very convenient location - just over road from maion station, and on street with must-visist museums, and 10 minute walk from Old Port. small frie3ndlt family-run hotel where every member of staff we met went out of their way to be helpful . They provided us with English language brochures and maps as soon as we arrived and marked out routes for us on the map. Recommended (very good) local restaurants and were without fail always helpful and friendly. The buffet breakfast was good. Everywhere was very clean an d the bedrooms airconditioned. This is an ideal hotel for a short break - we had just been on a cruise and decided to stay on for 3 nights in Genua (where we landed) - well worth it.
suesan from Surrey
The Agnello d'Oro is a lovely hotel located in an ancient and picturesque alley in the historic centre of Genoa. The …More
I wanted to be close to the Principe train station for the Volabus to the airport the next day. The hotel was extremely convenient. I think that this is a family run hotel -- and although I was only there one night -- I felt very welcomed -- to the city and the hotel. The visitor bureaus for Genoa are good but the Vittoria staff (family) are better.
Dan from Virginia, USA
The Hotel Vittoria & Orlandini (e Dipendenza) is a welcoming family-run 3 star Genova hotel , situated in an elegant …More
My friend and I had to stay in Genova on short notice due to a delayed flight. Hotel Bernhoef was a reasonably priced option that was a very short distance from the train station. The hotel itself was on the second floor of a building that required you to buzz in. Once upstairs, the facilities felt a little run down, but the room itself was fairly clean. Overall, if I returned to Genova and had more time to plan I would go somewhere else, but considering the situation it was good.
Located in the city center of Genoa, this hotel is connected to the airport and within walking distance of Royal Palace and …More