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Family-friendly hotel next to Genoa ferry and cruise terminals, with free WiFi Holiday Inn® Genoa City hotel stands in front of Genoa's ferry and cruise quay terminals. Dinegro Metro Station is a five-minute walk away. The hotel, close to the motorway, is on the main road leading to the city centre, only 1.5 km away. Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport (GOA) is 6 km away. The hotel's four meeting rooms can host events for up to 160 people. The hotel, 10 minutes by car from the Magazzini del Cotone – Porto Antico di Genova conference centre. The city attractions are easily accessible by metro. Admire frescos at the Romanesque Genoa Cathedral, marvel at 16th-century mansions as you stroll along the UNESCO-listed Via Garibaldi and discover an incredible underwater world at the quayside Aquarium of Genoa. At this hotel you can enjoy: - Free Wi-Fi throughout the building - A buffet breakfast - Secure parking for a daily fee Welcoming, soundproofed rooms offer city or sea views and feature pillows menu and coffeemakers. The comfortable family rooms have extra beds and kids stay and eat free. The handy mini gym is the ideal spot for a workout. At the hotel bright, modern Newport Restaurant you can enjoy delicious Italian wines and local cuisine, or pick from a selection of gluten-free and international dishes."
The modern, 4* Novotel Genova City hotel is strategically located near the city center, 765 yards from the port of Genoa, 1.2 miles from the famous aquarium and 1.9 miles from the exhibition center. 222 soundproofed rooms with A/C and free WIFI. 8 modern meeting rooms make this hotel perfect for business trips. Lounge Bar open 7 days a week, Cantore8 restaurant where guests can savor the flavors of Liguria, panoramic pool (seasonal) and fitness area. Indoor paying parking garage, max. height 69 in.
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Hotel Barone is a 3-minute walk from Genova Brignole Train Station and 1 km from the Carlo Felice Theatre. It offers spacious rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV. Rooms are simply furnished and functional. They provide toiletries, and include on-site shower and bidet. Shared toilets are available outside the room. This family-run Barone Hotel is set on the third floor of Palazzo delle Cupole, an elegant building from the early 20th century. The reception features vending machines for snacks and drinks. Genoa Exhibition Centre is a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Set on one of Genoa’s main streets, the property is 8.5 km from Cristoforo Colombo Airport.
This small hotel is next to Piazza Tommaseo, one of the most picturesque squares in the center of Genoa. Genova Brignole Railway Station is a short walk away. Free WiFi is available in public areas. Hotel Tommaseo offers air-conditioned rooms with mini-bar. Some rooms have a private bathroom with shower. Tommaseo Hotel is near the International Exhibition Center of Genoa and the famous Aquarium
Genoa's Hotel Fiume is 50 metres from the main street, Via XX Settembre, a 3-minute walk from Genova Brignole Train Station, and a 15-minute walk from the historic centre and the Aquarium. The air-conditioned rooms offer a 32" LCD TV with Sky channels and free high-speed Wi-Fi. The private bathroom includes a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. Upon request, an Italian breakfast including a croissant, a hot drink and a juice is served in the room. The Fiume Hotel has excellent public transport links around Genoa, with bus and metro stops within easy reach. The Luigi Ferraris Football Stadium is 3 bus stops away.
Astoria Hotel has 69 rooms all complete with bath, hairdryer, Tv sat, telephon, and minibar. All the rooms are completely renowed on 1999. The hotel also has garage and laundry service at our guests` disposal.
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Hotels in Genoa
An extremely powerful town in the Middle Ages, Christopher Columbus's birthplace is a cosmopolitan port rich in art, music, gastronomy, architecture and history.
Book one of our Genoa hotels and dive headfirst into the heritage and culture of this intriguing town.
The Old Town
Genoa's historic centre is a labyrinth of narrow alleyways, small squares, mansions-turned-art-museums, churches, old shops and architectural styles from through the centuries. You can join a walking tour which sets off from the tourist office, or borrow an audio guide and explore by yourself. The centre is filled with historic shops housed in centuries-old buildings, and there is actually a register listing those that have been in operation for 70 years or more. They include clothes shops, an antique shop, a silver jeweller's, cake shops, sweet shops, chocolatiers, an antiquarian bookstore and even chemists. You can join a three-hour guided tour of these shops, which includes craft demonstrations and tastings.
One of Genoa's most splendid palaces is the Palazzo Reale, a magnificent building with a golden, fresco-filled interior and collections of Renaissance art and historic furniture. Its gardens, an attraction in themselves, overlook the Old Town and the harbour and have a striking octagonal lake surrounded by black and white cobbles.
The Rosso, Bianco and Doria-Tursi palaces are today the Strada Nuova Museums, and house a fine collection of Old Masters, including works by Van Dyck and Rubens. You can also see historic furniture, ceramics, coins, weights and measures, and some of the violinist Niccolò Paganini's personal possessions, including a violin.
The black and white Gothic-Romanesque cathedral, consecrated in 1118, houses a glass vessel once thought to be the Holy Grail. By the nave, you can see a Second World War bomb which fell on the cathedral in 1941 and didn't explode.
The Genoa Aquarium, Italy's largest aquarium, has 70 tanks with some 15,000 animals, including dolphins, penguins, sharks and colourful coral reef fish. You can see some species from the Antarctic here which are found nowhere else in Europe.
Parks and gardens
Its mild climate and location between the sea and the Apennines mean Genoa has a rich variety of plant life all year round, and the city has some beautiful gardens. The Nervi Parks, a complex of several gardens which once belonged to private villas, have exotic plants from around the world and a rose garden with more than 200 varieties. Look out for North American squirrels and terrapins too. The Corso Dogali Botanical Gardens house around 4,000 plants, including palms, orchids, coffee, vanilla and cocoa plants and tropical fruit trees.
Eating and drinking
You can choose from a mind-boggling array of more than 100 pizzas at Voglie di Pizza, which also serves focaccia and crepes. For freshly-caught fish and seafood, Ligurian specialities and homemade desserts, head to Scalvini, which has a kids' menu and vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options. Or try the interesting dishes at Voltalacarta, listed in the Michelin Guide. Craft beers, Italian wines, coffee and cakes are served at Caffetteria Enoteca Chicchi d'Autore. At lunchtime, head to the very popular Gran Ristoro panini shop for sandwiches made with whatever you want.
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