Located at the heart of Palermo’s fascinating
historical centre, a brief walk from the cathedral
Located at the heart of Palermo’s fascinating historical centre, a brief walk from the cathedral, L’Appartamento Vittorio occupies the top floor of a historic aristocratic palazzo. The entire palace belongs to a single owner – which guarantees peace and tranquility (i.e there is no danger of having noisy neighbours!).
Recently restored, with meticulous attention to every detail and comfort, the apartment exudes contemporary chic. There is a spacious and stylishly furnished living-dining room; two large bedrooms, one decorated in subtle tones of blue, the other in tones of sea-glass green; two comfortable bathrooms (one ensuite); and a well-designed kitchen. This apartment truly is ideal for anyone seeking luxury and tranquility in the historical heart of Palermo.
|2 bedrooms, 4 sleeps|
|22 March - 31 December||
minimum stay 3 nights
Refundable at the departure less any damages € 1000
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Appartamento Vittorio is next door to the Appartamento Emanuele, sharing the same landing. Together the two apartments can sleep 8 people.
The Palazzo is located in a strict pedestrianised area. Access by car is permitted in order to drop luggage off and pick it up again at the end of your stay. Cars have to be parked outside the pedestrianised area (known as a ZTL in Italy). We recommend you park in an official car park, where you can pay by the hour or by the day.
Both apartments are a brief walk away from Palermo’s most important monuments, including the Cathedral, Piazza Pretoria, Quattro Canti, the Auditorium of SS. Salvatore, the Church of S. Caterina, the Teatro Massimo, and the wonderful daily produce market of Capo.