Apartment Trinacria Suite

on request

Super-elegant apartment with roof terrace
overlooking Palermo’s picturesque Marina

Location

Palermo

Sleeps

6

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

3

Trinacria Suite Apartment is splendidly sited, looking over the city walls (and historic ‘widows’ walkway) with magnficent views of the marina and the sea. The apartment is located inside the old Trinacria hotel, the most glamorous hotel of Palermo’s “belle epoque”, which has been entirely renovated and divided into apartments. The Trinacria suite is one of the finest, with private access from its own courtyard. It is on the first floor, connected both by a pleasant staircase and by a private lift that leads directly into the tastefully furnished living room decorated with serious and choice pieces of modern art.

The suite is on one level, and is composed of two large double ensuite bedrooms which have access to the terrace, the true focal point of the house — and a twin which overlooks a well of light that it shares with the nearby Palazzo Lampedusa. The two double bedrooms and the living room have direct access to the terrace which continues along the entire length of the apartment. It is a rare jewel indeed – the ideal place to have a drink in the afternoon or to dine in the shade of the gazebo. Services offered for guests those you would expect of a 5 * hotel suite – luggage porter, butler, daily cleaning, breakfast, and regular linen changing.

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Your villa at a glance

  • Private entrance
  • Lift
  • Fully equipped contemporary kitchen (including wine-cellar)
  • Large living room with dining area
  • 3 ensuite bedrooms, two double and one twin
  • Extremely spacious panoramic terrace, fully furnished, with gazebo for shade.

Nearby

The suite lies just on the boundary of Palermo’s restricted traffic area, with free street parking a short walk away.

Things to do

  • Quattro Canti and Piazza Pretoria.
  • Palazzo Branciforte – recently restored by Gae Aulenti.
  • Serpotta Oratories
  • Massimo Opera Theatre
  • The old markets: il Capo, La Vucciria and Ballarò
  • San Domenico Church
  • Old harbour of Palermo named La Cala