Solferino 12

7
August 2020
Friday
8
August 2020
Saturday
2
Features
Check-in:
15:00 - 21:00
Check-out:
11:00
Standard occupancy:
2
Max occupancy:
6
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Area:
80 m2
Type:
Apartment
Description
Apartment with parking included in the historic center, ideal for couples or groups of friends!

The apartment is located on the 1st floor, in a small typical Bolognese building, totally renovated and furnished with impeccable taste.
The apartment has a double bedroom and an extra bedroom with 2 single beds which turn into 2 double and can accommodate up to 6 people.
A living area with sofa, armchairs and kitchen to enjoy a little relaxation.
The kitchen is equipped with everything that can be useful during your stay.

Towels, courtesy kit and bed linen are changed at each new check-in.

This is an apartment with upgraded energy with no gas and thus more environmental friendly. All tools and appliances are powered by electrical power. In order to support the required overall power budget the apartment’s maximum available power has been increased to 7 kW and an Home Automation system has been installed to manage the different power loads. When the total power consumption increases beyond the max level that system steps in to switch off the appliances following pre-defined priorities.

We will always be present at check in and available for your every need.

Our check in takes place from 15 onwards. For late check in after 9.00 pm, we require an extra payment of € 25.00 to be paid upfront in cash at the time of your check in.
Thanks for your understanding.

Via D'Azeglio is the "good parlour" of the city. Nice shopping area. Because of its proximity to the Piazza Maggiore, which has always been the city's mundane and political heart, Via D'Azeglio remains the space tamed by the logic of the city which, first of all, intends to "live well".
The ancient name of the road, from Porta San Mamolo to the crossroads of the streets of Via Carbonesi and Luigi Farini, was San Mamolo, while the remaining part of the road to Piazza Maggiore was referred to as "via dicta Platea Major", or more simply "Platea Major ". The municipal council of 24 January 1866 proposed to name the old via San Mamolo to Massimo Taparelli, marquess of Azeglio, a scholar, painter and statesman of the highest level, royal commissioner for the Romagne and son-in-law of Alessandro Manzoni.

The apartment has a parking place within an automated garage located approximately 50 m from the apartment. You can find this underground garage in via D’Azeglio near the roundabout at the intersection with via Solferino.
Location