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Butera68 is a fabulously quirky and charming place to stay, but it is more like staying in a friend’s apartment than a hotel. Personally, I love this style of accommodation but it is not for everybody.
When choosing your room do have a good look...More
We stayed for 4 nights in apartment 10 which was pleasant enough and roomy. The aircon worked which was important as it was hot and humid, and it had a fully functioning laundry which was excellent. The place was furnished ok but the so called...More
We stayed in Apartment 12 which is large, light and airy and all you could want in an apartment. The aircon was efficient and altho the windows open onto Via Butera, if you properly close them inside and out at night, there is little street...More
We really wanted to love this place, but we were disappointed with the room and experience overall. The location is amazing, and I’m sure the rest of the rooms and residence are too - but the #4 apartment is not!
It’s large, sure. But it...More
I picked this place because it was in a book, and had a great rating on trip-advisor, I don' get it, seriously.I stayed in Apt 10, which in my entire life, and 55 countries was the worst place I ever stayed. The intern did go...More
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Response from Butera28, Owner at Butera 28Responded 16 August 2018
Dear guest, we would like to thank you for your feedback as here at Butera28 apartments we constantly strive to improve our business on every level and the opinion of our guests are invaluable. Apologies for the confusion regarding the apartments. It is true that...More
Eleven beautifully appointed apartments, with antique furnishings and all modern comforts, are located in an 18th century palazzo facing the wonderful bay of Palermo, in the heart of the Kalsa quarter. The ...Moreapartments are also available for daily rent. The palace was the last home of prince Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, author of The Leopard, and is now the home of his adoptive son, who oversaw its restoration. Less