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We have a range of budget places to stay in Trapani from as low as £10 per night
Based on previous Trapani accommodation searches, the average starting price is £35
Want to splurge? At the top end in Trapani, we have 23 places to stay with prices starting at £52
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Trapani is £35 per night.
Via Livio Bassi, 196 TrapaniExcellent 94%
Via Nunzio Nasi 103Outstanding 98%
Rhubarb23 This was a really lovely place, a perfect apartment as a base for a summer holiday. We were sad that we were only passing through and staying one night. The value was great for what you got, a really big apartment with a nice kitchen. Everything was very clean. It even had a washing machine and air-conditioning (which seems to be not as frequent in Sicily, but definitely a good thing to have when it is summer). The owners are extremely nice people, very friendly and so helpful. They waited for us outside the front door and their daughter was nice enough to take us on a walk to find an ATM as well as pointing out some nice restaurants to eat at. The location is fantastic, straight off the main street of the old part of town with heaps of yummy restaurants nearby. Next time I visit Trapani I will stay for a week!
Via Conte A. Pepoli n.80Excellent 92%
Via Francesco Crispi 4 (Piazza Vittorio Emanuele)Great 80%
via Francesco Crispi 14Outstanding 98%
Via G. Rubino 4 ang. Piazzale IlioGreat 80%
SP/21 Enrico Rinaldo, 165 Marausa (TP)Great 80%
beatrizfer Villa Speranza is a dream place, with lovely gardens and a restaurant in this tiny village, which makes it easier for the traveller. The service is good, the food too, the rooms are big and clean. The only negative thing is that it´s difficult to get there from the airport if you don´t have a car (you need a bus to Trapani and another one from there to the hotel).
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