- Jolly Hotel Parma (Parma)
Jolly Hotel Parma
country: Italy, city: Parma (Piazza della Pace)
Jolly Hotel Parma Jolly Hotel's privileged position, elegant style and convenient facilities make it an ideal place for both the business and leisure travellers visiting Parma.
The property is located in the city of Parma, just 200 metres from the Farnese Theatre, Pilotta Palace and the C.C.I.A.A. Congress Centre.
The hotel features 62 air-conditioned guestrooms that are well equipped with a host of in room amenities.
You can sip your favourite drink at the cocktail bar and dine at the in-house restaurant that serves a variety of delicacies.
The hotel offers a well-appointed and spacious meeting room that can accommodate up to 100 people for your seminars, meetings and other events. An ample parking space is also available at the premises.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Cocktail bar
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
- 500 metres to the railway station
Via Bodoni 3
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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