A Fabled 19th Century Palazzo

Discover history, majesty and serenity at Villa Igiea: a turn-of-the-century palazzo at the perimeter of vivid Palermo, the foot of Mount Pellegrino and the Gulf of Palermo. A long-loved seaside-meets-city sanctuary for royalty, dignitaries and Hollywood luminaries, trace their paths through tiered villa gardens that sweep down to the port and out to the Tyrrhenian Sea; on excursions to Palermo’s bustling markets, Baroque palaces and ancient sites, or yacht trips along its picturesque coast; and through Villa Igiea’s Italian restaurants, atmospheric bars and palatial Art Nouveau interior, revitalised as a Rocco Forte hotel.

COVID-19 Notice

ACCESS TO HOTELS AND OUTDOOR FOOD SERVICES Effective April 1, access to outdoor hotels and food services will be allowed without certification. ACCESS TO INDOOR RESTAURANTS AND BARS From April 1 to 30, a basic green pass will be required to access indoor food and beverage facilities, the same rule applies also to external guests if entering hotels indoor restaurants that are open to the public. In order to standardize Italian rules with those of other European countries, foreign tourists will be able to eat in indoor bars and restaurants by showing a negative antigenic (valid 48 hours) and molecular swab (valid 72 hours). ACCESS TO WELLNESS CENTERS / CONFERENCES / CONVENTIONS From April 1 to 30 it is still required to display the enhanced green pass for access to indoor wellness facilities, conferences, and convention centers. For further information we suggest to visit www.viaggiaresicuri.it