Via Pantoli, 14
Beautiful apartment in a residential area
Equipped with all comforts, it is designed to be an environment as refined as it is hospitable for those who want to reside in Forlì for holidays or for work.

The refinement and elegance of the decorations give a pleasant atmosphere and immediately project the guest into a feeling of "home".

The 64 sqm apartment enjoys large and bright spaces and consists of 2 bedrooms, double and twin with matching beds, bathroom, kitchen, living room and equipped terrace available for guests. Wall colors and the well-studied compositions of objects will make your stay pleasant.

It is air-conditioned with autonomous heating and air conditioning, and equipped with all useful accessories, including Wifi and TV.

The kitchen is equipped with everything you need: fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave and toaster.

The bedrooms have spacious wardrobes and a choice of pillows.

The bathroom has a shower, bidet, washing machine, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.

Where we are:
The accommodation is located on the second floor of a building in a very quiet area on the outskirts, not far from the exit of the new ring road and just 2 km from the university center and 3 km from the airport.

It is a district of Forlì that was entitled, immediately after 1926, to the great event constituted by the polar crossing, made in 1926 by Amundsen and Nobile on the Norge airship, giving it the name of Baia del Re, from King's Bay to the Svalbard islands, from where the expedition had left. The name of the district subsequently disappeared from official documents, but it remained in the memory of the Forlì population who continued to call the small settlement between Viale Spazzoli, Viale Roma and the dartboard with the name of “Baia del Re”.

Forlì, "e zitadòn", has many things to visit and there are many tourists who annually visit Romagna and what, for hundreds of years, was the most populous city in our beloved land. Churches, squares, museums: but also parks and architectural elements, without forgetting villas, palaces and fortresses that have made the history of the city.
Declared by the Innkeeper