Grand Palladium Sicilia & Garden Beach Resort & Spa

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Viale Himera 7/8 SS 113 km 204.3 Campofelice di Roccella Palermo 90010


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Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (mountain)
  • View (ocean or water)


  • All inclusive
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi

Getting Here

The hotel is located in Campofelice di Roccella, at 55 km from Palermo city


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking

Distance from airport

  • 43.5 mi. from venue

Grand Palladium Sicilia & Garden Beach Resort & Spa Meeting Space

Total meeting space10,818 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms6
Largest room16,146 sq. ft.
Second largest room2,368 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space753 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms469

Local Attractions

Campofelice di Roccella

5 minutes away
Campofelice di Roccella is on the northern coast of Sicily, between Termini Imerese and Cefalu. Because of its proximity to the sea and a very long beach, it has many amenities for tourists and is a popular summer destination. Among the most significant monuments in Campofelice di Roccella are the Mother Church in the Piazza Garibaldi, and of course the castle. - The Mother Church was built by the Prince of Roccella Don Gaspare La Grutta in the early 18th century and dedicated to “Santa Rosalia", then restored in the mid-19th and late 20th centuries. From the architectural point of view, the Mother Church has a front intersected by pilasters and two bell towers. - Castle of Campofelice di Roccella stands on a rock overlooking in part the sea. Studies have shown that the castle tower, still visible today, dates from the early origins of the castle in the 14th century. Built with materials from western Sicily it consists of a tower and a rectangular building. - Himera, ruined ancient Greek city: In the area around Campofelice di Roccella, towards Bonfornello, you can visit the ruins of Himera, a Greek city destroyed in 409 BC by the Carthaginians. The foundation of the city, according to Diodorus (1st century BC), occurred 240 years before its destruction, in 648 BC.


The hilltop suburb of Monreale, 8km (5 miles) southwest of Palermo, has Sicily’s finest 12th-century Cathedral as well as one of the best medieval mosaic cycles in Europe. Go to the back of the church to see its wonderful russet and brown stone chancel of interlacing arches, Gothic rose windows and Arab windows with pointed arches. In the grandiose interior, the luminous 12th- and 13th-cen­t­ury mosaics of the nave and apse depict the entire cycle of the Old Testament, com­plete with a 20m (66ft) Christ Panto­­crator with saints, while aisle mos­aics narrate miracles of the New Testam­ent. The warm-hued human figures are thought to be the work of Ven­etian mosaicists.The cathedral’s lovely cloisters offer a moment of spiritual meditation along the arcades of delicate carved twin chevron-fluted columns and an almost sensual pleasure among the exotic flowers and trees and Arab fountain of its garden.


Historical landmark
Cefalu is a leading Sicilian seaside resort, about half-way along the northern coast of Sicily, facing the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is one of the most important centres of art, culture and history on the island, and also has daily ferry connections with the Aeolian Islands (although Milazzo is closer to the islands and has more regular ferries), and together these two factors make Cefalu a very popular destination in Sicily.

Egadi Island

The Egadi Archipelago, formed by the islands of Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo and the islets of Formica and Maraone, is an extraordinary synthesis of history and nature. Many terrestrial and underwater archaeological finds, dating back to the Paleolithic era, testify to the permanence of people coming from every corner of the Mediterranean, which have given rise to the history of the Western world This is the largest protected marine area in Europe where large prairies of poseidon, as a large submerged tropical forest, provide a valuable habitat for the reproduction of many species of fish, a great variety of resident and migratory birds, extraordinary cetaceans, Caretta Caretta sea turtles and less sporadically the rare Monk Seal.


Historical landmark
This mountaintop town overlooking the Ionian coast is Sicily's most famous resort, full of restaurants and shops, with beaches nearby. Its historical side is ubiquitous. The Greek amphitheatre, with its famous panoramic view of Mount Etna and the coast, is used for concerts and plays, and medieval walls enclose the old town's stone streets (many closed to traffic). There are several castles, including those in the Castelmola overlooking Taormina.


Syracuse (Siracusa), a Corinthian settlement founded in 734BC, was once a rival to Athens. Today, it is an elegant, cultured town, benefiting from restoration work under the aegis of Unesco. The excellent Museo Archeologico Paolo Orsi offers an overview of the earlier cultures of the island. The principal excavated site, the Zona Archeologica, sits on the northwest corner of the modern city. A classical drama festival is held in May and June in the 5th-century bc Greek theatre.

