Queen sized bed- Grand Hotel Portovenere

Double Classic

Overlooking the internal courtyard, the Double Classic rooms are particularly peaceful and quiet. Their furniture is practical and welcoming. 

From the rooms, which are located throughout the hotel, you can admire four large trees that are placed inside contemporary vases in the courtyard, echoing the ancient cloisters of the monks. With their scent and colorful berries, these false pepper trees (Schinus mollis) are linked to the theme of the vegetable gardens and the Grand Hotel’s kitchen.

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