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From high-end country houses to unique spa hotels, mountain hideaways to plush city-centre accommodation, Romantik Hotels have around 200 historic and exclusive hotels in ten European countries.
This independent hotel group prides itself on its high quality and impeccable customer service. Blending luxury and charm, these elegant owner-run hotels have a warm atmosphere and picture-perfect settings.
Romantik Hotels tend to be decked out with exquisite antique furniture and sumptuous fabrics, such as Venetian Rubelli textiles. Plush rooms and suites have satellite TV, minibar, safe, hairdryer and WiFi.
Some suites have a private terrace, a hot tub and two bathrooms. And you can also choose to dine at the hotel's stylish restaurant that serves up a tasty choice of regional food or head out to top-notch restaurants nearby.
Romantik also have meeting and conference rooms that can accommodate from 25 to 200 people.
Book a luxurious stay at a Romantik Hotel in Genoa to make the most of the city's famous attractions. For a peaceful stay away from the hustle and bustle of city life, choose to stay in the pretty suburb of Nervi. With beaches and 300 acres of parkland, this late-19th-century resort is just six miles from the city centre.
Enjoy a walk through the peaceful Nervi Park, Genoa's largest green space with three historic villas, rose gardens, palm trees, exotic flowers and ponds. The park's three villas slope towards the sea, where you'll find Nervi's seaside promenade, Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi. Join this coastal walk for gorgeous views over Monte Portofino.
If you want to explore Italy beyond Genoa, Nervi is a great place to base yourself as it's the jumping-off point for excursions to Portofino or Cinque Terre.
Nervi is a short distance from Genoa's historic quarter and the Porto Antico (Old Port), which was dramatically spruced-up by star architect Renzo Piano in 1992. The bustling hub has a great selection of waterfront restaurants, bars and family-friendly attractions, such as the Aquarium of Genoa and the Galata Maritime Museum.