Palermo Hotels with Free Breakfast
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- Piazza Ruggero Settimo
- Teatro Massimo
- Politeama Garibaldi Theater
- Cathedral of Palermo
- Piazza Marina
- Quattro Canti
- Ballaro Market
- Renzo Barbera Stadium
- Palace of the Normans
- Vucciria Market
- Piazza della Kalsa
- Palermo City Hall
- Villa Giulia
- Santa Maria dello Spasimo Church
- Palazzo della Cuba
- Palermo Botanical Garden
- Stanze al Genio Museum
- Regional Gallery
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Hotels in Palermo with Free Breakfast
Here's a quick overview of what our verified guests have rated as the best free breakfast hotels for:
- Cleanliness: Alma Hotel
- Service: Alma Hotel
- Comfort: B&B Gallidoro Maqueda 124 st
- Condition: B&B Gallidoro Maqueda 124 st
Most hotels offer traditional breakfast staples like eggs, bacon, and waffles. For budget hotels, expect quick grab-and-go items like muffins, pastries, and fruit. If you are lodging at a mid-range hotel, hot breakfast buffets are common. Most luxury hotels do not offer free breakfast and instead opt for traditional made-to-order fare or room service.
Free breakfast hotels in Palermo are also a great option for those who value convenience. Grab a bite to eat after your morning routine without the hassle of trying to find a breakfast diner near your hotel. Those crunched for time will appreciate a breakfast that is both free and quick instead of having to deal with the time commitment of traditional dining.
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