The Agnello d'Oro is a lovely hotel located in an ancient and picturesque alley in the historic center of Genoa. The construction of Vico delle Monachette, where the property is located, dates back to 1580 and originally hosted the convent of the Teresiane Scalze. The building still preserves the structure of the ancient convent, with the original large windows that look onto the courtyard and a section of external frame of 5 feet (1.5 meters). The original construction was modified by the noble lady Maddalena Centuriona in 1840, to create a school that remained open until 1849. Today, fully refurbished, the property still feels like an old inn, but with pleasant and luminous rooms and modern furnishings. From the windows in the attic, guests can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the historic center and ancient port.
It was close to the train station.
Can't believe the price for what you get. SMALL room, very outdated furniture and fixtures. Two twin beds pushed together but they were different heights so didn't really make a double bed. I've stayed in hostels in developing countries that were nicer and more modern than this place.
Great breakfast, safe parking, huge room
Beautiful hotel built in the 1500's. Awesome staff, Gino the night deskman was the greatest. We had family staying at the Jolly for 3x as much, and we had a much bigger and cleaner room on a super quiet street close to everything.
The breakfast had excellent variety and quality. The hotel was very well located for our use - close to the train station and the musuems.
Breakfast very good, bed very comfortable. Air conditioning good. Location close to train station good.
Bathroom dated and no shower curtain, no drain to bathroom floor.
Two-room suite with two bathrooms. Hotel has its own car park. Staff were friendly and helpful - we slept well past "official" breakfast time but they served us all the same.