I'll have to agree with the previous reviews in that the staff was very nice, the location is good and the rooms are very beautiful and clean. HOWEVER there's something that none of the reviews before mention: the hotel would be perfect but for the fact that at least half the rooms on each floor either face the bar downstairs or they face each other and the common area corridor. All the rooms have a glass wall so if you don't want your room to be on full display to the people in the opposite room (or the guests at the bar) you have to draw the blackout blinds and turn on the light even during daytime. Not to mention that the first room we were given was facing the bar area, which allowed us not only to have a direct view to the people enjoying a drink downstairs but also to hear all the noise. When we called the front desk to complain, we were told not to worry, that the bar closes at 3 o'clock in the morning.....
So unless you ensure prior to arrival that you will be given one of the rooms facing the street, I would strongly recommend you don't stay at the Palermitano!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A luxurious boutique hotel designed by David Collins with a unique concept in design. Located in Palermo Soho, four blocks from Plaza Serrano and eigth block from the metro.The hotel features 16 stylish and unique guestrooms: 2 Suites, 6 Superior rooms and 8 Standard rooms. Private balcony in 4 rooms. Pool on the 4th floor, Free WI FI, LDC, minibar, safe, Air / Heating Conditioner, smoke detector, Carrara Marble and organic amenities in all rooms. ... more less
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