4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via F. Parri 9, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40128, Italy

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 45% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families97
  • Couples95
  • Solo94
  • Business91
  • iPacifica's Profile Photo

    Hotel with very good price/ benefit ratio


    Modern 4**** Hotel in Bologna.

    - value (esp. weekend rate)
    - cleanliness
    - comfortable rooms (e.g. LED LCD TV 27", free Wi-Fi)
    - really good breakfast (included)
    - covered private garage (8 EUR by day)
    - free bike rental (upon availabilty)
    - situated in a quite area
    - 20 min. walk to center of Bologna
    - close to Airport

    Minus: No negative points.

  • Elainehead's Profile Photo

    Modern 4-star hotel with an excellent weekend rate


    This 4-star hotel is located near Fiera di Bologna, so the area isn't very interesting if you aren't here for business. You should better have a car, if you plan to stay here.
    The hotel has a modern look, so if you don't like squares and simple lines/colors, forget about staying here.
    Positive points:
    - Interesting weekend rate which includes room, dinner for 2, car park and breakfast (It was around 90€)
    - Breakfast buffet
    - Modern decoration
    - Internet point

    Negative points:
    - No acoustic proof room (you could hear everything going around in the other rooms/bathroom)
    - Slow service in the restaurant and the food wasn't that great.
    - Wi-fi signal was too weak
    - TV channels (sometimes it would work, but the international channels didn't have any sound)

    I would definitely stay here again, of course, only if the rate is interesting and next time, I would bring a pair of ear plugs.

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Forum Posts

Porta Zargozza

by DaevaKS

Hey there, I was recently in Bologna and I saw the Porta Sargozza. What're the towers called? Any information on the door or anything before it was rebuilt? I just loved the design. Let me know what you now :) Thanks a lot!

Re: Porta Zargozza

by cgf

The impressive Porta Saragozza was built in 1860 upon the remains of its medieval precursor. It was designed by Enrico Brunetti Rodati. The gate is made up of two large towers topped with battlements. Between the two towers there are three arcades. One of the two towers contains the Cassero. This is home to Bologna's gay association. The Cassero has a beautiful terrace which is open throughout the summer.


Travel Tips for Bologna

Luggage storage near coach station

by Airpunk

If you need to store your luggage, you can do that in this photo shop located at the southeastern end of the bus terminal. For a small fee, you can get rid of your heavy bag for some time. It will be even secured with a heavy chain and a lock. Keep your national ID-card or your passport ready as they will ask you for that.

There was no english epaking staff in this shop (indeed, there aren't that many english-speaking people in Italy comapred to other western euroepan countries). But they were all freidnly and helpful and we found a base of communication somewhere between spanish and my non-existant Italian. We even had a small conversation about Hamburg, as one of the employees visited my home town a couple of years ago. After my spontaneous decision to spend a couple of hours in Bologna, I didn't want to carry my backpack for the time being there. Although I expected some lockers, either at the train station or at the coach station, I was happy to leave by bag at this shop. It gave me the first idea of being back in Italy.

Bicycle tracks inthe country

by ludogatto

If u have a look to this web page u can find some good info about trip in the county and itinerary.

Forlì / Bologna-Forlì airport

by Airpunk

Although Bologna has its own airport, Forlì (sometimes also called Bologna-Forlì) may be considered as a cheaper alternative. Ryanair uses Bologna/Forlì airport for flights to London/Stansted and Frankfurt/Hahn and will commence services to Girona/Barcelona in spring of 2007. Also, Belle Air from Albania and Windjet (Sicily as well as a some occassionally served european destinations) use this airport.

There is a bus running several times a day from Forlì airport to Bologna's coach station which will take you 10 Euros. However, there's a cheaper alternative: Use the local bus from Forlì airport (station is close to the departure hall). The trip to the city center will costs you only 80 cents. The bus (line 2) will leave you at Piazzale della Vittoria, which is within walking distance (500 m) of the train station. A train ticket to Bologna can be bought at the vending machines for just 3,80.

Anyway, if you want to use the 10EUR bus (which is the more comfortable way), check the webpage below for the timetable.

Greek taste


There are almost tree dishes that I loved very much: IMAM, MOUSSAKA' and PITA. This way to prepare dishes is very similar to italian taste. They cook much vegetables, and they use potatoes, onions and egg-plants that I love!!
Pita is similar to Italian piadina, bread without yeast. IMAM is composed by egg-plants, onions and tomatoes, very good! MOUSSAKA' is similar to Italian melanzane alla parmigiana, with tomatoes, parmigian cheese, egg-plants, meat sauce (rag?), there is only potatoes in addition, but it's very very good, don't forget to try it!

Discover Bologna Siteseeing Tours

by mariocibelli

The tourism office offers a very weel-done two-hour walking tour of Bologna three days a week, leaving from the IAT (tourist office) in Piazza Maggiore (number 1 - you can't miss the tourist office) on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 1030 in the morning.

Cost is 13 Euros per participant.

Reservations not required.


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Address: Via F. Parri 9, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40128, Italy