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      Hotels Near La Bicicletta In Brescia

      4.4/5Excellent51 Reviews
      0.76km from downtown
      My wife and l stayed here for 3 nights. The staff where all very nice and helpful, 10 out of ten for the staff. We got a room on the 2nd floor and it was very nice and comfortable. There are a few negatives so, here we go. The fridge didn't work very well, which is due to only having electricity when the room is occupied, having to insert your key card to switch it on. The front of the property can be very busy and loud so, if your a light sleeper ask for a room at the back. All in all apart from the few negatives, we would deferentially stay here again. The breakfast was good and plenty full.
      FromUS$75
      4.2/5Very Good109 Reviews
      0.8km from downtown
      The hotel is located in the heart of Brescia, about 20-30 minutes walk from the train station. If you don't have too much luggage, you can take a look. Although the hotel is old, it is very cultural and very quiet. It is a quiet place. The shopping around is very convenient, and there are also local cultural relics to visit. Breakfast is very rich You need to bring your own toothbrush, slippers can ask the front desk to ask for it, but you are absolutely right.
      FromUS$84
      4.9/5Perfect36 Reviews
      1.04km from downtown
      With a stay at Locanda delle Mercanzie in Brescia (Centro Storico Nord), you'll be a 3-minute walk from Piazza della Loggia and 6 minutes by foot from Piazza del Duomo. This inn is 19.1 mi (30.7 km) from Castello Bonoris and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Freccia Rossa.Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM.Make yourself at home in one of the 8 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
      FromUS$85
      4.9/5Perfect9 Reviews
      0.4km from downtown
      Located in the historical centre of Brescia, B&B ai Musei is just a few steps from Brescia Cathedral, Piazza della Loggia square, and the castle. The B&B offers spacious rooms and apartments, with free WiFi and air conditioning.Each unit at Ai Musei includes a flat-screen TV, sofa, and a table with chairs. Rooms also come with a coffee machine and electric kettle, while the apartment includes a whole kitchenette. The private bathrooms feature bathrobes, a hairdryer and free toiletries.The property is in a lively area, packed with restaurants, shops and cafés. Luggage storage is available on site.Vittoria Metro is 700 metres from the B&B, while Brescia Train Station in 1.5 km away.
      FromUS$71
      4.3/5Excellent100 Reviews
      1.03km from downtown
      Staying for 2 nights in early November, my visit to the Hotel Master in Brescia was a short by largely pleasant one. Located behind the castle (offering some nice views of it) the Master is around 10-15 minutes walk from the city's main centre and around a further 10 from the train station. Truth be told the location isn't really bad when you take into account there is a metro a short distance away and an Auchan supermarket very close by. The one downside is that to get to the centre you walk through a tunnel that runs through the hill the castle sits on, and said tunnel is quite long and rather bleak to look at. The actual hotel itself is very nice. Staff were friendly and welcoming, and despite reservations about my room being on the ground floor I soon discovered these to be unfounded. There is a relatively busy road runs outside but I genuinely didn't find it loud at all. Heat wasn't a problem as my heating was convenient to use and worked a treat (and there was a free pair of slippers in the wardrobe) I wouldn't say the room was massive but with 2 single beds joined together this dominated it. There was a desk, decent sized double wardrobe, minibar, safe and tv in the room, and a very spacious bathroom with a good, sizable shower and bidet. Room was clean and well maintained, and the tv, which came equipped with Sky Sports, helped relieve the only real problem with location - a lack of nearby bars. In the morning breakfast was pretty standard continental fare, with the slight bonus of scrambled egg and bacon. Suited my needs fine. There is also a bar, however this scarcely seemed to be staffed. Given that it lacked a tv I was content to grab a few beers from the Auchan and watch the football in my room anyway. Overall I was very taken with the hotel for my short stay in Brescia. Definitely recommend it and would gladly visit again
      FromUS$66
      4.5/5Excellent100 Reviews
      0.35km from downtown
      I chose to stay at the Centro Paolo VI when I booked a trip to Italy at short notice, inspired by the good reviews on Trippadvisor. My experience was predominantly positive. Room was clean, with good air-conditioning. The furnishings were simple. The bed was, perhaps, a little too firm for my taste, and a bit low for a bloke with a bad knee. :-) Lighting in the bedroom might have been a bit brighter. The bathroom was clean, although, as mentioned by some other reviews, the shower was a bit tight. The building is a bit of a mixture. In part, it is a grand baroque palace, but other parts are much more functional. It has clearly been in institutional use for a long time. I gather that, before taking on its present function in 1975, it had been a seminary. It remains a church foundation, and functions mainly as a conference centre, offering meeting rooms for far more more people than it could accommodate overnight. Its lifts, as remarked in some less positive reviews, are decidedly old-fashioned but were perfectly adequate to get me and my luggage up and down, which is, after all, the only thing you need a lift to do. So far as food is concerned, breakfast was served in buffet style, with staff bringing coffee or tea to guests at their tables. Weather permitting, breakfast can be eaten outside in the garden. What was less helpful about the very obvious conference centre purpose was the situation about evening meals. For the first four evenings of my stay, I ate in the restaurant. Choice was a bit limited, but the food was tasty and served by a friendly waiter. On the fifth night, a Sunday, I cheerfully set off to the restaurant, only to find it closed. Not only is it always closed on Sundays, it was now closed for a summer break until 28 August! This is NOT notified on the web site, nor any any notice displayed in the building. This may make perfect sense for a conference centre in a period when nobody is arranging conferences, but is awkward for holiday accommodation. The building is in a quiet area, but is served by buses on neighbouring streets. Brescia's complex one-way system means that, for example, the 12 from the station stops one street away at the front, but the bus going towards the station stops a couple of streets to the rear. It is only about 5 minutes' walk to the biggest cultural site of the city, the Santa Giulia Museum, and other places of interest are within walking distance. Staff were invariably friendly and helpful. Incidentally, if you are going by car, booking directly with the institutions gets free parking in a safe, enclosed yard.
