Hotel Bologna

A gracious 18th-century apartment house directly across the street from the station

Some rooms are quite grand, incorporating frescoes and fireplaces. Others have been renovated in sleek modern style with laminated, built-in cabinetry and glossy wood floors. Still others fall in between, with well-maintained 1970s style furnishings and linoleum flooring. Whatever the vintage, all of the rooms are spotlessly clean, nicely maintained, and were overhauled in fall 2005.

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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 60
tel. +39-011-5620193

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The price ranges

The price categories for hotels on this site are as follows:

Under €100
€€ €100–€200
€€€ Over €200

This reflects the lowest cost for a standard double room in low season.

Yes, that does leave a whole lot of wiggle room. Rates will be rather higher for, say, a "superior deluxe" room with a spectacular view at the height of high season. Still, we have to be able to compare somewhere—and using this metric does at least give you a relative sense of how the hotels compare to one another on price.

Since price ranges (€€–€€€) only muddy the issue, I will usually stick to a single designation for each hotel. The only time you will see a range is if a property offers more than one distinct category of lodging—not different types of rooms (many do that), but say a property that offiers, say, both private hotel rooms as well as hostel-like beds in a shared dormitory.

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tel. +39-011-5620193

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