Featured hotels in Liguria

  • £98

    Average price per night

    B&B Borgo Segreto, Volastra
    9.5 Exceptional 37 reviews
    Description Set in the Cinque Terre National Park, B&B Borgo Segreto offers a peaceful location with sea views. WiFi is free. This unit comes with three bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, a TV and air conditioning....
    Review

    "The most amazing host you will ever meet! Went out of his way to make our stay awesome! Even offered me food to take for lunch each day after breakfast :)"

    David. New Zealand
  • £63

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    Best Western Hotel Moderno Verdi, Genoa
    8.3 Very good 1,806 reviews

    9 people are looking at this moment

    Description Just 100 metres from Genoa Brignole Train Station, the elegant 4-star Best Western Hotel Moderno Verdi offers stylish interiors in an Art Nouveau building.
    Review

    "Excellent location, near the train station. The staff was very accommodating and fast to check in due to our late arrival. Great breakfast. I would definitely stay again😊"

    Angelica. Paraguay
  • £102

    Average price per night

    NH Collection Genova Marina, Genoa
    8.7 Fabulous 3,043 reviews

    5 people are looking at this moment

    Description Offering free WiFi and a modern fitness area, the Genova Marina is just 50 metres from Genoa Aquarium and near the Maritime Museum. It is in the old harbour, 5 minutes’ walk from the centre.
    Review

    "Well located. Nice views. Professional staff. Easy access by car. Good parking."

    Peter. Sweden
  • £75

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    Holiday Inn Genoa City, Genoa
    8.2 Very good 2,056 reviews

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    Description Set next to the ferry and cruise terminal in Genoa, this Holiday Inn offers an attentive service and elegant, modern rooms with a LCD TV. It is 300 metres from Dinegro Metro Stop.
    Review

    "Excellent location if you are travelling by ferry. Rooms were clean and well appointed. I would recommend this property."

    Dennis. Australia
  • £51

    Average price per night

    Hotel Britannia, Genoa
    7.9 Good 3,623 reviews

    4 people are looking at this moment

    Description Set in Genoa historic centre, Hotel Britannia is just a few steps away from Genoa Piazza Principe Train Station and from the cruise ships terminal.
    Review

    "Fantastic accomodation and magnificent view of the city ."

    Songya Eason. South Africa
  • £90

    Average price per night

    Hotel Bristol Palace, Genoa
    9.0 Superb 4,186 reviews

    7 people are looking at this moment

    Description The Bristol Palace features an impressive elliptical staircase, leading to its elegant rooms. This historic building is in central Genoa, 100 metres from Piazza De Ferrari.
    Review

    "Excellent hotel, perfect location and a wonderful personnel and service. Very nice breakfast. Looking forward to go back to this hotel!"

    Stefano. Spain

Liguria highlights

Walking trail in the Cinque Terre
The Sentiero Azzurro walking trail allows you to walk through the 5 picturesque villages of Cinque Terre while enjoying breathtaking views.
The Aquarium of Genoa
Designed by Renzo Piano, Europe's second largest Aquarium hosts a great variety of species, ranging from fish to mammals and reptiles.
Culinary tours on the hills around Genoa
Enjoy famous local pesto, fresh seafood or pasta varieties like trenette, pansotti and trofie at typical farmhouses scattered around the hills.
Portofino
With its elegant cafés and boutiques, this fishermen village is an upmarket resort and one the most characteristic harbours in the world.
Sanremo
Known as the 'City of flowers', this beautiful gem on the Italian Riviera is popular for the Sanremo Music Festival.
Cheesy focaccia bread in Recco
Visit Recco, the birthplace of cheesy focaccia bread, and treat your taste buds to one of Liguria’s culinary trademarks.
Hanbury Botanical Gardens
This 18-hectare botanical garden is also known as Villa Hanbury and hosts thousands of tropical plants and flowers.
The submerged Christ of the Abyss statue
Located off San Fruttuoso, at a depth of 17 metres, this statue is a must see for lovers of scuba diving.
Nightlife in Alassio
Whether for a typical Italian aperitif, fun parties on the beach or great live concerts, Alassio is just the perfect spot.
Free climbing in Finale Ligure
Get active with some free climbing in Finale Ligure, well known to climbers for its high concentration of cliffs and rocky walls.

A Spectacular Sea of Colour

Although one of Italy’s smallest regions, Liguria punches well above its weight for incredible scenery. Its coastline stretching from the French border to the port of La Spezia is lined with brightly coloured houses, including those spectacularly hugging cliffs in the Cinque Terre villages.

Equally impressive is Portofino harbour, one of the most beautiful in Italy. In a country that counts Venice, Sorrento and Capri amongst its harbour towns, that’s quite some accolade. Next door Rapallo has a long promenade watched over by a castle.

Levanto’s promenade is supported by pillars on the beach below and overlooks mountains descending into the Mediterranean Sea. Portovenere at the tip of a peninsula has a Gothic church on a rocky outcrop.

The Liguria capital is Genoa, Italy’s busiest port and home to one of Europe’s largest Old Towns. Varazze to the west has a sweeping beach, as does Alassio – 2 resorts with lots of Liguria hotels on the beach on Booking.com. A fortress guards the entrance to Savona harbour, while Albenga has medieval spires and cobbled streets.

Low hills are the backdrop to Imperia’s beach and neighbouring Diano Marina is lapped by turquoise waters. When thinking of Liguria hotels, luxury springs to mind and nowhere is this truer than in exclusive Sanremo, home to an annual music festival and glamorous casino.

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