A little way from the heart of Bologna ( but the walk into the central square takes you past many shops, all under the famous prices)
Check in was efficient and my request for a room away from the road was granted without a fuss.
A pleasant room although it was clearly 2 single beds made up ad a double, this wasn't a problem but one side of the bed didn't have a bedside table which made reading bit tricky.
Clean bathroom restored with products daily.
Breakfast was excellent...a huge choice. You certainly wont start your day hungry.
Would happily stay here again.
Traveller from UK
Hotel Internazionale is located in the heart of the city, in a historic building on Via Indipendenza , making it one of …More
Brilliant little hotel with nice friendly staff. Breakfast was terrific. Down a side road with a bit of graffiti (which you may have read elsewhere) but really don't let this put you off!! Walking distance to all the sights. Will no doubt use this hotel if I ever return to Bologna.
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.
I lived in Bologna years ago and returned for a conference recently. The staff could not have been more helpful. The room was clean and well organized, and very quiet. The breakfast buffet was extensive, and wine and cookies were available in the afternoon.
Traveller from DC
The Art Hotel Orologio is situated in the very heart of Bologna in a charming pedestrian area next to Piazza Maggiore …More
Hotel is midway between train station and historic centre, within easy walking distance of both, and on a quiet street. It's a very nice older building impeccably maintained by a very polished and sympathetic staff. It's really a gem of a hotel.
Famed for its medieval towers, Bologna's well-preserved historic center is where visitors can climb the Asinelli Tower for panoramic views of the city's red-tiled rooftops, including the Basilica of San Petronico on Piazza Maggiore. Extending from the piazza, over 40 km of porticos provide shelter for pedestrians. About a 10-minute stroll east, the venerable University of Bologna dates to 1088.