The prestigious Grand Hotel Majestic "già Baglioni" is located in the heart of Bologna near Piazza Maggiore on Via dell’ Indipendenza, the city's main street. The classic Italian style, elegance, and hospitality blends with modern amenities and an ideal location for the quintessential Italian holiday.

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Set on a promontory overlooking Lake Maggiore, the Grand Hotel Majestic dates back to the 18th century. Its opulent interiors of marble floors, Doric columns, and antique furnishings, coupled with an attentive staff, make it the most luxurious hotel in Bologna. It is a destination unto itself with an impressive art collection and centuries-old, museum-worthy frescoes depicting events from European history.

Antique furniture and modern amenities coincide in the 106 rooms and suites of the Grand Hotel Majestic. Decorated in Italian and French classical styles, the rooms are elegant, with Murano glass chandeliers, silk drapes, fine wood furniture, and spacious bathrooms. The hotel’s suites are some of the most luxurious in the city, drawing inspiration from famous Italian artists. From your room, take in the magnificent view of spectacular Bologna.

The Grand Hotel Majestic is well-known for its I Carracci Restaurant, renowned both for the elegant frescoes adorning the ceilings and its traditional cuisine from the Emilia Romagna region. The Italian fresco masterpieces from the school of the Carracci brothers are among the highest expressions of the 15th-century painting and create an intimate dining atmosphere. A well-stocked cellar of fine Italian and foreign wines is the perfect complement to the regional menu.

The Health & Wellness Center at the Grand Hotel Majestic features a Turkish bath and sauna, state of the art gym equipment, and a spa for massages, facials, and body scrubs. Discover a garden situated next to the lake with a sandy beach out front. From there, you can go for a swim in the lake; if you prefer, there’s an indoor swimming pool too.

From the Grand Hotel Majestic, explore Piazza Maggiore; the Comunale Palace, home to a prestigious collection of paintings, sculptures, and furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries; the Basilica of Saint Petronius; and the famous Due Torri.

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