Hotels to remember: Emilia Romagna

Relais Varnello


Hotel Porta San Mamolo


From € 82.00

Le Case Antiche


Villino di Porporano


From € 125.00

Best Western Plus Tower Hotel


From € 55.00

Locanda La Campanara


From € 60.00

Ipoint Hotel

San Giovanni in Persiceto

From € 72.00

Agriturismo Il Cucco

Altedo di Malalbergo

From € 69.00

Hotel Diana


From € 43.00

Grand Hotel Rimini


From € 120.00

Art Hotel Orologio


From € 128.00

Casina Le Conserve


From € 110.00

Villa Horti della Fasanara


From € 89.00

Locanda di Bagnara

Bagnara di Romagna

From € 60.00

Relais Villa Roncuzzi


From € 83.00

Piazza Nova


From € 85.00

Al Vecchio Convento

Portico di Romagna

Grand Hotel Majestic "Già...


From € 225.00

Emilia Romagna: suggestions from the insiders




There's more to Romagna than sun, sea and sand... (Milano Marittima & Cervia) →

Patrizia Poggi

(Resident Manager)

Relais Villa Roncuzzi

4 Star Hotels

Patrizia Poggi

This oasis of peace is full of charm and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful art towns of the Emilia-Romagna region: Ravenna, Faenza, Bologna,Ferrara, the Po Delta and vibrant Adriatic Sea. (Relais Villa Roncuzzi) →

Emilia Romagna at a glance

Emilia Romagna Hotel

A mosaic of emotions. From the bright colors of the Riviera to the treasures conserved within its art cities, from the aromas of good food to the warmth of its people, honest and sincere like their land.

Emilia Romagna stretches across almost the entire width of Northern Italy, encompassing a landscape of many contrasts – from the Apennine foothills to the Adriatic coast, to the rich alluvial plain of the Po river. Emilia Romagna was once a complex of small dukedoms, governed by noble families such as the Este in Ferrara and the Farnese in Parma. As a result, the countryside is dotted with castles and fortresses, many of which have survived the passage of time remarkably unscathed. The region is most famous, however, for its culinary specialities, including the renowned Prosciutto di Parma, Aceto Balsamico di Modena and Parmigiano Reggiano. The university city of Bologna's reputation as Italy’s gastronomic capital is well deserved – taste to believe.