Beati Paoli 1
- In the heart of the historic center of Palermo
- Stylish design
- Quiet internal court with reserved parking space
- Palermo airport, 30 km
- Trapani airport, 112 km
- Catania airport, 235 km
- Palermo central station, 1,5 km
- 1 double bedroom
- 1 room with two single beds
- 2 bathroom with shower
- Full equipped kitchen
Sophisticated style that is never banal. With its bright and striking colours, every corner of this flat will be innovative and special. Customised furnishings, attention to detail and an undoubtedly creative touch that makes all the difference. Located in one of the most strategic areas for Palermo’s daylife, between the main attractions of the historic centre and the ancient markets, where you can breathe an authentic Sicilian essence.
Passing through a private gate, you enter into a romantic courtyard, with a relaxation area with large, comfortable sofas and a dining table to be used for sunny breakfasts or meals in enjoyable company.
The interior of the flat is very well cared for and designed to meet any guest’s needs, created to convey ease and confidence, just like at home.
Upon entering, there is a large living area with a dining table, a fully equipped kitchen and a complete bathroom. Going upstairs there is a further bathroom with shower, with emerald green tiles. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with two single beds; both rooms are very spacious and bright, with the possibility of using them for study or work.
This flat is the solution for any type of holiday, as a couple, with family or with friends. Having the possibility to be reserved as a single or together with the adjacent twin house, it offers the possibility to share this experience with extreme comfort.
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
Please communicate the time you arrive in order to facilitate check-in.
Late arrivals (after 20.00) are subject to a cash payment to the check-in agent of:
- €20 from 8pm to midnight;
- 30€ from 24h to 02h;
- 40€ after 02h;
For consumption, we guaranteed the weekly use of 50 Kw/h of electricity and 20mc3 of gas.
The extra consumption will be €1 per Kw and €2 per cubic meter of gas.
Corleone is a small-town rich in history located a few kilometres from Palermo, surrounded by a magnificent naturalistic setting. Worth seeing are the enchanting Two Rocks Waterfall, the Mother Church dating back to 1700 and the International Center for Documentation on the Mafia. In the surroundings of Corleone, we recommend to nature lovers a visit to the Ficuzza Nature Reserve.
The seaside resort of Mazzaforno is only 3 kilometres from the well-known Cefalù. The coastal coast of Mazzaforno is characterized by a perfect mix of sea, mountains, sand and rocks. You can reach the turquoise and crystalline waters of this town via the State Road 113 towards Palermo, following the signs for Mazzaforno.
At about 90km from Palermo, you can reach Pollina, a historic and picturesque village located inside the park of Madonie at about 750m of altitude. By going to Pollina, you’ll be able to breathe the pristine air. You will also enjoy a breathtaking panorama rendered unique by the mix of the green forest of the Madonie and the blue sea. Finally, Finale di Pollina is famous for its immense beaches, situated a few km away from Pollina.
On the slopes of Mount Caputo, a stone’s throw from Palermo lies the Norman town of Monreale. A wonderful place full of history, like an open-air museum. What makes it famous and recognisable is certainly its majestic cathedral, dedicated to Santa Maria la Nova, in Arab-Norman style.
The second most important Byzantine work in the world and part of the Unesco heritage. The town is built around this jewel, and it is interesting to walk through its streets and note how different ethnic groups contributed to its enrichment; such as Arabs, Byzantines, Normans and Spaniards.
Adjacent to the cathedral is the monastery of San Benedetto, just a few steps away is the diocesan museum with its frescoes, and its great highlight is the belvedere over the entire valley of the ‘Conca d’oro’, a magical view of the city of Palermo and surrounding areas.