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A Santuzza

A Santuzza

The suite is named after the patron saint of Palermo, Saint Rosalia, also called “A Santuzza” (“The Little Saint” in local dialect).
The celebration of the Saint is still held every year on July 15th. So, should you be in Palermo on that date, you can take part in the festivity called “Fistinu” alongside the many visitors joining the celebrations every year from all around the world. By staying with us you actually enjoy the main event from the private balcony of your room as the statue of the Saint is taken around town in a pictoresque procession!

Beds: 1 King size

Room Amenities: private bathroom with hairdryer and top-quality amenity kit. Individually adjustable air conditioning system, electronic safe, 40” LED flat-screen TV, mini-bar, desk, closet, luggage support rack, USB charging station, Wi-Fi and three private balconies. Daily housekeeping, towel and bed linen change. Complimentary welcome gift.


The room overlooks Cassaro or Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Palermo’s most ancient thoroughway. It’s about 2km long and it’s still the main city axis leading directly to the sea and connecting Palazzo Reale with Porta Felice.

Along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, you can find the main sights of Palermo such as the Cathedral, Palazzo dei Normanni, Porta Nuova, Piazza Pretoria and many other churches and ancient buildings of historical and cultural value.

At the crossing of the two ancient main roads, Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Maqueda, you will arrive at Quattro Canti, a small square that divides the town into its quarters. The buildings at the 4 corners have diagonal baroque façades so the square has an almost octagonal form.

A modern design room with typical sicilian details.

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