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Butera 28 is one of the most beautiful places we have stayed and it is a perfect location from which to explore the historic city of Palermo. We stayed in apartment 13 which was decorated in an authentic Italian style, blue and white tiles and...More
Spacious, attractive, clean and well-equipped 2 bedroom apartment in a historic palazzo. Do be aware that unlike a hotel, the building is not staffed 24/7, although someone is always available by phone or email to answer questions. If you stay here, be sure to visit...More
We have just come back for a wonderful stay at Butera 28. The apartment was large and comfortable. It was well equipped and extremely comfortable. It is located very centrally near the sea front and an easy walk around the city. The cooking class was...More
Stayed 3 nights in one of the larger apartments to accommodate my family of 5. Check in process, cleanliness of rooms and location made this a great option for Palermo. But the highlight without a doubt was the cooking class with our gracious hostess Nicoletta....More
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
Date of stay: September 2018
Response from Butera28, Owner at Butera 28Responded 27 September 2018
Dear Guest, Thank you so much for your great review. It was a real pleasure having you here at Butera 28 Apartments. It is true, our apartments are not for everybody and it makes us very happy when our guests understand the true essence of...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