Palermo Blu • Palazzo Quaroni
The holiday lettings of Palazzo Quaroni are modern, bright and comfortable accommodations located in Via Maqueda in Palazzo Quaroni, designed by the Roman architect Ludovico Quaroni. The holiday lettings are located just a few meters from the Teatro Massimo and not far from the central station of Palermo. All the major attractions of Palermo, the historic markets and parks are reachable within short walking distance. The district “Quaroni” is also really close to the nightlife of Palermo. You can reach numerous clubs, gourmet restaurants, pizzerias and typical restaurants within minutes.
Palazzo Quaroni has 6 fully equipped suites. The elegant and minimalist decor provides the rooms light and harmony, instantly giving their guests the feeling of comfort and exclusive welcome that one seeks away from home. Particular attention is paid to the details and the quality of the rest, thanks to the characteristics of the beds and the soundproofing system, which offers all guests high quality of sleep, excellent rest and privacy.
The holiday lettings of Palazzo Quaroni are the ideal starting point for those who want to explore Palermo on foot to discover the authentic beauty of the city, its surprising lanes and the UNESCO World Heritage Site. They are ideal for families and couples who want to spend their holidays without worries and want a clean and welcoming holiday letting in a central location.
Palermo Blu is also the ideal accommodation for those working in Palermo and looking for a modern accommodation in the historical center of Palermo, equipped with every comfort, including a private garage where you can park your car for a daily fee of 10,00 €.
The individual apartments
Palazzo Quaroni offers these single apartments:
Palermo – The most exciting city in Italy
“Palermo is noisy and chaotic!” they say. Is that a fact? Maybe it is right next to the motorway, but who wants to take a holiday there!? Certainly not our guests, who can choose from a range of luxury and well soundproofed apartments in the very centre of town.
Amongst European cities of its size, nowhere is a trendier pick for a city break or culture-filled getaway than Palermo. As the city sheds the old cliches of the twentieth century, travellers are thronging to the four historic neighbourhoods that make up its old town, its leafy boulevards and buzzing piazzas, and the newly-pedestrianised thoroughfares that are its main arteries.
The old town district of La Loggia even has its own marina, known as La Cala:
We can’t believe any city in Italy has changed more than Palermo over the past 20 years, so if you’re still picturing the old cliches of crime and chaos, you’ve got to come and see for yourself what everyone’s talking about.
Palermo is the perfect base for a winter holiday in Sicily. The summer tourists thin out noticeably by mid-October, but the weather is still glorious right up to Christmas. Even in January, the sun shines here for an average of four hours a day. Beat the crowds and discover the real Palermo with a winter getaway in the Mediterranean.