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Via Costaguta 12 -16035,Rapallo (GE)

Hotel Villa Luisa 

Golfo del Tigullio


Hotel Villa Luisa offers a refined atmosphere and a warm welcome in a quite, central area a few steps from the seaside and the harbour of Rapallo.

For its climate and its geographic position, Liguria is the ideal location for a pleasant stay throughout the year.

The hotel's flowery garden is ideal to relax, and the comfortable rooms offer a cosy retreat.



Each room is unique and different from others, but in all the guest will find all the necessary services for a comfortable vacation.




Italian buffet enriched by the typical Genoese focaccia and espresso coffee service

Free Wifi

WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.


Relax in quiet garden, away from traffic noise


Pets are allowed

Hot tub

For a pleasant moment of tranquility

Other Services

Luggage storage,​24-hour front desk





The Castle of Rapallo

Rapallo castle is the main symbol of the town and it has been declared as a national monument by the Cultural Ministry. It' t was built after an incursion by the Turkish pirate Dragut in 1549

Monastery of Valle Christi

Located between the hills surrounding Rapallo, in the hamlet of San Massimo, less than three kilometers from the seafront, the ruins of the Monastery of Valle Christi are one of the most picturesque of the city.


The fishing village of Portofino on the Italian Riviera is known as a resort of the rich and famous. In addition to the clear green waters around Portofino which are home to a vast array of marine life, a castle sits atop the hill overlooking the village.

Cinque Terre

The Italian Riviera is not short of rugged coastline or romantic towns and villages, but the five fishing communities of the Cinque Terre are its most iconic highlight.

The Sanctuary of Montallegro

It is the Shrine of Rapallesi and one of the most important Marian places in Liguria. It was built to celebrate the apparition of the Virgin Mary to the peasant Giovanni Chichizola on July 2, 1557 on the ridge of what until then had been called Mons Leti,  and then Montallegro.

The Abbey of San Fruttuoso

The Abbey of San Fruttuoso of Capodimonte faces this luminous sea. Built by Greek monks in the 10th century, it was rebuilt after one hundred years and renovated over and over until the 16th century.


The room was spotless, comfortable bed, all staff exceedingly helpful and friendly. The breakfast was superb, no problem with any special needs. Would highly recommend, and definitely return.

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