Bologna + Emilia-Romagna
Hotels in Bologna + Emilia-Romagna
It doesn’t get more historic than this nearly 500-year-old hotel in the heart of prosciutto and Parmigiano country.
A 30-room complex owned by the Fini family, whose global food empire (starting with dried tortellini) began in Modena.
Lavish 17th-century mansion (the former residence of J. Paul Getty) built atop Roman ruins by
the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Room to Book: The elegant Torre Suites with views of the sea.
The 109-room Grand Hotel Majestic - Già Baglioni exemplifies traditional style: Murano glass chandeliers sprouting from the ceilings, acres of marble, a frescoed palazzo, and corridors you could drive a double-decker bus down.
Vittorio Dalla Rosa Prati welcomes guests to his 14th-century hotel, a period-furnished seven-room guesthouse that overlooks the city's 900-year-old cathedral.
Don’t miss the graffiti scrawled on the walls by war prisoners at the 900-year-old property. Once home to owner Matteo Giovanardi, the single, earth-toned room has a vaulted wood ceiling and is furnished with family heirlooms.
An unpretentious hotel in the city center
If culatello, an über-prosciutto produced in the misty lowlands near Parma, is a porcine cult favorite, then its high priest is Massimo Spigaroli—one of Italy’s top salumi producers, president of the Culatello di Zibello Consorzio, chef of the legendary Al Cavallino Bianco restaurant, an
Eyebrows were raised when London- based designer Ron Arad, known for his sinuous metal furniture, announced plans for a hotel in the Italian seaside resort of Rimini, an hour east of Bologna on the Adriatic coast.