First I have to say, I LOVED Padua and wished we could've stayed longer than the one night. Belludi 37 was a surprisingly good find. Great location, excellent owner operator. The room was comfortable and had everything we needed. The only downside was the size of the bathroom, but hey, we could live with that. There were some nice touches to the hotel such as the little chill out lounge. The breakfast was one of the best we came across on our travels throughout Europe. The only downside for me was no balcony. The windows provided the most incredible views of Padua though and I would not hesitate in recommending this lovely place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel takes its name Belludi37 [formerly Bs Aires] from the central via Belludi, which links the Basilica of Sant'Anthony, the icon of the city, to one of the most fascinating squares in Europe, Prato della Valle. The building is early twentieth century, with interiors recently renewed and enriched with decor of contemporary design. There is not elevator, but we are pleased to take your luggage to your room at arrival and back at your departure. The rooms, cared for every detail, reflect the concept of our hospitality: "refined but accessible, sophisticated but cosy, for everyone but not just anyone". At a short distance from the most important artistic and cultural attractions of this wonderful city, Hotel Belludi37 will surprise and enthral you on each visit. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Belludi 37 Padua
- Belludi 37 Hotel Padua