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Bologna hotels

Though Bologna has plenty to offer tourists, it's considered more of a business magnet than a vacation destination—and this orientation is reflected in the city's hotels, which can be rather anonymous (though recent years have seen the opening of one or two charming boutique options in the centro storico). Leisure visitors should steer clear of the big trade fairs (check the calendar at www.bolognafiere.it), when accommodation is scarce and room rates at a premium. The rest of the year—especially on weekends—rooms can often be found at substantial discounts. Bologna's city center is closed to cars without permits. If you're staying in the Old Town, ask for driving directions to your hotel (some streets are no-go even for residents) and the location (and daily price) of parking facilities. Permits can be purchased through the hotel, but some properties give them to guests for free. Better still, leave the car behind and arrive by train.

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Torre Prendiparte, Bologna

This unique bed-and-breakfast advertises itself as "a tower for two," and that's just what it is: Owner Matteo Giovanardi has turned his former home—the...more

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I Portici Hotel Bologna, Bologna

If you need to be near the train station, this handsome newcomer is a more attractive option than any of the maxi-hotels that overlook the tracks (including the...more

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Hotel Novecento, Bologna

Small but perfectly formed, the Novecento is our current candidate for best-value centro storico accommodation. The building that houses the hotel goes back to...more

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Hotel dell'Orologio, Bologna

Simple, stylish and well located, this 34-room boutique, named after the clock tower (orologio in Italian) it faces, is steps from the famous Piazza Maggiore...more

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Hotel dei Commercianti, Bologna

Much of the original architecture is still intact in this 12th-century palazzo that was once Bologna's town hall. Restoration work exposed parts of the original...more

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Hotel Corona d'Oro 1890, Bologna

A small, charming hotel just a few minutes' walk from Piazza Maggiore in the heart of the medieval quarter, the Hotel Corona d' Oro occupies part of a...more

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Grand Hotel Baglioni, Bologna

This 300-year-old palazzo opened as a hotel in 1911 and remains the swankiest place in town. Its Old World charm, marble lobby, and five-star service endear it...more

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Convento dei Fiori di Seta, Bologna

A novelty on the staid Bologna hotel scene, the "Silk Flower Nunnery" offers ten rooms in a converted 15th-century convent. Some will find the contrast between...more

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Albergo delle Drapperie, Bologna

Currently the best centro storico budget option, this 21-room novelty opened in 2004. It's in the heart of the action, on a colorful street of food shops and...more

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Albergo Al Cappello Rosso, Bologna

By looks alone, you'd never know this hotel was 630 years old. The 32-room boutique is as 21st century as they get in Bologna. Furnishings are urban luxe,...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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