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Hotels in Calderara di Reno

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Get busy relaxing in Calderara Di Reno! With 58 hotels, Orbitz makes it easy to find a place, get settled and start exploring. Our Calderara Di Reno hotels also rate highly for Location and Room cleanliness, helping ensure your stay is comfortable. You'll be out sightseeing at Museo Ducati, Museum of Geology and Paleontology Capellin, Museum of Modern Art of Bologna and Museo del Patrimonio Industriale in no time.


Hotels in Calderara Di Reno

Get busy relaxing in Calderara Di Reno! With 58 hotels, Orbitz makes it easy to find a place, get settled and start exploring. Our Calderara Di Reno hotels also rate highly for Location and Room cleanliness, helping ensure your stay is comfortable. You'll be out sightseeing at Museo Ducati, Museum of Geology and Paleontology Capellin, Museum of Modern Art of Bologna and Museo del Patrimonio Industriale in no time.


Shopping in Calderara Di Reno

Coin sells fashions that range from classics to the latest trends. Galleria Cavour is a local Calderara Di Reno destination for picking up goods and gifts of all kinds.

Head to Comet to find the latest in tech.


Nightlife in Calderara Di Reno

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Bar Caffè della Torre - Bottiglieria, Kandinskij Bar Gelateria and Pit Stop Cafè. Calderara Di Reno's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


Where to stay in Calderara Di Reno

Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Calderara Di Reno is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are Quartiere Saragozza.


Getting to Calderara Di Reno

The most direct path to Calderara Di Renois through Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport and Aeroclub Carpi.


Outdoor activities in Calderara Di Reno

Breathe in that fresh air at Orto Botanico, which offers a respite from a fast-paced lifestyle or packed sightseeing itinerary.


Best times to visit Calderara Di Reno

Calderara Di Reno is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but January, August and July are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 39%, 38% and 35%, respectively.


Arts and culture in Calderara Di Reno

Broaden your horizens during your Calderara Di Reno trip with a stop in Museo Ducati, and Museum of Geology and Paleontology Capellin. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Casa Carducci and Modo Infoshop.

Interested in higher education? Scuola di Ingegneria e Architettura dell'Università di Bologna - Plesso nuovo attracts tourist, alums and hopeful students alike to its campus.


The restaurant scene in Calderara Di Reno

Take a load off — or maybe discover a new favorite restaurant — in Calderara Di Reno. The dining scene here features popular eateries like Ristorante Pizzeria Itaca, Pizzeria Spiga D'Oro Di Laneve Jessica and Kebaberia Reno.


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Zanhotel Tre Vecchi

Very Good, COULD BE Excellent....

The prices for the hotel were very reasonable and we ended up staying 3 nights rather than 1. The location is just about as good as it gets, right in the center of the main shopping street in a nice square and close to all major attractions. Overall the hotel is charming although it's clear that it hasn't been renovated in a while. Still, for the price I will NOT complain. The bed was comfortable but there was a strange lack of a blanket. The bathroom shower would have been more convenient for an American with a full shower door BUT the pressure was excellent and made up for that small point and the towels were large and fluffy. Climate control was efficient and easy to use. Breakfast was pretty good and included in the price. INTERNET, unfortunately, didn't work well in our room but we used it downstairs while having tea and we enjoyed that.

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4 years ago

5.0

Hotel Bologna Airport

Beware of older man, tall, grey hair , glasses.

THis man was EXTREMELY Unhelpful , uninterested, & downright rude ! Upon arrival asked for help regarding rental car return to Bologna Airport & transportation back to hotel as our cell phone usage was restricted due to International roaming charges courtesy of AT&T. When we informed him we could not call hotel to request shuttle pickup back to hotel he shrugged his shoulders & offered no assistance or solution to help us. At this point already tired & frustrated asked to speak to manager named Rachel as any further communication with this man was futile. Eventually learned info desk at airport would provide us with phone access in order to return to hotel.

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5 months ago

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UNA Hotel Bologna

Una Hotel Bologna (Italy)

Walking distance to central city, University of Bologna and transportation. Very accommodating to early arrivals, excellent breakfast buffet, and spotlessly clean very comfortable rooms. Internet access is every room via Ethernet cable (provided).

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8 years ago

5.0

Al Cappello Rosso

Perfect hotel in historic district

This was our first visit to Bologna so we were unsure of where to stay. Based on reviews we booked the Al Cappello Rosso. On arriving we were so happily surprised. Pulling up to the hotel we were unsure what we were walking into as no clues as the entry was a bit generic. But once inside we were met by a friendly front desk staff who quickly settled us in. From the lobby decor we picked up on the "cool" vibe of the hotel -- focussing on books and culture. Our room was awesome! We were in the JFK room...which was shockingly decorated all red, white and blue with JFK images, stars, etc. We quickly grew to love it as so unique and unexpected. It was like we were living in an art exhibit. Our room also had a tiny balcony that barely fit 2 people...but was lovely for fresh air and did have a tiny table and 2 chairs. The large bed was comfortable and the room spacious for two people. Our room also had a large bathroom with tub that was perfect for relaxing after we spent the day wandering Bologna. Location was also perfect. The hotel was one block off of the major historic square, so it was so nice to just walk out of the hotel to sit down for a cafe and crowd watching. Also, the staff was amazing....even sharing extra chocolates with us as we checked out and my husband complemented the special evening chocolates. The staff shared the story of how they were a local specialty...and they didn't want us to miss out on a few extra. A great experience all around!

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4 months ago