The Excelsior Palace Hotel is located in the promontory of the city of Taormina immersed in a spectacular natural scenery. The Hotel has elegant rooms furnished with a refined and refined design, equipped with every comfort and splendid views of the sea or Mount Etna. The lush garden, the meeting room and the magnificent dining room where you can taste the Sicilian gastronomic specialties make it an ideal location to host receptions, meetings and special events making them unforgettable.
Excelsior Palace Hotel History
More than a hundred years ago, the 4-star Excelsior Palace Hotel is a Moorish-style building located in the center of Taormina's promontory, in an idyllic setting made of natural and historical beauties.
This historic hotel was born at the dawn of the Taormian tourist activity, in 1904, and since then continues to welcome its guests with its warm and genuine hospitality. The 85 rooms of the hotel are spacious, quiet and furnished according to the principles of bio-architecture, with classic-style furniture to combine with the modern comforts required by today's traveler. The privileged position of the Excelsior Palace gives the rooms breathtaking views, whether on the Etna or Ionian seascape.
Outside continue the pleasant moments in the park, where a panoramic swimming pool emerges between palm and carob paths and Mediterranean essences, giving the feeling of living in a place out of time.
The breakfast buffet includes pastries, fresh fruit, eggs and coffee while the restaurant, specializing in local specialties and international dishes, will give a special flavor to any convivial appointment or business lunch, perhaps ending with one of the delicious desserts in home. There is also a well-stocked wine list, with the best ethneal, Sicilian and national labels.
A perfect location to host meetings and meetings, thanks to the well-equipped "Etnea" room, which can host up to 100 participants and the catering service provided by the restaurant, guaranteeing excellence for every business lunch, cocktail, coffee break or tea time.