Dedicated to the Santuzza who in 1625 freed the city from the plague, and became the Patron Saint of Palermo. The room celebrates traditional festivals and folklore. The handcrafted ceramics with their typical Sicilian designs, the lace curtains add a Baroque touch, the wrought iron and characteristic colours of the Sicilian carts enable you to sink into Sicilianess, inspiring you to seek out one of the richest cultures in the Mediterranean. Rosalia is the perfect room for culture loving travellers, for dreamers per excellence, with their eyes perennially raised towards the sky. Yellow is for those who want to absorb the warmth of Sicily, as well as, its customs and beliefs. For this reason, there is no better way to start the day than by taking in the, so called, Theatre of the Sun, the crossroads also known as I Quattro Canti.
One more reason for choosing Rosalia: it’s silence.
Suggested itinerary: Goethe defined Monte Pellegrino as “the most beautiful headland in the world”, and it is an integral part of the origin of the cult of Santa Rosalia. The path, memorable from both a spiritual point of view, as well as, for its natural beauty, leads up to the sanctuary where you can find the suggestive cave. From here it is possible to continue on to the Belvedere from where you can enjoy a spectacular view out over the city. To conclude, a walk along the seashore down at Mondello, much loved for its beautiful beach and elegant liberty style villas, you shouldn’t miss out on trying a dish of fresh sea urchins and boiled octopus.
The itineraries can be taken in the company of a qualified tourist guide.
It is necessary to book this service when making your reservation, do not hesitate asking for further information.