Casa Isolani, period residences Santo Stefano
Casa Isolani, charming bed and breakfast at Palazzo Isolani: to sleep in beauty. In the historic centre of Bologna, a few steps away from the two Towers and from Piazza Maggiore, close to the medieval complex of the Seven Churches, that are just a few yards away. The rooms are on the top floor of the enchanting 18th-century Palazzo Isolani. Having reached your floor by using the lift, a short flight of stairs leads to the rooms. Belonging to one of Bologna’s oldest families, the palace is part of history. Pope Paul V and Hasekura, Japanese ambassador in the seventeenth century, still venerated throughout Japan, protect the palace by means of their portraits. The conductor Claudio Abbado fell in love with the house instantly, and lived there for more than ten years.
The three windows offer luminosity and a panoramic view of 360° over Bologna. This delightful double room is situated on the top floor, in the upper part of the 18th century period residence belonging to the historic Isolani family of Bologna. When you open all the windows at once, there is a marvellous view of the city: from the two Towers, Asinelli and Garisenda, symbol of the city, to Piazza Santo Stefano, Piazza Maggiore, crossin through San Petronio, the Chiesa della Vita, everything can be seen from this privileged spot. The sleeping area has double bed and a bathroom with shower and bathub. The two areas are connected by a charming wooden staircase, not advisable for those with reduced mobility.
Check-in: 2 to 6 pm
Check-out: 10 am
· Double bed
· Breakfast included
· Free WiFi
· Air Conditioning
· Tub and shower
· Bathroom with twin sinks
Living area with divan, TV, newspapers, breakfast table and a terrace for star-gazing.
The residence is not suitable for the disabled or for those with hampered movement.