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Stylish hideaway in the centro storico next door to the splendid Palazzo Spinola. Knowledgeable host Emi gave great advice about where to visit in Genoa and along the coast. My room was quiet and comfortable. The breakfast was delicious. Could not recommend the quarto piano highly enough. Will be ...
Hotel location is excellent. Close to the Principe train station (one ride on Bus #3) where you can take a train to go to places in Italy. It's also about 15 minutes to the airport.
Very nice hotel, room was perfect! Nice size room, small efficiently unit. The view in this old city was wonderful. The old building unique.
The hotel and location were fabulous, sadly we couldn't enjoy the sea air and sound of waves as you had to keep windows tightly closed due to a noisy street running between the hotel and the beach. This is a problem in most of the Italian and French Riviera - it's almost impossible to find a hotel ...
Genoa is a great place to base yourself if you're up for sightseeing and adventure sports. There is an impressive range of adventure-sport hotels to suit all budgets in Genoa and nearby in Arenzano.
Stay in an adventure-sport hotel to be within easy reach of the area's surf beaches, mountains and golf courses. Find a family-friendly hotel just paces away from the beach or book a spa hotel overlooking Genoa's bustling harbour.
Get your heart pumping in the seaside town of Arenzano, a haven for sporting enthusiasts. At Arenzano's picture-perfect beaches, you can enjoy boating, sailing, scuba diving and snorkelling. Away from the water, there are several golf courses and tennis courts. Arenzano is also close to the mountains, where you can go hiking and mountain biking.
There are more water-sport adventures just a few miles from Genoa city centre in Voltri, a popular windsurfing and kitesurfing spot.
And in Genoa itself, you can explore the city by bicycle or Segway, both of which are widely available to rent. Much of the city's historic quarter is made up of narrow winding alleyways inaccessible by car, so cycling is a good option if you'd prefer not to walk.
Once you've had your fill of action-packed activities, make a beeline for some of Genoa's star attractions. Porto Antico is home to the aquarium, the maritime museum and the Bigo Lift, a panoramic elevator. Porto Antico is also the place to go for open-air fine-dining restaurants, bars, gelato shops and art galleries.
For a dose of culture, head to Genoa’s UNESCO-listed historic centre, where you'll find a hive of bakeries serving delicious focaccia bread, cosy bars and restaurants, and antique shops.
Don't miss Via Garibaldi, a street of plush Renaissance palaces that are now art galleries. Palazzo Bianco, Palazzo Rosso and Palazzo Tursi are full of works by major painters, from Caravaggio and Van Dyck and are a great place to relax after a day of adventures.