Bifora room

Casa Isolani, period residences Piazza Maggiore

Casa Isolani is a charming Bed & Breakfast at the second floor of no. 1 Via D’Azeglio: to be in Piazza Maggiore and at the same time in the lively heart of this long and very old street, that reaches Porta San Mamolo. The rooms, which belong to the Cavazza Isolani family (one of the oldest in Bologna) have been perfectly restored with traces of ancient frescoes and refined details. The street is traffic free, in the centre of the shopping district. The singer Lucio Dalla lived for many years at no. 15, where the Foundation in his name is situated. Piazza Grande: one of his most beautiful songs.

Bifora room

The details in this double room will surprise you, such as the terracotta-tiled ceiling, visible when you look upwards. Situated on the second floor of Via D’Azeglio, set apart from the other rooms, it is one of the largest and measures nearly 22m square, plus a 4.5m-square bathroom. It is one of the most exclusive rooms of the Casa Isolani historiafety measures, cal home, and shares with the room next door a wide balcony overlooking Piazza Maggiore. But only from this side of the palace the splendid double-lancet window of the facing Palazzo D’Accursio can be seen in detail. The bifora, or double-lancet window, is a window divided vertically by a small column or pilaster supporting two arches.

Check-in: 2 to 6 pm
Check-out: 10 am

· Double bed
· Breakfast at the bar: extra
· Free WiFi and Air Conditioning

· Shower
. Wardrobe, writing desk, safe
. Refrigerator with water

Common area a large room with tables and chairs for working or preparing a cup of coffee or tea.
While lacking the official safety measures, the residence is accessible for the disabled.

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