Choosing this hotel was based on Trip Advisor reviews, and I'm so thankful to have done so. The hotel is wonderful, but the staff makes it better! Oscar greeted us upon our arrival, and he was filled with much information on what we should do/where we should go. We took his advice to heart and did what he said! Our room was wonderful and comfortable, especially after traveling from the US! The Breakfast Room was located right outside our door, so stumbling into it the next morning was nice. HA! Lanie (sp?) was a pleasure with which to engage in a conversation, and we were sorry she wasn't there our second day. Oh; when we came in after eating at Pago Pago (an Oscar suggestion and must), Anna was at the desk, and we stayed in the lobby for awhile to converse with her and enjoy Prosecco. She is engaging, intelligent and friendly, especially with a wonderful smile! The second day we met Andrea, the owner, and Giorgia. More pleasure for us! I'm telling you, make Padova a place to visit when you come to the Venice area! Scrovegni Chapel and St. Anthony's Basilica are musts! ALSO, discover the name Belludi! We did, and it's cool! I WILL go back one day, and we WILL stay at Hotel Belludi! I'm thankful for having discovered this hotel!
Traveller from alabama
Located in City Center Padova, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Oratory of San Giorgio, University of Padova, and …More
Diamantino has only 7 rooms, no lobby or reception, and a door that opens onto one of the central piazzas of Padua. Great location and nice room, but very hard to get in initially. Plus, our room was on the 4th floor and there's no elevator. The "included breakfast" in reality meant a chit for coffee, oj and a pastry at a cafe next door to the Diamantino. The "hotel" belongs to the owner of the adjacent jewelry store. He's nice, but the whole system is weird, and initial access was very confusing.
Susan from Berkeley, CA
Located in City Center Padova, this townhouse accommodation is within a 5-minute walk of Piazza dei Signori, University of …More
I am an older woman traveling alone. This hotel was well located for me as it was not far from the train station.
I enjoy walking any city I come to visit, and I had a 30 minute walk at most to the Park Del Prato and the Basillica of Saint Anthony of Padova. The Manager knows everything that is going on in the city and helped me to enjoy every wonderful event the Christmas season had to offer. He steered me a treasure of a church called Our Lady of San Carmine, and it was just steps from the hotel. Beautiful frescoes, artwork, sculptures, devout atmosphere. The people of Padova are friendly and helpful. The hotel is well run in every respect, the beds are incredibly comfortable, all is kept sparkling. The breakfast was wonderful and included with my room. I would go back here in a blink. I felt so welcomed here and cared for at this hotel. A great find for the price and location to the train station.
Traveller from Long Island, NY
Located in City Center Padova, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza dei Signori, Giardini dell'Arena, and Church …More
This is an apartment for 4 in Padua. if you love to buy food and cook when travelling ,this is the place for you. Daily market is less than a minute away. It is situated in the old part of Padua, just where you want to be . The apartment is also very quiet and well equiped
Traveller from Oxford UK
Located in City Center Padova, this apartment is within a 5-minute walk of Muggia, University of Padova, and Pedrocchi Cafe …More
Historic Centre, City Center Padova Hotel Information
Padua is a pilgrimage city, with millions coming to see the Basilica di Sant’Antonio, where the grave of St. Anthony is preserved, in the city centre. Fans of Giotto will also find the most complete and best collection of his works. Padua also boasts a lovely botanical garden.