you and every success with the B & B – we will be back xx
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FromUS$53
4/510 Reviews
Grazie Patrizia and Guillermo for our wonderful stay. The hotel is perfectly located from the major sites of the city. Guillermo can take you around to the sites of the city and beyond. Price is very reasonable considering it’s a private tour. To enter the hotel is on the second floor no lifts but the hotel has a hoist which can take your luggage up so you don’t have to struggle with it up the staircase. Breakfast was basic but delicious. Room was comfortable and generous in size. Will definitely come back and stay!
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FromUS$53
4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed here in August for 3 nights, i got a phone call when i landed to see how long i would be. Found the liberty suites after walking around for a few minutes, they are a bit hidden but didnt mind that. Went to check in out room would be ready in 10 minutes which was perfect. Room very spacious, air con, big bathroom. And a very reasonably priced mini bar. The receptionist was a gentleman couldnt do enough if we had any questions he done hes very best to answer them. Breakfast plain and simple, breads, cheese meats, yogurts. Very close to teatro massimo where all the restaurants and bars are. We tried to look online before we went and while we were there to see where tourists went for food and drinks and could find nothing. So head to teatro massimo and its all there. Would 100% recommended the liberty suites.
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FromUS$70
4/510 Reviews
Been in this location between the 11th and 18th of August . I`ve visited severals hotels in Palermo due to the fact my family lives there, but always stayed in 4 stars and above. So, I was wondering what time was going to be. Wow , I was wrong! Reception : Extremely friendly service at arrival , the girl ( julia, i guess ) was absolutely wonderful on explaining us all the hotel`s facilities and times and showing good care for us. Room : An exquisite room with an AMAZING view , we took the one with balcony, we could see the whole city, fridge freezer full of different drinks, and several bathroom towel . And honestly , I`m very clean freak , and that room was spotless. Facilities: To find an Hotel in palermo with swimming pool wasn`t easy ...but with 3 swimming pools I reckon impossible, in the end of the day Palermo is a city surrounded by beaches so , not many are really keen on stay at the pool, but because of the location of the Hotel , those pool were the best, expecially the one that look at the city, fantastic. Restaurant : If you wondering where to eat , you have 2 choices , or going around in Palermo with the crazy traffic and been ripped off by a turistic restaurant or... enjoy an amazing service and the restorant ( i capricci di Cristian ) at the 5th floor of the hotel. OMG! the pizza was perfection. The pasta dishes pure art, and the desserts so delicate. I almost had dinner everyday in there, obviously a la cart...and even reasonable prices. The service was spot on, restaurant was full but 2 waiters managed to run it smoothly. Breakfast included : I`m italian by blood , so I didn`t mind croissant in the morning , but my partner is english , so he could choose a nice savoury breakfast with parma ham , salami etc...drinks were included too, which I was expecting it...and even if you see the orange juice coming from a machine , was actually quiet nice. Location: I knew what I was going to get , the hotel is far from the city and a taxi can be quiet pricy from there ....but ....surprise ....they have a transport service from the hotel to city center and back to the hotel, just following their timelines but 14euros p/p with return , I thought was a bargain , a taxi would had cost us about 80 euros (not joking). I had the chance to congratulate the Hotel Director , a very nice man that walks around doing basically anything he can do to make that place even better, I saw him cleaning , I saw him serving at the kiosko near the pools, telling people off from the glass that face the pool ( obviously for not respecting the rules ) this guy is amazing I must say. Conclusion : 3 Stars ? MMMmmmhhh I`m not sure, I`ve been in many 4 stars in Palermo and they were absolutely horrible . This structure deserve more than 3 stars, I truly reccomend it , and we will definitely come back. Thanks to the staff and management .
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FromUS$58
4.5/510 Reviews
This is a brilliant B&B only a 5 minute walk from the Palermo Train Station. It is managed by the wonderful Mari, always smiling & nothing was too much trouble. The room was very comfortable, clean & spacious with good en-suite shower. Tasty pastries, cannoli & cake for breakfast & great coffee. Thoroughly recommended!
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FromUS$68
5/55 Reviews
Me and my girlfriend just book a room for a couple of nights last week end and we have to say that this B&B is very handy as it is right in the city centre near the to the major sites, markets included. The place is extramely clean and confortable. BUT the best thing of all are the owners Manuela and Manlio, a very humble couple, always available to help and give advises as to where to eat, when and what to visit in the city. We didn't have breakfast but we saw another copule having breakfast one morning..... next time we are definately going to get the room with breakfast included as it looked soo delicious and rich!!!!! SO thank you soo much Manuela and Manlio for your hospitality and see you very soon!!! We are planning another week in in Palermo early in november!!!!!! Ciao Gabriele e Stefania
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FromUS$82
4.1/510 Reviews
This hotel is a short walk outside the main stretch of Palermo. It's a little bit hidden and we had some trouble finding it. Google maps and some reading of the various signs was essential. The hotel is very small, taking up one floor of a tallish building. This means there is little street sound, which is nice. However, due to the small number of rooms, you're likely to be placed near the lobby, which is sometimes a little loud. The hotel has a bio theme, so there's lots of plants and some interesting handmade art on the walls. Our room had some art made out of orange peels, which was weird but nice. Breakfast was pretty good, although somewhat limited. The staff were very helpful and friendly. There is one warning to note: the elevator is very old, and very small. If you are at uncomfortable in confined spaces, you will not like this elevator. It is also impressively slow. It feels like the elevator could only be this slow by design. That's how slow it is. We usually walked the 8 floors of stairs going down, because it was quicker. Aside from the elevator, this is a convenient and cheap place to stay. Recommended.
