Welcome to San Marino
Contrada del Collegio, 3, San Marino, 47890 San Marino
Idyllically set just in the heart of the old town, Titano Hotel has been synonymous with tradition, hospitality and professionalism since 1894.
Skilled staff members welcome guests with the utmost courtesy and kindness, and always strive to make them spend unforgettable moments here while enjoying a unique atmosphere. They speak English, French, German and Spanish, and give guests the possibility to rediscover the fascination of the ancient Republic of San Marino. Hotel Titano San Marino proposes special tailor-made accommodation packages that are able to suit even guests’ most demanding requirements. It offers dedicated solutions for both couples, groups of friends and those interested in spending pleasant food and wine holidays across the interior of Romagna.
Dining options at the hotel include 2 restaurants along with a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply) and an Internet point is located on site. The staff can provide tour/ticket assistance, business services, and secretarial services. Additional amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, room service (during limited hours), and dry cleaning/laundry services. Guest parkingis available on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge).
Viale F. D'urbino 36 B, San Marino, 47890 San Marino
Featuring panoramic views of San Marino and Montefeltro countryside, Hotel Joli is just 300 metres from the entrance to the historical centre. It offers free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned rooms, and 2 restaurants.Rooms at the Joli offer a satellite TV, minibar and pink marble en suite bathroom. Some have a balcony with views of the town or the mountains of the Marche region.The Vecchia Stazione restaurant serves traditional Romagna cuisine on request, and the Antichi Orti serves pizza from a traditional wood-fired oven, and local specialities.The property is 100 metres from the main bus station and a car park where guests receive discounted rates. The famous La Rocca Guaita and La Cesta castles are a 20-minute walk from the hotel.
Dining options at this San Marino hotel include a restaurant, a coffee shop/café, and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfasteach morning. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. Business amenities at this 3-star property include a technology helpdesk and secretarial services. The staff can provide tour/ticket assistance and tour assistance. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, multilingual staff, and gift shops/newsstands. For a surcharge, guests have access to a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request). Onsite parking is offered for a surcharge.
Garden Village San Marino
Strada San Michele 50, San Marino, 47031 San Marino
Garden Village San Marino is surrounded by a green environment containing an outdoor pool with hydromassage corner. Various sport activities are available and all accommodation has free Wi-Fi.Each room and apartment comes with light colours and air conditioning. All accommodation is surrounded by olive groves and green areas.The property’s restaurant serves regional cuisine and pizzas and is open for lunch and dinner.Guests here will have a miniclub and an entertainment programme. Volleyball, football, tennis and basketball courts are also available.Garden Village is in front of a bus stop linking with the city centre and the train station.
Garden Village San Marino has an outdoor pool and a children’s pool. This San Marino hotel offers a restaurant, a poolside bar, and a bar/lounge. The staff can provide concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and tour assistance. Additional amenities include a library, multilingual staff, andgift shops/newsstands. Guest parking is complimentary.
In whatever part of this 61-sq km (24-sq mile) territory you go, in particular at the peak of its mountain, your gaze is lost over a unique, dazzling panorama: the fertile soils of Emilia Romagna and the soft rolling hills of the Marche and Montefeltro, and on to the placid Adriatic sea. The Sammarinese territory is made up of nine ancient citadels, including the capital, San Marino.
The tiny city holds a wealth of history, museums and priceless architectural monuments, while a wealth of assorted crafts and souvenirs provide a vast, pleasant shopping experience.
The origins of San Marino are based on the charming legend of Saint Marinus who founded the community and the republic, when, in AD301, he took refuge on Mount Titano.
Apart from the Vatican City, it is the only city-state that is completely surrounded by another country.