Eurogarden Hotel Bologna
Welcome to a garden under the stars. A comfortable and warm atmosphere combined with an efficient and professional hosting team, makes the perfect match for a memorable stay.
These are essential requirements of today's art of hospitality. You will find spacious and cosy modern rooms, an internal gym, a conference centre, the restaurant "La Corte dell'Ulivo", an American bar, parking and garage facilities.
The Eurogarden Hotel is the ideal place for what ever purpose your stay is about. Why don't you gratify us with your presence and we will be happy to take care of you.
Seventy-two inviting, sound-proofed and climate-controlled rooms all lavishly equipped with colour television, satellite antenna, Pay TV, Sky sport channel, mini-bar, safe, direct phone line and hair dryer. All these modern facilities will make your stay even more relaxing.
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Hotel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour reception
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Hair Dryers
- Internet Access
- Luggage Storage
- Safety Deposit Box
- Wheelchair Accessible
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Just few minutes from Bologna's Highway Exit !
To reach us is easy through the "Via Emilia"(street) that passes nearby the hotel.
From the highway A14: if you are arriving from South, take the Castel San Pietro Terme exit and continue following the directions to Bologna for 11 kms;
If you are arriving from North or from the Fair District, take the Bologna-San Lazzaro di Savena exit and continue following the directions for Imola 'emilia street' until you meet the hotel.
From the Central Railway station take bus 101. The second bus stop of Ozzano centre is just in front of the Hotel.
Golf Club Le Fonti (Green Fee 18)
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS BOLOGNA (NOT TO BE MISSED)
The Two Towers : The Asinelli Tower (97 metres) and the Garisenda Tower (48 metres), were built in the same period between 1109-1199.
The Palazzo D'Accursio : has been the seat of the City Council since 1200 and above the main portal you can see the bronze statue of the Pope Gregory XIII, who reformed the calendar. The Coucil Collection of ancient art and the Morandi Museum can be entered through the Courtyard. The Palazzo Re Enzo : Built in 1244, it was, for 23 years, the prison of King Enzo, the son of Federick II, captured during the battle of Fossalta. The Basilica of San Petronio : is one of the largest churches in Christendom in the world and was built by Antonio di Vincenzo between the XIV-XVII centuries. A bas-relief by Jacopo della Quercia is placed above the main portal. The interior contains paintings by Giovanni da Modena, Jacopo di Paolo, Lorenzo Costa, Amico Aspertini, and others.
The Church of S. Francesco : built during the XIII century is a splendid example of French Gothic architecture.
The Church of S. Stefano : a group of religious buildings constructed in different periods (between XI-XIII centuries) is a magnificent piece of Romanesque architecture. The Portico of S. Luca, the Meloncello and the Sanctuary of the B.V. of San Luca : the portico starts out from the Gate of Saragozza and leads up to the Sanctuary of B.V. of S. Luca , on the hill of the Guardia. It was built with 666 arches in 1674 (the arch over the road at Meloncello is by C.F. Dotti). The Santuary of S.Luca was built in XI century and was enlarged on a design by Dotti in 1723. The interior contains works by Viani, Creti, Reni, Bigari and Piò.
The Church of Santa Maria Dei Servi : the elegant square portico and the area around the apse are extremely beautiful. The interior contains paintings by Albani, Cimabue and Innocenzo da Imola
The Ducati Museum : hosts 26 perfectly conserved Ducati Motor Bike models, which are exposed within an illuminated track and makes you relive over 50 years of the Ducati history. Two of the most representing models to nominee are "Il Cucciolo" (the first ever built Ducati of 1946) and the "Marianna" (Motor bike that dominated all the Italian races in the 1950's).