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from € 200 per night

Minimum stay 2 nights

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Reviews

Dave

Fabulous apartment and charming host. Several wonderful reastaurants in easy walking distance of apartment. July 2017

Preow Thailandia

Absolutely the BEST apartment you can find is Sicily. We love the kitchen, wish we have one like this at home. Pricey but worth every cent. If you can afford this place, stay here, you will love it!! May 2017
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Summary

Heima is a prestigious apartment in Sambuca Palace, one of the most important eighteenth-century buildings in the old Arabic quarter “La Kalsa” in Palermo's city centre. It’s classy and contemporary and ideal for fun-filled holidays or business stays. It's strategically positioned in the heart of the city for sightseeing or shopping in Palermo's elegant boutiques. Privacy is ensured and the property is available for groups as small as two.

Property details

This 450 m² sophisticated apartment occupies two floors and has three double bedrooms each with own private bathroom done out in local stone from Ragusa. The spacious living room with fireplace, the dining and breakfast rooms and the designer kitchen are on the first floor. Off here lie the two wooden floored bedrooms "La Luna" and "Il Sole". The light-filled staircase leads up to the third bedroom "La Stella" and a sunroom with glorious wide windows leading to the classy terrace.


Characteristics

  • in the historical centre

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Heima

Prices

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From To per day
4 persons
per week
4 persons
Minimum
Stay
01-01 31-12 330 2310 2
Deposit (payable in cash upon arrival)
100,00 €

Services included

  • Breakfast

Information about extra services

The extra bed in the room Il Sole costs 20,00 Euro per night. Shuttle service from/to Palermo airport 35 Euro each way. Lunch/dinner/aperitif/ tariff upon request. Sicilian cuisine courses, tariff upon request.

Additional information

The bedroom La Stella is on the second floor and is accessible via an internal staircase which also leads to the living room and the terrace. The rooms La Luna and Il Sole are on the first floor.

Optional extra services Available upon request with payment on site

  • Extra bed in a suite Sole € 20.00 per person per day

Facilities

Barbecue

Barbecue

Log fire

Log fire

Wine cellar

Wine cellar

Freezer

Freezer

Kitchen

Kitchen

Ice-making machine

Ice-making machine

Electric oven

Electric oven

Wi-Fi Internet

Wi-Fi Internet

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Radiant floor heating

Radiant floor heating

Area

Area

Heima's location is both enchanting (located in the old Arabic quarter "la Kalsa") and very handy to the many interesting sights that Palermo has to offer. It's easy to wander around the streets of the "old town" and you'll marvel at its buzzing centre and unpredictable nature. Many of the city centre's old palaces are majestically dishevelled and there's something to be discovered around every corner. If you don't feel like sightseeing on foot you can try one of the romantic carriages, a typical APE Calessino or by City Sightseeing. There are so many things to see when visiting Palermo but some things are an absolute must. We highly recommend the following: the two famous Theatres "Politeama" and "Massimo", Palazzo dei Normanni o Palazzo Reale, San Giovanni degli Eremiti, La Cattedrale, lo Spasimo, Piazza della Vergogna, Piazza Bologni, Piazza Marina, Palazzo Steri, Palazzo della Zisa, La Cuba, La Martorana (o San Cataldo) San Giuseppe dei Teatini, San Salvatore, Casa Professa, Castello a mare, Orto Botanico e Villa Giulia, il Loggiato di San Bartolomeo, la Kalsa, piazza Magione, the famous markets "Vucciria", "Ballarò", "Pulci"(flea market), "il Capo" e Lattarini, museo Pitrè, museo delle Marionette, Sant'Anna Modern Art Gallery (GAM), Palazzo Branciforte, Palazzo Abatellis, Villa Malfitano Witaker, Giardino Inglese and Mure delle Cattive (Palazzo Butera).

If it's Sicilian street food you are after then it's worth trying "pani ca meusa" (bread rolls filled with sautéed beef spleen or tripe) in the Cala area or at the famous Focacceria San Francesco. You may also enjoy an aperitif near the harbour at Nautiscopio at Foro Italico, a pizza in Piazza Marina right near Palazzo Steri, typical Sicilian dishes at the Osteria dei Vespri or some boiled octopus in the seaside village of Mondello. Not far from the city centre you can visit: Castello Utveggio, La Palazzina Cinese, Charleston beach resort in Mondello or the Duomo (cathedral) in Monreale.
Further afield is the island of Ustica which takes about 45 mins by hydrofoil or the Aeolian Islands can be reached by hydrofoil from June to September in 2hours 45.

distances to surrounding areas

Monreale

10.00 km

Cefalù

66.00 km

Distances

Amenities

Restaurant

10.00 m

Supermarket

950.00 m

Railway Station

1.60 km

Beach

14.00 km

Palermo airport

32.00 km

Trapani Airport

113.00 km

Main towns

Mondello

10.00 km

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