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FromUS$55
4.5/55 Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at this new hotel. My room was large, well equipped (including a kettle) and the bed comfortable. It had two balconies with a view of the street below and a glimpse of the marina. The walk in shower was powerful and easy to control. The wifi was fast and easy to use but I did not need the air conditioning. Housekeeping was of a high standard. Breakfast (included in the price) was simple, of high quality, presentation and service excellent. It is located a few minutes walk from Via Roma and Via Vittorio Emanuele in the old town. The area is rather run down but this was not a concern. The airport shuttle stops at Via Roma and was convenient. Above all I was impressed by the excellence of all the people working at the hotel.
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FromUS$117
4.5/510 Reviews
Good value for money, great location for our short stay! Clean, modern and well managed! This is a B&B but works perfectly well as a concept and much better value than the main hotels at this standard! Key areas of Palermo in walking distance , so perfect for short stay if you just want to explore the city centre! Vucceria is a short 10 minutes walk away!
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FromUS$80
4.8/510 Reviews
Where do I start? With the thing that makes this stand out from any hotel, and probably most other B&B's - Georgia. She is the perfect hos, and takes such pride in her immaculate renovated apartment. You really do feel like family and there's nothing that is too much trouble for her. She even wasted 2 hours of her day just chatting to me about life in Sicily when I arrived early off the overnight ferry before my room was ready. No matter what you need help with - transport, sightseeing tips, where to buy just about anything....she will help. If you want to get a glimpse of real Sicilian life, this is the place to stay. Location is fantastic - in a beautiful old apartment building in the upscale part of town. An easy walk from the port and into the centre. Plenty of eating and drinking options for all budgets nearby (Pastry Martino on the opposite corner serves amazing canoli and great coffee, and Pizzeria Biondo had the best reasonably-priced pizzas we had in Sicily), and a nice vibe on Friday and Saturday nights. The rooms were immaculate and very thoughtfully designed with the quality you'd expect from Italy. There were a few comments about the noise from other rooms - if you've lived in an apartment this wouldn't be an issue. If you haven't, earplugs are supplied, so don't let this put you off. The B&B is a large 4/5 bedroom apartment on the 5th floor (or thereabouts) with a breakfast room - I'm not a morning person but I enjoyed chatting to the guests who were staying there as the sort of people who stay at B&Bs tend to be interesting to meet, and good for sharing tips and travel ideas. All in all, I cannot recommend this B&B enough. Palermo was the highlight of my Italy trip, and this B&B was the best I've stayed in. Grazie Georgia!
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FromUS$67
5/55 Reviews
The property exceeded my expectations - their breakfast room is simply amazing with music in the background, very beautiful details (Ramona the owner is an artist herself with very good taste in decorating and making you feel cozy and comfortable). The entire hotel smells so so good - they use a perfume it's amazing how much care they take of the place. Delicious breakfast - with everything that your heart desires (prosciutto, mozzarella, cheese, fresh tomatoes, fresh bread, fresh pineapple & orange juice, fresh-cut fruits, yogurt, muesli, almonds, lots of sweets - mini cannoli so so lovely, brioche, cake, biscuits, pistachio cream etc). Very clean and comfortable rooms, nice decorated. Hotel just around the corner from the main street - also 24/7 carrefour near and 101 bus station - the bus that has en route the central station, also airport bus near.
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FromUS$85
4.4/510 Reviews
We were a group of 5 friends and we chose it because of the central location just 500 metres from Palermo’s cathedral and very good price.the parking for the car we rent was free around the area of the b&b .very friendly staff with smile and explaining everything about the city.the room we had was huge,very comfortable for 5 people.beds were very comfy.the place is an old palazzo and our room had the original floor with beautiful tiles and lovely paintings in the ceiling! The bathroom was big with hot water all day! Free WiFi with not so good signal all the time.very nice breakfast with fresh croissants,very nice marmalades and cold cuts.the lady in the breakfast was very helpful and nice! Highly recommended for a nice stay in Palermo !!!
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FromUS$91
5/51 Reviews
The hosts are very kind and welcoming. The room is spacious and confortable. You are at aprox.30 min walking to the city center. The here were no fridge in the kitchen/ or room, the rest was very nice.
