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Hotel Rossi Domagnano
Hotel Rossi Domagnano Star Rating 3        
Via 25 Marzo, 13

This straightforward hotel on a main road heading out of the city is 4.5 km from the Palazzo Pubblico and the Basilica di San Marino.Rooms with low-key contemporary decor and parquet floors include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Residence Garden
Residence Garden Star Rating 3        
Strada San Michele, 50 Borgo Maggiore

This relaxed resort, in landscaped gardens, is 7 km from both the 19th-century Basilica di San Marino and Guaita peak.The bright chalets include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded chalets add kitchenettes and bedrooms.
Grand Hotel San Marino
Grand Hotel San Marino Star Rating 4        
Viale Antonio Onofri 31

This refined hotel, overlooking the Montefeltro valley, is a 6-minute walk from the Basilica di San Marino, 1 km from Guaita peak and 23 km from the Forte di San Leo castle.Sophisticated rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded quarters add balconies with mountain/valley views.
Hotel Ristorante Cesare
Hotel Ristorante Cesare Star Rating 4        
Via Salita alla Rocca 7

Set on peak overlooking the city, this relaxed hotel in a stone building is 3 minutes' walk from the Guaita Fortress and 4 minutes' walk from the Sammarinese Museum of Ancient Arms.The cozy rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars; some feature rustic touches such as wood furnishings and/or exposed stone walls. Upgraded rooms add balconies, whirlpool baths and/or views of the fortress.
Hotel Crocenzi Borgo Maggiore
Hotel Crocenzi Borgo Maggiore Star Rating 3        
Via XXVIII Luglio 175

Set on a hillside overlooking the town and countryside, this modest hotel is 6 km from both Monte Titano and Sammarinese Museum of Ancient Arms, and Basilica di San Marino.Featuring simple furnishings, the casual rooms offer free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibars, in addition to balconies with countryside views. Room service is provided.
Hotel Il Monte Dogana
Hotel Il Monte Dogana Star Rating 3        
Via Quattro Giugno, 2

Set on a hill crest overlooking a green valley, this eclectic, relaxed hotel is 7 km from the neoclassical Basilica di San Marino church, the Palazzo Pubblico and Monte Titano, which dominates this tiny nation.Colorful rooms feature contemporary furnishings and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms include kitchenettes, balconies and countryside views.
Hotel Ristorante Rosa
Hotel Ristorante Rosa Star Rating 3        
Via lapicida Marini, 23

Set at the foot of Guaita peak in a quaint, ivory stone building, this charming, family-run B&B, open since 1965, is a 4-minute walk from the Three Towers of San Marino, and a 6-minute walk from both the Basilica di San Marino and the Palazzo Pubblico.Warm, contemporary rooms with private bathrooms feature hardwood floors and simple furnishings. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, minifridges and air-conditioning.
Best Western Palace Hotel San Marino
Best Western Palace Hotel San Marino Star Rating 4        
Via 5 Febbraio

Overlooking the River Ness and a 9.2-km drive from Città di San Marino, this classic hotel is a 9.5-km drive from Monte Titano, the highest peak in San Marino.
Hotel Sanmarino iDesign
Hotel Sanmarino iDesign Star Rating 4        
Via del Serrone 124

On the outskirts of Città di San Marino, this contemporary, art-themed hotel is 2 km from both the neoclassical style Basilica di San Marino and Museo di criminologia medioevale e della Tortura.Sleek, modern rooms with globally themed artworks feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi; some have views of the Adriatic coast and San Marino.Complimentary perks include parking, plus breakfast served in the unfussy dining room.
Grand Hotel Primavera
Grand Hotel Primavera Star Rating 4        
Via Luigi Cibrario 22-24

Occupying a charming brick building, this cozy hotel is 3.7 km from Basilica di San Marino and Palazzo Pubblico, the town hall.The elegant rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
 
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The country's capital (pop. 4 600) also named San Marino sits on the western slope of the tri-peaked Mt. Titano. Cars are prohibited in the medieval town center but even if they weren't you'd want to explore the city by foot wandering along winding narrow streets lined with red-roofed stone houses medieval ramparts and somber fortresses. Sights include the Gothic Palazzo Publico and colorful fortress guards at Piazza della Liberta; the 14th-century church of San Francesco (which has paintings by Raphael Guercino and Bellini); and the Palazzo dei Valloni (museum art gallery and San Marino's national library). The Neoclassical Basilica di San Marino preserves the remains of the town's stonecutter saint. A path runs from the basilica to the fortresses on Mt. Titano which include the 13th-century Montale (the smallest); the 10th-century Rocca Guaita (a prison until the 1960s); and the 13th-century Cesta (on the highest of the three peaks) which houses a museum of arms dating from the Middle Ages. The path offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside and Adriatic Sea too. Excursions can be made to the villages of Serraville (castle) and Valdragone (convent and church).
 
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