051 Room and Breakfast

051 Room and Breakfast

An elegant bolthole for not much lucre in central Bologna

  • Best For Couples
  • Rooms 9 rooms
  • Highlights 24h lounge with help yourself tea, coffee and sweets.

    Impeccable cleanliness, delicious breakfast, comfortable beds and all well cared for.
  • Holiday Offers 3 nights from £ 275 per person on BB and private airport transfers

051 Room and Breakfast

If you fancy living like ''alla Bolognese'' (no pun intended), the BB051 has it nailed. In a lovely and central location, under city's medieval twin towers, this comfy bolthole allows you to mingle with locals as you stroll into the city, and later return to a cosy and welcoming home. 

There is a very nice and tastefully decorated common room where you can help yourself to tea, coffee or good desserts at any time, or relax in front of the TV or reading

The B&B spreads over three floors: on the first floor is the breakfast room (which is available 24/24 h for a hot drink with biscuits and chocolates) and the standard rooms, on the third floor the suites.

There are 4 Suites, 4 Standard rooms and 1 Superior room all with private bathroom, air conditioning, plasma TV, safe and daily change of sheets. Wi fi free for the entire hotel, soft towels of 500 grams in the bathrooms, latex mattresses.

Breakfast is served until 11am and consists of a rich buffet breakfast filled with sweet and savoury traditional Bolognese delicacies accompanied by excellent Illy coffees and Capuccinos.
  • Concierge
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Air conditioning
  • In-room Safe
  • Flat screen 40” TV
  • Bed with latex mattress
  • 24/h Complimentary Tea and Coffee Break


051B & B Room & Breakfast is located in the centre of Bologna, right next to the famous “Due Torri” which can be admired simply by looking out to the window.


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