Genoa

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Hotel Bristol Palace
8
10 reviews
The majestic oval staircase and stained-glass dome of this historic late-19th-century palazzo set the tone for this oasis of comfort and calm in chaotic Genoa. — Frommer's
Grand Hotel Savoia
8
7 reviews
Original accents like parquet floors, Murano chandeliers, and marble columns complement overstuffed leather chairs and carved wooden tables, all contributing to a pervasive sense of drama and history. — Afar Magazine
Melia Genova
8
5 reviews
The hotel is undeniably modern and understated, with its bright and airy rooms, designer furnishings, abstract artwork, and luxurious touches like hot tubs on balconies. — Afar Magazine
Hotel Cairoli
8
5 reviews
The whole package is centrally located and a snip at the price. — Lonely Planet
NH Collection Genova Marina
7
3 reviews
The four-pearl NH Collection Genova Marina is located in the historic old port of Genoa and looks out over the harbor. — Oyster
Hotel Agnello D'Oro
7
5 reviews
Spacious, modernized rooms – some with balconies – in a seventeenthcentury palace alongside the Palazzo Reale and within spitting distance of Stazione Principe. — Rough Guide
Hotel Palazzo Grillo
7
Sottoripa
2 reviews
Genovese locals Matteo and Laura have created the extraordinary place to stay that Genoa has been crying out for in a once derelict palazzo — Lonely Planet
Best Western Hotel Metropoli
7
3 reviews
Facing a lovely historic square, just around the corner from the Via Garibaldi, the recently restored Metropoli brings modern amenities combined with a gracious ambience to the Old City. — Frommer's
Hotel Le Nuvole - Residenza d'Epoca
7
Sottoripa
2 reviews
A bright newcomer full of smart modern furniture and slick bathrooms makes the most of an ancient palazzo's original architecture. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Colombo
7
4 reviews
Perched directly between Porto Soprana and the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the location of Hotel Colombo cannot be beaten — Afar Magazine
Locanda di Palazzo Cicala
7
4 reviews
The faded grandeur has been revived by stylish decor and simple, minimalist furniture that doesn’t detract from the original stucco ceilings and window details. — DK Eyewitness
Ostello di Genova
7
2 reviews
Genoa’s HI hostel is clean and well run, although its out-oftown location means you will be heavily reliant on buses... Closed 11.30am–2.30pm. — Rough Guide
Barone
7
1 review
Near Stazione Brignole, this family-run pensione occupies the high-ceilinged large rooms of what was once a grand apartment. — Frommer's
Hotel Fiume
7
1 review
This is not a memorable place to stay. Rather, the Fiume is a serviceable budget option: clean, safe, and close to Stazione Brignole. — Frommer's
Hotel Continental
7
2 reviews
A beautiful hotel in Genoa, just minutes from the Old Port, with a dreamy spa and charming guest rooms. — Jetsetter
Best Western Plus City Hotel
7
3 reviews
A welcoming hotel for both individual travellers and tour groups. Superb facilities include Wi-Fi, high-speed Internet and hypo-allergenic pillows. — DK Eyewitness
Hotel Nologo
7
2 reviews
This unique, budget-friendly hotel is centered around music. — Oyster
B&B Quartopiano
7
2 reviews
Four elegant, cosy modern rooms share the fourth floor here, complete with a terrace for breakfast or a hot tub dip. — Lonely Planet
Palazzo Cambiaso
7
Righi
1 review
A real attention to design is evident in these rooms and apartments, set on the upper floor of a stately palazzo. — Lonely Planet
Galles Hotel
7
1 review
Between the station and the port, comfortable rooms and wooden floors. — Michelin Guide
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