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Hotel Le Calette

Hotel Le Calette Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This elegant waterfront hotel provides a relaxing getaway, with its highlight being sweeping ocean vistas. Highlights here include the tranquil outdoor pool, surrounded by luxe loungers, an array of dining options (including a free breakfast buffet), and children's amenities such as a playground. The rooms are simple, yet comfortable and offer stunning views from their private balconies. Both families and couples are attached to this resort for its small beach and peaceful atmosphere.

Cefalu Sea Palace

Cefalu Sea Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This funky, modern seaside hotel stands out amongst its traditional Mediterranean-style competitors with clean rooms and interesting decor. Though rooms aren't particularly upscale, they are large and feature balconies. Families may enjoy the large pool and location across the street from the beach, but the Sea Palace mostly attracts couples with its on-site spa, elegant restaurants, and waterside bars.

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa

Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 127-room Grand Hotel Piazza Borsa is located in a restored former bank building -- and a convent before that -- in the heart of the old city. The property opened in 2010 after a five-year renovation and it retains many original architectural details, including the vault with the security door, but has been stylishly updated. A beautiful courtyard off the lobby, surrounded by columns, has a retractible roof. Wi-Fi can only be used in the lobby and isn't available in the large, stylish rooms. A central location puts the hotel within walking distance of the city’s attractions, and overall it is a good choice for tourists or business travelers.

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea

Grand Hotel Villa Igiea Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Grand Hotel Villa Igiea offers a magnificent and ornate example of Sicily's 19th-century architectural history. Visitors have noted that this is considered one of the best, if not the best, hotel in Palermo. While it is luxurious, there are some aspects of the property that could use updating, particularly the furnishings in individual rooms. The grounds, however, are spectacular. The outdoor pool was built to incorporate ancient stone ruins. Inside, there’s a romantic bar with vaulted stone ceilings and wall frescoes and a restaurant replete with glass chandeliers and 19th-century oil paintings.

Montalbano Commissioner's House (La casa di Montalbano)

Montalbano Commissioner's House (La casa di Montalbano) Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This small bed and breakfast with four guest rooms is located on the beautiful beach of Punta Secca, a tiny fishing village that's a popular summer destination. The decor of the hotel and rooms is a bit old-fashioned, but this is offset by fantastic views and the property's close proximity to the beach. A free breakfast is served every morning and beach chairs are provided in each room.

Hotel Baglio Basile

Hotel Baglio Basile Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This resort in the middle of the Sicilian countryside is one of few with a spa, and offers some luxurious touches in a faux-historic building. Weddings and events are the main focus, though, so the mediocre buffet for guests seems like an afterthought, and is not on par with the rest of the food on offer in Sicily. It’s a good midpoint between Erice and Agrigento for road-trippers looking for a break, and often has good package deals, but is not the best base for sightseeing.

B&B Villa Sogno Charme e Relax Selinunte

B&B Villa Sogno Charme e Relax Selinunte Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The B&B Villa Sogno Charme e Relax Selinunte is a quiet upper-middle-range bed and breakfast catering towards couples. Rooms have a maximum capacity of two people, and children under the age of 14 are not allowed. The grounds and public spaces are beautifully decorated with an emphasis on Mediterranean plants and neoclassical design. A gourmet breakfast gets rave reviews for tasty details such as the organic homemade jam and strong coffee. There's an outdoor swimming pool and rooftop terrace with lovely views of the surrounding landscape. The location is secluded, so a car is required for visiting the coast and nearby Greek ruins of Selinunte Archaeological Park.

Selinunte Beach

Selinunte Beach Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 139-room Selinunte Beach hotel is located in the Belice River nature reserve, with easy access to the beach by a hotel shuttle or short walk. The well-maintained property has a large pool and brightly-painted restaurants and common areas, though it’s not particularly luxurious. Geared toward families, the big draw is entertainment in the high-season including plays, musical performances, and daily activities in the pool area and amphitheater. The large guest rooms are clean and simply decorated and rates are similar to, and sometimes cheaper than, other family-friendly properties in the area. Couples can try the nearby Hotel Admeto.

Residence La Gancia

Residence La Gancia Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This boutique hotel, elegantly laid out around a 16th-century cloister, has been beautifully updated on the interior while still preserving the stone architectural details that identify it as a historic site. Pale wood and stucco walls create a surprisingly bright atmosphere in the common areas despite a lack of natural light. As with the rest of the town of Trapani, water from the faucet is non-potable. Some guests have noted that walls may be thin and the rooms near the elevator shaft and breakfast room may experience some extra noise. This hotel is a little pricier than local luxury competitors, but many feel that its historic setting and views make it worthwhile.

Domina Coral Bay Sicilia Zagarella

Domina Coral Bay Sicilia Zagarella Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This large, beachfront hotel is located on the outskirts of a small town about a half hour from Palermo and along the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The hotel's unimpressive exterior gives way to spacious, appealing interiors that have a '60s aesthetic (think undulating walls and bright blocks of color). Because of its size and impressive location, the property is the site of frequent events, including youth meetings, weddings, and large conferences. The restaurant here receives mixed reviews. Many guests have noted that the hotel seems to prioritize the many events taking place there over those visitors who have booked rooms. For example, some have noted that when the main parking lot is full, guests are sent to another one a third of a mile away along an unlit road.


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