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Reviewed 1 November 2012

The accomodations were very good and the staff was most pleasant and accomodating. The hotel provides a very comfortable atmosphere that gives a flavor for the various cultures that have inhabitied Sicily over the centuries.
The breakfast was excellent and the dinner was very good and reasonably priced.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Mary B
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Reviewed 19 September 2011

Do not believe everything the brochure tells you or get sucked on by the pretty pictures! This hotel looks great but it is miles from anywhere on a narrow, winding, extremely busy and dangerous road. The view from our room was either of the busy road or of the neighbouring house's garden, which resembled nothing more than a junkyard. On arrival we were informed that the Michelin starred restaurant was closed and that for lunch and dinner we would need to walk down the road to a sister hotel, which also turned out to be where the delightful pool pictured on the website actually is situated. The bed was too hard, the shower too small to bend down and pick up the soap in without opening the door, the sheets appeared to be clean but the bed linen and furnishings as a whole tired and in desperate need of an update. Everything in the minibar was free but then that only consisted of two bottles of water, one of fruit juice and a can of coke, there were no tea and coffee making facilities and nowhere to get a drink from because the bar was also closed.

When we braved the puddles and potholed road in the pouring rain to look for sustenance at the sister hotel we found the hotel equivalent of the Marie Celeste. The bar and restaurants there were either closed or unattended and the only signs of life were a couple of men shifting furniture, who ignored this pair of tired, hungry and increasingly frustrated travellers.

Back in our room, we too were treated to a serenade from the neighbour's Alsatian, although that conveniently drowned out the sound of the traffic and the men shouting to each other at the tops of their voices.

Contrary to a previous review, we passed a dozen or so more conveniently situated hotels as we drove to Monreale to visit the duomo, although who knows, they also may have had their very own vociferous Alsatian, non-existent pools and foodless restaurants!

  • Stayed: September 2011
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8  Thank SamJRich
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Reviewed 18 September 2011

I found this hotel by chance through a travel agent who recommended this fine hotel, i took a taxi from the city centre of Palermo to get to this place i was surprised how far the location is from the city, but i did not regret taking the long distance ride ( about 8 km ) this charming hotel gave me what i wanted " some quality time for myself " the furniture and decoration of the hotel is simply chic, The room was spacious well furnished and the bathroom was very clean. the wellness centre with whirlpool and sauna is the perfect place to relax, the cozy bar is nice to let the evenings drift away, the restaurant serves excellent food. If one gets bored there is a nearby Basilica to visit in the Monreale mountains, on the journey up you could stop at some tiny restaurants to enjoy home made bread,cheese and wine and of course olives marinated in many different brines. Next to the hotel is a Pizzeria which serves giant pizzas and salads and a variety of seafood at reasonable prices.The staff of the hotel is well versed in English.I stayed 5 days at this hotel and did not get tired of it.

Room Tip: Take a room with swimming pool view
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled solo
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4  Thank martinasedu
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Reviewed 16 October 2010

Enjoy Palermo without the noise and traffic - in an historic converted paper mill - just beside Monreale. The Hotel does look impressive and the girl on the desk is helpful but at 9.30 at night we can get nothing to eat or drink not even a cup of coffee. The room is large but rather worn and the beds are very hard. Our friends who arrived earlier had eaten " a very poor rissotto" in the restaurant. They changed rooms because the toilet cistern ran persistantly and noisily. We had a huge vocal alsation under our window and every garden in the "quiet" area had a barking dog taking turns to set each other off, so it was not an undisturbed night. There is a lovely courtyard and the staff we saw were friendly but it did not fulfil its "find" status from the Fromer guide and it was much further from Monreale than it said.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled with friends
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3  Thank OxfordWaxlyrical
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

Very comfy, very relaxing, tastefully furnished, with a great atmosphere to calm down from Palermo´s hectic street life. Staff was absolutely cordial, whenever needed, a helping hand showed up. Even more, from time to time staff had a little something for me - a glass of prosecco, a piece of wedding cake from an ongoing celebration, an appetizer, a very special red wine, ...
It is located close to a little village where you can enjoy culture as well as the inhabitants daily life!
The only pity is that the Baglio Conca d´Oro has no wellness or spa facilities.
Nevertheless, a great place to stay!

  • Stayed: February 2008, travelled solo
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3  Thank SJU_77
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