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Albergo Maccotta

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  • Practical Base

This albergo has but a single star, but it shines brighter than expected, offering many benefits to the budget-minded traveler. No, there's...

Baia dei Mulini Hotel

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  • Casual Chic

If easy access to cooling water is a priority amenity, check into this beach-front resort hotel about 2 km (1 mile) north of the city...

Centrale Palace Hotel

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  • Grande Dame

A stone's throw from Palermo's main historic sites, the Centrale Palace is the only hotel in the heart of the centro storico that was...

Domus Mariae

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  • Local Flavor

On Ortygia's eastern shore, this hotel, in an unusual twist, is owned by Ursuline nuns, who help to make the mood placid and peaceful—but...

Foresteria Baglio della Luna

  • $$
  • Casual Chic

Fiery sunsets and moonlight cast a glow over the ancient tower at the center of this farmhouse-hotel complex, in the valley below the...

Grand Hotel Ortigia

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  • Grande Dame

An elegant though somewhat old-fashioned design prevails at this venerable institution, which has enjoyed a prime position on the Porto...

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa

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  • Clubby Atmosphere

Cleverly constructed within Palermo's historic stock exchange, this monastery-turned-hotel is ideally located in the old town, just around...

Grand Hotel San Pietro

  • $$$
  • Grande Dame

Situated below the main part of town, this Relais & Chateaux property is a bit out of the way. Public rooms call to mind the splendor...

Grand Hotel Timeo

  • $$$$
  • Grande Dame

On a princely perch overlooking the town, the Greek theater, and the bay, this truly grand hotel wears a graceful patina that suggests...

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

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  • Grande Dame

This grande dame set in a private tropical garden at the edge of the bay—a local landmark for a century, and starting to show its age—still...

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