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FromUS$48
5/56 Reviews
I spent my birthday weekend in the gorgeous Deluxe Junior suite! Communication prior and during the stay was amazing, Davide and Francesco were great hosts! This is not a hotel or B&B in a traditional sense, most things are managed remotely and hosts give you a lot of privacy! The room was excellent, free bottle of Prosecco upon arrival! My favourite thing was the bed! SUPER COMFY! The shower and hot tub were incredible, especially after a long day of exploring the city! Be mindful of the water levels and side pumps, if over-flowing, the water will spill onto the floor and set off the flood alarm system!!! Lesson learned lol. Breakfast was average but worth it for the price of the suite! The area is so close to the main train station, all attractions are within 15min walk, the area might be questionable for some but I liked the vibe - filled with working-class locals :) I even received a gift as I checked out! Overall, I highly recommend this accommodation!
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FromUS$58
4.8/510 Reviews
The hotel is centrally located so that just about all the major sights in Palermo are easily reachable by walking. It is a small hotel with only 4 rooms so that host Emanuele is able to provide personal services to his guests. He is friendly and anxious to help with dining recommendations, route planning to visit various sights, etc. My room was comfortable for 1 person. Even though it faces the street, it is quiet with the windows closed. Wifi is quite good. Breakfast with limited food selection is the only area where it falls short.
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FromUS$71
4.5/510 Reviews
Awesome B&B in Palermo!!! Nice Owner!!! Amazing Staff Rooms very Clean Super Reccomended to visit Palermo Center, Massimo Theatre & Politeama Theatre just at a step to Quattri Canti, S.Giovanni degli Eremiti immersed as all Arabish Greek Norman Spanish People History!!! Thanks so Much & Hope See you in December!!! Best Wishes *Special Thanks to Miss Gina
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FromUS$67
4.4/510 Reviews
I would thoroughly recommend this little hotel. It is run by two enthusiastic sisters - they really are "La Laconda Del Gagini"! We flew from Stansted, London and the flights to and from Palermo were late. We very nervous of taking a taxi without phrasebook Italian - but they picked us up from the airport, dropped us off when we departed and even stored our luggage during our departure day. They made great recommendations of things to do, and were very sweet with our children. Our room was enormous! (compared to other Italian hotels that we have stayed in). The room was also kept clean and spotless. It had an old palatial grandeur - with Wifi. The hotel is central in a quiet side street, with lots of restaurants, markets and sights within easy walking distance. Breakfast is good and Sicilian - lots of cake. We are hoping to return one day.
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FromUS$98
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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FromUS$61
4.6/510 Reviews
There were a few things that made this stay good and not so good. Firstly, the noise from the outside street enters the room. You can also hear the tv from the next door room and people talking No extra pillow or blanket was provided. One bedroom wasn’t made up when told it would be. First impressions on arriving at night was “what have I got into?” As the surrounding area looked quite neglected and somewhat scary. In daylight it looked better, but it is still outside the old area and the total precinct is quite dirty and unkempt. The way that Salvatore has renovated the property’s beautiful, but there are a few little things that would further improve the stay. For €10 it was nice to sit down to a table that had been immaculately set and served breakfast, however, for the money, it wasn’t quite worth it. There is only so much food one can eat for breakfast. By not including breakfast, this also means that this is not a true b&b in the sense that we know it. Also, there weren’t enough eggs for everyone and there were two slices of salami and four slices of cheese between six of us, however, there were plenty of rolls and pastries. The other disconcerting things were that the family live adjacent to the rooms and have a security camera within the living area that was part of our accommodation. It was like Big Brother watching over us. The owner is rightly, very proud of his accommodation, so be aware that under no circumstances is oily food allowed in the accommodation at all. We found out the hard way by being strongly told off. With all of that I’m not sure whether I would stay here again due to the noise factor from the street, the restrictions and the area.
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FromUS$123
4.5/55 Reviews
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.
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FromUS$86
4.8/510 Reviews
B&B Quattro Incanti is a very convenient place to stay for a visit in Palermo. Very close to the Central Station and in the heart of an old city, everything in a walking distance. Our room was not very big, but very thoughtfully arranged for a comfortable living, very clean and inviting. A bathroom was spacious. We had an electric kettle in the room. The breakfast was really superb: the main attraction were extremely tasty home-made cookies and marmelades. The breakfast zone (always open) is upstairs and includes a wonderful terrace with a view! It was very quiet inside, though B&B was full of guests. Notwithstanding a vivacious via Romana nearby, it was rather quiet at nights. B&B Quatro Incanti has its own, very individual atmosphere, very welcoming and friendly, due to the hosts. Alessandro was very helpful and attentive, but we also felt a solicitous concern of his family as well. Due to them we had very nice and relaxing stay in Palermo!
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FromUS$80
5/53 Reviews
Really glad I chose this place, super location and very stylish room. A delicious spread for breakfast every morning, including Sicilian pastries. I loved the view from the balcony, watching cruise liners and ferries arrive and depart. The staff were super friendly and I would definitely stay here again as it was such great value.
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FromUS$37
4.1/510 Reviews
Simple B&B, offering good service, spacious rooms and a central location for exploring Palermo for a weekend. Six rooms, including one three and one four bed room, located on a side street off the main shopping street. 5 minutes to airport bus (6 euros one way) or 40 Euro flat rate fare by taxi. Room remain cool. Good shower. Simple breakfast with good coffee and friendly family running the place. Overall great stay and excellent value for money.
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FromUS$77