The hotel was built in the mid-1600's. Every room in the part of the hotel I was staying in was at a different level, with meter-thick walls and lots of very old marble facing on walls and floors. Small, immaculately clean, but as far from modern as any hotel in Europe. I noticed several of the rooms are quite large, and seemed to be rented out to foreign workers. The overall effect is anti-modern and hugely inviting, like visiting old Europe in 1965. Genuine, helpful people behind the desk. My room was noisy as could be in the evenings -- it kind of drove me crazy -- but then the hotel is at the old port (see picture taken out my window) and people from every country in the world seem to be flowing through those Etruscan-built alleys. There's adventure to be had in Genoa, one of the last places like it left in the EU.
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