The Hotellerie b&b in Palermo is a place designed to offer the best possible hospitality. The suites are built inside the ancient Arab walls that have protected the city since the 9th century, more precisely in the walls of the Foro Italico on top of which there is the “Walk of the cattive”.
The structure overlooks the sea, near Porta Felice which is the historic access to the Cassaro, now Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
Behind it lies the historic district of Kalsa which once housed the Emir's citadel and which today offers countless sites to visit. The Church of Santa Maria dello Spasimo, the Church of the Martorana, or Palazzo Abatellis and Fontana Pretoria are just a few examples.
Born with the desire to transfer the hospitality that has always distinguished the people of Palermo, The Hotellerie b&b aims to build in each guest little precious memories to take with them, of a city that Goethe called "the most beautiful place in the world".