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An excellently situated hotel, occupying a whole block not far from the city centre. No restaurant but plenty of good ones nearby. Our rooms were clean and everything worked including the airconditioning. Slept well with little road noise outside the double glazing. Everyone rightly commends...More
We stayed her for four nights in June. The location is excellent, and the staff was well meaning. But, the carpets are filthy and threadbare. In places the wood boards peek through. Our bathroom was clean and nice, but our traveling companions had mold surrounding...More
There is something atmospheric and appealing about a faded grandeur hotel. This one certainly fits the category but left me a bit disappointed. Stayed only one night en route to southern Sicily. It was very well located to enable us to easily do the main...More
Stayed here for 3 nights in June. It's a 30 minute walk from the central railway station. There is also a bus you can catch which is temporarily stopping round the corner from the hotel as there is a big hole in the road which...More
The hotel looks so much different from what it appears to be on the website.
It certainly used to be a great place, but that seems a long time ago. It now is a run down hotel, which is in desperate need for renovation.
We did not have a car, a family member dropped us off, so we didn't notice if they had parking. I would suggest you reach out to them. They are extremely helpful. When our cousin was driving us into Palermo, it was worse... More
We did not have a car, a family member dropped us off, so we didn't notice if they had parking. I would suggest you reach out to them. They are extremely helpful. When our cousin was driving us into Palermo, it was worse than driving in NYC, so please use caution. Have a great trip!