All SLEEP in Mantua

With about 60 million tourists a year, Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world. Every year, there are between 400 and 500 million nights spent by tourists in the country’s hotels, bed & breakfasts, apartments or guesthouses. With about 35,000 hotels spread across the country, and many other forms of accommodation, Italy has everything it needs to welcome its guests. Discover below the best accommodation for you!

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    Hotel Casa Poli

    Hotel Casa Poli is a 4-Star hotel in Mantua, located in Corso Garibaldi 32, about 850 meters from Piazza Sordello and Palazzo Ducale, and about 1.3 kilometers from Palazzo Te. Casa Poli is a design hotel set in a 19th-century building, which offers stylish rooms, a courtyard garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. The rooms, fitted with light or dark parquet floors, have minimalist décor. All the rooms are air-conditioned and have satellite TV. The private luxury bathroom has free toiletries and a hairdryer. A sweet breakfast is provided daily, including fresh traditional Mantuan pastries.   HOW TO GET THERE Hotel Casa Poli is located about 1.4 kilometers away from the Mantua railway station. The closest bus stop, Garibaldi 2, is a few meters away from the hotel, on the bus Lines 5, 7E and CC.

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    Grand Hotel San Lorenzo

    Grand Hotel San Lorenzo is a 4-Star hotel in Mantua, located in Piazza Concordia, a few meters away from Rotonda di San Lorenzo and Piazza delle Erbe. Grand Hotel San Lorenzo features accommodation with a bar, private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and luggage storage for guests. The rooms are equipped with a desk, a kettle, a minibar, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a bidet. All rooms have a wardrobe.   HOW TO GET THERE Grand Hotel San Lorenzo is located about 1 kilometer away from the Mantua railway station. The closest bus stop, Concordia, is near the hotel, on the bus Line CC.

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    Palazzo Bonacolsi

    Palazzo Bonacolsi, also known as Palazzo Castiglioni, is a Gothic palace in Mantua, located in the beautiful Piazza Sordello, opposite the Ducal Palace. Today, a tavern and a guesthouse are set in the palace, Taverna Bonacolsi and, respectively, Palazzo Castiglioni Luxury Suites.   SHORT HISTORY Palazzo Bonacolsi was built at the end of the 13th century by Pinamonte Bonacolsi on land purchased from Rolandino de Pacis. Pinamonte acquired and incorporated into the palace other nearby buildings, including the Tower of the Cage (Torre della Gabbia), symbol of the power of the Bonacolsi. The Bonacolsi family ruled Mantua from the beginning of the 13th century and until August 16, 1328, when Rinaldo, the last of the Bonacolsi, was overthrown during a revolt supported by Luigi I Gonzaga, who seized the power. Starting with 1328, the palace became the property of the Gonzaga family. First, Luigi I Gonzaga owned the palace, then the building passed to his son, the Marquis Gianfrancesco I Gonzaga, who passed it further to his son, Alessandro Gonzaga. Alessandro died young, and his brother, Ludovico, became the new owner of the palace. Between 1479 and 1487, the palace was the residence of the Countess of Rodigo Antonia del Read more [...]