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Front desk Staff was excellent. Restaurant was great! Room spacious, but phone didn't work and air conditioner was not cooling and noisy at higher fan speeds. They fixed the phone, but it was a warm night!
A very nice hotel which has large rooms and bathrooms breakfast served has variety and plentiful only downside is water pressure in shower is poor
A very good hotel in city centre, close to museums, shops and port area. Well furnished rooms, very good busset breakfast with plenty of choices. Staff were friendly and helpful.
We enjoyed our 4/5 days at the Melia Hotel. We were upgraded to an Executive room at the front of the hotel which was spacious and very clean with a huge bed, well stocked mini bar and surprise, surprise, for a foreign hotel, tea and coffee making facilities. The walk-in rainbow shower was of the ...
If you're travelling to Genoa for work, stay in a business hotel to ensure you have all you need to keep you productive. Think free WiFi, well-equipped meeting rooms and business centres with computers, scanners and fax machines.
Expect your business-hotel room in Genoa to have a desk, minibar, coffee maker and cable television to ensure you have a relaxed and comfortable stay. To help you recharge your batteries between meetings, many of Genoa’s business hotels also have bars, restaurants and fitness centres.
Based in great locations across the city, Genoa's business hotels vary from spa resorts to renowned hotel chains.
Genoa's business hotels are perfectly positioned to help you take advantage of the city’s numerous attractions, most of which are in Porto Antico (Old Port) and the historic quarter. When your business engagements are complete, explore Porto Antico, where you'll be greeted with waterfront restaurants, bars and art galleries, along with some must-see sights.
Don't miss Galata Museum del Mare, the Mediterranean's largest sea museum, which chronicles the city's seafaring history, including a section dedicated to Genoa's most famous navigator, Christopher Columbus. The museum also homes a life-size reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship and a real submarine, the S518 Nazurio Sauro, which you can explore.
Other harbourside sights include its aquarium, one of the largest in Europe with more than 70 tanks housing 800 species of marine life, from sharks to dolphins.
Destress on a stroll along the winding streets of Genoa's Medieval centre, where you'll find Porta Soprana, the city's ancient entry gate, and the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo Cathedral.
The UNESCO-listed Via Garibaldi is Genoa's most famous boulevard with a trio of palaces that have been transformed into art galleries.
If you have time to explore further, Portofino and Cinque Terre are easily reached by car from Genoa.
From glitzy, open-air waterfront restaurants in Porto Antico to historical restaurants in the Medieval quarter, Genoa has no shortage of fine-dining establishments in which to treat yourself and clients.