Villa Lampedusa in Palermo
Villa Lampedusa is an example of splendid place of residence suburban , adhering to the idea of court that tightened around the Chinese casina, summer residence of the king Ferdinand IV of Bourbon.
It really is the villa of the The Leopard, Prince Giulio Fabrizio Maria Tomasi of Lampedusa, XI Duke of Palma - the astronomer Prince Don Fabrizio Corbera in the film adaptation of Luchino Visconti - inspirer of the famous romance that in this aristocratic dwelling he spent long periods, and a source of inspiration for Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa in his famous work "The Leopard".
within the seventeenth-century baglio a resort 14 cozy rooms and suites, furnished with period furniture and large marble bathrooms.
Inside the stables a Convention Center, ideal for business meetings. meetings, fashion shows, shows, ceremonies, gala parties and dinners, cultural events and film sets.
The story of Villa Lampedusa
The current version derives from the classic changes made on the decline of the '700 dai Alliata Principles of Villafranca.
In 1845 it was bought by Giulio Tomasi IV Prince of Lampedusa who set up a astronomical observatory.
Originally, the park of considerable extension housed a frescoed pavilion from Fumagalli in 1784.
Services: reception, wedding location and events in Palermo
Prices for events:
Weddings: € 3000
Company events: € 1.200
Other events: € 500 only in the morning - € 900 full day
Single room price per day: € 70
Double price: € 80
Weekend single room price: (2 nights) € 135 B&B
Single room price per week: € 290 no breakfast