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Best Western Hotel Porto Antico£79Best Western Hotel Porto Antico£79
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With thousands of mid-range hotels in more than 100 countries, the Best Western portfolio runs from budget accommodation to swish boutique hotels. Whether you're a business traveller, a family or a couple, Best Western has a hotel to meet your needs. With decades of hospitality experience under its belt, you can be sure of a comfortable stay when you book a room at a Best Western Hotel in Genoa.
Genoa has a string of three- and four-star Best Western hotels in top locations across the city. Look forward to bars, restaurants, TV lounge areas, fitness centres, and, if you need them, business centres. If you want to bring your pet with you, many Best Western hotels welcome dogs, cats, birds and other small animals.
Stylish and contemporary rooms with all the mod cons come as standard. And some top-price rooms are even decked out with as PlayStations, separate living areas and whirlpool tubs.
All of Genoa's Best Western hotels are within walking distance of the city's major attractions. Several hotels have a prime location in Porto Antico, which was dramatically spruced-up by star-architect Renzo Piano (who designed The Shard) in 1992.
The harbour is loaded with family-friendly attractions, including Italy's largest aquarium. The Aquarium of Genoa has more than 500 species of marine life, including sharks, dolphins, seals, penguins, manatees and reptiles. Also in the port area is the Galata Maritime Museum, worth exploring for its life-sized reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship and real submarine. If you need to refuel, check out the harbour’s plenty of bars, waterfront restaurants and gelato shops.
Moments from Porto Antico is Genoa's lively historic quarter, where you'll find a maze of narrow alleyways lined with taverns, cafes, shops, art galleries and bakeries selling delicious focaccia bread. Must-see sights here include La Lanterna lighthouse, the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo cathedral, and the city's main square, Piazza De Ferrari.