Hotels in Bari

Book hotels quickly and easily

All 33 hotels in Bari - starting at 61 €

Distance (linear)
  • 7.7 km
from 141.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 3.2 km
from 137.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 10.0 km
from 120.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 4.0 km
from 210.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.2 km
from 153.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.3 km
from 224.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
from 81.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.0 km
from 143.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 5.2 km
from 97.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.0 km
from 104.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.9 km
from 109.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 6.7 km
from 61.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 9.3 km
from 70.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 3.5 km
from 74.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.8 km
from 120.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.1 km
from 109.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.2 km
Distance (linear)
  • 1.4 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.7 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.4 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.1 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.7 km
Distance (linear)
  • 9.3 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.7 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.7 km

Bright and Bustling Bari

The bright and bustling port town of Bari is often overlooked by tourists seduced by its more conventional Italian neighbours, however dramatic improvements in tourist safety have resulted in a reform of Bari’s reputation, meaning the historic heritage and amazing architecture of the city are ready to be discovered by the intrepid traveller. Authentic Italian culture pulsates from the beautiful Old Town, in which crumbling churches and shady squares reign supreme.

The Venerable Vecchia Bari

The delightfully disorientating labyrinth of Vecchia Bari, the town’s venerable historical quarter, is a cultural tapestry consisting of authentic Italian life and grand ecclesiastical structure. Locals open their windows wide and make fresh pasta next to stunning structures such as the Basilica di San Nicolas, the opulent church housing the tomb of the eponymous saint. The saint’s body is reputed to exude holy oil, bottles of which can be bought in the neighbouring shop. Other arresting sights are the remarkable Romanesque Cattedrale di San Sabino and the imposing Castle Svevo, an opposing fortress located beside the gentle sea.

Coastal Culture

Boasting an enviable location on the seafront, the incredibly impressive Pinacoteca Provincale Gallery houses an exceptional assortment of paintings and sculptures, the earliest of which originates in the 11th century. Prominent artists featured are Luca Giordano and Giovanni Bellini. Paying homage to the town’s rich historical heritage is the Archaelogical Museum, exhibitions from which are displayed at the Palazzo Simi while the building endures renovation.

An Italian Embrace

The homely atmosphere, enticing aromas and rustic interior of Ristorante La Locanda di Federico are a warm, Italian embrace. Traditional homemade dishes abide to secret recipes passed down through generations, and perfected with fresh, flavoursome ingredients. Sample the freshly made tagiatelli smothered in a rich tomato ragout or opt for a wood fired pizza covered in tantalising toppings.(Piazza Mercantile, 63, 70122 Bari, Italy)

Star ratings are based on a self-evaluation by the hotel as well as the experiences of HOTEL INFO and HOTEL INFO customers. You can find details under terms and conditions and FAQs.

Clean & Safe Protocol

The continued health and safety of hotel guests is of the highest priority for hotels. Hotels with an inspection label have demonstrated enhanced protective measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 within their properties.

Expert Inspected
The hotel has been inspected by a third party expert in hygiene, cleanliness and disinfection.

Self Inspected
The hotel has undergone a self-inspection process on its enhanced protection measures.

More information