Opulence in Italy's Genoa at a five-star spa hotel
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The perfect package with flights included
Piazza De Ferrari
Cathedral of San Lorenzo
Lighthouse of Genoa
A city escape to a flamboyant, five-star hotel in the centre of beautiful Genoa, with breakfast, spa access, a massage discount, flights and optional private transfers included
- With its candy pink and white-striped facade, the five-star Grand Hotel Savoia is close to Genoa's chic waterfront, a-buzz with fishing boats and luxury yachts. It offers a flamboyant level of luxury, with cool marble floors, lofty ceilings and decidedly opulent furnishings.
- Refined Ristorante Salgari offers traditional Italian and fresh seafood, and during summer, dishes are served on the terrace. Trattoria Tralalêro offers a more casual setting and a menu of authentic Ligurian dishes. Bar Royale is an opulent spot for a cocktail or two, with leather armchairs and a grand piano.
- The elaborate spa is a real treat, with a high-end range of facilities including a bio sauna, a chromotherapy room and an outdoor terrace where you can survey the city below. Not only does the hotel have a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, it ranks as Genoa's number one hotel on the site.
- Two restaurants
- Spa and wellness facilities
- Air conditioning
How to get there
The hotel is located right in the historic centre, just 50 metres from the Principe Station and a short walk to the Aquarium, the Magazzini del Cotone and the Fiera di Genova. From Genoa airport, take the Volabus two stops (around 20 minutes) to Principe Station and walk a few steps from there to the hotel. You can also opt to get to the hotel with a private transfer.
Good to know
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