In the heart of the most exuberant Palermo, an elegant liberty residence is converted to a hotel. Hotel Joli is a true jewel as far as hospitality is concerned, where rooms adorned with frescoes and the finest decor as well as the most modern services and comfort, provide the traveler the most delightful of stays.
Hotel Joli of Palermo is a 3-star hotel that was completely refurbished in 2003 to showcase the elegant structure dating from the beginning of the 1900s complete with the services and comforts needed either for tourist holidays or for business trips. The care and distinction that sets Hotel Joli apart are evident as soon as you arrive at its entrance consisting of an original iron and glass canopy in typical Liberty style; just as elegant are the reception area that holds original paintings depicting mythological themes and the very spacious hall and bar decorated in warm woods and precious marbles.
These refinements continue on in the inlaid floors of the reading and TV room and throughout the soft atmosphere of the breakfast room with frescoed ceilings where the continental style breakfast, plentiful of fresh fruit and traditional Sicilian sweets, is served every morning. Hotel Joli boasts a large terrace overlooking the gardens of the beautiful Piazza Ignazio Florio, ideal for Clients that are looking for a rejuvenating rest or a period of study and reflection. Next to the hotel, and available to Guests, there is a private parking lot for an established cost. Staff at Hotel Joli will be delighted to welcome you by providing a very personalized and careful service so that you may feel comfortable in a pleasant and family-oriented environment.
Hotel Joli, located in the heart of Palermo, is easily accessed from the train station , from the port, the airport and the motorways. Indeed, it is located at the corner of Piazza Ignazio Florio, only a few steps from the city's most important cultural, tourism and commercial points of interest. Hotel Joli is found in the middle of Palermo Liberty, where ever since the mid 1800s all the way to the first decades of the 1900s, and thanks to economic and cultural revival, great theatres, public gardens, music stages, kiosks, etc. were built as well as new elegant neighborhoods along Via Libertà and Via Notarbartolo.