With its refined rooms and prestigious suites - the result of perfect symbiosis between the elegance of the furnishings, the golden decoration...
The Hotel is named after the famous german composer Richard Wagner who lived in the namesake street with his family between 1881 and 1882. Already, from the sumptuous shiny marble steps at the entrance, the hotel exudes an aura from another era, where crafted wroughtiron goes splendidly together with the warmth of the timber and with the precious golden decorations. The lighting shines in the halls of the lobbywhich is dominated - among the crafted windows- by the majestic chandelier which was used in the well-known “great ball scene” of “Il Gattopardo”, celebrated movie directed by Luchino Visconti. The interior of the hotel is ornately decorated with old paintings, carpets, rare marbles, columns, hand-made windows and a rare antique fireplace.Next to the Hall is the elegant American Bar, where you can relax sipping one of our barman’s specialities and listening to pleasant music.
Wonderful Hotel, great amenities and wonderful breakfast only a few blocks from the Grand Opera House and the old city plus the markets and monuments. World class wonderful ambience and great old world charm.
The minute we got to the hotel we felt pretty much home, we had a sweet lovely receptionist, she was definitely extra mile person, she was very professional at the same time friendly, i admire her way running business. So the first impression was fantastic, so the hotel, very classic and clean, reasonable price and well located, it's going to be my home when I'm in beautiful Palermo.
The location is convenient and central. The rooms are spacious and clean. The breakfast is elaborate.