Emilia-Romagna Hotels
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Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni

Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni is a luxury property in the heart of downtown Bologna. Built in the 18th century and decorated with Baroque details and priceless paintings, the hotel attracts its share of visiting celebrities. Wi-Fi is free, but breakfast comes with a fee. The fitness center, with an array of cardio machines, has a spa with a sauna and Turkish bath. Il Carracci, one of Bologna's top restaurants, gets great reviews for service and food quality. For a less-expensive but upscale option about a 15-minute walk form the Grand Hotel Majestic, check the rates at the Hotel Porta San Mamolo.

I-Suite

I-Suite Rating: 4.5 Pearls

If you’re looking for an art-chic hotel with futuristic, experimental design and luxe features, i-Suite is hard to top. From the panoramic views from the top-floor spa (featuring rain rooms, saunas, and multiple temperature pools) to the gourmet seafood restaurant to the rooms focused on decor over functionality, this 55-room property is built for hip-minded couples who value the experience of aesthetics. (Easy access to the Adriatic Sea doesn't hurt either.) Meanwhile, the hotel's state-of-the-art conference and event facilities are often used for brand launches and other business purposes. Those looking for a more traditional and plush luxury stay should look elsewhere.

Hotel Touring

Hotel Touring Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 110-room Hotel Touring is a large, modern hotel on the Rimini seafront with a huge pool, a nice garden, and a trendy bar. Rooms are fresh and modern with mini-fridges and balconies, though some of the rooms have an older style and could use a refresh. There is an indoor spa with a sauna and hot tub plus treatments. A buffet restaurant with sea views gets favorable reviews. Travelers looking for something closer to the center of town might try the Aqua Hotel.

Aqua Hotel

Aqua Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This medium-size, upscale hotel is just a five-minute walk from the Adriatic Sea in fun-loving Rimini, a popular resort area full of vacationers and business travelers -- trade shows and events are often held here. Rooms have a minimalist style with lots of natural light and private balconies, while the fresh and bright hotel offers fun and convenient amenities: an expansive breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free bike rentals. It’s convenient to the old town, for dining and strolling, and also has a chic on-site restaurant and sleek lounge. There’s no fitness center on-site, and the style might feel a little too sterile for some, but it’s a well-priced four-star property.

Hotel Perla Verde

Hotel Perla Verde Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located just a short walk to the Adriatic Sea, the upscale 48-room Hotel Perla Verde is in the seasonal beach community of Milano Marittima. The hotel offers a range of attractively decorated rooms to suit couples and families. There's plenty of available seating to enjoy the sunshine on the ground level furnished terrace or the sundeck and pool on the sixth floor. While the hotel's exterior is slightly dated, the vibe is hip and modern inside. Many resources are available for families, from cots and cribs to entertainment and kid-friendly menus. The free breakfast buffet is extensive and the Perla's restaurant is open at lunch and dinner with international and regional dishes, including homemade pasta and desserts.

Hotel Benessere Oste del Castello

Hotel Benessere Oste del Castello Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, 31-room Hotel Benessere Oste del Castello is a retreat located in an 18th-century building in a small village at the top of a hill, overlooking the hills of Le Marche. Romantic amenities include an intimate "wellness grotto" with a hot tub and sauna plus a well-known restaurant set in a charming cellar. Rooms are rustic and chic, including one in an ancient tower, with minibars and flat-screen TVs (some have big soaking tubs). Particularly suited for couples, this escape has a free breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi.

Hotel Belvedere

Hotel Belvedere Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Belvedere is a great mix of luxury amenities and informal atmosphere, run by a hands-on owner and her attentive staff. The location, ambiance, pool, and extensive spa facilities have broad appeal, but the hotel caters especially to traveling cyclists, capitalizing on the region's fame as a popular bike touring destination with daily guided excursions, rentals, and a repair shop. It's not on the beach, but it's close enough (two blocks) to be an option for those who want sand and sea time. The most basic rooms are small, but different layouts and sizes are available and each is uniquely furnished. Weekly parties, group outings, and the neighborhood's nightlife make this a fantastic spot for socializing, but travelers seeking a quieter stay can look at other nearby seaside hotels such as the Atlantic Hotel Riccione.

Villaggio della Salute Piu

Villaggio della Salute Piu Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Villaggio della Salute Più is an eclectic mix; it's a mid-range hotel that offers homey rooms in renovated stone houses built 800 years ago, but it also offers camping. Throw in a water park and thermal spa with restaurants, and that pretty much sums up the place. Villaggio della Salute Più caters mostly to Italian guests, as the water park is a popular day trip from Bologna. Note that none of the facilities are included in the price of a room. It's a good choice for guests who relish a rural location and are interested in using the spa and water park, but it's less than ideal for those who want to explore Bologna or Florence.

Diplomat Palace Hotel

Diplomat Palace Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Situated in the popular resort town of Rimini on Italy's northeast coast, the four-pearl Diplomat Palace Hotel has 67 rooms with Adriatic Sea views -- even the rooms on the side of the hotel, with balconies angled toward the water. The beautiful beach is a block away, though the hotel is otherwise average and bland-looking. Rooms are clean and bright, with modern bathrooms, but decor is a bit unattractive and could use an update. As far as value, it falls in the middle of the pack of the many four-pearl properties in Rimini, though guests looking for complete luxury may be disappointed. It’s worth comparing rates with the four-and-a-half-pearl Hotel Card International for a little more opulence.

Hotel Corallo

Hotel Corallo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Hotel Corallo is a 99-room upscale beach property with a range of activities and services for families. Beach services include sailing trips, sun chairs and umbrellas, and a kids’ club, but are only offered May through September. Adults can indulge in the hotel's spa and wellness center, participate in weekly food and wine events, or grab the kids and head to one of the pools. Rooms are sophisticated, and though decor varies, all incorporate shades of beige and white; some have wood floors and ceilings. While the hotel has a few conference rooms and related services, the high number of children present may not be ideal to the business traveler.

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What's Your Style?

  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Bellaria-Igea Marina
  • Bologna
  • Cattolica
  • Cesenatico
  • Milano Marittima
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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