Looking for a place to stay in Palermo? Then look no further than Hotel Verdi, a hotel that brings the best of Palermo to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and Hotel Verdi makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available nearby.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Palermo, Hotel Verdi is located a short distance from Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio (La Martorana) (0.4 mi) and Chiesa del Gesu (0.5 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Palermo's popular shrimp restaurants such as Ferro di Cavallo, Osteria Mercede, and Osteria Ballarò, all a short distance from Hotel Verdi.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Norman Palace and Palatine Chapel, Catacombe dei Cappuccini, and Palazzo Conte Federico.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Verdi as you experience everything Palermo has to offer.
Grazie Patrizia and Guillermo for our wonderful stay. The hotel is perfectly located from the major sites of the city. Guillermo can take you around to the sites of the city and beyond. Price is very reasonable considering it’s a private tour. To enter the hotel is on the second floor no lifts but the hotel has a hoist which can take your luggage up so you don’t have to struggle with it up the staircase. Breakfast was basic but delicious. Room was comfortable and generous in size. Will definitely come back and stay!
Fantastic location but very basic room and amenities. Wi-Fi in bedroom not working. Squeeqiest bed ever. No lift. Nice staff. For the budget traveller! Nearest cheap off street parking 500 metres. Don't drive if staying city based.
The description of the hotel matches the reality. The location is ideal just opposite the Teatro Massimo. The cost benefit relation is perfect. Rooms are nice and clean. The breakfast service far more than expected with fresh fruits and yogurt. The owner himself guided us to the parking garage nearby. We enjoyed our stay.
This hotel is directly opposite Teatro Massimo - a great location, but the one way system and traffic makes things difficult, especially when some roads are shut with no warning. We had problems finding the hotel and ended up pulling in. I sat in the car, whilst 2 other people walked around looking for the hotel. They came back with the gentleman who runs the hotel, who solved our parking problem by driving the wrong way down a one way street and then parking the car in an alley. He took the bags up to our room using a winch off the balcony and then took the car away to park it. Unfortunately, those of our party who arrived first didn't speak any Italian and they didn't have a copy of the booking reference, which made checking in really difficult. The rooms were a reasonable size, clean and had a very nice bathroom. Our room, at the front of the hotel was not too noisy, but those about the road next door, where all the bars and restaurants are were very noisy. There was an air conditioner which kept the room cold, but it had lights which flashed all night and early in the morning it started dripping water on the bedside cabinet. It was a reasonable hotel, but leave your car and walk to check in.…
This hotel offered a room that was budget friendly, well located, clean and ample in size. The staff was very friendly and ready to help in any way. Yes, the hostess does not speak any English, but she tried her hardest. Her husband, however, does speak some English. One reviewer found her unfriendly, but that was not our experience at all. Both were very helpful. The biggest problem that we found was the noise. We had a room that faced the main street, and we were there on a long weekend. It was very noisy throughout the night, and perhaps this was precisely because it was a weekend. Despite what a reviewer said about the shutters keeping out the noise, this was not our experience. It was very noisy. The Hotel is located right by the Teatro Massimo, so this is an active area at all hours. Another negative, was the meager breakfast. We are not very picky, but there were a couple of mornings (during breakfast hours) that basic items were not replenished such as cereal (because they had no more ?).…