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Great location. Very quick from the main train station. Easy walk to all the main sites. Room and bathroom very spacious. Loved to balcony and the door opens!!!!!
Charming old world hotel with one of the largest rooms I have ever stayed in Italy. Although I had two excellent dinners in the hotel restaurant, I wasn't overwhelmed with their bkfst buffet.
This hotel is extremely clean, modern and quiet. Very comfortable for our needs, it is far from the city center but was perfect for our needs which was to rest, clean up and prepare for an early morning flight.
Location just up some stairs from the main train station is excellent. Breakfast was just ok but priced accordingly. Good basic accommodation in an older and somewhat rundown property but if on a budget does the trick.
Everything was good about this hotel. The location was the best of the main hotels in Genoa - a residential area not far from the centre (a 10 minute walk), with good nearby restaurants and a shortish walk to the Corso Italia and beautiful views over the sea. The rooms were very comfortable and all ...
We initially booked into the Hotel Continental in Genova and were pleased when we arrived by train, that it was little more than a 100 metre walk from the station. On check in, we were advised that we were being upgraded to the Grand Hotel Savoia [next door]. The doorman from the Grand Savoia [interconnected] ...
Stay in one of Genoa’s luxury hotels and treat yourself to top-notch service and plush rooms. Many of Genoa’s luxury hotels have first-class indulgent spas, stylish bars and fine-dining restaurants.
You can also enjoy in-room massages, rain showers, an evening turndown service and a docking station. With something for everyone, luxury accommodation in Genoa varies from spa resorts to historic properties.
Take advantage of your hotel's fabulous location by exploring Genoa's top sightseeing spots. The port area, Porto Antico, is the place to go for upmarket bars, gelato shops and waterfront restaurants.
While you’re at the old port, make sure you visit Italy's biggest aquarium, with shark, dolphin and turtle tanks. Learn about Genoa's seafaring history at maritime museum, Galata Museum del Mare, where stand-out exhibits include a reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship and a real submarine, as well as a huge section dedicated to Genoa-born navigator Christopher Columbus.
Soak up sweeping views of the city and harbour from star architect Renzo Piano’s Bigo Lift, a panoramic elevator that will lift you high above the port. And if you're in the historic quarter, visit Palazzo Rosso's rooftop terrace for a glass of prosecco and fabulous views over Genoa’s old buildings.
Enjoy a dose of culture at the palaces that line UNESCO-listed boulevard, Via Garibaldi. See paintings by Rubens and Caravaggio at Palazzo Bianco, and see one of Paganini's violins at Palazzo Tursi.
Ask your luxury hotel to arrange seats at the Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa’s main opera house, which also has ballet and contemporary performances during the season.
If you love designer labels, head to to Via Roma, where you can splash the cash on Louis Vuitton, Mario Forni and Ferragamo. Enjoy a meander in the designer boutiques, high-street fashion labels and huge number of shoe shops on Via XX Settembre. And don't miss upscale Italian department store, La Rinascenete, before making your way back for a relaxing evening at your luxury hotel in Genoa.