Italy, Bologna – Hotel Corona D’oro

The building was constructed in the XIII century and belonged to the powerful family of Azzoguidi at the time. The hotel perfectly preserves the original parts of the antique building that it houses, among which are the medieval portico on the outside and the precious panelled ceilings covered in renaissance frescos.

All rooms are delicately decorated in a classic style and characterised by an elegant and enchanting atmosphere, the result of a recent restoration. One of the hotel’s characteristics is represented by the sophistication of its ambience and its incomparable calmness that one can experience in every room.


A 3-minute walk from St. Peter’s Cathedral in one direction and the medieval Towers of Bologna in the other, this elegant, 19th-century hotel in a 13th-century, redbrick building is 1.5 km from Bologna Centrale main train station.