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Astoria Palace Hotel

Hotel in Palermo

A 5-minute drive from Palermo Harbor, the Astoria Palace Hotel is 5 mi from the beaches of Mondello. It was close to the city center, the stuff was incredibly nice and very helpful with all of our questions, the food was delicious, everything was sparkling clean. We 100% recommend!

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7.5
Good
6,164 reviews
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$48
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B&B Hotels - Hotel Palermo Quattro Canti

Hotel in Palermo

You could not find a better location in the heart of the historic center of Palermo. B&B Hotels - Hotel Palermo Quattro Canti is set next to the piazza of Quattro Canti. We really enjoyed the position, exactly in quattro canti one of the most touristic places in Palermo, at a walking distance to all the main attractions and to all the markets. It was really good value for money. The room was really big and clean. The terrace at 5th floor offers an amazing view of the fountain in front of the hotel. A special mention to Giuseppe the concierge: he was absolutely great. We were tired after a night on the ferry, and he made sure our room was the first to be ready for the check in so we could rest (also because outside it was raining and we couldn’t go anywhere). He’s been absolutely amazing! Also if you are driving there they will deal with ztl passes, and the valet parking will come to pick up your car (it will be 10/15€ per night)

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8.8
Excellent
2,081 reviews
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$67
per night

Eurostars Centrale Palace Hotel

Hotel in Monte di Pietà, Palermo

Located in the heart of Palermo, 197 feet from Via Maqueda shopping street, this hotel was once the noble 18th-century Palazzo Tarallo. WiFi is free throughout. Great location in the center of old town/four corners. Bus and train close by. Many bars and cafes near and 2 streets with no cars. This hotel was featured in a Rick Steves video on The Best of Sicily 2001. The hotel is beautiful with furnishings appropriate for a grand old hotel. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Roof top bar and restaurant were wonderful

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8.4
Very Good
2,325 reviews
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$84
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Hotel Garibaldi

Hotel in Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

Hotel Garibaldi is right opposite Palermo's famous Politeama Theater, and offers stylish rooms with air conditioning and satellite TV with Sky channels. Free WiFi throughout is provided. Location, great building, very welcoming staff.

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8
Very Good
2,837 reviews
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$52
per night

Ibis Styles Palermo President

Hotel in Borgo Vecchio, Palermo

Featuring a terrace overlooking Palermo harbor, 164 feet away, Ibis Styles Palermo offers free WiFi, a rooftop restaurant, and air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV. The bar is open 24 hours a day. Great location clean rooms nice breakfast Friendly staff!!! Antonella and especially Adriana. Second time in Palermo will be definitely in IBIS STYLES PALERMO PRESIDENT

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8.1
Very Good
1,659 reviews
Price from
$59
per night

Artemisia Palace Hotel

Hotel in Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

Artemisia Palace Hotel is an early 20th-century building close to the Politeama Theater. Palermo historical center is 15 minutes' walk away and you will be close to the harbor. Breakfast was very good! Perfect location, very close to the city center. Staff was super nice and helpful! Thanks, you made our stay unforgettable.

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8.7
Excellent
1,184 reviews
Price from
$47
per night

Hotel Politeama

Hotel in Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

On one of the most admired streets in Palermo’s historic and commercial town center, this stylish hotel exudes regional charm and touches of international modernity. Super clean and awesome location. Very nice hotel. We’d stay again for sure

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9
Awesome
907 reviews
Price from
$119
per night

Hotel Palazzo Sitano

Hotel in La Kalsa, Palermo

This elegant 18th century Baroque town house lies in the historic center of Palermo. Its contemporary rooms offer flat-screen satellite TV, just 492 feet from Piazza Marina. Our room was big, stylish, clean and had a small balcony with city view. Great location. The personel was friendly and helpful.

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8.5
Very Good
1,217 reviews
Price from
$76
per night

Mercure Palermo Centro

Hotel in Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

The 4-star Mercure Palermo is located right in Palermo’s center, 15 minutes’ walk from Palermo Cathedral. It offers free WiFi and modern rooms with design furniture. The breakfast misses a little zing! Eggs were cold powder eggs and the hard boiled eggs also were cold. Could you not put the hard boiled eggs in hot water to keep them warm? Coffee wasn’t strong, very weak. Presentation was boring, needs a little upgrade in the serving/ buffet of the food.

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8.3
Very Good
1,913 reviews
Price from
$48
per night

NH Palermo

Hotel in La Kalsa, Palermo

Overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Palermo, NH Palermo is on the seafront next to the botanic gardens. We had a lovely stay. The hotel has all the facilities we needed for our stay (beautiful pool area, lounge, bar, gym) and we felt very safe and comfortable with the staff. The view from our balcony was gorgeous. The property is located a 15 min walk to the center of town and right in front of a park and the port. Great for a morning run.

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7.9
Good
530 reviews
Price from
$117
per night

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FAQs about hotels in Palermo

  • Many families visiting Palermo loved staying at Alma Hotel, Palazzo Natoli Boutique Hotel, and La Serenissima Hotel.

  • Camplus Guest Palermo, Palazzo Natoli Boutique Hotel, and Alma Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Palermo.

  • For hotels in Palermo that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Alma Hotel, Albergo Cavour, and Palazzo Natoli Boutique Hotel.

  • The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Palermo this weekend is $121 or, for a 4-star hotel, $166. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Palermo for this weekend cost around $412 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • La Kalsa, Castellammare Vucciria, and Ruggero Settimo are popular with other travelers visiting Palermo.

  • On average, it costs $95 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Palermo for tonight. You'll pay around $160 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Palermo will cost around $574, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Palermo cost $61 per night, and 4-star hotels in Palermo are $84 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Palermo can be found for $424 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Some of the best hotels in Palermo near Teatro Massimo include IPERBOLE SUITE, B&B Massimo Inn and Benvenuti al Massimo.

  • Hotel Bel 3, Hotel Politeama, and La Serenissima Hotel got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Palermo.

  • These hotels in Palermo are highly rated by couples: Palazzo Natoli Boutique Hotel, Alma Hotel, and La Serenissima Hotel.

A Symbol of Sicily

Edgy and eclectic, Palermo is a symbol of all that Sicily stands for. From buzzing Vespas to the bustling Vucciria market, it simply brims with life.

Wonderful Palermo Cathedral glows radiantly in the Mediterranean sun. Nearby is the city’s last Sicilian Puppet Theater, and across the street is a palm-filled park housing Roman mosaics, though the best are in the archeological museum. At one end is the Norman Palace, a government building home to the fabulous Cappella Palatina, whose gold mosaics are absolutely breathtaking.

Equally magnificent are the gold mosaics lining the 12th-century Monreale Cathedral on the city’s outskirts. Wander the cloisters and note the varying columns and capitals – each pair is different.

Palermo also has fascinating churches: 2 of the oldest are 12th-century San Giovanni degli Eremeti and San Cataldo, each with red, Islamic-style domes. Gesú Church has an incredible Sicilian Baroque interior, while La Martorana’s frescoes are awe-inspiring. A street away is Quattro Canti, an intersection with a fountain in each corner.

Other attractions include the round Teatro Massimo, Mondello beach and Monte Pellegrino mountain overlooking the sea. You get fabulous views of this picnic spot as you fly into Palermo Airport before heading to your Booking.com accommodations.

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