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Central hotel with a roof terrace?

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Central hotel with a roof terrace?

We are spending 2 nights in Bologne, without car, and would like a hotel witth either balconies or a roof terrace that allows us to see the city.

Any ideas?

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1. Re: Central hotel with a roof terrace?

I saw your question and for a second thought, "when did I post that?" We hope to find the same thing. I'm leaning toward the Hotel Touring. There is also Aemilia Hotel, Best Western too, but that's not central. Good Luck!

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2. Re: Central hotel with a roof terrace?

Hotel Touring has a roof top terrace and you will get a great view of the two towers. They also have a hot tub up there!

I stayed in one of the gold rooms, more recently updated but was able to peek at one of the standard rooms, they are basic but fine. The buffet breakfast is good too.

The hotel has a very nice staff too and it's a short walk to Piazza Maggiore.

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3. Re: Central hotel with a roof terrace?

>They also have a hot tub up there!

weird! :):)

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4. Re: Central hotel with a roof terrace?

Just seen your message - dont know when you are travelling to Bologna, but we have just stayed at the Hotel Aemilia. It has a roof terrace with a hot tub and lovely views of the city. 10 min walk to the 2 towers or a short bus ride (bus stop round the corner from the hotel, near Piazza San Vitale).

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