A dream holiday
A hotel with high quality services, where truly marvellous days can be spent. In the Heart of Bologna, the hotel is located in front of the Municipal Theatre, the “Opera Theatre”, a few metres away from the Two Towers and Piazza Maggiore. Perfect starting point to discover this amazing and unique city.
25 Rooms & Suites
The Albergo Rossini 1936 features unique rooms, embellished with sophisticated furnishings. The rooms are divided into different types, in order to satisfy the needs of every client.
At breakfast, there is a fine selection of sweet and savoury pastries, together with home-made dishes.
In the City Center
The hotel is located in front of the Municipal Theatre, the "Opera Theatre" a few metres away from the Two Towers and Piazza Maggiore.
Bar & Lounge
The "Foyer Rossini 1936", fitted in a XIV Century room, is the ideal place to relax, near the fireplace, sipping digestifs and international liquors.
The concierge service is available for booking tickets for the Opera Theatre, museums, guided tours and the best restaurants.
100mb WiFi Internet connection.
Albergo Rossini 1936 collaborates with a nearby garage, 24-hour surveillance.
Small pets are welcome
Bring your friends with you on holiday, they are welcome here!
Breakfast is served at the "Foyer Rossini 1936", inside a room dating back to the XIV century. A’ la carte or buffet you can choose amongst a fine selection of sweet and savory pastries.
In the morning we serve coffee with Italian blend, cappuccino, tea, rice milk, soy milk together with fresh juices and freshly squeezed juices.
The Opera Theatre of Bologna
The Municipal Theater was built by Antonio Galli da Bibbiena. After the fire in February 1745 that destroyed the Malvezzi Theatre, the city promoted the construction of a new one, first named the "Public Theater". The first example of an opera house built with public funds and rented by the municipality.
Built on a project by Antonio Galli da Bibbiena, the theatre was inaugurated on May 14, 1763 with the opera Gluck's Il trionfo di Clelia, written just for the occasion. In the nineteenth century twenty works by Gioacchino Rossini rapresented, while seven of the ten works by Vincenzo Bellini were represented there in the 1930s.