Bedrooms 40 Bedrooms
Beds 100 Beds
from £60.00 per night

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About Hotel San Pietro Palace - Finale Ligure in Finale Ligure

Hotel San Pietro Palace was built in the 17th century and one of the very first buildings built on the seafront in Finale Ligure. This stunning hotel was once a world famous Anchovy factory, now it's one of Finale Ligures best equipped MTB hotels for those riders looking for a touch of luxury and the perfect location for their Finale Ligure MTB holiday. 

The San Pietro Palace is located right on the seafront, you leave the hotel doors and walk 10 metres to the beach, to the right you walk 50 metres and you are in the very heart of Finale Ligure and the town square or Piazza which is full of bars, restaurants, shops and people. The location is unbeatable. 

This hotel has been set up to cater for mountain bikers on holiday in Finale Ligure very well, there is a secure, double locked bike room to the side of the hotel which has a private entrance and there is also a bike wash area that is well equipped. The bike store has a work stand and some basic tools along with a pump for all guests to use. 

Hotel San Pietro Palace has a mixture of rooms on offer with varying prices depending on the room you choose for your MTB holiday in Finale Ligure. There are double and twin rooms available with sea views or mountain views, there are family rooms and triples or quads also available. The hotel has a brilliant restaurant serving local dishes with local produce, the owner prides the hotel on the quality of their food so it's worth eating in one night. Breakfast is a continental affair with large choice of cereals, meat, cheese and salads. 

If you are looking for a high quality hotel with excellent MTB facilities in Finale Ligure located very close to the beach and all that the town has to offer look no further than the Hotel San Pietro Palace for that epic Mountain Bike holiday in Finale Ligure. 

Facilities

Balcony
Bike stand
Bike store
Bike wash
Central location
Parking
Sky TV
Wi-Fi

Booking and Availability

Below is an indication of prices for low to high season, eg March - June is Low and June - September is High. 

*Prices are per room per night*

Low season

Room Type Board - B&B Board - H/B
Single €102 N/A
Twin/Double €130 / €162 Sea View on request
Triple €195 on request
Quad €237 on request
Family N/A N/A

High Season

Room Type Board - B&B Board - H/B
Single €120 N/A
Twin/Double €215 / €240 Sea View on request
Triple €300 on request
Quad €372 on request
Family N/A N/A

 

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