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  • Savoia Hotel Regency

    Savoia Hotel Regency

    Bologna Fiere District, Bologna

    Savoia Hotel Regency is set in an 18th-century villa at 3.1 mi from Bologna city center. Surrounded by a beautiful 33 ft² park, it features an outdoor swimming pool. Location is great. Only 15mins from the airport which is around €20 Euro. Bus stop right next to the hotel €1.50 and 20 mins into town. Plus it’s right next to FICO for food fans! The on-site restaurant is very good quality and not overly priced. Bedrooms are big and clean. I have a bad back and found the mattress very comfortable which was a real surprise. Overall we were impressed with the hotel for the price. We would stay again.

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    Avg. price/night: $68
    9.0 Awesome 2,390 reviews
  • Art Hotel Commercianti

    Art Hotel Commercianti

    Bologna City Center, Bologna

    Located in the historical center of Bologna, The Art Hotel Commercianti offers free breakfast, free WiFi throughout. It is next to the San Petronio Basilica and the Fountain of Neptune. Very central, it couldn’t be more. Very nice design. Breakfasts are descent.

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    Avg. price/night: $118
    9.0 Awesome 1,080 reviews
  • Zanhotel Regina

    Zanhotel Regina

    Bologna City Center, Bologna

    Zanhotel Regina is located between Bologna Central Station and Piazza Maggiore, close to La Montagnola Park. All of Bologna's attractions are within walking distance. Everything! Perfect location, friendly and helpful staff, good breakfast and cozy bedroom!

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    Avg. price/night: $89
    9.0 Awesome 790 reviews
  • Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni

    Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni

    Bologna City Center, Bologna

    Located within an 18th-century palace, Grand Hotel Majestic gia' Baglioni offers elegant surroundings and antique furnishings in the center of Bologna. Internet access is free. The hotel is great in gral but the staff is incredible. I broke an arm and they help me everyday to put the bandages. Do my luggage. Organize everything. I knew the hotel becouse I have been many times through the years. But the actual staff is superb

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    Avg. price/night: $344
    9.3 Awesome 559 reviews
  • Hotel Corona d'Oro

    Hotel Corona d'Oro

    Bologna City Center, Bologna

    Hotel Corona D'Oro offers a great position in Bologna city center. It is just down the street from the Towers. Free wired or Wi-Fi access, and free and rich buffet breakfasts are available. Beautiful hotel, very friendly staff, supportive and pleasant. Breakfast was excellent. Located in the heart of the old city. Highly recommend

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    Avg. price/night: $127
    9.1 Awesome 988 reviews
  • Le camere di Porta San Felice

    Le camere di Porta San Felice

    Bologna City Center, Bologna

    Le camere di Porta San Felice is located in the centre of Bologna, half a mile from MAMbo. Around a 16-minute walk from Via Indipendenza, the property is also close to Piazza Maggiore. The location is great. Close to the station and the city center (20min walking), the room was very clean and everything looks like in the pictures. The contact person was prompt and very friendly.

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    Avg. price/night: $70
    9.0 Awesome 20 reviews

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Bologna was highly rated for food by 660 guests from the United States! Bologna Travel Guide

A Gourmet Delight

World-class cuisine is what Bologna does best. Nowhere in Italy, a country with considerable culinary heritage, is the food considered to be better than in this medieval gem.

Bolognese sauce of course originated here, but to try the real thing look for "ragú" on the menu. Cold meats and cheeses are also exquisite. Make sure you save plenty of time for eating – the Bolognese like to savor their food, so a meal can last for hours.

Many of the best eateries and homemade ice cream shops are found behind the mile upon mile of porticoed streets, now UNESCO World Heritage sites. The complex of medieval churches and buildings in cobbled Piazza Santo Stefano is a tranquil spot to explore. Climb one of the Two Towers nearby (not the one leaning at a startling angle) for spectacular views of this red-roof city.

The focal point of Bologna is huge Piazza Maggiore, whose Santo Petronio church has an unimpressive, half-finished façade that doesn’t prepare you for its sheer scale inside. Fanning out from this square, the buildings of Europe’s oldest university, founded in 1088, are home to the city’s best museums.

Bologna accommodations at range from small B&Bs to luxury hotels, all easily accessible from Bologna Airport just outside the city.