Fans of HBO’s hit show, The White Lotus, can check in to the real-life Sicilian villa used as the hotel’s season two location.
Villa Tasca in Palermo dates from the 1500s, but much of the building’s architecture is late-1800s. Gilded frames hang off walls, and Murano chandeliers and furniture have a baroque flare in keeping with the building’s storied past. Villa Tasca accommodates up to eight guests, and a full-service staff is on hand throughout. In the show, Daphne and Harper spend a spontaneous, yet exciting night in the villa.
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