Palermo Hotels

There is a wide range of hotels in Palermo ranging from international 5-star hotels to smaller boutique properties.

The Palermo hotels below have been hand-picked by our guide author and have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €150)
Moderate (€80 to €150)
Cheap (under €80)

These prices are for a double room per night and include all taxes and breakfast, unless otherwise indicated.

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Grand Hotel Wagner

+39 91 336 572.

The luxury Grand Hotel Wagner is full of old-world charm. Recently restored, this early-20th century building boasts antique furniture, chandeliers, rare marble, rich carpets and old paintings. Rooms are exquisitely decorated and there's a laid-back piano bar and a fourth-floor terrace with stunning city views.

Via Riccardo Wagner, 90139, Palermo, Italy

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

+39 91 631 2111.

At Acquasanta, 3km (2 miles) north of the city, this 5-star hotel, restored by renowned 19th century architect Ernesto Basile at the end of the 19th century, is housed in a sumptuous art nouveau building. Seriously stylish accommodation, it offers original frescoes, decoration and furniture.

Salita Belmonte 43, 90142, Palermo, Italy

Hotel Principe di Villafranca

+39 91 611 8523.

It may have just 34 rooms, but this stylish hotel makes up for size with an intimate restaurant and bar, and a cosy reading room with an intriguing collection of books. Located in the city centre, close to some top fashion boutiques, it is conveniently place for shopaholics. Expect a refined atmosphere and elegant furnishings.

Via G Turrisi Colonna 4, 90141, Palermo, Italy

Centrale Palace Hotel

+39 91 8539.

In the historic centre, near the Quattro Canti, this luxury hotel has 103 rooms and 11 suites, all tastefully decorated. Breakfast is served in a grand restaurant. There is a roof terrace for evening drinks and a grand red Sicilian marble staircase for those who like to make an entrance.

Corso Vittorio Emanuele 327, 90134, Palermo, Italy

Hotel Garibaldi

+39 91 601 7111.

In the heart of Palermo’s shopping area, Hotel Garibaldi is a decent, moderately priced stay. Recently renovated, all rooms are now modern with funky fabrics and contemporary photographic prints bringing them to life. Wi-Fi, LCD TVs and tea and coffee making facilities are among the home comforts.

Via Emerico Amari, 146,, 90139, Palermo, Italy

Grand Hotel Etes des Palmes

+39 91 602 8111.

The sumptuous rooms of this historical, city centre hotel are decorated with antique furniture and fine fabrics. Founded in 1874, and renovated by one of the great masters of the art nouveau style, Ernesto Basile, in 1907, this has been the haunt of Italian socialites, writers, musicians and film stars for more than a century.

Via Roma, 398, 90139, Palermo, Italy

Baglio Busalacchi

+39 91 684 3834.

Situated near the seaside resort of Mondello, this cosy and clean bed and breakfast is a 10-minute walk to the beach. It has a sunny private courtyard and offers a Sicilian breakfast of filled croissants (cornetti) and fresh fruit. A nearby bus stop can take guests into the city centre.

Via Pazienza 33a, Mondello, 90151, Palermo, Italy

Abali Gran Sultanato

+39 338 335 2997.

A quirky and colourful bed and breakfast, each room at Abali Gran Sultanato is individually decorated. Choose from a room in pink and black, green and purple, turquoise or red. Guests can even pick their beds from a round bed, a king size or two singles. Breakfast is a cheerful array of cornetti pastries, cereals and ham.

Via S. Agostino 5,, 90134, Palermo, Italy

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