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I PORTICI

Bologna City | Hotel | Restaurants

The hotel provides a pleasant break from the rest of historic Bologna. The interior is modern yet not stark and bland, and hidden inside is one of Bologna's most promising restaurants.

 

"I Portici" Restaurant is the highest rated restaurant in Bologna according to the Michelin Guide, and just short of a star rating (something that Managing Director Riccardo Bacchi Reggiani says is definitely a objective and he hopes to achieve this year coming).

The restaurant boasts a beautiful room reminiscent of a theatre with a beautiful stage and a view through the cloister onto Via Indipendenza, in this theatre of food the Chef Guido H. Haverkock serves dishes with roots in traditional Bolognese cooking with a modern twist, like his lasagna with rabbit and olive ragout and oven baked red onion.

 

Director Riccardo Bacchi Reggiani is Bolognese of origin and like so many Bolognese residents is still fascinated by the city and what it has to offer and in turn is the city's greatest advocate. How perfect that he should provide such beautiful accommodation for visitors in the city he loves.

The staff very pleasant and quick to satisfy any costumers request.

 

Situated on the main street of Bologna (Via Indipendenza) "I Portici Hotel" is in such a perfect position for the culture hungry tourist, 5 minutes from the train station and 8 minutes from the centre of the city the hotel is the perfect starting point for any outing. 

 

The Restaurant is open only in the evening and with only 30 covers reservation is highly recommended and worthwhile. 

 

 

 

"I Portici" Hotel & Restaurant

Via Indipendenza 69

Tel: +39 05142185

http://www.iporticihotel.com

 

 

 

 

Address
Corso Indipendenza 69
Phone
+39 05142185
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