A Palazzo in Genova

You will get lost. You might even walk by the entrance a few hundred times without realizing that on the first floor of this Palazzo is a boutique hotel (other floors are privately owned). This is a Big secret. 
You will not stay in a room at the Palazzo Cicala but in a suite. The interiors, inspired by the canons of contemporary design, mix minimalist lines and sober colours to create an understated elegance that is offset by a few carefully chosen period pieces. Characterised by high arched ceilings with rich stucco work and decorations, our rooms range in size from 30 to 40 square metres.
Built in the 16th century, the property was owned by poets, cardinals and nobles family. In 2001, it was converted to a hotel.
Avoid breakfast however. (You can’t have it all, can you?)

A partir de 120€/nuit.
Piazza San Lorenzo, 16 – Genova


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