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My wife and I used Genoa as our base and took several day trips. The Best Western has a good location and a helpful, freindly staff.
Best Western Hotel Porto Antico£77Best Western Hotel Porto Antico£77
A good old fashioned family run hotel, in an ideal location for ease of access to restaurants, shopping and the beach
Best western plus city hotel was excellent. Location perfect for city centre and close to airport bus stop too
Best Western Plus City Hotel£75Best Western Plus City Hotel£75
We received upgrade room and welcome sweet, it was pleasant to stay. The location is great, and easy walking around. Parking for 20eur. Definitely we will suggest to my family and friends.
560 year old building, modern renovation (ac and bathrooms in most rooms) no lift but family helped carry bags up 3 flights and without luggage flights not a problem In the medieval district , this is what we traveled to Italy to experience. Hilton’s are the same all over the world. Lovely breakfast ...
Everything worked good. Clean and comfortable. Staff very helpful for menu selection. I needed parking and it was small. I found a spot after 2 attempts but feel lucky as there are only about 20-30 places for entire hotel! For the price this hotel was a great choice.
I stayed just overnight to catch a plane. It was within walking distance, 20-30 minutes to several sights and restaurants. Walked about a block to hail a taxi. Don't know about breakfast as we left about 5:30 AM. Twin beds were quite narrow so they would not be very comfortable for a larger person. ...
Very average hotel with a very nice location. Room was small but bed was comfortable. Lacks soundproofing as we could hear the people in the next room talking. Elevator is very small and can only fit two people at a time. Hotel staff were very nice and helpful.
I spent one glorious night at this sumptuous, well-appointed hotel. If old world opulence is what you're looking for, this is the place. It has a beautifully decorated lobby, excellent bar and restaurant, friendly and helpful staff, and the rooms are extremely comfortable. I would definitely stay ...
Grand Hotel Savoia£102Grand Hotel Savoia£102
If you're travelling to Genoa with children, book a room at a family-friendly hotel, where you can enjoy soundproofed family rooms, babysitting services and cots. High-end family hotels even have kids’ clubs, swimming pools for children and bicycle hire.
Whatever your budget and taste, you'll find child-friendly accommodation in Genoa to suit your family’s needs. From apartments and guesthouses to chain hotels and upmarket spa resorts, Genoa has a huge range of family-friendly places to stay.
Many of Genoa's family-friendly attractions are around Porto Antico – the old port. Here, you'll find the Galata Maritime Museum, the Mediterranean's largest seafaring museum, with four floors of interactive exhibits.
Kids will love the reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship, complete with sound and light effects. Don a hard hat and take a peek inside a real submarine, the S518 Nazurio Sauro, which is moored in the port. There’s also a fascinating section dedicated to the Genoa-born navigator Christopher Columbus, who discovered America.
Another nautical-themed attraction is the Neptune, a replica of a 17th-century Spanish galleon that was built for Roman Polanski's film Pirates and you can now explore for a small fee.
Popular with children of all ages is the Aquarium of Genoa, the largest aquarium in Italy and the second largest in Europe. On display are more than 500 different species of marine life across 71 floor-to-ceiling tanks. Among the creatures here are sharks, dolphins, seals, penguins, reptiles and manatees. Make sure you’re able to check out the daily dolphin and seal shows.
Take a ride up the Bigo Lift, a panoramic elevator that offers fabulous views of the harbour and Genoa's historic quarter.
The old port is also home to gelato shops, waterfront restaurants and friendly cafes, all of which happily welcome families.
If you are visiting Genoa with older children, hire bicycles or Segways to explore the city with ease. See the city from the water by enjoying a sightseeing boat trip, or join a whale-watching trip, which also depart from the old port before heading back to your family-friendly hotel for a good sleep before the next exciting day.