Mount Etna

This iconic symbol of Sicily is one of Italy’s three active volcanoes. The imposing mountain was once thought to be the home of Cyclops by the ancient Greeks. Take the approach up the mountain through very barren lava fields and at the top, you will find souvenir shops and trucks selling honey with free samples. Find a deep crater where the kids can slide or if you are visiting in the winter months, you can ski down the slopes.

Sicilian desserts

One of Sicily’s best-kept secrets is its cuisine. Only a few Sicilian dishes, like the sweet-and-sour aubergine side-dish known as caponata or the ricotta-filled cannoli, have crossed the Straits of Messina to find fame and fortune abroad. Here are some classic Sicilian desserts: Cannoli: crunchy, rich, ricotta-filled sweet pastries studded with candied fruit and chocolate. Cassata: dessert made from sweetened ricotta, candied fruit, almond paste and sponge cake. Gelati: Sicilians lay claim to having invented ice cream and make some of the best. Granita: sorbet made with fresh fruit or coffee and often served with a brioche for breakfast or any time of day. Frutta alla Martorana: invented by nuns, with marzipan moulded into convincing recreations of fresh fruit.


Grand Palladium Sicilia and Garden Beach Resort & Spa creates a magical environment for groups to enjoy unforgettable moments. Offering two recently renovated 5-star hotels by the beach, 469 rooms, it features excellent services and facilities for guests to experience the true essence of la bella vita! Its locations are tailored to the needs of each client: professional meetings, conferences, incentive trips, gala dinners and all kinds of corporate events. We offer multipurpose meeting rooms, equipped with the latest technology, to make your event a success. We offer all inclusive rates. Our team of professionals will provide you with personalized attention and will translate your needs into an unforgettable professional meeting. Restaurants, swimming pools, open-air bars…. Let yourself be advised and toast to the success of your meeting. UNIQUE LOCATION • 10 hectare (24.7 acre) resort made up of two hotels: Grand Palladium Garden Beach Resort & Spa and Grand Palladium Sicilia Resort & Spa. • Situated on the northern coast of Sicily in Campofelice di Roccella, a municipality of Palermo and popular holiday destination. • Direct access to one of the longest beaches on the northern coast. • Sicily is known for its dramatic landscapes marked by towering mountains and volcanoes that meet the crystalline sea, including the famous Mount Etna. • About 45 km/28 miles (50 minutes) from Palermo and 70 km/43 miles from its airport. Only 15 km/9 miles (25 minutes) from Cefalù, a stunning seaside town with medieval architecture and a long sandy beach. • Warm and temperate yearly climate, with an average yearly temperature of 17.8ºC /64ºF. • Within a close proximity to many historic sites and ancient ruins, including the Castle of Campofelice di Roccella, the Greek ruins of Himera, the Temple of Victory and the Mother Church in the Piazza Garibaldi. • Perfect base to explore the island, including Palermo, its capital, picturesque countryside villages, the volcanic Aeolian Island archipelago and endless artistic, architectural and archaeological phenomena. DINING & BARS With our Dine Around program, guests will have the opportunity to taste all the delicious dishes offered at our 3 à la carte restaurants, 1 international restaurant with show-cooking, Sicania, and our 4 bars. • Portofino: à la carte Italian restaurant by the beach with artisan pizza, pasta and other classic dishes. • El Dorado: a savory steakhouse offering the best grilled cuts. • Chang Thai: sweet, salty, spicy, and tangy, all combined in the most sophisticated gastronomy of South East Asia. Serving the Garden breakfast in the morning. • 4 bars including Sicilia lobby bar, two Shake it! pool bars and Xtra Time Sports Bar, where you can watch your favorite sports team while grabbing a burger and a beer 24-hours a day.


High season
Jul 1 – Sep 15
Shoulder season
Low season
Apr 1 – May 15
Oct 1 – Oct 31

Cancellation Policy

varies depending on each group

Additional Information

Dear Client Thank you for thinking of Grand Palladium Sicilia Resort and Spa for this group. I am very pleased to send you our best proposal in all inclusive basis, hoping that it will be of your interest. The proposal is valid ten days from now with no block of spaces and subjected to the extra services quoted. All inclusive board starts with the dinner of the arrival day and stops with the breakfast of the departure day. Please note that all our rates include the VAT (10% rooms & F&B, 22% Meeting rooms) Rates in the quotation are gross of the commission offered: 10% on accomodations and 5% on extra F&B services will be paid at the end of event by commission invoice. I remain at your complete disposal. best regards