Ravenna

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M club De Luxe B&B
8
2 reviews
Two minutes from San Vitale's gorgeous mosaics, industrious young owner Michael Scapini Mantovani has converted this old family home into a luxurious B&B — Lonely Planet
Albergo Cappello
8
6 reviews
Old palazzo that’s been turned into an extremely stylish small hotel with just seven chic rooms and an excellent restaurant. — Rough Guide
Hotel Centrale Byron
8
4 reviews
This hotel is particularly popular with families. Economy and standard rooms are available – from doubles to quadruples. — DK Eyewitness
Casa Masoli
7
1 review
Accommodations in Ravenna don’t get any more atmospheric than they do in this beautiful 18th-century palazzo near the city center. — Frommer's
Hotel Diana
7
2 reviews
Tucked away slightly off the beaten path at the edge of the city center, these large, bright, and simply furnished rooms...are a good base for exploring and especially handy for motorists. — Frommer's
Hotel Ravenna
7
2 reviews
A stone’s throw from the train station, Hotel Ravenna is a safe bet. The bland rooms feature fading beige and gold decor... but they're large and comfortable enough. Parking is free. — Lonely Planet
Palazzo Galletti Abbiosi
7
3 reviews
With high-ceilinged, spacious rooms, a small gym, a courtyard and even its own small chapel, it's an excellent deal. — Lonely Planet
Piomboni Camping Village
7
1 review
In a pine wood 8km from town, this large self-contained camping ground is near the beach at Lido di Ravenna. — Lonely Planet
NH Ravenna
7
1 review
Another photo example of the beautiful mosaics found in the ancient churches in Ravenna, Italy. — Afar Magazine
Hostel Dante-Ravenna
7
2 reviews
Ravenna’s vibrant HI hostel is in a modern building 1km east of the train station. There’s an 11.30pm lock-up but... you can hire a ‘night key’, allowing you to come and go freely. — Lonely Planet
Ai Giardini di San Vitale
7
1 review
Our favourite rooms are Amaryllis, which opens right into the garden; and Rosa, with its balcony overlooking the same green space (and Luigi, the family rabbit). — Lonely Planet
Sant'Andrea Hotel
7
1 review
For a lovely little B&B on a residential street a stone's throw from the Basilica of San Vitale, look no further—it even has a delightful garden — Fodor's
Azienda Agricola Palazzo Manzoni
7
1 review
This working farm and agriturismo around a 15th-century mansion has seven cosy bedrooms, all with bathrooms, and superb meals featuring the estate’s own wines and produce. — Insight Guides
Le Case di San Vitale
7
1 review
A relative newcomer in a renovated historic building that offers six well-appointed rooms and suites scross the street from Basilica di San Vitale — Lonely Planet
Hotel Al Giaciglio
7
1 review
This small, basic but friendly place has rooms with or without private bathroom, and all with TVs&*& Ask for a room overlooking the courtyard. — Rough Guide
Adriano Family Camping Village
7
1 review
One of many campsites in the area, this one is in the coastal resort of Punta Marina Terme, 9km away. — Rough Guide
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