Very central location and great value overall. Fab staff, very helpful and accommodating, even with late night arrivals.
The room was huge, it had a private entrance and separate bathroom with full wardrobe. Only con was thy the mAttress was a bit lumpy, but I still slept well. Lovely courtyard and ok breakfast too.
A beautiful structure, even central yet quiet. Quality services. Rich breakfast. Terrace accessible from the guests to …More
Hotel Joili is a quaint and lovely hotel. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Able to walk to attractions and great restaurants especially Giada Rest. one block over with excellent food. Breakfast at hotel was wonderful with typical Italian sweets, cereal, ham. salami, cheeses, canned fruit, juices and a wonderful coffee barista . Breakfast staff were all smiles and served coffee to your table.
We had a room with a balcony as requested for 5 nights (booked through Expedia) and no surprise fees when we departed.
5 day stay with clean towels everyday (not unusual for Italy hotels not to change sheets daily, but you will get any service if requested!
Would definitely stay again and have already suggested hotel to others. Many people from around the world were staying at Hotel Joli at the same time. A real treat to meet them all. Reasonable price for October.
Jazz from New Jersey
Liberty style hotel situated in Palermo centre, 500 metres from markets and museums, and two kilometres from the …More
The receptionist spoke good english and gave us last available room ( I made a mistake in date's when booking for Easter Sunday! ). Not a single fault I'd say with the hotel, room or the location. In few minutes walk from hotel you can catch the bus/train to the airport - convenient!
I'd recommend for a stay definitely.
The hotel is clean but they did not change the towels we used even though they have a sticker indicating that if you leave it in the floor it will be changed they just took it and didn't replace ,the Wifi didn't work ,and the breakfast buffet not enough food was offered in relation to the number of customers present and you feel monitored if you go for seconds the ratio was 1 croissant to 4 customers and 1 toast to 3 customers . However, I would recommend, because it is clean and close to town.
We stayed at Casena dei Colli on the final evening of our driving tour through Sicily and chose this hotel based on its location outside of Palermo that was fairly close to the airport. It has a parking lot for about 25 cars, although you may find this gets filled up if there are a lot of guests or people visiting the attached restaurant.
We were put in a room in a block of hotel-apartments that were branded "Stanze Baronali" and it looks like they are rebranding part of the complex under this new name that isn't yet fully "online" (at the time of visiting/writing this review). This block contains the newer rooms; ours had a beautiful rain shower in the bathroom, modern interior, brightly lit room, contactless key card for entry, powerful air conditioning, and balcony that faces the interior/complex garden.
It's five-star for Casena dei Colli but it may be the case that it's actually for Stanze Baronali (when this brand finally launches!).
Excellent location close to restaurants, shops and just off historical district on a pedestrian street. Well kept hotel. We were in the residence , the older section. We had a large efficiency unit- clean but not renovated. We could not use the kitchen because we had taken the "room only " price - Still very good for the what we paid in Palermo.
Everything about the hotel was first class, quiet air conditioned rooms, great location, good breakfast, valet parking, helpful staff friendly service.
Four of us, two couples, stayed 4 nights in September 2014 and this was our first stop on a trip around Sicily. Palermo is an amazing city, like an Italy on steroids, everything, the good and the bad, amplified. We enjoyed all of it, the people, the traffic, the markets, the historic old buildings and the food.
Palermo was safe and we had nothing but positive experiences. We want to go back!