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We arrived at the Hotel at 10pm after a journey that should have taken less than six hours took 13 hrs due an autostrada closure due to an accident and consequential heavy traffic on the other roads. Although we had printed the directions to the hotel, and also had the GPS data, we did find it very ...
Wanted a hotel close to the railway station and this one is just 2 minutes away. Hotel room is very spacious and clean. There are lots of closets. Breakfast area is spacious and good. Visited coastal villages by train so it was very convinient. Lots of good eating places within a couple of minutes. ...
Wonderful location In historic zone but ne d to know that cabs can't reach the location of the hotel. A manageable walk is required. It's worth it!! Genoa is a delight that US tour books. --including Rick Steves--ignore
Great location within walking distance of train station. Breakfast is worth the 5 Euros. Strong fan made up for lack of air conditioning. Only real drawback was having to haul luggage up to room.
If you want a three-star hotel in Genoa you’re in luck because the lively Italian city has a wide range of mid-range three-star accommodation that is easy on the pocket, including boutique hotels, historic places to stay, well-known chain hotels, family-friendly guesthouses and charming B&Bs. Many of Genoa's three-star hotels are centrally located, near to the city's must-see Old Port and historic quarter.
Genoa is a walkable city with most of its major sights and attractions within strolling distance of one another. And for those further to reach spots, Genoa has an excellent public transport system, with an extensive network of buses, underground trains, funiculars and lifts.
Begin by exploring this vibrant port town from Porto Antico, the lively Old Port, which was given a serious makeover in 1992 by local star architect Renzo Piano. Enjoy a stroll along the waterfront, passing the multi-million pound yachts that are docked here.
Porto Antico is where you'll find many of Genoa’s family-friendly attractions, including the Aquarium of Genoa, the maritime museum, the Galata Maritime Museum and the panoramic elevator, the Bigo Lift.
Lining harbour, you'll also find a string of al fresco restaurants and cafes, the perfect spot for lunch while soaking up a view of the ocean.
Next, head up to Genoa's UNESCO-listed historic centre, where winding alleyways are a treasure-trove of palaces, churches, cosy bars, restaurants and cafes. Make sure you take in Via Garibaldi, the grand boulevard that is home to the Musei di Strada Nuova (museums of Strada Nuova), which encompasses three neighbouring palaces: Palazzo Tursi, Palazzo Bianco and Palazzo Rosso. The opulent palaces are now public art galleries filled with works by major painters: think Caravaggio, Titian and Van Dyck.
If you’re a shopaholic, make a beeline for Via XX Settembre, a wide boulevard where shops include a mix of high-street fashion and designer brands. Nearby Via Vernazza will tempt you with its department store, Rinascene, and the city's famous food market, Mercato Orientale.
Genoa has many three-star hotels and mid-range places to stay for some good-value exploring.