Piazza Galileo, 4/3 40126 40126 Bologna − Italy
+39 051 7457311
Fax: +39 051 7457322
Hotel Novecento is a design hotel full of personality that takes you back to 1930s. A new hotel concept - a building in the Viennese Secession style perfectly set among the medieval architecture in the pedestrian area of Bologna city centre.
The journey starts in the hall with is particular atmosphere and original style. Located very close to the Town Hall, the Hotel is the ideal for business travels or for romantic weekends, strolling for museums, art collections, theatres and candle-lit dinners.
Viennese Secession, together with Jungendstil, Art Nouveau, Modernism and Liberty, takes inspiration from flower motifs and their imaginative interpretation. This style emphasizes graphics and its application to architectural design -represented by the painter Gustav Klimt and the architects Olbrich, Wagner and Hoffmann. So experience its magic! You will be surprised by the 25 rooms, each decorated in a particular style. A comfortable stay awaits guests in an elegant and refined 4 star ambience. Attention to details and new facilities for a nice experience. The breakfast area is spacious, clean, and neat as a pin. The breakfast (included) offers more items than one could count, including fresh fruit, meats, cheeses, breads, pastries, juices, yogurts, jams, jellies, and spreads. They also offer an excellent morning cappucino.
Hotel Novecento is a small charming 4-star hotel created from the restoration of an antique noble palace built in the 900s. Our hotel is pleasantly located in the heart of one of the late Baroque towns of the Val di Noto, Scicli. Hotel Novecento offers guests unmatched qualities: the warmth and professionalism of the staff and a comfortable high-class environment will allow the guest to relax and to enjoy to the fullest the traditions and historical beauty of Sicily.
The hotel combines the original look with modern furnishings to give a feel of different designs of the century: from liberty to the grandiose Bauhaus, with a touch of original details from the beginning of the 1900s.
An elegant cafè directly connected to the hall, with its external tables placed on the Sicilian «basole». It offers a selection of the typical Sicilian products in every moment of the day, together with the traditional coffee house service.
Walk in Piazza Galileo
Visit the Town Hall (walking distance)
Bicycle Rentals for tours
Arrangements for spectacles in Bologna
Visit the Morandi Museum
Visit the National Pinacoteca
Visit the Giardini Margarita
Bologna, a warm, friendly city,a well-preserved old town surrounded by green hills, an old tradition in art and culture, the world oldest university, world famous cooking, an international communication crossroads. Sometimes called "Bologna the fat", this city is a great place to indulge yourself: Many consider it to be the gastronomic capital of Italy.
Local specialties include tagliatelle, the Bolognese meat sauce called ragu and handmade tortellini. And, yes, the bologna in the sandwiches of your youth was a descendant of a local delicacy, mortadella. In between meals, tour the city.
Visit the Basilica of San Petronio, while its unfinished facade may not thrill, the enormous interior is worth exploring (don't leave without getting an explanation of the brass meridian line in the floor).
Also on Piazza Maggiore are the 16th-century Neptune Fountain and the Museo Morandi (in the Palazzo Comunale), which houses more than 200 works by 20th-century painter Giorgio Morandi. To experience the well-preserved medieval town center, walk in the small streets east of the piazza and along Strada Maggiore.
Bologna is also home to Europe's oldest university, where Dante and Petrarch, amongst other notables, studied. Our favorite thing to see there is the old, wooden Anatomical Theater, where medical students observed dissections. While in the area, visit the Pinacoteca Nazionale, which has an excellent collection of Italian Renaissance art. For a little bit of nature, head to the Giardini Margarita, the city's much-used public park. Porticoes line just about every street in the city. If you're feeling adventurous, you can follow the longest arcaded walkway in the world up into the hills outside Bologna to the Shrine of the Madonna di San Luca. If you go both ways on foot, you'll have walked about 6 mi/10 km. Perhaps because of the university, Bologna is a convivial city and has much to offer in the way of nightlife.
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Train Station: Bologna (2 Kms.)
Airport: Guglielmo Marconi Airport - Bologna (10 Kms.)
From North: Take Motorway A1 towards Rome (South) and exit at Svincolo Bologna-Casalecchio. Then, at sign Maranello (SS 569) / Vignola turn right and exit. Follow Via Pietro Nenni-Asse Sud-Ovest until Bologna. At City follow the signs to the city centre. The hotel is near the train station