I highly recommend this hotel. The position is good next to the train station, and the staff were friendly and helpful.The only small down side is that the rooms are tired and do need renovating ,HOWEVER,They had a comfortable bed, a nice size room and my room on the third floor was a quiet room.I was a very happy customer and would go back to this hotel again..
Traveller from London
Occupying a strategic position in the city centre of Bologna , in front of the train station, the NH Bologna de La Gare …More
This hotel is a good base to explore Bologna which is well worth doing. A GOOD 15 minutes walk into town centre but interesting walk. We explored other places near Bologna which was v. easy to do as rail station is so near to hotel as well as bus station. At the bus station you have access to an airport bus which runs every half hour (however check times).
The hotel is located in a very good position; near the Bologna Centrale station and other attractions. However, the informal set-up of the reception lounge and eating/bar area make this very busy and quite noise. The room didn’t match de one in the picture (no surprise); the deco was a little tired and very dark.
Gus from Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
A blend of total relaxation and vibrant energy, the hotel was born from the desire to meet the needs of those travelling for …More
Great location and very easy to find. Its directly opposite the train station and the airport bus drops you off right outside. Was walk in to the centre of Bologna. As an added bonus the hotel has beautiful gardens, very nice and relaxing after a full day sightseeing and shopping!
Location is convenient to the central train station, less so to places of interest to tourists, but not bad. Restaurant staff were very nice, restaurant was decent. Front desk staff were a little mixed, but two in particular provided excellent service. Room was comfortable, but we are surprised not to see anyone mentioning the very odd showers. The shower was open (as in, just one small glass wall, no doubt to fit the hotel's very contemporary and minimalist design), so water splashed everywhere even when the shower head was pointed away from the open space. Trying to avoid spraying water everywhere made getting ready in the morning a little more challenging than it needs to be. Other than that minor quibble, no complaints.
Bologna Centrale, the Central Station, is one of Italy's busiest transit hubs. Here, high-speed and traditional rail lines connect to destinations such as Milan, Rome, and Paris. The station is just a short walk from the city's historic center, less than 2 km from University of Bologna, and less than 3 km from the trade fair district. Aerobus shuttles link the station to the airport, 6 km away.