Royal Suite a Palazzo Tagliavia
Floor No.(with elevator)
Because of its strategic location, the corner of Via Mariano Stabile and Via Ruggero Settimo in-roads identified as "the four corners of the country," Palazzo Tagliavia has historically played an extraordinarily important role in the development of economic, commercial and cultural Sicilian capital.
The suite offers a charming location into historic building, a short walk from the theaters Massimo and Politeama Garibaldi.
The interiors evoke a refined atmosphere, defined by the warm tones of the furniture and curtains and furniture in pure silk and linen tone on tone. It consists of a spacious bedroom with a double bed, an anteroom, bedroom, elegant antique lighting, plush blankets, two comfortable bathrooms vintage, a beautiful living room that invites conviviality between the lounge area and the beautiful table always impeccably laid, the well-stocked library of architectural magazines, candles, plants and antiques refined, The HD LCD TV with USB inputs, ready to rec, and a fully equipped kitchen for your breakfast or small meals.
On the wall of the living room there is a representative installation of 'work The Tower of Babel, created with frame in ebony.
In the city center, Palazzo Tagliavia puts you in close proximity to some of the areas most important monuments of the city and easy access to the areas affected by activities that have elected Palermo, capital of Sicily.
PLACES OF INTEREST
Teatro Massimo, which in addition to the beauty and architectural grandeur that places it among the top three in Europe in size of the stage. It 'important (in terms of music) the sound of it. Great posters and fine performances complement the jewel Palermo as a whole.
with bronze groups of rearing horses placed at the entrance of the building.
Martorana church in Palermo
also known as St. Mary's, was founded in 1143 and the original building shows both the Byzantine influence, much in vogue in the time, is clearly a mark of Islam, due to the long domination. About two centuries later, the houses in the district were allocated to the nuns of the convent, which is founded in 1394. The nuns of the convent have invented the delicious sweet fruit-shaped, made of marzipan, which until 1800 were prepared and sold only by them. Precisely because of the monopoly of this delicacy Sicilian sweets are known as the "Fruit of Martorana."
Palatine Chapel and the Norman Palace in Palermo
The Palatine Chapel is located in the Norman Palace in Palermo, where he meets the parliament of Sicily. The Palace is a very old building, originally certainly Arabic, although the development of the surrounding area is due to the Normans. As with many buildings of Palermo, the Byzantine style blends and mixes with the Islamic world that preceded it. The Palatine Chapel, which is part of the Palace is nothing short of spectacular, and the great artistic merit should be especially Arab style, mastering decorations. The mosaics and spectacular decorations that adorn the chapel really take away the breath, and show the charm of ancient cultures.
Regional Archaeological Museum in Palermo
The Regional Archaeological Museum "Antonio Salinas" Palermo is one of the most important in the Mediterranean and specimens collected in the two plans in which it is organized, trace centuries of history. In 1866 a part of the Church of St. Ignatius all'Olivella was designed to contain the Regional Archaeological Museum in Palermo, and it is for this reason that the building has a convent building. Following the bombing of the Second World War, the Regional Archaeological Museum was rebuilt on the original model, retaining its characteristic structure. The Museum's collections trace the illustrious history of this land and its rulers, through a past that quickly becomes present here.
From Piazza Castelnuovo, where there is a tourist information office inside the kiosk Ribaudo, with his back to the Politeama Theatre, we take the left Via Ruggero Settimo, artery of shopping and walking to the citizens of Palermo.
In this section there are many clothing stores, jewelers, household goods, leisure. To learn more about how to use this stretch of road we invite you to read a nice article by Carlo Di Franco on Panormus: "The Living in Palermo."
You can not miss the hundreds of churches in Palermo, in fact on the road overlooking the Church of Saint Lucia.
Of course, the area abounds with branches and "Cash".
If you are driving it is best to park your car in Piazzale Hungary (50 meters from the residence) with access from Via Mariano Stabile, in Via Cavour, or just in front of the theater in Via Sperlinga or behind in Via Volturno useful and ... charge.
To walk the Via Principe di Belmonte pedestrian-only to enjoy a cool drink sitting at the tables of the bar! A beautiful cross of 800 that connects precisely the Via Ruggero Settimo the Via Roma.
Almost half of the trail that crosses the Via Mariano Stabile, Via Ruggero Settimo, form an octagon or square Regalmici: 1778 is when the viceroy Marcantonio Colonna inaugurates this new road that was called Four Corners Country to distinguish them from the Four Corners City of object '"Theater of the Sun." In this open space seems to be projected, albeit with fantasy in one of the many "octagons" of the Eixample district of Barcelona (Spain).
Just before Piazza Verdi in the right Via Magliocco, elegant thoroughfare for pedestrians only and the other crossing "chaotic" the Via Cavour.
So right you can see the immense apparatus of the Teatro Massimo, one of the most important theaters in Europe, the first to acoustics, reopened to the public in 1998 after twenty years of closure for renovation.
At 50 meters wide parking area in Piazzale Hungary.
From 8 to 20, the cost per hour or fraction of an hour is € 1.50
From 20 pm to 8 am the next day, the flat fee is € 1.00 for 12 hours.
Are enabled to pay:
Hungary Hungary coffee Piazzale n. 33
Bar Bistrot Piazzale Hungary n. 40th
Automatic cash 24 hours 24 near the exit in the arcades
Cash AMAT from 20 until the opening of cases referred to in paragraph 2.
Monthly subscription fee € 35.00
The subscription is a simple tariff relief but does not guarantee finding a place to park in the same area.
House rulesPalazzo Tagliavia
|Price for > 1 guests||$ 39 AU per guest/night extra|
|Maximum nights||1 month|
|Check-in after||2 PM|
|Check-in before||On arrangement|
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