NH Genova Centro4.0 out of 5.0
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Hotel is good enough to stay 2-3 days and beds, rooms are comfortable. Staffs are helpfull and kind. Only the breakfast should be upgraded. Not so much choises except the carbohydrates. Hotel location is good for touristic places and center.
We have some food allergies in our family and these were not seen as a problem at all. Chef Daniele cooked some fantastic dishes and service was great The room was very light and airy and the hotel is convenient for train stations The roof terrace at Eataly in the Old Port is worth a visit too
Nice hotel rooms good, bathroom standard room a bit bijou. Good location for getting about. The bar is good, lots of nibbles with the drink. Breakfast OK, lots of gluten free if needed. Staff are very helpful for restaurnats etc.
Ok this is not a charming boutique hotel...but perfect for a business trip in genova. Efficient and without bad surprises : clean confortable well équipes and recently refurbished rooms. Nice staff at the desk helping...what ask more ? Probably nothing...
It’s always difficult to balance value for money with the facilities at a hotel, and to come up with an appropriate TripAdvisor rating. This hotel isn’t uniformly ultramodern. For example our bathroom had funny fittings from the mid 2000s, a time when for some reason designers believed humans were endowed with square backsides and were happier washing in shallow rectangular wash hand basins. Our room (309) and bathroom were small, and overlooked averagely unpleasant pink painted walls of adjacent apartment blocks. The bed was large and firm (good) but both of us got neck ache from the soggy pillows. The staff were friendly, the foyer decently white and modern-ish, and the hotel is well situated adjacent to the stylish old part of town with its streets of UNESCO-recognised palazzi. Their inhabitants apparently competed with each other to put up visiting dignitaries. They’re in a rather narrow street so it’s difficult to get full views of them. The hotel is a pleasant 10-15 minute walk to the old port development (not much old is left) and to one of the nice viewpoints (Casteletto) accessed by a lift (we had a very pleasant walk back down the narrow stepped streets, and passed the wonderfully run-down Icelandic consulate – a Norwegian friend suggested that all the money had been put into partying inside). Breakfast was good (decent scrambled eggs) with lots of patisserie if you like cakes at that time of day. The machine coffee was better than average – thank goodness no pods, a shocking practice we’ve encountered too often in other Italian hotels – but breakfast coffee in Italy can be a real pleasure and it would be nice to be served it (plenty of staff around). But even allowing for the rotten exchange rate against the pound this was an expensive hotel for us, and there were no pleasant surprises above and beyond what you’d expect at the price. Hence the average rating. A few possibly helpful points • The taxi fare from the airport was about 38 euros. • Remember that Italy doesn’t run 24/7 (e.g. museums close one day, restaurants one or two more, churches between 12 midday and 3 pm). It was difficult to find a restaurant on a Sunday evening (Italian Sunday lunch is a big deal, so many places then close). • There’s quite a large red-light district (not surprising for a major port city). We wandered into it by chance – looking for a restaurant – and felt slightly anxious about some of the associated personnel hanging around the narrow streets. • Genoa is a fine city and there’s quite enough to occupy you for a couple of days, especially if you enjoy art and architecture. It’s newer and tougher than Venice, so it will be able to stand up to the environmental onslaught of a few hideous mega-sized cruise liners berthed there (we wondered why our plane from London was a stretch 737). • Visit the lovely Chiesa di S Pietro in Banchi, a really unusual church with a wonderful white marble interior
Very centrally located for business and pleasure visitors. Friendly and courteous staff and service. The rooms are clean with fresh sheets and towels daily. The buffet breakfast is a decent spread and includes all the varieties normally offered by the leading hotel chains.
When you reach Genava ,in the center of the city very near to the old harbor ,Nh hotel is one the coolest places to be ,very friendly staff and relaxing atmosphere ,in my openion the warm welcome will make feel at home and NH will do so ,enjoy
We only stayed one night in Genoa, but this hotel was the perfect stop for that. It was a terrific central location to walk to all parts of the city during the day, then some nice restaurants nearby to walk to at night. The rooms are all very clean and well kept, while the staff were all friendly and very efficient.
Big hotel near the city center. The rooms are very modern with a nice interior. The rooms are kept very clean. 30 meters from the hotel is a big parking garage, where you can keep your car safe from parking damage. The hotel is also a good place from where to visite cinque terre by train.
Last March I have stayed a few days at the NH Genova Centro. I've been entirely satisfied. This hotel offers a perfect balance price vs. quality. It is a high standard hotel, very clean, nicely designed, with very spacious rooms (even the single rooms), comfortable beds, large bathroom provided with all the amenities that one would expect from a high-standard hotel. Though centrally located (less than 10 minute walk from Via Garibaldi and from the Carlo Felice), it is very quiet at night. Breakfast is ok. I would definitely recommend this hotel as one of the best solution to visit Genova and will certainly come back.
- Walking distance to Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art and Palazzo Rosso
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
NH Genova Centro places you 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Royal Palace. This 143-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a conference center.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 143 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, safes, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
NH Genova Centro features free WiFi in public areas, 6 meeting rooms, and a conference center. Self parking is offered for EUR 25 per day. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center, a computer station, and free newspapers.
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60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 524 reviews