The apartment

It is an astonishing 200 m² apartment on Via Roma, right in the heart of Genoa.

The four available suites we reserve for our guests bear the name of the main landmarks of our city:
Porta Soprana, San Lorenzo, Lanterna (the Lighthouse) and Porto Antico (the Old Harbour Marina).

‘Lanterna’ Major Suite

Our Lanterna’ major suite and its 28 m² are very cozy. The room is furnished with a double bed Memory Foam mattress and a sofa bed, ensuring maximum comfort to our guests.

The suite boasts a nice balcony, where you may taste an Italian ‘aperitivo’ , with a good view over one of the most charming and renowned streets of Genoa, Via Roma.

The room comes with air conditioning and it is equipped with Full HD TV set, Free WiFi, shared bathroom with the ‘Porta Soprana’ Suite, set of towels and hairdryer.

 

‘Lanterna’ Major Suite: Photo Gallery

La Lanterna: The Lighthouse of Genoa

The lighthouse of Genoa – also known as La Lanterna by the Genoese, served not only to signpost the coast for approaching boats and ships, but also is the very symbol of the city, our pride and our history. 

‘Porta Soprana’ Suite

The suite plays up an amazing space of 18 m²; it comes equipped with every comfort. Its Memory Foam double bed can accommodate up to two people.

The setting of the room has been very detail-oriented: the Victorian-style mirrored door and the marble grit flooring ‘alla Genovese will delight our guests.

You will have the opportunity to sip on anaperitivo on the balcony while looking at the city lights above Via Roma.

For those interested in sharing the room with more than two people, the  room connection between the S. Lorenzo’ suite and the Porta Soprana’ suite will be opened on request.

The room comes with air conditioning and it is equipped with Full HD TV set, Free WiFi, shared bathroom with guests from the ‘Porta Soprana’ Suite, set of towels and hairdryer.

 

‘Porta Soprana’ Suite: Photo Gallery

Porta Soprana – the ancient gate of the city

Porta Soprana, also known as Porta Sant’Andrea, was one of the main openings in the extensive city walls of Genoa; it is located on the upper part of Piano di Sant’Andrea, a small plain on the hill overlooking  Piazza De Ferrari. It is called ‘Soprana’ from Latin ‘Super’ (as in ‘superior’), because of its position above the ground level.  One of the few surviving entrance gates of Genoa, it was built between 1155 and 1158. It has the benefit of being located within a stone’s throw of Christopher Columbus’ historic house museum.

‘San Lorenzo’ Suite

Enjoy unlimited experiences in this 22 m² suite, provided with a Memory Foam mattress double bed to ensure the finest relaxation and comfort during your stay.

This fantastic reading spot also includes a library at your disposal with a wide range of books, some of which in original language.

For those willing to share the room with more people, the  room connection between theS. Lorenzo’ suite and the Porta Soprana’ suite will be opened on request.

The room is air conditioned and it is equipped with Full HD TV set, Free WiFi, private bathroom, a set of towels and hairdryer.

 

‘San Lorenzo’ Suite: Photo Gallery

The Cathedral of San Lorenzo

The cathedral of St. Lawrence is the most important Roman Catholic church in Genoa: it is the metropolitan church of the homonymous archdiocese. It is strategically located a few steps away from the city centre, between De Ferrari Square and The Old Harbour Marina.

‘Porto Antico’ Suite

The brightest room in the apartment, it measures 20 m² and presents a Memory Foam mattress double bed and all the conveniences to ensure the highest degree of comfort to our guests.

The room is also provided with a spacious and functional walk-in cabin where you will be able to fit even the bulkiest of your baggages.

The room is air conditioned and equipped with Full HD TV set, Free WiFi, private bathroom, set of towels and hairdryer.

‘Porto Antico’ Suite: Photo Gallery

The Porto Antico — Old Harbour Marina

The Porto Antico is merely a part of the city’s present port, and nowadays it is used as a residential and service area, touristic and cultural centre.

It is divided into two concession areas, managed by two private companies but still of public domain and one other area managed directly by the municipality of Genoa.

The area was redeveloped and completed in the 90s in lieu of an abandoned dock area: the large waterfront and a number of quays is where the Aquarium of Genoa and other historical and touristic landmarks are located, covering a surface of over 230.000 m².

Relax Lounge

At the entrance of the apartment you will find our Relax Lounge, always accessible and ready for your rest and relaxation moments.

Take pleasure on watching  TV or challenge your friends to our several different videogames or board games.

But in case you wish to spend your time off on a good book, let us treat you to a wide choice of enjoyable titles in different languages from our library.

Relax Lounge: Photo Gallery