What can you say about Majestic? It's perfectly located, its communal areas are jaw droppingly palatial, rooms are comfortable and luxurious, breakfast is excellent and complimentary and which can be rare for 5* in Europe. And all the staff are excellent, true 5* service. All thats missing is a pool.. ..and its not cheap, but why should it be?
Hotel is in a great location, close to everything. The staff is extremely helpful and accommodating (they even helped us navigate the streets with our car). Breakfast is included but it's very sparse compared to other hotels we stayed at in Italy. The rooms are small with modern decor. Some rooms are located between floors so you have to use the stairs. Overall, for the price, location and great staff, it's definitely a good find.
Wonderful breakfasts, very clean...everywhere. Room recently renovated. Great 5th floor terrace with superb views of Bologna at roof top height! Drinks and jacuzzi available at terrace, too. Easy and quick to get to city centre on foot.
The hotel is in a great location a few blocks from Plaza Maggiore. Nice shops and restaurants around the hotel. The only thing we did not like is that it is hard to find it if you have a car. Because of construction in the area some streets were closed and it was difficult to get there even with the gps! Overall, the hotel is a great choice.
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