      FromUS$79
      4.6/5Outstanding63 Reviews
      0.85km from downtown
      The hotel is located on the nearby road to the centre, so comfortable to visit the city, walking. The informal and tendency-based environment has been voted on the modern approach to the offer of services. The room is not very large and has essential furniture that is comfortable for one night. Clean room. Adequate and clean bathroom.
      FromUS$58
      4.1/5Very Good128 Reviews
      1.46km from downtown
      The hotel location is excellent, two minute walk from train station. During our stay the A/C of the rooms was off, kinda strange giving that the lobby’s and common areas was working and the staff told us that it wasn’t working at all. Anyway, keep it in mind and ask if your planning to stay in summertime, the rooms get really hot.
      FromUS$65
      4.3/5Excellent100 Reviews
      1.56km from downtown
      Property Location A stay at Hotel Ambasciatori places you in the heart of Brescia, convenient to University of Brescia and Brescia Castle. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Santa Giulia Museum and Piazza della Loggia.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 66 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature bidets and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as a fitness center or take in the view from a garden. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and shopping on site.Dining Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Brescia? This hotel has 3444 square feet (320 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
      FromUS$112
      4.3/5Excellent111 Reviews
      2.13km from downtown
      This is good value for money! But remember, there is no punishment for looking around! There are many good restaurants around.
      FromUS$81
      4.3/5Excellent102 Reviews
      1.48km from downtown
      When you go through, you can book directly, and occasionally stay for one night, you can only say the standard of Novotel.
      FromUS$79
      3.7/536 Reviews
      1.94km from downtown
      Hotel Leonardo is located a few minutes’ drive from Brescia's centre, and in front of the city hospital. There is free Wi-Fi and free on site parking. Rooms all have private bathrooms and are equipped with satellite TV and air conditioning. Self catering apartments are also available. The Hotel is easily reachable both from the highway exits Brescia Centro and Brescia Ovest, following directions to the hospital. It is also well served by public transport.
      FromUS$64

      Hotels Near La Bicicletta In Brescia Review

      4.1/5128 Reviews
      The hotel location is excellent, two minute walk from train station. During our stay the A/C of the rooms was off, kinda strange giving that the lobby’s and common areas was working and the staff told us that it wasn’t working at all. Anyway, keep it in mind and ask if your planning to stay in summertime, the rooms get really hot.
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      FromUS$65
      4.3/5111 Reviews
      This is good value for money! But remember, there is no punishment for looking around! There are many good restaurants around.
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      FromUS$81
      4.2/5109 Reviews
      The hotel is located in the heart of Brescia, about 20-30 minutes walk from the train station. If you don't have too much luggage, you can take a look. Although the hotel is old, it is very cultural and very quiet. It is a quiet place. The shopping around is very convenient, and there are also local cultural relics to visit. Breakfast is very rich You need to bring your own toothbrush, slippers can ask the front desk to ask for it, but you are absolutely right.
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      FromUS$84
      4.4/551 Reviews
      My wife and l stayed here for 3 nights. The staff where all very nice and helpful, 10 out of ten for the staff. We got a room on the 2nd floor and it was very nice and comfortable. There are a few negatives so, here we go. The fridge didn't work very well, which is due to only having electricity when the room is occupied, having to insert your key card to switch it on. The front of the property can be very busy and loud so, if your a light sleeper ask for a room at the back. All in all apart from the few negatives, we would deferentially stay here again. The breakfast was good and plenty full.
