As well as the Piazza Maggiore, you will also find Fontana di Nettuno and Basilica di San Petronio nearby. The hotel is located in a small narrow street where the traffic is very limited.
This hotel is considerably different to many of the other central and traditional city hotels. It is more individual and the owner Roberto takes great pride in creating a friendly and hospitable atmosphere for both adults and children that visit. You can enjoy the breakfast buffet on the covered porch overlooking the courtyard and it is a true oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city.
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In the hotel, you will find a snack bar, a TV room, a patio, garage (on payment of a surcharge) and Wi-Fi in the rooms; Roberto requests that guests pay a nominal amount for the use of Wi-Fi, which he in turn he passes on to a charity for sick children. The hotel has only 15 garage spaces, and they are distributed according to the principle 'first come first served'. Alternatively, you can park at Staveco for a fee on Viale Enrico Panzacchi, there is a public parking lot near the hotel.
The hotel has 43 rooms which are decorated in beautiful, golden colours with much attention to detail. The style is classic with a romance touch. The rooms are all different, with respect to the old buildings original characteristics including beamed ceilings. They are distributed on the first, second and third floors and there is a lift leading to all floors.
There are two types of room at the hotel; classic and junior suite . The Junior Suite is the largest room and is furnished with two double beds. All rooms have air conditioning, satellite television, a safety deposit box, a mini-bar, Wi-Fi and a bathroom with a toilet and shower or bath.
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