Savoia Hotel Regency4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
stayed here for 5 days and couldent fault anything. The staff, from the front desk to the cleaning staff were excellent. The front desk staff all spoke english and were very helpful and friendly.The room was a great size and very clean. The breakfast was lovely with a great choice. I was very impressed with how quickly the staff tidied up and restocked as we ate .Would certainly recommend this hotel Also a beautiful setting .Well done .
We stayed for 2 nights having visited about 10 years previously. Were not disappointed on our return. Rooms are a little dated but found that the norm in Italy. It was a good size and spotlessly clean. Breakfast was satisfactory and taken outside on the terrace. The hotel is in quiet surroundings but near to the motorway so great for access to airport or other areas of Tuscany. A 15 min bus journey into town was quick cheap and convenient. We used the pool but were disappointed that we were expected to pay for pool towels. Hotel was very busy as a conference on. Ate in restaurant one evening which was excellent in terms of food service and wine.
I see a lot of people is very happy with this hotel, but I am not impressed. The breakfast was not good and the beds were hard. I also sat in a bubblegum at our bed, which of course should not happen. We tried the gym, which had very little equipment.
On the good side: nice structure, good breakfast and friendly staff. Improvements: not much within walking distance in the area, room was clean but outdated, would benefit from a refurbishment. The hotel also has a gym, unfortunately it is not very well maintained, with one of the machines out of service.
The hotel is nice and well taken care of - the breakfast was an ok buffet on an open terrace What was annoying that they said 5 min walk to the city center on the website which was actually a 15 min cab ride
Beautiful room and grounds, great breakfast outdoors, good location, sizable room, great bargain, okay pool, gym badly in need of renovation and new equipment; walked about 4 km to city center; near FICO Eataly
We stayed one night at the Savoia Regency Hotel in Bologna while visiting the Lamborghini Factory! It was only a $12Euro ride by taxi from the train station. The hotel is absolutely divine in every way. The reception staff are extremely helpful, knowledgeable and speak good English. A special mention would have to be Michele who was most helpful trying to change our train ticket! The room was clean, and nicely decorated, the bathroom and floors seemed not long ago renovated! The bed was super comfortable - firm but soft. We asked for ice to drink our own bottle of wine that we had bought from Malta and the waiter bought beautiful wine glasses as well. A lovely touch! The pool area was lovely with lots of gorgeous Jasmin vines in flower. $2Euro for use of a pool towel is a bit steep though! I have travelled the world and never seen that before. The room was very sound proof as I awoke at midnight to look out the window to a big party downstairs that I didn’t even know was happening! I was only on the first floor. The breakfast that came with the room charge was extensive and very fresh and tasty. Every type of croissant you could image. Over all - we couldn’t fault this hotel in any way and would definitely stay again.
Small room but fabulous private terrace access from room & very clean. The bar & restaurant are convenient with good prices, atmosphere & selections. I loved the Vitello tonnato. The pool area & surrounding grounds are lovely. The only problem for us (as in all of Italy) was the constant smoking in outdoor areas which made that less inviting.
Stayed for a business trip during august 2017. The room is very basic, bed is simple, no facility for tea/coffee and when asked for a kettle was told will be charged. The location is not very convenient as have to take a taxi every-time want to go to the city. The hotel is more of a resort type and there is a nice small swimming pool with a bar area around the pool. The breakfast spread is decent with bacon/eggs/croissants//milk/cereal/coffee/tea etc and lots of nice desserts. The restaurant at the premises has excellent food but make a reservation (as most of the time they are full) before you go. The hotel even recommended a nice Michelin star restaurant across the street which had amazing food (I cannot recall the name now but it is in the sister hotel of the Savoia regency) Lunch was provided for us as it was a business conference and was generally lots of prosciutto served with various items like fresh mozzarella, artichokes, etc along with pasta dish and desserts. The most disappointing and worst thing of this hotel are the staff. They need a serious course in people management. I have been to a lot of hotels but by far the staff of this hotel have been the worse I have encoutered. There isn't even 1 good thing I can say for the staff be it from the front desk to the breakfast staff, they are are all quite rude, un-helpful and even condescending to a point. For a 4 star hotel it has no luxury of any kind. Overall, would not recommend this hotel to anyone (unless if you are in the hotel for a business trip like me)
Stayed here for four weekdays recently for an onsite conference that we'd been invited to speak at. The lobby looks nice and has a bar. There is also a restaurant although its hours are rather limited, so the one time that we wanted to eat there it was closed. The room that we were given was fairly stark - a bed, a small easy chair, and a desk/chair were about it. There was no iron/ironing board in the room, nor any guest ironing room - if you want something ironed, you need to send it off (presumably for a fee). We've never had good luck with hotel laundries - invariably our clothes have been returned with permanent creases ironed in and buttons, zippers, etc. broken, so we did a MacGyver and used the supplied hand-held hair dryer in the bathroom and a damp washcloth to steam out wrinkles in shirts and slacks. It was somewhat slow, but did work. There also was no facility in the room to make hot water for coffee or tea - there was a mini-bar though. The bed was pretty hard with just two rather tired pillows, but otherwise reasonably comfortable. The window gave us a marvelous view of the backside of some low rent apartments next door - indeed, we found the neighborhood of the hotel pretty useless: a small park with no foot paths (it rained most of the time we were there, so couldn't really use it), a railyard, an elementary school, and a do-it-yourself carwash. If you want to find a restaurant or even a convenience store, you better have a car or be willing to pay for a cab. By the way, a cab ride to/from the airport will cost around 20 dollars including tip and a ride downtown will be a little under 15 dollars including tip. It Although we didn't get a chance to eat in the restaurant, we did eat breakfast in their breakfast room. It offered pretty unremarkable fare: bacon and scrambled eggs, cold cuts, limited fresh fruit, cereal, bread/rolls, and oddly enough desserts - tarts, cakes, etc. Actually, the desserts were pretty good. One morning we came in and found no one but guests in the room - no staff. The overly complex coffee/water machine wasn't working, so we had to go to the front desk to find someone to fix it. Another morning, we came down after 8 am and found most of the food gone, so you better come down before then if you want to get much selection. During the conference, lunch was provided as was coffee and desserts for breaks. Again, the food generally was rather unremarkable - a lot ot prosciutto served with various things (fresh mozzarella, artichokes, etc.) along with a pasta dish, rolls, etc. Again, the highlight of the lunches was the desserts which also were the best part of the breaks as well (although accompanied by those awkward, often broken coffee/hot water machines). Complementary internet was provided in the rooms, lobby, and meeting rooms - it actually was fairly fast and reasonably dependable. Overall, a truly unremarkable hotel with a rather inconvenient location with average food, except for some good desserts (which we think they contract out to a local bakery).
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Bologna Fiere District within 2 miles (3 km) of BolognaFiere, Savoia Hotel Regency is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as National Art Gallery of Bologna. This 72-room, 4.5-star hotel has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Near the airport, it's also near University of Bologna and Tower of the Asinelli.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
All of Savoia Hotel Regency's 72 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, laptop-compatible safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also available.
At Savoia Hotel Regency, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include 15 meeting rooms, a conference center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.
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93.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1423 reviews