We stayed 3 nights in this wonderful palazzo, in the very heart of the city (you can reach all the interesting places by foot). We were in the ramacco suite: a kitchen, a bathroom, one single and one double room.
The breakfast was so big that you almost don't need to take a lunch (coffee, tea, warm croissant, pandoro, panettone, yoghourt...). You take it in one of the room of the palace...and you really feel like a prince/princess, especially with such a nice and caring person serving you like Ricardo did !
The surroundings are quite popular and could be messy (the ballaro market is standing at 2 streets from the palace), but we never felt unsafe, even at 11 PM when coming back from dinner.
I'll surely stay again in this place if I have the chance to come back in Palermo.
The only inconvenient thing is that the palace is so big.... That the wifi connexion is really poor is the room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The building of sixteenth-century origin, as testified by the elegant portal with archivolt that leans out on via del Bosco, was born as dwelling of Paolo Caggio, who founded here the Accademia dei solitari (Academy of the solitary ones). The original plant was subsequently restructured in the mid of eighteen-century under the project of the architect Giovanni Filingeri, brother of that Pietro's Filingeri. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palazzo Montevago Palermo, Sicily