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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.
Convenient location to walk to most of the places of interest in Genoa. Breakfasts are good value with a good range of food for €3 per person. The bathroom is very very small with the toilet behind the door and only one person can use the space at a one time- a problem when travelling and wanting ...
All in all, my experience with this hotel was positive. The best thing here is the location. The owners were nice to me. The room was big enough, clean enough and pretty comfortable. The weakest point of this place is the facilities. The shower cabin is very small and during my stay there were some ...
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.
The hotel is in a prime location being both close to the station,the shops and major tourist attractions. The hotel offered a good breakfast buffet. The room was pleasant and had a good clean bathroom. It was quiet at night so you had a good nights sleep. All staff were pleasant and helpful.
If you're travelling to Genoa with your pet, book a room at a pet-friendly hotel. You can expect a warm welcome for you and your four-legged friend with many of Genoa’s pet-friendly accommodation even offering water bowls, treats and leads.
Hotel staff should also be able to suggest pet-friendly restaurants and attractions in the city. From pocket-friendly B&Bs to luxury spa resorts, chain hotels to historic boutique properties, there is pet-friendly accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets in Genoa.
If you're bringing a dog to Genoa, enjoy a leisurely hike on the Cinque Terre Trail System, a short drive or train ride away. Follow the trail through a series of small villages, including Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore and Monterosso al Mare. As well as providing exercise for you and your pooch, the trails have spectacular views.
Dogs are welcome at several beaches in and around Genoa, including Bagni Capo Marina, where your pup will be pampered with baskets and drinking water. Dogs are allowed in the sea and there's also a swimming pool for them, too.
Dogs are also allowed in the sea at L'Oasi per Cani, near Chiavari, where drinking water is available. In Vesima, there's a pebble beach with drinking water and poop bags.
Most of Genoa's major attractions are within striking distance of one another, so it's easy to explore the city on foot. Enjoy a stroll around the narrow winding alleyways of Genoa’s sprawling historic quarter – a UNESCO Heritage Site - where you'll find convivial bars, restaurants, antique shops and bakeries.
Keep your eyes peeled for major landmarks, such as La Lanterna lighthouse and the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo cathedral. At Genoa’s heart is the main square, Piazza De Ferrari, famous for its bronze fountain and surrounded by opulent buildings.
From the historic quarter, walk down to the revamped Porto Antico (Old Port), home to the Aquarium of Genoa, the Bigo Lift, a panoramic elevator, and the Galata Museum del Mare, before heading back for a rest at your pet-friendly hotel in Genoa city centre.