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      FromUS$75
      4.3/5100 Reviews
      Staying for 2 nights in early November, my visit to the Hotel Master in Brescia was a short by largely pleasant one. Located behind the castle (offering some nice views of it) the Master is around 10-15 minutes walk from the city's main centre and around a further 10 from the train station. Truth be told the location isn't really bad when you take into account there is a metro a short distance away and an Auchan supermarket very close by. The one downside is that to get to the centre you walk through a tunnel that runs through the hill the castle sits on, and said tunnel is quite long and rather bleak to look at. The actual hotel itself is very nice. Staff were friendly and welcoming, and despite reservations about my room being on the ground floor I soon discovered these to be unfounded. There is a relatively busy road runs outside but I genuinely didn't find it loud at all. Heat wasn't a problem as my heating was convenient to use and worked a treat (and there was a free pair of slippers in the wardrobe) I wouldn't say the room was massive but with 2 single beds joined together this dominated it. There was a desk, decent sized double wardrobe, minibar, safe and tv in the room, and a very spacious bathroom with a good, sizable shower and bidet. Room was clean and well maintained, and the tv, which came equipped with Sky Sports, helped relieve the only real problem with location - a lack of nearby bars. In the morning breakfast was pretty standard continental fare, with the slight bonus of scrambled egg and bacon. Suited my needs fine. There is also a bar, however this scarcely seemed to be staffed. Given that it lacked a tv I was content to grab a few beers from the Auchan and watch the football in my room anyway. Overall I was very taken with the hotel for my short stay in Brescia. Definitely recommend it and would gladly visit again
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      FromUS$66
      3.8/545 Reviews
      I stay in this hotel when I come to Brescia for work. I can't say much about the prices given that it pays the company, but look at them, they seem to me in line with what they offer. What I can say is that it is a pleasant place where anyone like me travels alone feels ”home”. Small but well furnished and clean rooms. The first breakfast served at the table with a dish that provides a little of this and a little of that (I imagine because of the covid because the saloon is not very large) and is abundant. The dinner is proposed with a half-pension menu, which includes two first and two seconds, or the card menu. I have always enjoyed the menu ”hotel” that is still varied and the dishes are excellent! So I imagine the menu on the card is definitely to try!!! Absolutely then a hotel that I would advise for who should come to Brescia by treating more days!
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      FromUS$51
      3.8/5103 Reviews
      In the last year, there have been about four times, there is accommodation for health reasons because it is very close to the hospital, very kind staff, patient and available. The rooms are comfortable and clean, the only time I had a ”problem” the lady that manages the rooms arrived in a few minutes, and breakfast is now quite good and pay very little. Even during the tail was good, all the things made individually to avoid any contamination. Only once I couldn't stay here and experience was catastrophic! I will not leave this hotel anymore
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      FromUS$62
      4.5/5100 Reviews
      I chose to stay at the Centro Paolo VI when I booked a trip to Italy at short notice, inspired by the good reviews on Trippadvisor. My experience was predominantly positive. Room was clean, with good air-conditioning. The furnishings were simple. The bed was, perhaps, a little too firm for my taste, and a bit low for a bloke with a bad knee. :-) Lighting in the bedroom might have been a bit brighter. The bathroom was clean, although, as mentioned by some other reviews, the shower was a bit tight. The building is a bit of a mixture. In part, it is a grand baroque palace, but other parts are much more functional. It has clearly been in institutional use for a long time. I gather that, before taking on its present function in 1975, it had been a seminary. It remains a church foundation, and functions mainly as a conference centre, offering meeting rooms for far more more people than it could accommodate overnight. Its lifts, as remarked in some less positive reviews, are decidedly old-fashioned but were perfectly adequate to get me and my luggage up and down, which is, after all, the only thing you need a lift to do. So far as food is concerned, breakfast was served in buffet style, with staff bringing coffee or tea to guests at their tables. Weather permitting, breakfast can be eaten outside in the garden. What was less helpful about the very obvious conference centre purpose was the situation about evening meals. For the first four evenings of my stay, I ate in the restaurant. Choice was a bit limited, but the food was tasty and served by a friendly waiter. On the fifth night, a Sunday, I cheerfully set off to the restaurant, only to find it closed. Not only is it always closed on Sundays, it was now closed for a summer break until 28 August! This is NOT notified on the web site, nor any any notice displayed in the building. This may make perfect sense for a conference centre in a period when nobody is arranging conferences, but is awkward for holiday accommodation. The building is in a quiet area, but is served by buses on neighbouring streets. Brescia's complex one-way system means that, for example, the 12 from the station stops one street away at the front, but the bus going towards the station stops a couple of streets to the rear. It is only about 5 minutes' walk to the biggest cultural site of the city, the Santa Giulia Museum, and other places of interest are within walking distance. Staff were invariably friendly and helpful. Incidentally, if you are going by car, booking directly with the institutions gets free parking in a safe, enclosed yard.
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      FromUS$79
      4.6/563 Reviews
      The hotel is located on the nearby road to the centre, so comfortable to visit the city, walking. The informal and tendency-based environment has been voted on the modern approach to the offer of services. The room is not very large and has essential furniture that is comfortable for one night. Clean room. Adequate and clean bathroom.
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      FromUS$58
      4.3/5102 Reviews
      When you go through, you can book directly, and occasionally stay for one night, you can only say the standard of Novotel.
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      FromUS$79