The hotel was very clean with friendly staff located right on the water next door to the aquarium. Only down side is all the street peddlers trying to sell you stuff as soon as you walk out the front doors. Other than that great hotel.
Traveller from PE
This family-friendly Genoa hotel is located on the waterfront, steps from Aquarium of Genoa, The Bigo Lift, and Palazzo di …More
Very enjoyable stay at a lovely hotel. Location was perfect for us. Just outside the Traffic Limit Zone (ZTL) so convenient for driving but very close to the port and many of the other local attractions. Metro and busses were close by, but we were able to simply walk to the aquarium, parks, and nearby palaces. We used the hotel's parking service which was quick and easy. The curbside parking was a little perplexing, but it's Genoa and you'll soon realize that any open space is a parking space so using the curb in front of the hotel isn't at all unusual. The hotel staff were very friendly, efficient, and fluent in English, French, Spanish, and, of course, Italian; probably more but those were the languages I observed. We never had to wait more than a few minutes during check-in and check-out. The room was spacious and clean with comfortable air conditioning and a small safe for valuables. We were able to book a family room for two adults and two children which isn't easy to find. The breakfast was also very good and seemed to strike a good balance in accommodating both European and American travelers. We will definitely recommend to our friends for future visits and plan to return again as well.
Traveller from Veneto, Italy
Surrounded by stylish shops, this hotel is on Via XX Settembre, Genoa's picturesque main street. The Ducal Palace is a …More
My family stayed here for 7 days at beginning of August and it was a most comfortable experience. The staff were friendly, helpful and keen to assist wherever possible.
The hotel was very clean, and cool to escape the heat of the city. The family room we stayed in was larger than most we have stayed in, very clean and so comfortable.
The maid attended at least once a day, to change towels and make the beds. The bathroom was lovely and the room was also air conditioned.
The location was about a 15 minute walk to the Porto Antico area and a 10 minute walk to the centre. Location was great.
I recommend this hotel and would definitely stay there again on out next visit.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly Genoa hotel is located in the business district, within a 10-minute walk of Chiossone Museum of Oriental …More
the hotel is situated on a corner of a busy road close to the ferry terminal.. there isn't much close by to see as the area is under going road improvements.. it is close to the underground station and good bus connections ( bus 20 and 18 ) to take you into the city of many exiting adventures.
it was a pleasant stay.. did not have much interaction with the staff.. there was a small issue with finding my room door open ( possibly after it was cleaned) but i spoke to the kind gentleman at reception to make him aware. i believe the door works with a quick latch release when the key card is used on the panel.
the hotel was clean and welcoming. the room was spacious and modern. my room view overlooked the busy road so not much scenery but i was not to fazed by this.
overall a pleasant stay.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly Genoa hotel is located in Porto Antico, within 1 mi (2 km) of Prince's Palace, Galata Maritime Museum …More
NH Genova Centro has been my choice for both my trips to Genoa, the first in May last year when I'd come on my own for the Riviera Prog Festival held in the Fiera, the latest trip was with my wife for a long weekend getaway.
Genoa is something of a centre for a niche musical genre, Rock Progressivo Italiano (RPI.) Three of the major bands of the early 70s came from the city and when prog came back into vogue during the 90s, the Genovese were very much involved. An independent record label, Black Widow Records, is based in the Via del Campo where they have an incredible shop - small in area but filled with vinyl and CDs. This is certainly one of the best record shops I've ever visited (and when I travel I always seek out local record stores.)
On this visit, the August heat of the city was nicely alleviated by the hotel air-conditioning and, when looking around the city itself, the central location meant it was never far away by foot. Genova Brignole station is less than 10 minutes walk and this opens up the whole of the Ligurian coast from Nervi to the Cinque Terre. Our stay was divided between spending days in the city, riding the elevators and the funicular railway and acting like locals in bars far away from where most tourists would normally tread (we walked to Staglieno) and taking the train out along the coast, to Nervi and Monterosso. For anyone interested in collecting sea glass, I'd recommend the public access beach at the beginning of the Corso Italia
Traveller from Croydon, UK
This family-friendly Genoa hotel is located near the airport, just steps from Parco della Villetta Di Negro and Chiossone …More
We wish we had checked a map and realised the hotel is a easy walk from the train station, instead of paying 20 Euro in a taxi to go around the block. The hotel was very central. Hotel room and facility were good.
Traveller from Sydney
Located in Porto Antico, this family-friendly Genoa hotel is steps from Palazzo di San Giorgio, National Ligurian Gallery at …More
The Porto Antico is a prominent tourist destination in the city of Genoa. The Porto Antico is loaded with markets and restaurants as well as a walking promenade that offers beautiful views of the harbor. The Genoa Aquarium is located in this area and is one of the most popular in Europe. The ferry terminal serves routes to Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia, Barcelona, and Tunisia.