Finding an ideal charming hotel in Palermo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Giardino Inglese, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel Giardino Inglese, visitors can check out Il Castello della Zisa (1.2 mi) and Cattedrale di Palermo (1.3 mi), some of Palermo's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Giardino Inglese offer a minibar and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, a concierge, and a rooftop terrace. Guests of Hotel Giardino Inglese are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and free breakfast, located on site.
While in Palermo be sure to experience local ribs favourites at La Corte Dei Mangioni.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Norman Palace and Palatine Chapel, Palazzo Conte Federico, or Palazzo Mirto, which are popular architectural buildings amongst tourists.
Hotel Giardino Inglese looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Palermo.
My three generational family of 8 stayed here for 4 nights. Eugenio was the perfect host. He took great care of us from my booking in May throughout our stay in October. All the staff were excellent and accommodating. Our rooms with balconies were comfortable. The breakfasts on the lovely terrace overlooking the park were very tasty. And the setting adjacent to the park was beautiful. It’s calming to be in a quiet , green space when you’re touring a large city like Palermo. And they accommodated us with an early checkin which we appreciated after our trip from the US. Perfecto!
In Palermo, I have also stayed at Ibis Styles Palermo Cristal, Hotel Plaza Opéra and Hotel Ucciardhome. My reviews, to compare, can be found on TripAdvisor. Pros: - Location: (Walking) Ignazio Mormino Art and Archaeology Museum (4mins), Parco Piersanti Mattarella - Giardino Inglese (4mins), Villa Deliella (4mins), Port of Palermo (20mins). - Bathroom amenities: Soap bar, combined shampoo/shower gel, shower cap, hairdryer (800w) [i.e. bring your own!] - Free in-room WiFi (good speeds, approx. 48Mbps). - Lots of in-room storage. Cons: - Compared to other hotels, the check-out time of 10:00am is very early and should be noted. - Breakfast is more at a 3-star hotel level, rather than 4-star. As others have mentioned, this is an area that should be improved.
Stayed here in Fall 2019 for one night. The hotel was lovely and the staff very friendly. Surrounded by a lush green park, but the bus stop was across the road. The local bus was free for us to use. However, things that cost us extra were the bike rentals and valet. On our check-out day, we were able to rent the bikes to go all over Palermo, which was nice and the front desk held our luggage and car for us. Would definitely recommend as a solid middle-range hotel.
We stayed here for a week in late September. Our room had a small balcony that overlooked part of the adjacent park. The room was clean, and they somehow always managed to clean it quickly, so that by the time we finished having breakfast on the roof the room would be clean again. One complaint about our room is that while it had two bathrooms, one of them had a terrible smell to it so we just kept that one closed the entire time (we never actually mentioned the smell to anyone.) Something else to note is that the key to enter the room has to be inserted into a slot after you enter in order for the room to have power (this may be how it’s done in Sicily in general, as we had to do the same in another hotel.) Breakfast is available on the roof every morning. The food was mostly decent, but you are treated to some nice views. The hotel is a bit of a walk to get to the center of Palermo; we enjoyed the long walk as it probably was needed from all the eating that we were doing - but it may be too far for those that are not able to do long walks. There is a Jacuzzi but I think you have to reserve it - it was covered during our time. There is a bar next to the lobby and it’s not terribly overpriced. Overall, the staff was very friendly and I think it’s a pretty decent place to stay.…
It was nice hotel with a few old telephones and typewriters as deco. It is located near a high end retail stores shopping area. I especially like the nice garden next door, and the easy one minute walk to airport express bus. We also found very nice restaurants within easy walking distance. In fact we had a nice evening and nice dinner near by.
This hotel is VERY well air conditioned which is very much appreciated when visiting Palermo in August. Our room had two rooms and might have been a suite - it had a living area with a couch and a bedroom. The hotel is overlooking a beautiful garden and about a 5 minute walk from the busy part of town. It has a gym and breakfast was included in our rate. They had free wifi that worked well. Our room had a spa bathtub which is unusual for Europe. Our reception was very strange - I think there was a communication barrier because another guest arrived immediately before we did but we had to haul in our own luggage, despite me asking for help. There are stairs to get up to the hotel so I would have appreciated it if someone got our luggage. The staff is not smiley when you check in - this might be a cultural thing but it was not very welcoming in. We were hot and tired and so lugging our own baggage and then not being greeted warmly gave me a bad first impression. However, the hotel is very nice and the room was big and the air conditioning was great. Would have been nice if they provided free water in the room. The soap and shampoo were very small. They offered a free razor and tooth brush. Room has robes and slippers. Might want to bring your own hair dryer because this one is attached to wall and not very forceful. The staff ended up being very helpful and I liked my stay overall.…
Nice and comfortable hotel. Had the room on the back as asked. Staff efficient and helpful. Breakfast room very charming on the sunroof overlooking the "English Garden" (which is not a garden...). All in all a good hotel but nothing unforgettable.
The room are spacefull and quiet. Exactly what you need after a day walking around in the cityu of Palerm. The Breakfast could be a bit better, they are no refill after 8:30 and if it is monday morning and you wake up at 9:00 you won't be able to have as much choice as it should be. For the location, if you are bit far from the center of the city you are near a beatifull and huge garden (Inglese Park) where you can do a morning walk or just take a nap in the middle of a warm afternoon
We stayed at the Hotel Giardino Inglese for 5 nights in May 2016 and selected the hotel based on location and Tripadvisor reviews. We were not disappointed. The bus from the airport stops across the road from the hotel and the return bus stop is about 50m from the door. The hotel is small and unassuming on the outside but inside it is beautifully decorated and furnished in true Italian style. Our room (at the rear of the hotel and overlooking the Giardino Inglese) was exactly what we had asked for - quiet, comfortable and a decent size. Breakfasts on the rooftop terrace were a delight. The buffet was excellent (very Italian) and the views over the Giardino Inglese pleasant. The staff were helpful and efficient and our stay was very enjoyable. Tips for nearby restaurants - the one under the hotel (Blanco) and especially Da Diego (about 10 mins walk and essential to book).…
I've spent two nights at the Hotel during my trip to Palermo and I find everything perfect about it. The location is great: walking distance from the shops in via Notarbartolo and from via Libertà e via Ruggero Settimo. Close to some of the main attractions in Palermo. And adjacent to Giardino Inglese: one of the parks in the city. Rooms are quite big and very clean, decorated with a modern touch. The breakfast is served on the Roof Terrace: good variety with some yummy local specialties. try to get a room with a view on the Giardino Inglese!
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