Welcome to Palermo
Via Mariano Stabile, 126, Palermo, 90139 Italy
Hotel Tonic, situated in the historic centre of Palermo, just a few steps from its most important theatres, the “Politeama” and the “Massimo”, is housed in an elegant 1900′s Art Nouveau building. Well cared for and distinguished, this 3 stars hotel offers facilities and comforts equal to any higher class hotel, thanks to the flawless renovation work completed in June 2007.The Hotel is easily reached from both Port and Railway Station. It is an ideal venue for the tourist and the businessman alike. Tourists can wander through the streets of the antique city, capital of the reign of the Two Sicilies, immersing themselves in the scents and colours of one of the most suggestive cities in the Mediterranean. Businessmen are just a few minutes away from the city’s commercial and administrative centre.
This Palermo hotel offers a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. The staff can provide tour/ticket assistance and tour assistance. Additional amenities include multilingual staff, room service (during limited hours), and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Guest parking is available for a surcharge.
Offering a large sun terrace with swimming pool and panoramic views across Palermo and the Mediterranean Sea, Bel Tre is out of the chaotic city centre. Parking is free.Hotel Bel Tre has a panoramic location, 8 km outside Palermo centre. The historic town of Monreale is also just 15 minutes’ drive away.Rooms are spacious and air conditioned. All include a TV, minibar and a private bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries. Some have a balcony overlooking Palermo.Breakfast is buffet style and the restaurant serves Sicilian specialities at dinner.You will find a gym and a games room with billiards. Wi-Fi is free in public areas and vending machines provide snacks and drinks throughout the day.
This romantic hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, room service (during limited hours), and dry cleaning/laundry services. Guest parking is complimentary.
Excelsior Hilton Palermo is a luxurious 4-star hotel set in a prime location in the centre of Palermo. Local tourist attractions such as Teatro Politeama, Piazza Politeama and City Centre Palermo are not far from the hotel. Also easily within reach are Teatro Massimo (Palermo), Villa Malfitano and Museo Archeologico Regionale. Room facilities include balcony, climate control, clock radio, direct-dial phone and in-room safe. Other room amenities include blackout drapes/curtains, desk and minibar. Beds: Extra towels and bedding items are provided in the guestrooms. Hotel guests will be able to request a crib/cot (infant beds). Bathroom amenities include complimentary toiletries, hair dryer and shower/tub combination. Entertainment: In-room entertainment options at Excelsior Hilton Palermo include LCD television and satellite television service. Internet connection options: Business guests will appreciate dial-up Internet access. Additional charges are applied for wired high-speed Internet access and wireless high-speed Internet access. Housekeeping services are also available.
Dining options at this business-friendly hotel include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. This 4-star hotel features business amenities including a business center, small meeting rooms, and audio-visual equipment. The staff can provide wedding services and business services. Additionalamenities include a fitness facility, a concierge desk, and multilingual staff. Onsite parking is offered for a surcharge.
As the capital of the stunning island of Sicily, Palermo was sought after long before it became a sunny holiday spot. At various times the city was dominated by Arab invaders, Normans and French invaders, and many left their mark, in the form of fabulous buildings or crumbling walls.
Arches, mosaics and the marble-strewn style of Sicilian baroque architecture dominate buildings like the Gesu Church and the dulled yellow of the impressive cathedral, while delve down into the catacombs and you’ll find yourself staring at a morbid scene containing over 8000 mummified former residents of the city. You might consider the buildings, though, to be best left for a rainy day: the major draw in Palermo will almost certainly remain the stunning Mediterranean beaches.